Taste of Soul Sunday

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February 21, 2016, 1:00 – 4:30 pm

Join us as we celebrate African American history and culture at Taste of Soul Sunday. Listen, learn, play and eat.

This popular event is free and open to the public thanks to the support of the Grand Rapids Public Library Foundation and Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. Consider a gift today.

Parking is always free on Sunday in the library lot.  Metered spots on the street are free on Sunday as well.

Schedule of events:

Time
Program
Location
1:00 pm Sweet Willie Singleton, trumpeter Level 1
1:30 pm Nola Adé, vocalist Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
1:30 pm Inside a 1950s Black Barbershop with Daniel Groce, Jr. Adult Computer Training Center, Lower Level
2:15 pm Fable the Poet and Guests Storytime Room, Level 2
2:30 pm In the Tradition, jazz musicians Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
3:00 pm Inside a 1950s Black Barbershop with Daniel Groce, Jr. Youth Computer Training Center, Level 2
3:30 pm Asamu Johnson, blues musician Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
3:45 pm Fable the Poet and Guests Storytime Room, Level 2
All day Kid’s Activities Children’s Area, Level 2