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Black History Month

WKCTC continues to celebrate Black History Month with the Harlem Gospel Choir, Spoken Word: Urban Style Poetry, and more!

  • Harlem Gospel Choir February 9, 7:30p.m. in the Clemens Fine Arts Center
    From the heart of Harlem in New York City, the Harlem Gospel Choir, travels the world as the ambassadors for the African American culture. The choir has performed for Nelson Mandela and Pope John Paul II, shared the stage with legendary artists such as Diana Ross, Bono, Lyle Lovett, and performed for Pope Benedict XVI and 60,000 people in Yankee Stadium! This is a musical experience not to be missed!
  • Murr Vegas All Stars Unplugged February 23, 7:30p.m. in the Clemens Fine Arts Center
    The Murr Vegas All Stars Unplugged will perform a Backstage Pass in Clemens Fine Arts Center in an intimate coffee house setting will feature Stephen Keene with vocals, Drew Collins on guitar and Billy Cramer on bass for a night of blues, motown and classic rock. Tickets are $6 at the door.
  • Super Sunday, February 24
    9:30a.m. at Harrison Street Baptist Church, church services to follow
    1:00p.m. at 9th Street Church of Christ, following church services
    Super Sunday is an annual event that partners with African American churches across the state to promote the importance of getting a college education. WKCTC representatives will be available to talk with potential students and their families about the admissions process, how to apply for financial aid and the various college programs and services, and more!
    We will have light refreshments and door prizes at both churches. Everyone is invited to attend Super Sunday! Help spread the word!!
  • Spoken Word: Urban Style Poetry - February 27, 11:00 a.m. in the Student Center
    Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy a special presentation on urban style poetry. Spoken Word begins at 11:00 a.m. in the Student Center on February 27.