Bucks County events celebrate Black History Month

January 31, 2017 by  

The Zlock Performing Arts Center is presenting several events next month to help recognize Black History Month.

The first event is ‘We shall not be moved: songs from the civil rights movement’. It will feature Keith Spencer, who will be singing a number of protest songs and spirituals from the 1950s and 1960s. Guests will have the opportunity to attend a VIP meet and greet reception with the singer.

Later on in the month, Margaret Montet will be presenting a talk about the Harlem Renaissance, a movement that occurred during the 1920s in Harlem. That time resulted in a large output of art, literature, and music that helped to change popular culture.

People from all over Bucks County, including nearby Morrisville, will likely be interested in learning about one or both of these events. Organizers may invest in flyer printing services to advertise in the community.

‘We shall not be moved’ will be held on February 2 beginning at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $15 for VIP, $10 general admission, and $5 for seniors, alumni, military personnel and children. Bucks County Community College students are admitted free of charge.

The Harlem Renaissance lecture will take place on February 16 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $5 each and also free for Bucks County Community College students.

Call 215-968-8087 for more information.