Amherstburg Freedom Museum

Windsor Symphony Orchestra Presents: Family Concert: Singing with Flo (Windsor)

The Capitol Theatre 121 University Avenue W, Windsor

Join the WSO, vocalist Flo Ndimubandi, and the talented singers of the Windsor EssexYouth Choir for a concert that highlights the brilliance of black composers. With music from Scott Joplin,Joseph Bologne, and Oscar Peterson, the whole family will be captivated! Also, get ready to sing along topieces like “This Little Light of Mine” and “Oh […]

$5

Library Live Children’s and Teen Clubs – BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAM

Windsor Public Library John Muir Branch 363 Mill St, Windsor

Join as we share books, activities and games related to heroes and sheroes from the Africandiaspora. CONTACT: MS. JANET C. BROWN 519-255-6770 EXT: 7700 jbrown@windsorpubliclibrary.com LOCATION: WINDSOR PUBLIC LIBRARY, JOHN MUIR BRANCH - MAIN FLOOR

Windsor West Indian Association’s Flavors of Freedom Annual Black History Brunch

Caribbean Centre 2410 Central Ave., Windsor, ON, Canada

Featuring delicious Caribbean cuisine, the Windsor West Indian Association’s annual BlackHistory Brunch is happening 12-4 p.m. Admission $25 for adults, $15 for children under 12. Tickets can be purchased by calling (519) 945-0213 or by e-mail to secretary@wwia.club or at the door.

$15 – $25

A Blaze of Story, Featuring Erik E-Tomic Johnson

Café Amor & Art 1464 Ottawa Street, Windsor

Join poet Erik E-Tomic Johnson and City of Windsor Multicultural Storyteller Teajai Travisfor a Blaze of Story. Erik E-Tomic Johnson is a local hip-hop inspired wordsmith from Windsor-Essexregion, and a proud son of Sandwich Towne in Windsor's west end as well as a member of the afroindigenous community and a poet and advocate for artists […]

The Windsor Public Library Presents – Adult and Senior – Black History Month Peaceful Place to Paint

Windsor Public Library John Muir Branch 363 Mill St, Windsor

Adults and seniors, join us on the 3rd Thursday of the month from February - June.  Allsupplies will be provided.  We are using acrylic paint. Each week a different artist style will be featuredto help you improve your painting skills or inspire you to learn how to paint.  This is a program for all skilllevels.  […]

Beauty Is Me Presents: BLACK is Beautiful: A Celebration of Strength, Resilience and Triumph

Caribbean Centre 2410 Central Ave., Windsor, ON, Canada

You are invited to join us for a great evening celebrating black history. While much of ourhistory is marred by oppression, discrimination, and prejudice, we celebrate the generations of peoplewho led the march towards freedom that we continue to advocate for today. This celebration willhonour prominent persons of the past and powerful activists in our […]

The Artists of Colour Present – The Never-Ending Quest for Inclusion

Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre 3277 Sandwich St. W, Windsor, ON, Canada

The Never-Ending Quest for Inclusion is the second portion of The Artists of Colour “Journeys” Project. This special presentation is a fine arts-based project featuring original paintings that are accompanied with historical information fact filled panels that lead visitors on their quest to learn more. QR codes on each sectional panel create a seamless way […]

Free

Celebrating the Next Generation of Black Youth Excellence

Windsor Essex Community Health Centre - Teen Health Site 1361 Ouellette Ave, Windsor

Windsor Essex Community Health Centre, free admission. Guest Speakers, performances, games, food, prizes and much more! Visit www.wechc.org or contact Olu Ogunde, Case Worker for more information at (519) 253-8481 ext.290.