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The following list contains programs that matched your search, sorted by program types and date from 2/1/2015 to 5/2/2015.

Program Types: (choose a type to jump to list of programs)
Art/Photography     Books/Literature/Writing     Educational Support     Gaming     Genealogy/History     Holiday     Movies/Films     Multicultural     Music Education     Parent/Caregiver/Teacher Education     Science,Engineering and Math     Special Events/Festivals     Storytime     


Art/Photographyback to top

Black History Month Art Club
Be inspired by history to create a wonderful piece of art. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Art Club
Celebrate Black History Month as we exercise our artistic creativity and learn about African American artists. Audience: Preteen (10-11), School Age (5-11)

Books/Literature/Writingback to top

Read A Book, Learn to Cook
Celebrate Black History Month with us as we investigate cookbooks and cuisines specific to the African American culture. Audience: School Age (5-11)

Celebrate Black History Month: Black History Scavenger Hunt
How well do you know Black History? Participate in a Library Resource Scavenger Hunt and learn more about Black History through a variety of library resources that are available to you. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11), Families

Story Explorers
Celebrate Black History as we explore African American books and stories in creative ways through interactive activities including math, science, games, and more! Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11)

Black History Month Self-Directed Literacy Activities
School-age children can drop in to complete different self-directed literacy activities designed to enhance literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. Children receive a cool prize for each completed activity! Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11)

Multicultural Exploration - Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! Learn more about some of the key events which served as the catalyst making the nation aware of the struggles individuals in the southern states endured as they fought for the right to vote during the 1960s. Audience: Adults, Families

Educational Supportback to top

Celebrate Black History Month: Cultural Gaming
Participate in board games that encourage cooperation, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Audience: Preteen (10-11), School Age (5-11), Families

Celebrate Black History Month: Black History Scavenger Hunt
How well do you know Black History? Participate in a Library Resource Scavenger Hunt and learn more about Black History through a variety of library resources that are available to you. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11), Families

Black History Month Movie
Come grab some popcorn as we watch the very popular movie, The Blind Side. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Rookie Science
Celebrate Black History Month as we discover the world of science through the lives of African American inventors, hands-on educational activities, and experiments. Audience: School Age (5-11)

Gamingback to top

Celebrate Black History Month: Cultural Gaming
Participate in board games that encourage cooperation, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Audience: Preteen (10-11), School Age (5-11), Families

Genealogy/Historyback to top

Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth
Come celebrate Black History Month with the newest installment of American Masters from PBS, featuring the great American writer, Alice Walker. Audience: Adults, Seniors, Teens (12-18)

Stories From the Underground Railroad*
Join Meltonia Young on an odyssey that is part art, part history and part decoding secrets in the quilt patches synonymous with the Underground Railroad. Examine why slaves traveled it, the role of the Quakers, and the heroic individuals who helped. Audience: Adults, Seniors, Families

Multicultural Exploration - Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! Learn more about some of the key events which served as the catalyst making the nation aware of the struggles individuals in the southern states endured as they fought for the right to vote during the 1960s. Audience: Adults, Families

Holidayback to top

Black History Month Self-Directed Literacy Activities
School-age children can drop in to complete different self-directed literacy activities designed to enhance literacy, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. Children receive a cool prize for each completed activity! Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11)

Movies/Filmsback to top

Now Showing: Get On Up
Join us for a special showing of Get On Up ,The James Brown Story in honor of Black History Month. This movie is rated PG. Light refreshments will be provided. Audience: Adults, Families

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! We will honor African Americans for the historic and current contributions to their community and enjoy a film screening of 42:The Jackie Robinson Story.This film is rated PG-13. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Made in 1984: A Soldier's Story
Join us at Beatties Ford Road Regional Library for the eight part film series MADE IN 1984: HOLLYWOOD MOVIES FROM 30 YEARS AGO on the second Saturday of each month from October 2014 to May 2015. This, we will show A Soldier's Story. Audience: Adults, Seniors

Now Showing: Our Friend Martin
Join us for to celebrate black history staring Martin Luther King Jr. in OUR FRIEND MARTIN. Join Miles and his classmates as they learn about the impacts the Martin implemented on our society. Audience: Teens (12-18), Adults, Families

Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth
Come celebrate Black History Month with the newest installment of American Masters from PBS, featuring the great American writer, Alice Walker. Audience: Adults, Seniors, Teens (12-18)

Black History Month Movie
Celebrate Black History Month at the Steele Creek Library! Join us for a documentary about the Tuskegee Airmen, legendary pilots who fought Axis powers in Europe and then took on racism at home. Light refreshments provided. Audience: Adults, Teens (12-18)

Multiculturalback to top

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Celebrate Black History Month with storyteller Mercede Walker! Mercede will provide a highly entertaining and comedic fun filled afternoon of traditional storytelling! Snacks will be provided. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! We'll talk about the involvement of youth during the Civil Rights Movement and the impact of their actions. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11)

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! We will honor African Americans for the historic and current contributions to their community and enjoy a film screening of 42:The Jackie Robinson Story.This film is rated PG-13. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Celebrate Black History Month: Black History Scavenger Hunt
How well do you know Black History? Participate in a Library Resource Scavenger Hunt and learn more about Black History through a variety of library resources that are available to you. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preteen (10-11), Families

Inspiring African Americans
Join us for this story time filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for Black History Month. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preschool (3-5), Families

Now Showing: Our Friend Martin
Join us for to celebrate black history staring Martin Luther King Jr. in OUR FRIEND MARTIN. Join Miles and his classmates as they learn about the impacts the Martin implemented on our society. Audience: Teens (12-18), Adults, Families

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! We will honor African Americans for the historic and current contributions to their community and enjoy a film screening of Get on Up. This film is rated PG-13. Light refreshments will provided. Audience: Adults, Seniors

Multicultural Exploration - Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! Learn more about some of the key events which served as the catalyst making the nation aware of the struggles individuals in the southern states endured as they fought for the right to vote during the 1960s. Audience: Adults, Families

Cultural Exploration: Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! Well have cultural and literacy activities to honor African Americans and the historic and current contributions they have made to society, and we'll watch the movie 42 (rated PG-13). Audience: Teens (12-18)

"Lift Every Voice" A Cultural Exploration into Black History Month
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! Be amazed at some of the awesome talent that Charlotte has to offer as we celebrate and honor African Americans for the historic and current contributions that have been made. Audience: Teens (12-18), Families, Adults

Celebrate Black History Month with A Sign of the times
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! A Sign Of the Times of the Carolinas raises awareness of the performing arts through Jazz and R&B that explore contributions of African Americans in history. So come enjoy some awesome beats @ the Library! Audience: Families, Adults, Teens (12-18)

Music Educationback to top

Celebrate Black History Month with A Sign of the times
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! A Sign Of the Times of the Carolinas raises awareness of the performing arts through Jazz and R&B that explore contributions of African Americans in history. So come enjoy some awesome beats @ the Library! Audience: Families, Adults, Teens (12-18)

Parent/Caregiver/Teacher Educationback to top

Celebrate Black History Month: Cultural Gaming
Participate in board games that encourage cooperation, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Audience: Preteen (10-11), School Age (5-11), Families

Science,Engineering and Mathback to top

Rookie Science
Celebrate Black History Month as we discover the world of science through the lives of African American inventors, hands-on educational activities, and experiments. Audience: School Age (5-11)

Special Events/Festivalsback to top

Black History Month: A History & Discussion for Teens
Come celebrate black history month by participating in a small discussion on a few historical videos we will be watching. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Black History Month Jeopardy
Show your knowledge of African American History and compete for a prize during our special edition of Jeopardy. Audience: Teens (12-18)

Read A Book, Learn to Cook
Celebrate Black History Month with us as we investigate cookbooks and cuisines specific to the African American culture. Audience: School Age (5-11)

Cultural Exploration Presents: The Cotton Club
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month through the arts by focusing on the Harlem Renaissance and the legendary Cotton Club! This event will feature performances by talented teens and is sure to be an entertaining evening for all. Audience: Teens (12-18), School Age (5-11), Families

Stories From the Underground Railroad*
Join Meltonia Young on an odyssey that is part art, part history and part decoding secrets in the quilt patches synonymous with the Underground Railroad. Examine why slaves traveled it, the role of the Quakers, and the heroic individuals who helped. Audience: Adults, Seniors, Families

Celebrate Black History Month with A Sign of the times
Join us as we celebrate Black History Month! A Sign Of the Times of the Carolinas raises awareness of the performing arts through Jazz and R&B that explore contributions of African Americans in history. So come enjoy some awesome beats @ the Library! Audience: Families, Adults, Teens (12-18)

Storytimeback to top

Inspiring African Americans
Join us for this story time filled with stories, songs, and activities specifically designed for Black History Month. Audience: School Age (5-11), Preschool (3-5), Families

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