Join Harlem World Magazine’s Holiday Reading At Calabar Imports In Harlem

December 4, 2017

Mark your Calendars for Saturday, December 16, 2017! Harlem World Magazine, is the #1 source in the world for all things Harlem since 2003, presents a reading and discussion.

The event features:

  • Eartha Watts Hicks (Harlem World Magazine editor-in-chief and award-winning author/publisher of Love Changes),
  • Nigeria Lockley (Phyllis Wheatley award-winning author/publisher and talk show host), and
  • Michelle ‘Big Body’ Cottino (best-selling author, radio personality and brand ambassador).

HARLEM WORLD’S HOLIDAY READING and DISCUSSION

WHEN: Saturday, December 16, 6:00-8:00 pm
WHERE: Calabar Imports Harlem, 2504 Frederick Douglass Blvd. (at 134th St.), Harlem, NY 10030

This Reading/Discussion will be held at Calabar Imports Harlem, Harlem eclectic boutique space, showcasing fashion, arts, and accessories, created by artists an designers of the Africa diaspora, curated by Atim Annette Oton.

Admission $10.
Refreshments will be served.
Books will be available for sale.


Get Tickets Here

For information, questions, Open-Mic sign-up or to RSVP email to Earthatone@gmail.com.

A portion of the proceeds to benefit Harlem World Cares.

When giving this holiday season, consider supporting Harlem World Cares here


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