North Carolina Newspapers

    News Argus, February 2000
Black History Celebrations
February Events
All events are free of charge unless
noted.
• African American Heritage
Tour on Feb. 14; which will fea
ture comedian Debra Terry, musi
cian/actor Lorenzo Meachum,
the WSSU Gospel Choir,
rap/poetry group Natural
Mystic & Spacelee, a yet to be
named African dance group, and
other local performers.
• Famous orator and motivation
al speaker Patricia Russell-
McCloud is also scheduled to
speak at the K.R. Williams
Auditorium on Feb. 18 and
African storyteller Obakunle
Akinlana will be in the
Thompson Center room 207 A on
the Feb. 21.
• The United Arts Council will
present "Our World Student
Exhibit" at the Greensboro
Cultural Center Feb. 1 - March 1.
• Through Feb. 17: "Founding
Members Invitational" exhibit in
Greensboro Cultural Center fea
turing work of AAAF featured
artist Earnestine Huff, presented
by the African American Atelier.
Call 333-6885 for information.
• Through March 18; African
Art collection from the Collection
of Dr. A. Kelly Maness, Jr., pre
sented by the Guilford College
Art Gallery. Call 273-8488 for
more information.
• Feb. 1, 17, March 7, 14, 16:
Tokoloshe- A Zulu Folk tale Tour
presented by the NC Theatre for
Young People at UNCG. Call
334-5575 for more information.
• Feb. 17: "Mahalia-A Gospel
Musical" presented by the High
Point Theatre and Exhibition
Center at the High Point Theatre.
Call 883-1007 for information.
• Feb. 18: ArtQuest offers spe
cial African interactive art at
Karamu at the Greensboro
Cultural Center. Call 333-2610
for information.
• Feb. 20: "Celebrating
American Achievement in
Mihsic" by the Greensboro
Symphony Youth Orchestra at
Huggins Auditorium on the cam
pus of Greensboro College. Call
335-5456 for information.
• Feb. 26 and March 18: African
Arts Series presented to children
ages 5-12 by the Center for
Creative Arts. Call 333-7475 for
more information.
• Feb. 27-28: "Harriet Tubman
and the Underground Railroad,"
at the Carolina Theatre. Tickets
$8, $5. Call 333-2605 for more
information.
A Seacrest Series Event
Mandinka: West African Epic
Direct from the Kennedy Center!
“Theatre that sings, dances, and ultimately, soars.”
Wake Forest University, Friday, Feb. 18, 8 p.m. Wait Chapel
$12 Student tickets. Group discounts - $10 for 10 or more.
(336) 758-5295 WFU Box Office
    

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