NYC Public Library Call For Black History Month
NYC Public Library on 115th Street branch in Harlem is looking for children, teens or adults to help celebrate Black History Month, on Wednesday on February 27th at 5:00 PM, by presenting a short piece of their choice. Participants can read or recite an original or published poem, sing, present a short dance, monologue, scene, short story, etc. that relates to the African or African-American heritage.
Presenters should RSVP by Saturday Feb 23rd. Of course, all are welcome to listen and enjoy!
NYC Public Library, 203 west 115th Street branch, 212-666-9393
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