The IRC in Boise invites you to celebrate Idaho Human Rights Day! Join us on Saturday, January 14th from 4pm to 7pm at JUMP and participate in a variety of classes led by refugee business owners and leaders throughout the Treasure Valley. This is a free event, welcome to all ages. We’re excited to share space and celebrate this important day!

Below we have a timeline of what this event will look like:

4:00 pm: Enter the venue, mingle, look at different tables we’ll have set up. Enjoy tea and get seated before the welcome event.
4:15 pm: Welcome guests and introduce community members! Hear from some of the IRC in Boise staff behind the mission of the event and importance of Idaho Human Rights day.
4:45 pm: Break off and head to workshop #1 of your choice. Your options will be:
           - Amina’s African Sambusas cooking demonstration: Follow along with Amina and her sons as they show you how to make some of their favorite dishes served in their restaurant.
          - Makata’s Dance Class: Learn about the history of cultural African dance and be prepared to learn a Zumba routine from instructors from Makata’s Dancers.
          - Painting with Homeyra: Enjoy some tea from Sunshine Spice café and follow along as Homeyra guides you through a step by step painting class centered around Idaho Human Rights day! **All materials will be provided by the IRC in Boise**
5:00 pm – Workshop #1 begins!
5:45 pm – Workshop #1 ends, 15 minute break before going to the next workshop of your choice. Each workshop will occur twice, so you’ll get a chance to attend 2 out of the 3!
6:00 pm – Workshop #2 begins!
6:45 pm – Workshop #2 ends, closing remarks from the IRC in Boise.
7:00 pm – End the event and thank you all for attending.

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