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DOCK CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Special Events at The Dock -Weekly/Monthly

  • Tuesday Poetry Night & Open Mic  8-10p $5 Cover
  •  Family Night (Monthly)
    • May 19 - Malcolm X Celebration, 7-9p
    • Jun 17 - Juneteenth Celebration, 4-6p
  • Night Women Book Club 1st Sat 3-5p  - June 3
  • Sankofa Sundays
    • Sunday African Drum and Dance Class
    • 1st Sunday  4-6p Africa Presence in the Bible - Jun 4 (No Session in May)
    • 2nd Sunday 4-6p African Spirituality - Jun 11 (No Session in May)
    • 3rd Sunday  4-6p Supreme Science - May 21
    • 4th Sunday 2-4p Meditation Sunday - (No Session in May)
And More:
May 12-14 - Mother's Day Sale - Special: 4 Bottles of Oils with Gift Box for $15
Fri. May 19 - Malcolm X Birthday Celebration Family Night, 7-9p
Sat. May 20 - Dock's Day Party with Bedroom Kandi 2-4p JaQuavis Coleman 4-6p
Sat. May 20 - JaQuavis Coleman - Conversation & Book Signing, 4-6p
Sat. May 20 - Damaged "For Brothas Only"  7:30-9:30p
Sat. June 3 - Remembering Black Wall Street, 6-8p
 

Dock in Community

  • Sat. Dec. 16 - Kwanzaa Fort Worth, 12-4p Austin Event Center in Fort Worth

 

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Fort Worth Slams Presents
LIFE OF A SIDE CHICK: A Spoken Word Conversation
Saturday, June 3rd 7:30-9:30 PM @The Dock
$5 Admission/Donation
The Life Of A Side Chick Spokenword Competition & Creative Conversation. Coordinated by Mike Guinn Entertainment. THIS AIN'T CHA USUAL PERFORMANCE PLATFORM! This event uses high-powered and very sincere poetry to create conversation.
 
DOCK IN THE COMMUNITY
SankofaTalks: POWER OF EDUCATION
SATURDAY June 10, 2017 at  7 PM
@The Frederick Douglass Center, 616 W Kiest Blvd Dallas, TX 75224
Purchase Your Tickets From The Dock Bookshop & Support Literacy
Proceeds go towards Family Night!  Click to View E-blast & Purchase Tickets
The Power of Education W/GUEST Alfred Coach Powell, Jamie Jenkins, Nia Maat Khepera & Best Selling author & Hidden Colors 4 feature, Dennis Kimbro
Discussing: The ideologies from the talented 10, WEB Dubois to Booker T Washington and the Father of Black History and author of Mis-education of the Negro, Carter G Woodson. How do we adapt the information delivered  by the The Greats in the 20th Century into the 21st Century.   

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