Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for students, free for children under 12. No credit cards please. Guests will enjoy traditional soul food, entertainment and a silent auction from 6 - 7 p.m.
Entertainment will be provided by Made Men from Dayton featuring a wide array of music: rock and roll, blues, jazz, r&b, and hip hop.
The menu will include fried chicken or fried catfish, collard greens, red beans and rice, macaroni and cheese, cornbread and muffins, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, pound cake and drinks.
The Taste of Soul Luncheon in Middletown will be held from from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m on Wednesday, Feb. 14 in the Miriam G. Knoll Community Center (142 Johnston Hall).
Enjoy an instrumental performance by Ed “Sax” Thomas. The luncheon will offer fried chicken or fried catfish, collard greens, green beans, macaroni and cheese, candied sweet potatoes, potato salad, cole slaw, red beans and rice, pound cake, sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, cornbread, dinner rolls and punch. Admission is $8, no credit cards please. Carryout is available, no call-in orders.
To assure there is enough food, RSVP online at www.MiamiOH.edu/Regionals/RSVP or call 513-785-3024. Miami University Regionals’ Hamilton campus is located at 1601 University Blvd. The Middletown campus is located at 4200 N. University Blvd.
MORE: February is Black History Month
Miami U. Martin Luther King , Jr. march
Miami U. is hosting Dr. Lawrence A.Q. Burnley, Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion at the University of Dayton, to discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and how he infused social activism strategies with the black church starting at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12 at the Martin Luther King Uptown Park.
Booker T. Washington Center event
Hamilton’s Booker T. Washington Center will host its Black History Month program from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17.
Enjoy the Black History exhibits and a delicious bowl of bean soup and corn bread. There is no charge to attend.
Miami U. Black Student, Staff and Faculty Networking Mixer
The Black Student, Staff, and Faculty Networking Mixer, sponsored by The Graduate Students of Color Association, the Multicultural Business Association, and the National Black Law Student Association at Miami University are hosting an evening of food, fun, and fellowship from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 21 at the Armstrong Pavilion A.
Dance Storytelling Presentation
Presented by SMAG Dance Collective, this Dance Storytelling Presentation will push the boundaries of contemporary dance through eclecticism of movement. The program starts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22 at the MidPointe Library, 125 South Broad Street, Middletown.
She Sang Freedom
She Sang Freedom is an interactive program that explores how black women musicians have used music as a means of documenting and promoting the struggle for equality and social justice in America. The program starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23 at the Atrium Medical Center Professional Building.
The program combines a historical framework, which is set through multi-media images and historical accounts, with live musical performances that move through slavery, the Popular Front in 1940s New York, the front lines of the Civil Rights Movements, and the proliferation of the Black Power movement in the 1970s.
Blackout Showcase at Miami University
In honor of Black History month, students are welcomed to share and showcase any talent or skill here at Miami University for the Blackout Showcase. This community free event is opened to all ages, race and genders which also includes raffle tickets at the price of $1 to win a custom hoodie. All proceeds will be donated to the Dream Keepers Cincinnati outreach program. The event will be from 7 to 9 p.m. in Benton Hall, room 102.
Third annual Black History Month Community Speaker Series
The Third Annual Black History Month Community Speaker Series, presented by the Black Agenda Cincinnati in conjunction with the Health Gap, Cincinnati Herald, National Action Network (NAN) and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Cincinnati (SCLC), will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24 at the Renew Community Church, 2129 West North Bend Rd. in Cincinnati.
Carl B. Westmoreland, senior historian for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati is the keynote speaker. He will address the importance of remembering and capturing the rich cultural history of the black community in Cincinnati. The theme of the event is “If we don’t record our own history, who will?”
History Comes to Life with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
From 3 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb 25 at the Oxford Lane Library, 441 S. Locust Street, Oxford, kids from age 6 to 11 can enjoy learning about the early history of African American culture through an interactive experience with a historical interpreter.
Miami University Black History Month Banquet
The Black History Month Banquet culminates a month-long series of events on campus, and will feature dinner, special performances and a keynote address by Dr. Talea Drummer, director of the Student Multicultural Center at Kent State University. The event will be held on Monday Feb. 28 and the deadline to purchase tickets from the Miami Univ. ticket office is Feb. 19 at noon.