Events

Panel Discussion with NHAEON
January 27, 2024 11am

Fairmont Hotel- 2401 M Street, NW

National Haitian American Elected Officials Network (NHAEON) 15th Annual Leadership Summit will take place  Wednesday January 24- Sunday January 28, 2024. Quixote Center's Kim Lamberty will be a panelist on Saturday January 27, 2024, 11am.  Panel Title: "Advocacy/Haitian Criminal Collusion Transparency Act: Lessons Learned & How to Move Forward with Advocacy Efforts."

 

Past Events

December 9th- 6 pm
Holiday Dinner Forum with Peaceworks
Friends Meeting in Chatham or by Zoom

The PeaceWorks community will host a very special holiday dinner forum with global coffee expert and Director of the Quixote Center Kim Lamberty.

Kim will help us zoom out from the tiny community of 50 families that grow our holiday coffee on a mountaintop in Nicaragua to the realities of the global coffee trade, also discussing the challenges of small farmers like those PeaceWorks supports more broadly and the work of the Quixote Center. 

 

Tuesday, November 7th, 2023

Haiti Dinner & Discussion of Quixote Center's Impact in Haiti 

Time: 6-8:30PM

Where: Port-Au-Prince Haitian Cuisine : 7912 Georgia Ave Silver Spring, MD 20910

The Quixote Center invites you to attend an evening of Haitian food and drink at the Port-au-Prince Restaurant in Silver Spring, MD.
To reserve your spot, you can make a suggested donation of $50/person , which includes a buffet-style Haitian dinner. For any questions, please contact .

Our Executive Director Kim Lamberty will speak on the latest impact of our sustainable initiatives in Haiti. Find out more about our newest partnership in Haiti's South with DCCH to survey a community on what they believe they need to alleviate themselves from poverty, and to create a project to increase income generation based on their answers. We will present the survey results, and there will be time for questions and discussion.

ANC Commissioner Claudette David will present on the importance of Congressional advocacy and the Quixote Center's partnership with the National Haitian American Elected Officials Network (NHAEON), for which she serves as Co-Chair of the National Legislative Committee.

 

Saturday November 4th, 2023

Harvest Sharing Fair at the University Park Church of the Brethren 

Time: 9:30 to 3:00

Location: 4413 Tuckerman St

Shop for Good Causes with the following organizations:

  • Little Friends for Peace
  • Heifer Project
  • New Community Project 
  • Anacostia Watershed Society
  • Ethiopian Eritrean Special Needs Community SALVE-IFIC
  • Local Artists
  • Ten Thousand Villages

Free Kids Activities, Gourmet Grill & Bake Sale