Black History Month was created to focus attention on the contributions of African Americans to the United States. It honors all Black people from all periods of U.S. history, from the enslaved people first brought over from Africa in the early 17th century to African Americans living in the United States today. Today Black History Month continues the discussion of Black people and their contributions through activities such as museum exhibits and film screenings, and by encouraging the study of achievements by African Americans year-round.
So, join us in celebrating African American heritage and their accomplishments with an evening of family and fun night. We'll have games, trivia, music, and a taste of traditional Southern & Cajun cuisine. Come out and Enjoy!
Date: February 24th, 2024
Time: 5pm - 7pm
Food: Traditional Southern & Cajun Cuisine
Catering: Executive Chef
Location: Pathfinder Intermediacy Resource Center, 2603 Leahy St., Muskegon Hts., MI, 49444 (Use the South End Parking Lot and Entrance)
Funded by Michigan Department of Education "Out of School Time Grant"