Special Events

"What's Your Story?" Workshop



(Hall of Culture, 3rd Floor)
Sat, Feb 1 -- Sun, Mar 16
Time: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Instructors:  Thomas Simpson and guest instructor

Black History Month ~ Community Prayer Breakfast

(Hall of Culture, 3rd Floor)
Fri, Feb 7
Time 9 a.m.

CELEBRATE WITH US!

Join the AAACC as we tap into our heritage through spirituality during Black History Month to jointly pray with our community for the needs of our community, nation, world and well-being while breaking bread together.   

Dance Out Diabetes, Featuring Belly Dancing



(Dance Studio A, 3rd Floor)
Sat, Feb 8
FEATURING: BELLY DANCING | Time: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Belly Dancing is a Western name for a traditional West Asian/Middle Eastern form of dance. Though the name of the dance refers to the abdominal area, hips sway, shoulder shake, and arms and hands move about in a fluid motion. This low-impact cardiovascular dance is a great way for everyone to strengthen muscles throughout the body!

Kae came to FatChanceBellyDance from Japan in 2007. She became a regular at FatChance classes, and in less than two years, she was invited to join the professional troupe. Since she began performing and teaching in 2009 she has enjoyed being part of the belly dancing community. Kae can't wait to share a fun, enriching class for all ages and abilities!

In Studio A. Free Parking! Please bring water.

4th Annual Black LGBT History Event and Awards Ceremony

(Buriel Clay Memorial Theater, 1st Floo)
Fri, Feb 21
Time: 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

This year we will Honor B. Cole of Brown Boi Project, City of Refuge (Bishop Flunder), and Miss Major Director of the Transgender Gender Variant Intersex Justice Project. Free food! Free entertainment! Free HIV/STD screenings!

LIVE, GROW, AND LEAVE A WALL STREET LEGACY



(Hall of Culture, 3rd Floor)
Wed, Feb 26
Time: 7 p.m.

Free community financial education event. Receive financial education that leads to asset accumulation right now!

Doors open at 6:30pm. Program with Seminar begins at 7:00pm

*Light Edibles Provided*

Advance Registration required for Seminar Materials

ONLINE: kgore@evelynconsults.com
IN PERSON: MARCUS BOOKS, 1712 Fillmore Street, San Francisco - AAACC- Lobby Front Desk - 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco

For more information, email kgore@evelynconsults.com.

AAACC And KQED Presents Black History Month Awardees - Special Screening of "A Lovely Day"



(Buriel Clay Memorial Theater, 1st Floo)
Thu, Feb 27

In 2009, Bay Area filmmaker Kerri Gawryn teamed up with Beats Rhymes and Life and Oakland High School's Fifth Element Hip Hop Club to shed light on how some young people in Oakland are finding uplifting ways to cope with adversity and build power through Hip Hop.

The film entitled, "A Lovely Day", presents the lives of a group of teens from BRL as they embark on a journey of self-discovery and self-empowerment. Set in the backdrop of Oakland, California, this independently produced film provides a touching reminder of the issues that many youth face every single day in urban settings across the country.