The annual John Gwynn Black History program will take place from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at Proctor Recreation Center in Peoria.
The event is hosted by the Peoria Park District — a member of the Illinois Parks & Recreation Association, and will focus on the history of dance and black-American contributions to the art form. The event promises to show-and-tell the extensive, centuries long history of the art form—including the cultivation of different genres of dance, how dance was once used as a method of healing, a way to express emotions and its use for exercise.
The event is free to the public. Proctor Recreation Center is located at 309 S. DuSable in Peoria—which is a Peoria Park District property. The district has provided a full schedule of the night in the Peoria Park District Playbook, which can be obtained at all district-owned facilities, as well as most local businesses and libraries.
For more information on future district events or to learn more about Peoria Parks, visit their website.
100 SW Water St
Peoria, IL - 61602