South Orange Black History Month Celebration at The Fox and Falcon

PROGRAM Hosted by South Orange Trustee Deborah Davis Ford

• African American Musical History from 1928 – present performed by History Maker  Nat Adderley Jr. and Bassist Darry Clark.

• History of South Orange African American Residents presented by Rev. Richardson  of First Baptist Church of South Orange, NJ

Save Our Nations: Presentation of helping African Americans locally and African Community on the continent presented by Michael Gray.

All are welcome to come on out to listen, learn and enjoy this historical journey.
Join us at The Fox and Falcon Restaurant in South Orange, NJ. and your
No Cover, Complimentary bits, bites, cash bar and full menu available.

1 BLACK HITORY MONTH BW

 

February is the month for celebrating African American history. This program will feature impactful and inspiring African Americans with strong ties to the South Orange and the community overall.

PROGRAM Hosted by South Orange Trustee Deborah Davis Ford

Deborah Davis Ford
• African American Musical History from 1928 – present performed by Nat Adderley Jr. and Darry Clark

nat addereley jr

Darryl Clark

• History of South Orange African American Residents presented by Rev. Richardson

Rev T. Richardson
• Save Our Nations: Presentation of helping African Americans locally and African Community on the continent presented by Michael Gray.

Michael Gray

Event CoChairs:  South Orange Trustee Deborah Davis Ford and Gregory Burrus invite all to come on out to listen, learn and enjoy this historical journey.

Join us at The Fox and Falcon Restaurant in South Orange, NJ.

The Fox and Falcon
No Cover, Complimentary bits, bites, cash bar and full menu available.

Contact Information
  1. Event Cohost Gregory Burrus
  2. 8622057660

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Published by Gregory Burrus

Gregory Burrus, Photojournalist, Live Music Ambassador, Arts and Entertainment Writer, Blogger, Business Reviewer, and Community Events Reporter. Gregory Burrus is a supporter of local businesses and community events with a passion for jazz and blues but loves all genres of music who secures and provides opportunities for musicians to perform all over Northern New Jersey and New York City. Gregory Burrus documents events at Newark Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies Newark’s - Clements Place Jazz, the biweekly Jazz973 Series and is the local resident photographer of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center - NJPAC Jazz Jams. Gregory reports on the South Orange NJ Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concerts, South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) Playing Pianos Around South Orange, NJ and is the founder, curator of South Orange 24 Hours of Music Jamboree and the South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jams. Gregory Burrus reviews the Jazzy Nights Live Music program, the Maplewood Community Music Concert and Big Band program along with booking, promoting and curating many other live music events around the greater New York, New Jersey area. Gregory is an avid photographer, videographer, promotes arts and entertainment events through social media marketing, writing articles, blogging and photojournalism as a South Orange NJ Patch Journalist. You can also find published content on Jersey Indie, Medium and a few other sites. Having fun, living life, while helping others.

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