The African American Cultural Society, Inc. held a Jazz Concert in recognition of African American Music Appreciation Month with live jazz by Rob’s Jazz Express, on Wednesday June 30, 2021 from 4:00pm – 10:00pm.   The theme of the event was a Hawaiian Luau. This was the Center’s first publicly held event since its doors closed, due to the pandemic, in March of 2020.
AACS was encouraged by the more than 130 people who came out and expressed their appreciation and enjoying of the event, as a good time was had by all including the entertainers.  There was line dancing between jazz sets and a lot of camaraderie.   The food was delicious, the tropical cocktails set the atmosphere and the live music was superb.
 
Located at 4422 North US Hwy 1, one block north of White View, the AACS will provide a schedule of recurring programs starting in September 2021.  The Center will be closed in August for renovations in preparation for its Thirtieth Year Anniversary Celebration, October 22-24, 2021, with Barbara Lee as the featured speaker.  Stay tuned for additional information.
Information and photos courtesy of AACS, Inc.
About the African American Cultural Society
The African American Cultural Society, Inc. (AACS) is one of a limited few, self-supporting organizations of its kind in Florida. At its core, the organization was created with the gifts and donations of the funds, resources and time of generous people who are committed to our mission; “to preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritage of African Americans through social, educational, artistic and intellectual activities” deemed to be in the best interests of the entire community.
Since 1991 AACS has provided community service through its cultural, educational and social programs, its participation with local non-profit and community service organizations, its service to families and youth in the community and local schools, and by providing opportunities for volunteerism. In addition, their Cultural Center’s a dynamic, historic and present-day resource of African and African American heritage and culture, art and information.
Through the development of the Robert and Erma Brooks Resource Center, which opened September 2018, and its gallery and exhibit space, the AACS enhances their offerings to the community. Through the support of our membership and sponsors, we aspire to continue to address some of the community’s most pressing needs. Membership in the AACS is open to all interested individuals, companies and organizations. AACS is located at the heart of central Florida in Flagler County on the east coast. A non-profit federal tax-exempt corporation via Section 501c(3)

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