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The Boca Raton Public Library is celebrating African American History Month with a series of programs during the month of February.
The Downtown Library will have a Documentary Series every Wednesday night at 7pm. The lineup for the series includes:
On Friday, February 7 from 3:30pm - 4:15pm at the Downtown Library, take your children to the Children’s Friday Special: Afrique Ngozi Dance and Drum. Celebrate African arts with this interactive storytelling show featuring West African dance and drumming. Free tickets are available 30 minutes prior to the show, and space is limited. Children 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Finally, on Saturday, February 8 from 4pm - 5:30pm at Downtown Library, enjoy Story Central: Stories from a Life of Service with Ray Christian. Dr. Ray Christian is a retired army paratrooper and combat veteran who teaches African-American History and Storytelling at Appalachian State University. When he tells stories from his life, people listen and cheer! Find out why in this moving and thought-provoking performance of stories of military service, American history and more.