Dunbar Youth Performance at 4 & 7:30pm
February 15, 2011 - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
As part of the Dunbar Center’s program, Each One Teach One, ArtRage will host performances by children and youth working with the program. The Youth Services program at the Dunbar Association, Inc. seeks to provide after school programming for children ages 5-19, that will help enhance and produce well rounded youth that exhibit logical thoughts and are better prepared to enter the work force and/or institutions of higher learning. Our Interactive Black History Museum will involve having the students dress up like the influential African American that they researched for Black History month and sharing details about this person’s life, we will also be engaging the students in poetry and interpretative dance to share in the month long celebration of Black History Month. Each class will be doing a different presentation for our Interactive Black History Museum.
There will be two performances on February 15th, the younger children will perform at 4pm and the teens will perform at 7:30pm. They have been studying the Civil Rights movements of the 1960’s and ’70’s to learn about those who came before them; those who worked for social justice.The performances are the culmination of their efforts. Please join us and give these youth the support and recognition they deserve.
Free to the public.