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It's Christmas! Get Your Free Gifts of Inspiration for the Entire Family Today! Merry Christmas!!!
December 25, 2023

Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight ~ San Francisco ~ Dallas ~~~

Merry Christmas and you still have time to give a gift that keeps on giving.  It can fit under the Christmas Tree, but it goes beyond what money can buy!  It's Free and It's Inspiring.  You can't fit inspiration under a tree, but you can put a gift under the tree that gives inspiration and it's something money can't buy...Because It's Free!  Aren't they always the best gifts, the gifts that money can't buy. 

Get your reservations to an evening of inspiration at the Season of Black Art, January 12th.  Print out your reservation tickets for the entire family and put the gift under the tree.  There's still time!  It's a Free Gift that Will Inspire for times to come.  Start the New Year Off with the Power of Healing from the Arts at the next edition of Season of Black Art.  Free and Inspiring!  Get Your Free Tickets Today, Christmas! See details below!

Kind regards,

Jackie Wright, Wright Enterprises

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Season of Black Art

Dear Friends,

Hello! Seasons Greetings!

Looking for a last minute gift? Get tickets to an upcoming Season of Black Artevent.

Give the gift of celebrating Black art, artists and creatives with your friends, family and loved one. All events are FREE.

Get tickets to Celebrate Black Dance on January 13, 2024

Space is limited! Registration in advance is highly encouraged.

Thank you once again for your unwavering support! We hope to see you on January 13 to Celebrate Black Dance

Warm regards,

Melonie and Melorra Green

Co-Executive Directors

African American Art and Culture Complex

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