This dance and drum performance will bring a beat to the beginning of Black History Month.
Asante’s African Dance & Dance Safari, coming to Patchogue-Medford Library this Sunday at 2 p.m.-3 p.m., will feature a blend of music and storytelling. The host, Asante, will use words, music and dance to create an interactive event for all ages.
The performance is taking place in Meeting Room A&B and is free to the public. Registration is encouraged either online by clicking here, or by calling the library at 631-654-4700.