2019 Black History Month

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

February 1st       Friday 6pm. Kick Off for Chelsea Black History Month Activities

    Gallary 456 –  Store Front Exhibit of Black Historical Figures of Chelsea

    456 Broadway, Chelsea, MA

Continuation of Exhibit at Chelsea Public Library: Black Migration, WWI,

 Chelsea Fire. 569 Broadway, Chelsea, MA                                                                

February 5th      Tuesday 5 – 7pm. City Hall Art Reception. Art, Poetry, African and African                               

    American Artifacts. Chelsea City Hall, 500 Broadway, Chelsea, MA

February 7th        Thursday 12pm and 6pm. Bunker Hill Community College, “Tuskeegee         

    Airmen”Documentary and Discussion. 70 Everett  Avenue, Chelsea

February 19th      Monday  5pm. Iglesia la Luz de Cristo. The Councilors Cook Off

    Community Dinner. 738 Broadway, Chelsea, MA

February 21st    Thursday 12pm.  Senior Center  – Maya Angelou – Poet and Civil Rights  

     Hidden Figure. Celebration of Phenominal Women

                            10 Riley Way, Chelsea, MA

February 22nd    Friday 6 – 8pm.  Evening of Performing Arts,  Clark Avenue School

     8 Clark Avenue, Chelsea, MA  

February 23rd     Saturday 11 – 12:30pm.  STEM, Chelsea Public Library

                             569 Broadway, Chelsea, MA (parent and child participation)

February 26th     Tuesday 6 – 8pm. New England Gospel Ensemble

     Bunker Hill Community College, Charlestown Campus A300 Auditorium

February 28th     Wednesday 5 – 8pm.  Black History Month Celebration                                  

     Keynote Speaker –  Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins

     Special Recognition Honoring –  “Chelsea Trailblazers

     Williams Middle School. 180 Walnut Street, Chelsea, MA

ALL EVENTS PLANNED IN COLLABORATION WITH CHELSEA BLACK COMMUNITY, BLACK HISTORY MONTH PLANNING COMMITTEE, LEWIS H. LATIMER SOCIETY, BUNKER HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CHELSEA SENIOR CENTER, CHELSEA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, CITY OF CHELSEA.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

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