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Rep Your Culture


Rep Your Culture is hosted by Kitsap Black Student Union. 

 A youth led event that focuses on sharing culture from around the world.

 Students are from cultural clubs grades 6th thru 12th. Event includes historical artifacts, history, cultural cuisine, cultural fashions and more. Event is free and open to public.

Date: Saturday July 8th 2023

Time: 11am – 2pm

Location: Bremer Student Center @ Olympic College

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Esquire Hills Got Talent

Kitsap Black Student Union Hosts Talent Show for Esquire Hills Elementary!

On June 22nd, 2023, the Kitsap Black Student Union (KBSU) hosted a talent show for students of Esquire Hills Elementary School in Bremerton, Washington. The talent show was a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their diverse talents, and KBSU was proud to provide a platform for their creativity.

The event was open to all students of Esquire Hills Elementary School, and a wide range of talents was displayed, from singing to dancing, comedy, poetry, and visual arts. 

The event was a huge success, with many students showcasing their skills, and receiving amazing support and encouragement from their friends, family, and the wider community. KBSU is excited about the success of the show and is already planning for next year’s event, which promises to be bigger and better than ever. Overall, the talent show was a tremendous display of creativity, diversity, and community, and we are proud to have been a part of it.