2024 Black History Month: The Gallery

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Our final Black History Month event brings community members together for a celebration of arts and history. Join us for The Gallery: a collection of history, music, art, and food at Rondo Community Library.

The Gallery at Rondo Library

Thursday, February 29, 3 to 7 p.m.
461 N. Dale St., Saint Paul, MN 55103.

Activities and experiences for the whole family:

3pm: African Drumming & Art Activities

  • Brother Ghana M'Baye will teach us a traditional African dance and how to play the ancient African drum.
  • Local artists will guide immersive art activities that promote awareness and appreciation for Black history and culture.

4pm: Reconnect Rondo Initiatives & African American and Liberian Cuisine

5pm: Guest Speakers & Celebration of 50 Years of Hip Hop

  • A proclamation read by Mayor Carter and spoken word and poetry performed by local community members.
  • We will end the night with music, deejayed by Tim Wilson, owner of Urban Lights Music.

Fun & Fellowship for All Ages

This community event is free of charge. Space is limited to the library's capacity. Find parking and transit information on the Rondo Library's webpage.

Our final Black History Month event brings community members together for a celebration of arts and history. Join us for The Gallery: a collection of history, music, art, and food at Rondo Community Library.

The Gallery at Rondo Library

Thursday, February 29, 3 to 7 p.m.
461 N. Dale St., Saint Paul, MN 55103.

Activities and experiences for the whole family:

3pm: African Drumming & Art Activities

  • Brother Ghana M'Baye will teach us a traditional African dance and how to play the ancient African drum.
  • Local artists will guide immersive art activities that promote awareness and appreciation for Black history and culture.

4pm: Reconnect Rondo Initiatives & African American and Liberian Cuisine

5pm: Guest Speakers & Celebration of 50 Years of Hip Hop

  • A proclamation read by Mayor Carter and spoken word and poetry performed by local community members.
  • We will end the night with music, deejayed by Tim Wilson, owner of Urban Lights Music.

Fun & Fellowship for All Ages

This community event is free of charge. Space is limited to the library's capacity. Find parking and transit information on the Rondo Library's webpage.

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