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Open Circle LLC

Kuimba Boston, Director, Open Circle
Titusville's Open Circle Facebook Page.

Created in 2015, Open Circle LLC is a cultural activities center based in Brevard County. Its purpose is to introduce and share ways and ideas which will lead to the "re-connection" of members of the African diaspora to the motherland, allowing them to thrive.

Its mission is achieved through on-going study, research, instructor and artist invitation, workshops, projects and performance. For more information, visit


Announcing the 1st Annual Kwanzaa
in North Brevard

Open Circle (a cultural activities center) is set to launch its 1st Annual Kwanzaa in North Brevard, in Titusville, Florida. Activities will take place during the week of December 26, 2018 - January 1, 2019. All events will be at the Titusville Adult Social Center (Formerly the North Brevard Senior Center) located at 909 Lane Avenue in Titusville.

The Wolof of Senegal: Language and Culture Workshop
(featuring Guest Lecturer Mariame Sy of Columbia University)
December 28 from 6-8pm
Location: 909 Lane Avenue, Titusville*

West African Dance and Drum Class
December 29 from 12-2pm
Location: 909 Lane Avenue, Titusville*

Family Game Night
December 29 from 5-7pm
Location: 909 Lane Avenue, Titusville*

Daughters of the Dust (Film Viewing)
December 30 from 2-4pm
Location: 909 Lane Avenue, Titusville*

Unity Walk
January 1st from 7-9am -- Chain of Lakes Park.
Celebrate the last day of Kwanzaa and the first day of the year with a walk in the park.
Clear your mind and set goals.
Find an accountability partner for the year!

Click to Print & Share Kwanzaa in North Brevard Flyer.

Vending and sponsor opportunities are open to black-owned businesses and establishments
Detailed event and registration information is available at:
Contact Kuimba Boston with any questions at

* 909 Lane Avenue = Titusville Adult Social Center


Each of the seven days of Kwanzaa is dedicated to one of the following principles, as follows:
  • Umoja (Unity): To strive for and to maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
  • Kujichagulia (Self-Determination): To define and name ourselves, as well as to create and speak for ourselves.
  • Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility): To build and maintain our community together and make our brothers' and sisters' problems our problems and to solve them together.
  • Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics): To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together.
  • Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.
  • Kuumba (Creativity): To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
  • Imani (Faith): To believe with all our hearts in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.
Kwanzaa celebratory symbols include a mat (Mkeka) on which other symbols are placed: a Kinara (candle holder), Mishumaa Saba (seven candles), mazao (crops), Muhindi (corn), a Kikombe cha Umoja (unity cup) for commemorating and giving shukrani (thanks) to African Ancestors, and Zawadi (gifts).

Decembr 5, 2018