Black History Month-African Performance with Amanda Armenteros

Event Type: Performing Arts
Age Group(s): Families, Parents
Date: 2/18/2023
Start Time: 3:00 PM
End Time: 4:00 PM
 Join Amanda and Diane for a full immersive traditional West African Dance class. We will learn the history of where the dance and rhythms originated and the stories behind the movement. Come ready to learn, move and explore traditional African music!

After the performance, we will read Firebird, by Misty Copeland and illustrated by Christopher Myers. Afterwards, we will provide Grab N’ Go kits. The fun Grab & Go kits include a Misty Copeland puzzle, a coloring & fact sheet about Savion Glover, and a Harlem Renaissance word search.

About Amanda: Amanda Armenteros is a versatile dancer and teacher who loves to study African dance. Amanda’s classes allow students to express themselves through rhythm and to find their own unique dance movements.

All children will receive a Black History Month Grab N' Go bag.

Location: Auditorium
Presenter: M. Perez