Black History Month

Immerse yourself in the rich culture of Black Americans as we celebrate the accomplishments and contributions made to our country throughout history.

Upcoming Black History Month Events

Tuesday February 27 3:30pm

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Arts & Crafting

Learn how to create new crafts in celebration of Black History Month. Use creativity and collaboration for an hour-long crafting event. Recommended for ages 6-8.

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Freedom Quilt

Celebrate Black History Month

No Registration Required
Wednesday February 28 4:00pm

Washington Park Branch

Event Categories: Arts & Crafting

Create your own patchwork square out of paper. Learn how quilt patterns became messages that may have helped slaves travel the Underground Railroad. Recommended for families.

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African American Collage Art

Celebrate Black History

Registration Required
Thursday February 29 4:30pm

South Creek Branch (South Creek - Children's Area)

Event Categories: Arts & Crafting

Study the works of famous African American artists like Romare Bearden then recreate art in the same style. Recommended for families.

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Registration Required
Saturday March 9 12:00pm

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Community & Citizenship; Education & Learning

Come immerse yourself in a conversation with Barbara Chandler, one of "Orlando's 2023 Leading Ladies.” This unique interview, followed by Q&A, will surely educate, and inspire others.

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