Rohi‘s Readery, The Square, and the School District of Palm Beach County’s Office of African, African American, Latino, Holocaust, and Gender Studies will team up for the second annual “See What I Can Be” Black History Month Kickoff celebration February 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Square in West Palm Beach. Guests are welcome to honor the multifaceted history and culture of African Diasporic people at the free family-friendly event, which will include live music, vendors, classes for children, and workshops for adults.
The celebration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a “Black History Month: The Origins of Hip Hop” Soul Cycle class led by instructor Shaynna. Sign up for the class here. For guests looking to flow, yoga instructor Jade Wonzo will lead a “Liberation of the Soul” class, focusing on breath work, inner strength, and mindfulness. The festivities officially kick off at 10:15 a.m. with Faith’s Place performance of “See What I Can Be,” followed by a performance by Whole Vibes’ “Freedom in Music.” For a full list of the day’s performances, workshops, and other activities, click here.