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Destiny Arts Center presents Love in Action 

Sat., Dec. 11, 7 p.m. 2010
Price: General Admission Tickets: $3.00 - $20.00 sliding scale
Kids under 6 and under FREE
No one turned away for lack of funds
Destiny Arts Center presents...
Love in Action
Annual Winter Celebration Recital

Featuring dynamic dance, theater and martial arts performances by students from Destiny Arts Center center-based and Project DESTINY school-based programs.

For information please call 510-597-1619 or go to www.destinyarts.org.

Destiny Arts Center is an Oakland-based nonprofit violence prevention and arts education organizatiohn that has been serving youth for over 22 years through after-school, weekend and summer programs in dance, theater, martial arts, self-defense, conflict resolution, performance and youth leadership at an Oakland community center and in up to 35 East Bay public schools annually.


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