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Heritage Day

Date: September 29
Time: 10:00am
Location: Marion Square
Admission: Free

Head to Marion Square for a full day of activities celebrating African-American and Caribbean culture and heritage in the Lowcountry. Community cultural ambassadors will be on hand with information and programs. Performances during Heritage Day will feature the Royal Baptist Praise and Worship Choir at 10:30am, Youth on View Praise Dancers and will close with The Zandrina Dunning Experience featuring Black Noyze, Black Diamond, and Jeremy Nava starting at 1:00pm.

Activities for children, poetry readings, youth performances, and workshops are all on offer alongside a health fair with free screening and information at what promises to be a delightful day at the park.

One Day Junior Tennis Tournament

Recreation – One Day Junior Tennis Tournament
Date: Saturday, September 29th
Time: 10am-2:30pm
Venue: Charleston Tennis Center
Address: 19 Farmfield Avenue
Admission: Free
Coordinators: Carl Campbell and Peggy Bohne

This one-day tournament showcases youth from the Inner City Youth “Courting Kids” Tennis Program and other area programs. Trophies and refreshments will be available for participants. Entry deadline is Wednesday, September 26th. For More information call Peggy Bohne at the Charleston Tennis Center at (843) 766-7401.

West Ashley Farmers Market Celebrates MOJA

Date: Wednesday, October 3
Time: 3:00-7:00pm
Venue: Ackerman Park, 55 Sycamore Avenue
Admission:FREE

The West Ashley Farmers Market hosts an energetic afternoon of family-friendly MOJA programming and activities. This animated market features fresh goods from local farmers, growers and food concessionaires alongside live performances that celebrate African-American and Caribbean culture.

Charleston Boxing Club and Annual MOJA Cup

Date: Saturday, October 6
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Arthur Christopher Community Center
Address: 265 Fishburne Street
Admission: At the door; $15 Adults, $5 Students under 18, Free for children under 8
Coordinators: Al “Hollywood” Meggett and Osei Terry Chandler

A MOJA tradition, the Charleston Boxing Club Annual MOJA Cup highlights some of the region’s top all-star amateur boxers battling it out in their respective weight divisions. Participants weigh in between 2pm and 4pm. Tickets for the event are only available at the door. Bouts begin at 7pm.