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maamoul

 

In this final holiday baking class, participants will learn to make ma'amoul, beautiful semolina flour cookies filled with crushed nuts or dates. Ma'amoul are traditional treats for the holidays and can be served at holiday parties or given as gifts. Come celebrate the season and craft some beautiful holiday treats! 

TIME AND DATE
Saturday December 20, 2014
11:00am-2:00pm (3 hours)

 

 

Event date Saturday, 20 December 2014
Event End Date Saturday, 20 December 2014
Individual Price 33.00

Saturday, December 6th
12:00pm - 4:00pm
SOMA StrEat Food Park
428 11th St. San Francisco

 

On December 6th, 2014, six Wallenberg High School youth organizers will host their first December Hafle: Winter Treats & Arab Beats12:00-4:00pm, in SOMA Food Truck Park, featuring amazing Arab artists and performers including Remi Kanazi, DJ Emancipacion, Excentrik, and more. It is free, open to the community, and family-friendly! 

These six youth initiated an Arab Awareness and Education campaign five months ago, a project funded through the Youth Empowerment Fund of San Francisco, to dispel stereotypes and anti-Arab Racism. They set up a website, http://www.truearabs6.net/, highlighting youth in their community, and this is their culminating project. Join us as we celebrate the season with fun for the whole family! 

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RSVP on Eventbrite

Event date Saturday, 06 December 2014
Event End Date Saturday, 06 December 2014

Join the Arab Cultural and Community Center and Friends of Wadi Foquin for a special talk with Ahmad Sokar, Mayor of Palestinian village Wadi Foquin on Wednesday November 19 at 7pm at the ACCC.

On August 31, 2014 Israel issued land confiscation orders annexing 1000 acres of Palestinian land in the West Bethlehem district of the West Bank for expansion of settlement development. Directly impacted is the village of Wadi Foquin. Ahmad Sokar, Mayor of Wadi Foquin, will share with us the resolve to retain the rights to their land and life in their historic homeland.

Event date Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Event End Date Wednesday, 19 November 2014

birds

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

7:00pm

ACCC

Join the Arab Cultural & Community Center for a Film Screening and Discussion of Where Should the Birds Fly? as a part of our Palestine film screening series on Saturday, November 15 at 7:00pm.

Where Should the Birds Fly? documents the separate stories and shared experience of two women in Gaza. It opens by briefly introducing us two the two major characters -- Mona Al Samouni and Fida Qishta. Mona Al Samouni is an 11 year old girl whose family died when her home was hit by Israeli rockets during Operation Cast Lead. Fida Qishta, the filmmaker, is a Gazan videographer, teacher, and human rights worker. Born and raised in Rafah, Gaza, she began her filmmaking career as a wedding videographer and soon moved on to working with international human rights observers in Gaza, documenting day to day life under siege.

Event date Saturday, 15 November 2014
Event End Date Saturday, 15 November 2014
Children's Dabkeh at the Arab Cultural and Community Center
ABOUT 

In this class series, children and youth will learn about the history, origins, and cultural significance of the popular and folkloric dance of the Arab Levant - the dabkeh - and practice the basic steps and choreography! 

DATES AND TIMES

Saturdays (September 20 - December 13, 2014)
10:00am-11:00am (60 mins) 
*No class on November 29

PRICE LIST

$12/class
$10/class for ACCC Members*
$90/10 class pack, valid for ACCC Members only

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


OUR INSTRUCTOR: Jehad Alshamarkheh


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be between the ages of 5 and 12 and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Event date Saturday, 01 November 2014
Event End Date Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Individual Price 12.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level II
Adult Arabic Class - Level II
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level II is designed for intermediate-level students with elementary Arabic reading, writing, and/or speaking skills.

DATES AND TIMES

Thursdays(September 25 - December 18, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 27

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions for Non-members
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Thursday, 30 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Oud Classes at the Arab Cultural and Community Center

ABOUT

In this class, students will be trained on the techniques of playing the oud - the heart and soul of classical Arabic music. Beginners welcome! Participants must provide their own instrument.

DATES AND TIMES

Wednesdays (September 24 - December 17, 2014)
6:00pm-7:00pm (60 mins) 
*No class on November 26

PRICE LIST 

$216/12 sessions 
$180/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member

OUR INSTRUCTOR: Fatima Zohra Lahlou

Born and raised in Fez, Morocco, Ms. Lahlou grew up in the musical traditions of Morocco. At the age of 15 she began her musical training under Haj Mohammed Bennis, a leading singer of religious music in Morocco. During this time, she began training at the Fez Conservatory of Music. She excelled as a vocalist in the Arab Andalusia Musical tradition; she had performed at over 200 festivals and in 2008 was commissioned to perform at a celebration of the 1200-year anniversary of the city Fez, launching her international career. She has since performed as the soloist for the Ensemble Rhoum Al bakkali in France, Switzerland, Spain, Indonesia, and in the UAE. She recently immigrated to the US to continue to use her musical talents for cultural ambassadorship. 



ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the entire 12-session course series and must pay in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Event End Date Friday, 30 November 2018
Individual Price 216.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level I
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level I is designed for beginning-level students with little to no knowledge of Arabic.

DATES AND TIMES

Tuesdays (September 23 - December 16, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 25

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Tuesday, 28 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level II
Adult Arabic Class - Level II
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level II is designed for intermediate-level students with elementary Arabic reading, writing, and/or speaking skills.

DATES AND TIMES

Thursdays(September 25 - December 18, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 27

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions for Non-members
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Thursday, 23 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level II

Adult Arabic Class - Level II
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level II is designed for intermediate-level students with elementary Arabic reading, writing, and/or speaking skills.

DATES AND TIMES

Thursdays(September 25 - December 18, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 27

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions for Non-members
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member




ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Thursday, 23 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Oud Classes at the Arab Cultural and Community Center

ABOUT

In this class, students will be trained on the techniques of playing the oud - the heart and soul of classical Arabic music. Beginners welcome! Participants must provide their own instrument.

DATES AND TIMES

Wednesdays (September 24 - December 17, 2014)
6:00pm-7:00pm (60 mins) 
*No class on November 26

PRICE LIST 

$216/12 sessions 
$180/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member

OUR INSTRUCTOR: Fatima Zohra Lahlou

Born and raised in Fez, Morocco, Ms. Lahlou grew up in the musical traditions of Morocco. At the age of 15 she began her musical training under Haj Mohammed Bennis, a leading singer of religious music in Morocco. During this time, she began training at the Fez Conservatory of Music. She excelled as a vocalist in the Arab Andalusia Musical tradition; she had performed at over 200 festivals and in 2008 was commissioned to perform at a celebration of the 1200-year anniversary of the city Fez, launching her international career. She has since performed as the soloist for the Ensemble Rhoum Al bakkali in France, Switzerland, Spain, Indonesia, and in the UAE. She recently immigrated to the US to continue to use her musical talents for cultural ambassadorship. 



ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the entire 12-session course series and must pay in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Event End Date Friday, 30 November 2018
Individual Price 216.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level I
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level I is designed for beginning-level students with little to no knowledge of Arabic.

DATES AND TIMES

Tuesdays (September 23 - December 16, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 25

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Tuesday, 21 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Children's Dabkeh at the Arab Cultural and Community Center

ABOUT 

In this class series, children and youth will learn about the history, origins, and cultural significance of the popular and folkloric dance of the Arab Levant - the dabkeh - and practice the basic steps and choreography! 

DATES AND TIMES

Saturdays (September 20 - December 13, 2014)
10:00am-11:00am (60 mins) 
*No class on November 29

PRICE LIST

$12/class
$10/class for ACCC Members*
$90/10 class pack, valid for ACCC Members only

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


OUR INSTRUCTOR: Jehad Alshamarkheh


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be between the ages of 5 and 12 and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Event date Saturday, 18 October 2014
Event End Date Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Individual Price 12.00
Dabkeh at the Arab Cultural and Community Center
ABOUT 

For those who have always wanted to learn the steps of the popular and folkloric dance of the Levant - this class is for you! Join our dabkeh class series to learn about the history, origins, and cultural significance of the dabkeh and learn basic steps and choreography so you'll be ready to join in at the next wedding or cultural event.

DATES AND TIMES

Fridays(September 26 - December 12, 2014)
6:00pm-7:30pm (90 mins) 
*No class on November 28

PRICE LIST

$12/class
$10/class for ACCC Members*
$90/10 class pack, valid for ACCC Members only

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member

OUR INSTRUCTOR: Jehad Alshamarkheh

ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Event date Friday, 17 October 2014
Individual Price 12.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level II

Adult Arabic Class - Level II
ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level II is designed for intermediate-level students with elementary Arabic reading, writing, and/or speaking skills.

DATES AND TIMES

Thursdays(September 25 - December 18, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 27

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions for Non-members
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member




ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Thursday, 16 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00

 

Mayor Edwin M. Lee
&
The Arab Cultural & Community Center
cordially invite you to join them at the 

Arab Heritage Month Reception
Thursday, October 16th, 2014 
5:30pm

The Rotunda
San Francisco City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102

Attire: Ethnic Festive

Please RSVP

Event date Thursday, 16 October 2014
Oud Classes at the Arab Cultural and Community Center

ABOUT

In this class, students will be trained on the techniques of playing the oud - the heart and soul of classical Arabic music. Beginners welcome! Participants must provide their own instrument.

DATES AND TIMES

Wednesdays (September 24 - December 17, 2014)
6:00pm-7:00pm (60 mins) 
*No class on November 26

PRICE LIST 

$216/12 sessions 
$180/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member

OUR INSTRUCTOR: Fatima Zohra Lahlou

Born and raised in Fez, Morocco, Ms. Lahlou grew up in the musical traditions of Morocco. At the age of 15 she began her musical training under Haj Mohammed Bennis, a leading singer of religious music in Morocco. During this time, she began training at the Fez Conservatory of Music. She excelled as a vocalist in the Arab Andalusia Musical tradition; she had performed at over 200 festivals and in 2008 was commissioned to perform at a celebration of the 1200-year anniversary of the city Fez, launching her international career. She has since performed as the soloist for the Ensemble Rhoum Al bakkali in France, Switzerland, Spain, Indonesia, and in the UAE. She recently immigrated to the US to continue to use her musical talents for cultural ambassadorship. 



ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the entire 12-session course series and must pay in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Event End Date Friday, 30 November 2018
Individual Price 216.00
Adult Arabic Class - Level I

ABOUT

The Adult Arabic class series is designed to offer Arabic language instruction to all community members wishing to increase their connection to and/or understanding of Arab culture and identity through learning the Arabic language. The dynamic and interactive course curriculum will use a mix of classical reading and writing in addition to colloquial and modern standard speaking. Level I is designed for beginning-level students with little to no knowledge of Arabic.

DATES AND TIMES

Tuesdays (September 23 - December 16, 2014)
7:00pm-9:00pm (2 hours) 
*No class on November 25

PRICE LIST 

$240/12 sessions
$200/12 sessions for ACCC Members*

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR: Manar Harb

Arabic is my native language. Influenced by my father, I began writing poetry at an early age. In Palestine, exposure to languages is common; before turning 12, I already had heard and had some practice in French, German, Hebrew and Spanish. Moving to the United States for the first time in 2002, experiences with words and expressions came differently when interacting with Americans. Later after completing my undergraduate studies, I return to my homeland. Noticing the difference in style when using language in the workplace pushed me into researching the origins of language. Winter of 2012, I moved to Oakland to pursue my studies and develop my career in art and writing. The quest continues.


Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member




ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Participants must register for the complete 12-session course series and payment is due in full by the third week of the course.

Event date Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Event End Date Monday, 30 November 2020
Individual Price 240.00
Arabic Cooking and Baking Series: Maza: A Taste of Arab Hospitality


In this series, participants will be invited on a hands-on culinary journey through the Arab world, discovering the history, culture, and science behind some of the Arab world's most essential dishes and seizing the opportunity to produce them with your own hands. From essential baking and hospitality in the Levant, to traditional Palestinian dishes, from the sweet and savory flavors of Morocco, to festive holiday treats, this class series will provide

After learning the essentials of bread making, in this class, participants will learn to make maza  a variety of shared appetizers served with bread at the beginning of a meal in the Levantine region, making up a core component of renowned Arab hospitality. Participants will learn how to make a variety of essential dishes, including hummos, mtabbal (also known as baba ghannoush), and falafel.

TIME AND DATE
Saturday October 11, 2014
11:00am-2:00pm (3 hours)

PRICE LIST
Single Session $33 ($15 Instruction fee + $15 supplies fee)
Single Session $30 ($15 Instruction fee + $15 supplies fee) for ACCC Members*

OUR INSTRUCTOR: Reem Assil

Reem is a Palestinian Syrian baker and social justice activist residing in Oakland, CA. After a decade of working as a community and labor organizer, Reem decided to pursue her passion in baking, working in dessert and pastry catering and as an owner and baker at one of the Bay Area's most esteemed cooperative bakeries, Arizmendi Bakery & Pizzeria. Her passion for food, culture and community has led her to Reem's, a bakery concept that celebrates Arab culture and cuisine through the provision of breads and pastries from the Levantine region of the Arab world. 


OTHER INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be 15 years of age or older and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Event date Saturday, 11 October 2014
Event End Date Saturday, 30 November 2013
Individual Price 33.00
Children's Dabkeh at the Arab Cultural and Community Center

ABOUT 

In this class series, children and youth will learn about the history, origins, and cultural significance of the popular and folkloric dance of the Arab Levant - the dabkeh - and practice the basic steps and choreography! 

DATES AND TIMES

Saturdays (September 20 - December 13, 2014)
10:00am-11:00am (60 mins) 
*No class on November 29

PRICE LIST

$12/class
$10/class for ACCC Members*
$90/10 class pack, valid for ACCC Members only

Not an ACCC member? Sign up today to take advantage of class discounts and other member benefits at http://arabculturalcenter.org/index.php/become-a-member


OUR INSTRUCTOR: Jehad Alshamarkheh


ADDITIONAL INFO

*ACCC member rates valid for members with a current 2014 ACCC membership. Annual membership expires Dec. 31st of each year.

Must be between the ages of 5 and 12 and minors are to be accompanied by a parent unless otherwise approved by instructor.

Event date Saturday, 11 October 2014
Event End Date Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Individual Price 12.00