Geneva College’s Multicultural Student Services (MSS) office will host “A Night of the Arts in Honor of Martin Luther King: The Man. The Vision. The Dream.” on Monday, January 20, 2014. The event will be held at 6 p.m. in Skye Lounge of the Student Center.
“A Night of the Arts” will include live jazz music by the Levels Group featuring percussionist Terry Levels of Pittsburgh’s Center of Life Jazz Band.
The evening will also feature a number of solo musical performances, as well as readings of Dr. King’s works.
This purpose of this annual celebration, which began in 2012, “is to have a time for people to engage the life and works of Martin Luther King, Jr. in a variety of ways,” said Director of MSS Kathy Kinzer-Downs “This evening is an expression of the arts, and provides an opportunity for the campus and community to gather together to celebrate Dr. King.”
“A Night of the Arts” is free and open to the students, faculty and staff of Geneva College, as well as everyone in the surrounding Beaver County communities. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
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