Black history month festival at Arlington library


February 26, 2022
12:00 PM until 03:00 AM


Arlington Southeast Library View map
900 SE Green Oaks Blvd,
Arlington, TX, 76018

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The Arlington Public Library joins the nation in celebrating Black history and community this February with a series of programs that celebrate the history and culture of African Americans. Visit for the full schedule.

For the Black History Month Festival on February 26, come celebrate the diversity of Black culture with music, dance, history and displays at the Southeast Branch library. Bring the whole family to this annual event. Schedule of events includes a keynote presentation by Chaplain Rich Stoglin from Arlington Heritage Memorial Grounds and performances by Step by Step Dance Academy, Butler Elementary Bronco Choir, Amos Elementary Eagle Choir, Center for Visual and Performing Arts Choir and more.

About Black History Month
Black History Month is an annual celebration of the culture and achievements of African Americans. Established as one week in 1926, it was expanded to a month in 1976 by President Gerald Ford. Since then, every U.S. President has recognized February as Black History Month.

During this time, the nation observes the contributions of African Americans in politics, sports, entertainment, and more. It is also a time to reflect on the many who fought for civil rights. Learn more about Black History Month at

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