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Black Events Calendar: October -November

October 12 -14

1st Annual City Wide Revival “Together We Can”

Organized by the Interdenominational Pastoral Fellowship of Lexington and Vicinity – Evangelists from around the country will be preaching around town

Kick Off Event – October 12

Mass Worship Service 

St. John Baptist Church 512 Thurman Lane at 12 noon

For more information call 859-621-1156

 

October 13 (and Each Thursday)

Free Zumba Fitness Class

William Wells Brown Community Center

548 E. Sixth Street 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

For more information call 859-389-6678

 

October 16

Keep Hope Alive Radio

Host: Rev. Jesse Jackson

Every Sunday at 8am

then

Key Conversations Radio

Host: Lezell Lowe w/ Andrea James

Sunday at 10am on Groovin’ 1580AM or www.groovin1580.com

Featuring: 16th Anniversary of the Million Man March: Special Conversation with Dr. Ben Chavis-Muhammad on his involvement with the Million Man March and Nation of Islam

 

October 20

Operation Voter Turnout Candidate Forum

Confirmed Political Candidates: Gov. Steve Beshear, Gatewood Galbraith, Attorney General Jack Conway, Alison Lundergan Grimes, Bill Johnson and State Auditor John Kemper

Shiloh Baptist Church, 237 E. Fifth Street, Lexington, KY at 6 p.m.

 

October 22-23 and 28-29

UK Opera Theater presents Romeo and Juliette

Lexington Opera House Evenings 7:30 Sunday 2 p.m.

859-233-3535 (see ad page 16)

 

October 23

Keep Hope Alive Radio

Host: Rev. Jesse Jackson

Every Sunday at 8am

then

Key Conversations Radio

Host: Lezell Lowe w/ Dr. Sonja Feist-Price

Featuring: “What’s In The News w/Sister Patrice”

Sunday at 10am

Groovin’ 1580AM or

www.groovin1580.com

 

October 27 

“Hip-Hop and Economic Recovery: Real Talk with Talib Kweli”

University of Kentucky – Memorial Hall

General Admission: $7 call 859-257-4130 for more information

www.uky.edu/MLKCC

 

October 28

LFUCG Minority and Women Business Connection

Come “connect” with the divisions of Lexington City Government

Showcase your business and learn about city buying needs

Phoenix Building 101 E. Vine 2-4 p.m.

Register at www.lexingtonky.gov/MWBE

Call 859-258-3320

 

October 30

Keep Hope Alive Radio

Host: Rev. Jesse Jackson

Every Sunday at 8am

then

Key Conversations Radio

Host: Lezell Lowe w/ Dr. Sonja Feist-Price

Featuring: “What’s In The News w/Sister Patrice”

Sunday at 10am

Groovin’ 1580AM or

www.groovin1580.com

 

November 1

“Mooz-lum”

University of Kentucky Student Center-Worsham Theater – 7p.m. 

An independent film starring Evan Ross, featuring Danny Glover and Nia Long, tell the story of a Black Muslim college freshman and his family. This fictional film is based on actual events including the events of 9/11. Discussion to follow; co-sponsored by Arabic & Islamic Studies and Muslim Students Association.

 

November 5

Robert H. Williams Cultural Center Annual Musical

Shiloh Baptist Church 237 E. Fifth Street 4 p.m.

This is fundraising concert is to help keep this facility operable. Music coordinated by Mr. Charles Little and Melvin Banks. (The community center is open daily and is available for rent. Call 859-255-5066 for rental information.)

 

November 6

Keep Hope Alive Radio

Host: Rev. Jesse Jackson

Every Sunday at 8am

then

Key Conversations Radio

Host: Lezell Lowe w/Andrea James

Featuring: “What’s In The News w/Sister Patrice”

Sunday at 10am

Groovin’ 1580AM or

www.groovin1580.com

 

NOVEMBER 8

ELECTION DAY

VOTE EARLY!!!

 

November 14

“Dark Girls”

University of Kentucky Student Center-Worsham Theater – 7p.m. 

This documentary by actor/director Bill Duke, explores the deep-seated, historically based dysfunction and bias experienced by dark-skinned Black women. Discussion to follow; moderated by Dr. Melynda Price, College of Law.

November 19

2011 Musical Heritage Celebration

A fund raiser for the Dr. Roy P. Peterson Memorial Scholarship

University of Kentucky Memorial Hall – 4 p.m.

General $20/Seniors $15/Students $10

For tickets call 225-0370 visit www.lexarts.tix.com

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