If you want to celebrate Black History Month, try one of the places listed below. They are establishments that serve the community in a variety of ways. One way is to commemorate important holidays like Black History Month. So if you want to celebrate the diversity that makes this country great, visit a . . .
Church: Get the February schedule of your local church and see what’s happening. 9 times out of 10, you will see at least one event set up to celebrate the contributions of Martin Luther King or the beauty of diversity. If you attend the celebration, you’ll have a spiritual experience that will help you appreciate history and all people.
Library: When was the last time you’ve gone to the library? These days, even people who aren’t bookworms enjoy the library. Visit yours and see the number of ways they are celebrating Black History Month. They will most likely include books from prominent black authors, artifacts and special displays by kids. By participating, you’ll get a chance to expand your mind without ever paying a penny.
Museum: Black History Month is an important time for museums. Why? It allows them display art that celebrates the African Diaspora, Civil Rights and national (or local) black talent. What is offered can range from well-formed sculputures to abstract paintings. Don’t miss out! If you visit a museum during Black History Month, you’ll be able to see interesting pieces that will stimulate your mind.
Super mall: Like to shop? On one of your shopping sprees in February, go to the information center at the super mall. Talk to a mall representative and find out what they are doing to celebrate Black History Month. You’ll see that they will either have special displays, speakers or even singers coming in throughout the month. As a result, you will be able to shop and celebrate diversity at the same time.
Community center: Your local community center will be offering events to help the public celebrate Black History Month all of February. From children’s plays to 1-hour courses, you can get in on the fun. Go pick up a schedule or check out their Website for more information.
Community college: These institutions generally offer events to the public in order to celebrate holidays like Black History Month. Go by one and find a schedule for February. You wil see poetry slams, parades and other activities led by the student body aimed at celebrate diversity.
Go to one of these places this month and you’ll be able to celebrate Black History Month in a memorable way.