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MOBC Black History Month Program The   2019   MOBC   Black   History   Month   theme   is   “Black   Migrations.”   It   will   emphasize   the   movement   of people   of   African   descent   to   new   destinations   and   subsequently   to   new   social   realities,   highlighting relocation   from   the   South   to   the   Northeast,   Midwest   and   West   and   Caribbean   to   US   cities.   Please   attend the   opening   session   in   the   Old   Sanctuary   from   9:30am   –   10:30am   on   Sunday,   February   3rd,   where   the Black   History   Committee   will   provide   key   information   about   the   topic   and   introduce   the   sessions   to   follow during the remaining Sundays in February. The   committee   encourages   you   to   wear African   or   any   attire   that   promotes   Black   Heritage   every   Sunday   in   February and please participate in the following activities:
 At Mt. Olivet’s February Black History Month Activities:     Migrations from the South to the Northeast: Sunday, Feb. 17th, Old        Sanctuary, 9:30am     Black History Month Family Food & Fellowship: Saturday, Feb. 23rd, TBD     Migrations from the South to the Midwest: Sunday, Feb. 24th, Old        Sanctuary, 9:30am     Black Migrations Speaker: Sunday, Feb. 24th, During Worship Service
In The Community:     Black History Month Celebration : Sunday, Feb. 17th, 12 - 5pm , Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Ave          14607,  $5 Donation Requested    City of Rochester Black heritage Gala: Saturday,   Mar. 9th , 6pm, Rochester Riverside Convention Center,         123 East Main St.  14604 The   Fifth   Annual   Bronze   Collective   Theatre   Fest:   Monday    -   Saturday,   7:30   pm    Feb.   18   -   23    along   and      a Sunday,   2   pm   Feb.   24   matinee ,   Multi-Use   Community   Cultural   Center   (MuCCC),   142   Atlantic   Ave.,   in   Rochester's Neighborhood of the Arts     This "Week's Infusion of African American Theatrical Arts" features drama, spoken word, poetry, and more      General Admission $15 in advance or $20 at the door     Tuesday, Feb. 19th performance of “Anansi Tales for the Holidays,"  - A Family Friendly Program featuring        puppets and masks - One Child Free with a Paid Adult Addmission of $ 15 in advance  or  $ 20 at the door ) --        Each additional child is  $5     A $50 Theatre Package  granting access to all shows is also available with an Advance Purchase from Mood      Makers Books in Village Gate Square. The store phone number is 585.271-7010 For   performance   details   or   to   buy   tickets   online,   go   to    http://www.muccc.org .      For   further   information,   contact Kevin Bryant Hicks at 585.286-6818  or kevinbry-ant49@yahoo.com
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MOBC Black History Month Program The   2019   MOBC   Black   History   Month   theme   is   “Black   Migrations.”   It will   emphasize   the   movement   of   people   of   African   descent   to   new destinations   and   subsequently   to   new   social   realities,   highlighting relocation   from   the   South   to   the   Northeast,   Midwest   and   West   and Caribbean   to   US   cities.   Please   attend   the   opening   session   in   the   Old Sanctuary   from   9:30am   –   10:30am   on   Sunday,   February   3rd,   where the   Black   History   Committee   will   provide   key   information   about   the topic    and    introduce    the    sessions    to    follow    during    the    remaining Sundays in February. The   committee   encourages   you   to   wear African   or   any   attire   that   promotes Black   Heritage   every   Sunday   in   February   and   please   participate   in   the following activities: during Black History Month and
   Migrations from South to West and from Other Countries to the US:        Sunday, Feb. 10th - Old Sanctuary, 9:30am    Migrations from the South to the Northeast: Sunday, Feb. 17th, Old       Sanctuary, 9:30am    Black History Month Family Food & Fellowship: Saturday, Feb. 23rd, TBD    Migrations from the South to the Midwest: Sunday, Feb. 24th, Old       Sanctuary, 9:30am    Black Migrations Speaker: Sunday, Feb. 24th, During Worship Service The   Fifth   Annual   Bronze   Collective   Theatre   Fest:   Monday    -   Saturday,   7:30 pm    Feb.   18   -   23    along   and      a   Sunday,   2   pm   Feb.   24   matinee ,   Multi-Use   Community Cultural   Center   (MuCCC),   142   Atlantic   Ave.,   in   Rochester's   Neighborhood   of   the Arts     This "Week's Infusion of African American Theatrical Arts" features drama,        spoken word, poetry, and more      General Admission $15 in advance or $20 at the door     Tuesday, Feb. 19th performance of “Anansi Tales for the Holidays,"  - A Family       Friendly Program featuring puppets and masks - One Child Free with a Paid       Adult Addmission of $ 15 in advance  or  $ 20 at the door ) -- Each additional       Child is  $5     A $50 Theatre Package  granting access to all shows is also available with an      Advance Purchase from Mood Makers Books in Village Gate Square. The store      telephone number is 585.271-7010 For   performance   details   or   to   buy   tickets   online,   go   to    http://www.muccc.org .      For further information, contact Kevin Bryant Hicks at 585.286-6818  or kevinbry-ant49@yahoo.com
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