Laguna Beach Ethnic Diversity and Black History Month Celebrations February 2022

Laguna Beach Ethnic Diversity & Black History Month Celebrations February 2022

Laguna Beach Ethnic Diversity and Black History Month Celebrations February 2022.

The City of Laguna Beach recognizes the month of February 2022 as Ethnic Diversity and Black History Month.

Dr. Rebecca Washington-Lindsey and her group, We All Matter, are sponsoring and organizing the month’s events.

Ethnic Diversity & Black History Month Celebration Schedule

Wednesday February 9 2022 at 5:00pm: City Hall Temporary Art Dedication
The temporary dedication of Anastasis by Sculptor Gerald Stripling is part of Laguna Beach Ethnic Diversity & Black History Month.
For the entire month of February, the Laguna Art Museum will feature the temporary public art piece, Anastasis, by Laguna Beach Sculptor Gerald Stripling.
According to the artist, Anastasis represents health, happiness, and communication during times of uncertainty.
You are invited to join in on Wednesday February 9 2022 at 5:00pm at the City Hall Lawn as the City ceremoniously unveil’s Anastasis!
Laguna Beach City Hall Lawn is located at 505 Forest Avenue

Thursday February 17 2022 at 4:00pm: Laguna Beach Library “Stories Around the World”.
Virtual storytelling on Zoom.
To register, please email ocpl.lagunabeach@occr.ocgov.com.
Craft kits are available for pick up at the library while supplies last!

Thursday February 24 2022 at 4:00pm: Laguna Beach Library “Stories Around the World”.
Virtual storytelling on Zoom.
To register, please email ocpl.lagunabeach@occr.ocgov.com.
Craft kits are available for pick up at the library while supplies last!

Thursday February 24 2022 at 6:00pm: Laguna Beach Living Together Reception at Susi Q
This event is organized and sponsored by Dr. Rebecca Washington-Lindsey and her group, We All Matter.
To RSVP, please email lbdiversity2022@gmail.com.
Laguna Beach Community & Susi Q Center is located at 380 3rd Street

Best Health Practices

For Current Best Health Practices please visit the State of California and CDC.
The State of California strongly recommends that people who are eligible be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to attending an outdoor or indoor event. Masks are strongly encouraged when you are unable to physically distance.

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