Taste of Soul Sunday

Taste Of Soul Sunday

February 15, 2015, 1:00 – 4:30 pm

Join us as we celebrate African American history and culture at the tenth annual 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. Consider a gift today.

Parking is always free on Sunday in the library lot. The parking ramp at GRCC (north of our building) is also open on Sundays. Metered spots on the street are free on Sunday as well.

Schedule of events:

Time
Program
Location
1:00 pm Karisa Wilson, folk musician Level 1
1:30 pm 61Syx Teknique, dance group Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
1:30 pm Growing Up in Auburn Hills with Beverly Grant and Ellen James Adult Computer Training Center, Lower Level
1:30 pm Whatever Happened to Idlewild? with Coy Davis Jr. Youth Computer Training Center, Level 2
2:00 pm What Does Your Name Mean? Paint Party Storytime Room, Level 2
2:15 pm Storyteller John Steven Crowley Quiet Study Room, Lower Level
2:15 pm Exploring African American Quilts with Aleia Brown Vander Veen Center for the Book, Level 4
2:30 pm Serita’s Black Rose, soul group Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
3:00 pm Whatever Happened to Idlewild? with Coy Davis Jr. Youth Computer Training Center, Level 2
3:00 pm The Auburn Hills Neighborhood: Race and Grand Rapids from Past to Present with Jeremy Moore, Kyle Lim, Paula Triplett, Denise Evans, and Darel Ross Adult Computer Training Center, Lower Level
3:00 pm One Crazy Poetry Reading Children’s Area, Level 2
3:00 pm 61Syx Teknique Workshop Teen Area, Level 2
3:30 pm Imani Singers of Grand Rapids, gospel group Ryerson Auditorium, Level 3
3:45 pm Exploring African American Quilts with Aleia Brown Vander Veen Center for the Book, Level 4
3:45 pm Storyteller John Steven Crowley Quiet Study Room, Lower Level
All day Become a Reading Activist Children’s Area, Level 2