The unique blend of rock, R & B, fussion jazz, swing and Motown played by this multi-dimensional performer is not to be missed.
Dear Farmer Brown,Farmer Brown will not give in to their demands, so they go on strike and withhold their milk. It's not long before the hens feel the chill in the barn and join the strike.
The barn is very cold at night. We'd like some electric blankets.
BPL @ Night presents the Nathifa Dance Company, which will entertain patrons of all ages with an exciting program of West African dance and drumming at the North Birmingham Regional Library on Tuesday evening, July 7. Founded in 1994, this dance company was the first Birmingham African-American troupe to offer training in West African dance and drumming to children and young adults. The stated purpose of the dance company is to serve as a vehicle for artistic enrichment and expression while educating and empowering youth to explore their human potential for personal growth and social integration. Please join us for an entertaining evening of West African dance and drumming, performed by the talented young people of the Nathifa Dance Company.
Where: North Birmingham Regional Library Auditorium
2501 31st Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35207
July 7, 2009
BPL@Night has been made possible by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. BPL would also like to thank the Alabama Power Company Foundation and the Daniel Foundation of Alabama for their generous support of BPL@Night.