The 2013 gathering takes place Saturday, April 20, 2013, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Geechee Kunda is one of the most impactful and meaningful cultural education facilities to be found anywhere, a true lifetime experience.
Geechee Kunda was created as our means of contributing to efforts to preserve and perpetuate the knowledge of important elements of African Culture that exists in the United States.
In addition to permanent and rotating exhibits, the year-round program of activities includes classes, workshops, demonstrations, and lectures covering a broad spectrum of traditional and innovative subjects allowing all to explore
various aspects of continental and diaspora African culture.
Because of our beautiful location, Geechee Kunda has become a favorite venue for assorted activities, including reunions, weddings, meetings, think tanks, rites of passage, etc. Others come to shop and browse our gallery and gift shop which stock a wide range of merchandise (books, textile, artifacts, crafts etc).
The artifacts from Africa and this area on display here are incredible - some dating back to the 1700s, including authentic Slavery artifacts, Geechee relics, and Jim Crow memorabilia.