Tuesday, January 19, 2016

We are rolling out a variety of  programs and performances  to celebrate Black History month 2016. 
Find the one that suits you in Sacramento, Solano  or Yolo counties

Thu Feb 4           6:30 pm              Winters Library, 708 Railroad Ave, Winters (Africa to the 
Fri Feb 5             3:30 pm              McKinley Library, Sacramento (Drum and Dance for Joy)
Sat Feb 6            1:00 pm              Colonial Heights Library, Sacramento (Africa to Americas)
Fri Feb 12           4:00 pm              North Sacramento Library (African Princess Party)
Sat Feb 13          2:00 pm              McClatchy Library (African Princess Party)
Sat Feb 13          8:00 pm              Brazilian Carnival, Raley Studio for Performing Arts,
                                                       2420 N St, Sacramento
Thu Feb 18         4:00 pm              North Highlands Library (African Princess Party)
Fri Feb 19           8:30 am              Elder Creek Elementary – School Assembly
Fri Feb 19           9:30 am              Elder Creek Elementary – School Assembly
Fri Feb 19           5:30 pm              Sierra 2, 2791 24th St, Sacramento (Drum and Dance Workshop)
Sat Feb 20          2:00 pm              Cordelia Library, 5050 Business Center Dr, Cordelia  (Drum and 
                                                       Dance for Joy)
Sat Feb 20          2:00 pm              Galt Library, 1000 Caroline Ave, Galt (A Quilt of many Colors)
Sun Feb 21         1:00 pm              Central Library,  Sacramento (Africa to Americas)
Tue Feb 23         4:00 pm              MLK Library, Sacramento (Drum Call to Freedom)
Wed Feb 24        6:00 pm              Sacramento  State  University Black Alumni Association
Thu Feb 25         12:30 pm            Sacramento County African American Caucus Luncheon, 
                                                       Howe Community Center, Sacramento
Thu Feb 25         4:00 pm              Rancho Cordova Library, Sacramento
Fri Feb 26           3:30 pm              Del Paso Heights Library, Sacramento (African Princess Party)
Sat Feb 27          7:30 pm              International Taste, Western Sierra Collegiate Academy
                                                           660 Menlo Dr., Rocklin


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