This workshop will equip children with the tools they need to successfully walk away safely from bullies.
Revolt! Resist! Restore! The Gal Guide for Reclaiming Her Power, Self-Esteem, & Confidence presented by Jehan Cicely
This class will explore how using intention + intuition to create guidelines, maintain boundaries, and repair your internal space will open the door to reclaiming your power, self-esteem and confidence as a woman.
Many foods serve as natural remedies for risk reduction and healing diseases. See what foods you can incorporate into your diet to decrease your risks or naturally heal common ailments.
Attend this workshop to learn approaches to enhance sleep and rejuvenation. Sleep preparation, environment, sleeping surfaces, exercise, mental engagement along with approaches to enhance relaxing the mind are all offered.
Want to write daring poems and learn to perform them in front of a cheering crowd? Explore the exciting art of performance poetry with local professional poets!
Join us as we share the stories of the African American Heritage Seed Collection and discuss how to find and grow these special varieties in your desert garden.
A discussion with Debi Chess, the UA School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Community Impact Fellow at the Dunbar Pavilion about how recognition and historic preservation of a space can transform both an organization and the neighborhood in which it resides.
The Dunbar Pavilion is recognized as a beacon for social and cultural enlightenment, educating, preserving and celebrating the rich history and culture of people of African descent while stimulating community collaboration that captures and continues our legacy.
Do retirement strategies differ for women? How do you determine your retirement needs and goal? Whether you have a lot of money or a little, what matters most is managing your money properly for financial stability. This programs are hosted by Kindred from the Pima County Public Library and hosted at The Dunbar Pavilion.
Ain’t I A Woman? How to Thrive When Black Girl Magic Doesn’t Seem to Be Enough presented by Jehan Cicely
Learn how to garden from the experts. Small space or large, the team will show you the proper equipment to make sure your garden thrives.
Strategies for Families to Deal with Conflict presented by Christina Medvescek from Our Family Services
Every household experiences conflict between family members. Learn five key strategies to resolve conflict.
Learn to be a Dj at the Dunbar Center.
Listen to a lively conversation and Q/A with artist Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers) and Community Impact Fellow, Debi Chess Mabie with an introduction by local historian Dr. Michael Engs.
Dr. Michael Engs will present on the history of the African/American Diaspora from South to North from the Caribbean and out of central Mexico including. Learn more about African/American explorers, soldiers and travelers in Spanish colonial America 1519-1780.