NYC Parks continues to commemorate and celebrate Black History Month as they host a variety of special guest artists during their Black History Month Tribute: His & Her Story on Saturday, Feb. 11.

During this educational and fun event, artists get to take the stage and share their original songs and choreographed routines that are rooted from areas like the Mother-Land and parts of America. These expressional performances are cultural reflections as they hone in on their previous experiences that helped shape them into who they are today, while also sharing what this month means to them.

Brother Jerome Hunter of LaRocque Bey School of African Dance and Theatre will kick off this free event on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m, and will continue the festivities until 2 p.m at the Pelham Fritz Recreation Center located at 8 Mount Morris Park West, New York, N.Y. 10027. This event is only open to adults 18 and older. Participants attending the event will also get to learn an exciting African Dance that will be lead by instructor Lorry Francois.

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