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December 30, 2004|By Lori Sears

Kuumba Festival

Celebrate the sixth day of Kwanzaa at the Kuumba Family Festival tomorrow at the Ancestor Village on Pulaski Street. In celebration of Kuumba (which means "creativity"), there will be arts-related workshops, including haiku, creative writing, collage and decoupage, drumming, mixed-media construction and mask-making. Visitors can also enjoy a treasure hunt on the Internet, line dancing, candle-lighting, food and more.

The Kuumba Family Festival begins at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Ancestor Village, 208 S. Pulaski St. Admission is $2. Visitors may bring a dish to share. Call 410-362-2777.

Calendar-making event

Haven't bought a 2005 calendar yet? Visit the Baltimore Museum of Industry this weekend and make your own. The program on Saturday and Sunday supplies visitors with the materials to customize their own calendar with important events. All participants can take home their calendar creations.

The calendar-making is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway. Admission is $10; $6 for students, seniors and members; free for age 4 and younger. Call 410-727-4808 or visit www.thebmi.org.

Drumming fun

Join a drumming circle with FunDrum Rhythm Circles today at Port Discovery. Tabla drummer Jonathan Murray, founder of the group, leads the interactive drumming circle for kids age 3 and older. All instruments will be provided. The kids' museum is featuring the exhibit Making America's Music: Rhythm, Roots and Rhyme, which runs through Jan. 9.

The drumming program takes place at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. today at Port Discovery, 35 Market Place. Admission is $11; $8.50 for ages 3 to 12; free for children younger than 3. Call 410-727-8120 or visit www.portdiscovery.org.

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