Sip & Paint – Holiday Edition

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at Serengeti Gallery 301 808 6987 Walk into flowing drinks and abundant eats – we like to start off the night with a Cocktail Hour.  Let go and let loose while you listen to great music, grab a drink (or two… or three), and prepare to create magic on canvas.  Mingle over a cocktail and catch […]

Cheers to The Feast

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Participate in a traditional Umoja Karamu ceremony, including libation and reflection. We share a delicious meal in the spirit of unity! Raise the energy with when you beat the drum… or cowbell! Do tell! Share a funny story, or a significant object with the group. ETHIOPIAN PROVERB AMERICAN PROVERB -SG Questions? Reach us easily.

Learn Swahili with Friends– This Spring!

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Looking forward to visiting East Africa this October? •  Introductions &•  Objectives •  Call & Response •  Vocabulary & Conjugations •  Q&A Wisson West is the Director and Curator of Serengeti Gallery.  He is a former Peace Corps Volunteer, fluent Kiswahili speaker, and has 7+ years of working, living experience in Kenya, Tanzania Uganda, and other […]

Host Your Private Event Here

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– Captivate Your Guests – Like a work of art, each event has its own story. Ideal for your gathering of up to 75 guests, the Gallery space is both flexible and provocative. Full-Service Thoughtful details to complement your event.  Call it the Serengeti touch. SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT  |  BOOK CLUB  |  PRIVATE PARTY   Stress-Free Solutions… A well thought-out […]

Travel East… AFRICA!

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Questions? Email: service@serengetigallery.com Words by Patricia Matthews. Pictured, Judith Lynch “It was one of the most fascinating experiences I have ever had.  I will never forget that trip!  The food, logistics  travel, lifestyles and the people were just amazing to me.  I especially like the fact that the Maasai still embrace their culture.  The children were very respectful of […]