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Rhythm & Rhymes Read-In at Central Library
February 25, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
Librarian and local musician to headline Rhythm & Rhymes storytime concert during Black History Month Festival at Central Library.
Rhythm & Rhymes Storytime starring Lisa Love and Derwin Daniels
Saturday, February 25, 2023 | 11:00 AM—12:00 PM EST
Join us for a celebration of the arts. The Rhythm & Rhymes ™ Black History Month Festival, which focuses on the theme, “Sentiments of Sankofa,” will celebrate history, heritage, and the humanities through spoken word, stories, and songs.
Sentiments of Sankofa is a contemporary response to Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s call to revisit the contributions of African Americans and Dr. Jerri Cobb Scott’s call to see ourselves in books. The interactive exhibition explores archival resources and the vital importance of Black cultural expression through the lens of Black librarianship and the literary works of R. Gregory Christie. The February 25th program will serve as an African American Read-In and will take place from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
The festivities will include Rhythm & Rhymes Storytime starring librarian Lisa Love and saxophonist Derwin Daniels and a Jazz Baby Bookmaking Workshop with award-winning illustrator R. Gregory. Access to the author event is free and audience members may reserve a book signing ticket or Culture Pass for chances to win author exclusives. When you register, you will have the option to pre-order signed copies of Jazz Baby from Scribes & Vibes Bookshop or contribute to the adopt a book program. You do not have to purchase a book or make a monetary donation to attend in-person author events or virtual author visits, however, reservations for the February 25th cartooning and bookbinding class are required.
Reserve your seat now, then prepare to join us for an art of the book workshop. It is free and open to the public and patrons are free to use public paid parking, rideshares, and/or Marta.
Suitable for All Ages • FREE To The Public
Sponsored in part by: @fulcolibrary
*This program is for informational, educational, and recreational purposes and the contents are not endorsed by the Fulton County Library System or Fulton County Government.
One Margaret Mitchell Square
Atlanta, GA 30303
Call 404-612-8700 or visit http://rhythmandrhymes.eventbrite.com to register.