A full slate of entertainment, including art exhibits and a cultural fair, will begin this week at Cal Lutheran in celebration of Black History Month.
"Voices," a musical revue of African-American history in music, song and dance, will be performed at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Samuelson Chapel.
Featured is the 15-member Fire Choir accompanied by a piano trio.
"Their work is very dramatic," event coordinator Kasandra Sheard said.
The professionally touring choir performs spirituals, folk songs and a Billie Holiday piece, which Sheard said is one of the highlights of the performance.
Tickets are $5 or free for those with CLU identification.
Pearson Library will exhibit a variety of African-American art from Monday through Feb. 24. Featured are sculptures, crafts and works from local painter Gloria Jones.