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Cincinnati Black History Month Celebration
February 3 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
MidPointe Library West ChesterFree
Experience a fantastic Cincinnati Black History Month Celebration featuring entertainment, food, displays, prizes and more.
Celebrate black history month by enjoying drumming circle demonstrations, cultural dance, and obtaining enlightening information. Also, learn and understand the true meaning of “Sankofa – moving forward while remembering the past.”
Have fun at this FREE, family-friendly event will feature award-winning author and poet, Annie Ruth and a musical performance by Baoku’s Village.
Vendor display tables are available for $35.00. Also, businesses may submit their info to be placed in swag bags for $25.00. All vendor tickets are available to purchase online while supplies last.
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Share this exciting Cincinnati Black History month celebration with your friends and family. Register today. The celebration sponsors include Key Spot by Quality SAP and Connecting Communities.
About Annie Ruth
The Cincinnati award-winning poet, author, art educator and visual artist Annie Ruth “creates art that transcends”. Her work has been empowering the community and celebrating the human spirit for nearly 40 years. Also, she creates literature, art, and events to honor positive women, along with programs to promote reading and literacy.
Annie Ruth is a renaissance woman and a catalyst for community engagement. She has motivated thousands on the subject of positive self-expression. Furthermore, her work benefits individuals, corporations, businesses, museums, libraries and schools across the country. In addition, several of her high-profile clients include Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third Bank, and the National Afro American Museum & Cultural Center.
About Baoku’s Village
Baoku’s Village, owned by Baoku Moses, is a music and wellness center located in Covington, Kentucky where people can reconnect with culture, and recharge their energy with classes. Classes include African drumming, African dance, Zumba, yoga, and more. Also, being the template of a global vision for community arts, it uses music, art, and wellness to restore the hope of unity, peace, and love in the world.