Gather with us at Penn Museum every Saturday to "Imagine Africa!" - See Events page!
KOTC Logo (C) 1996 Columbus Knox
Welcome to our events page where we gather, collaborate,
participate and give thanks to community organizations who are supporters and friends of Keepers Of The Culture.
"A single bracelet does not jingle"....Congolese Proverb
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
First Wednesdays 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
SATURDAYS - Keepers Of The Culture Storytellers @ 11 am & 3 pm
Come hear our finest storytellers from Keepers Of The Culture tell African folktales, songs and more!
Our Penn schedule! Bring the family! We hope to see your face in the place!
The show was a great success! Subscribe to Keepers Of The Culture Storytellers - You Tube Channel to be notified of upcoming video's.
September 21, 2019 - Saturday @ Historic Stenton House, Germantown, PA
We celebrate and welcome those who serve KOTC and continue to assist in our growth!
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK STORYTELLERS FESTIVAL & CONFERENCE
Theme: LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD!
November 6-10, 2019
The premier showcase & authentic voice of Black Storytelling!
Natural Hair, Wholistic Health & Beauty Expo
KEEPERS OF THE CULTURE STORYTELLING VILLAGE - OCTOBER 6, 2019 - Sunday @ 5:30pm
Come in be in our story, claim our glory with your children in tow, KOTC will put on a storytelling show!
Bring your drum, sing our song, we gonna be at our grand gathering of cultural consciousness all days strong!
JAMBO MAMA AFRICA!
"Stories from the Motherland"
OCTOBER 27, 2019
SUNDAY @ 2pm
Free Library of Philadelphia
19th & Arch Street, Philly
SUNDAY ON STAGE SERIES
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
See photo's on Program page
Visit our YOU TUBE channel for video's
POP UP STORYTELLING SHOW
August 6, 2019 - Tuesday @ 12 noon
Raindate: Wednesday, August 7, 2019
August 10, 2019 - Saturday @ 11AM
Raindate: August 17, 2019
Join us for a FREE storytelling concert in the heart of the City of Brotherly Love & Sisterly Affection - Philadelphia's
CITY HALL COURTYARD
AYA the Adinkra symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
The fern is a hardy plant that can grow in difficult places.
"An individual who wears this symbol suggests that he has endured
many adversities and outlasted much difficulty."
(Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary)
KOTC is a non-profit organization.Your generous tax-deductible donations will fund our mission.
Your contribution will also allow us to offer quality arts-in-education programs to under served schools and neighborhoods in Philadelphia and in the PA, NJ, DE tri-state area.
KOTC accept checks or money orders via KOTC P. O. Box 15083, Phila. PA 19130.
ALSO, for your convenience feel free to securely submit your credit or debit card for membership payments or a donation by clicking on the PAY PAL button below.
Asante Sana! - Thank you!
KEEPERS OF THE CULTURE, INC.
Philadelphia's Afrocentric Storytelling Group
P. O. BOX 15083
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Contact our president, Paul D. Best
Voicemail: 1-317-759-4732 / kotcPhilly@gmail.com
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"Telling Our Story, Claiming Our Glory"