Arts & Culture
Imani Edu-Tainers African Dance Company

Promoting community awareness, appreciation, and understanding of African culture.

Imani Edu-Tainers African Dance Company is a not-for- profit organization founded in 1992 by Sonya Mann-McFarlane in Chapel Hill, NC. Sonya relocated to Lancaster, PA in 1993 and continues to promote community awareness, appreciation, and understanding of African culture and community enlightenment. The performing company (supported by the organization) has received rave reviews for performances and presentations in Lancaster County and beyond.

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