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Jeffrey Winston

Time: February 15, 2013 all day
Location: 255 South Hill Street in Downtown L.A.
Street: South Hill Street
City/Town: Los Angeles California
Phone: (213) 623-4352.
Event Type: dance, and, storytelling., african, artifacts, fabric, historical, posters, will, also, be
Organized By: Jeffrey Winston
Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2013

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Event Description

Angelus Plaza

255 South Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

 

 

         NEWS RELEASE

 

 

          January 17, 2013                                          CONTACT:  Jeffrey Winston

          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                        (213)  623-4352    

 

 

           ANGELUS PLAZA TO HOST AFRICAN AMERICAN CELEBRATION    

 

       (Los Angeles, CA ---) On Friday, February 15th, The Angelus Plaza Senior Activity 

Center will present its annual African American Heritage Celebration.  Angelus Plaza islocated at 255 South Hill Street in Downtown L.A.  This festive event is set for 2:00 p.m. in the fourth floor auditorium. 

       Vocalist Dwight Trible and his rousing ensemble, will headline the show.  Mr. Trible's unique approach was critically-acclaimed in Europe, where he recently returned from another successful tour.  Cheer Champs, L.A., a youth group under the direction of Raven Kelly, will also perform.

Explore the culture of an enduring people and their contributions through music, dance and storytelling.

African artifacts, fabric and historical posters will also be displayed. Admission is free and open to the public.  Light refreshments will be served. 

For more information, call Jeffrey Winston at (213) 623-4352.

 

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