February 4 – Family Fun Night

Family Fun Night… in your living room!

Experience the joy, wonder and whimsy of the arts from home. This month our host-emcee Munit Mesfin welcomes Bomani Armah (Baba Bomani) for a celebration of Black History Month and the GREAT orator, writer, and abolitionist, Frederick Douglass.

Baba Bomani (a.k.a the Watermelon Man) uses hip-hop, poetry, and multi-media to bring history and ideas to life. He has been teaching and entertaining kids of all ages for more than 15 years in a fun, energetic, and interactive way that you DO NOT want to miss!

Aimed at preschoolers and families. Meets on the first Thursday of each month through June 2021!

And even though we’re not gathering at El Golfo Restaurant, consider ordering their take-out or home-delivery for the full Family Fun Night experience, and to support our event partner! Call 301-608-2121 or visit their website to order.

Visit Carpe Diem Arts’ website for instructions on how to participate.

DATE/TIME: Thursday, February 4, 2021, 6:30-7:00 pm
LOCATION: Your Living Room! Visit Carpe Diem Arts’ website for instructions on how to participate.
TICKETS: Please consider donating $5 or more to Carpe Diem Arts in support of our featured artists to help compensate for COVID-19 income losses.

Jump Start with the Arts is an early childhood arts enrichment program of Carpe Diem Arts that supports healthy and joyful social and cognitive development in the early stages of learning and provides preschool-age children with memorable, educational, developmentally appropriate, and culturally diverse experiences through the Arts.

Washington Revels is proud to collaborate on Carpe Diem’s Jump Start for the Arts, which is sponsored by the Finn Family Group, Washington Revels and Takoma Radio and co-hosted by the Takoma Children’s School and El Golfo Restaurant.