Roswell Roots: Festival of Black History & Culture Reception & Proclamation
Join the Roswell Roots Committee for the Roswell Roots 2020 Opening Reception and National Black History Month proclamation by Mayor and City Council. Light refreshments and snacks served during reception. View local artwork by Roswell Students honoring Black History Month during the reception! The reception and proclamation are both free and open to the public.
Roswell Roots Opening Reception at 5 PM
National Black History Month Proclamation at 7 PM
City Hall Gallery Exhibit: "Honoring Black History Month"
featuring artwork by Roswell elementary students:
Esther Jackson • Hembree Springs • Hillside • Mimosa • Mountain Park • River Eves • Roswell North • Sweet Apple
City Hall Gallery Exhibit
January 20-March 6
Monday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM, FREE
Roswell City Hall
38 Hill St., Roswell, GA
Roswell Roots, sponsored by the City of Roswell, Georgia, is one of the largest black history celebrations in North America. The month-long festival has continued to be a community and regional success for over 20 years. It is a celebration comprised of diverse aspects of art, literature, music, film, culinary arts and history.
More information about Roswell Roots at RoswellRoots.com