The community room at the Lemon Grove Library is being transformed again into a special celebration of important American history.
The , which was formed in 1996, is honoring Black History Month the best way they know how—with their voices. For the fourth year in a row, the choir will put on a show for Lemon Grove residents at the library next Tuesday.
Last year, emphatic gospel songs such as “Seek the Lord While He May Be Found” and “Worship the Lord/Can't Stop Praising His Name,” were performed at the concert. Attendees can expect some stellar solos during the singing event, as well.
Want to celebrate Black History Month with clapping, singing and meaning? Visit the on Feb. 28 for the musical treat from the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Choir. This event is free and beings at 6 p.m.