The Mosaic of Black Culture Event at BWG Library and Cultural Centre

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The Mosaic of Black Culture Event at BWG Library and Cultural Centre

A fun family event including steel pan performance, arts and crafts, and an engaging presentation celebrating the Afro-Caribbean experience

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Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library 425 Holland Street West Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON L3Z 0J2 Canada

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

During Black History Month (February), BWG Library and Cultural Centre is excited to welcome The Mosaic of Black Culture - A Family Event. Created by Making Change Simcoe County, this interactive event features live steel pan music, a make your own steel pan craft and an overview of Black History from a local Canadian perspective.

Admission is FREE! Registration is encouraged so you can stay up-to-date with relevant updates.

Attendees will hear traditional Caribbean music provided by award-winning steel pan performer, Pan Fyah. Youth can try the steel pan themselves and also create their own drum to take home in this is a fun-filled family event. The event will also share an engaging overview of local Black History presented by Making Change speaker Debbie Opoku-Mulder.

These events is sponsored by Alectra Utilities and the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library and Cultural Centre.