Welcome to the National Black Coalition of Canada – Edmonton chapter

Supporting all blacks in the Edmonton community, NBCC is the proud organizer of the annual Black History Month celebrations

BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2015 INFORMATION AND EVENTS

Banquet Awards of Excellence

Black History Month 2015 Edmonton Closing Event –  Banquet of Awards for Excellence Saturday March 14th at Chateau Louis

Black History Month 2015 Edmonton Opening Ceremonies at West Edmonton Mall

Black History Month 2015 Edmonton Opening Ceremonies Saturday Jan 31st at West Edmonton Mall

Black History Month 2015 Church Service at St. Faith’s Anglican Church

Black History Month 2015 Church Service at  St. Faith’s Anglican Church
February 1, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Anglican Diocese of Edmonton
St. Faith’s Anglican Church
11725-93 Street NW
Edmonton AB T5G 1E2

For further information please call
Rev. Dr. Adenike Yesufu : 780-476-6589
Joy Thomas : 780-298-7074

Black History Month 2015 Edmonton Gospel Concert at the Jubilee Auditorium

Black History Month Gospel Concert:
Saturday, February 7th, 2015 – 7:00 pm

Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Tickets – $25 (Ticketmaster, Joy: 780.298.7074, Ken: 780.915.1837)

Featuring: Essence of Praise, All Nations, Fresh Manna Choirs

RCCG (Rhema Voices), Danny Moore, Deadra Chester,
Audrey French, Inspired, Unspoken Voices
Special Guest: Terrell Edwards

National Black Coalition of Canada – Edmonton chapter


Black History Month 2015 Sponsors

Edmonton HeritageCTVWEM
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Investment Funds advisor
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Office: 780-465-2033
Cell: 780-802-3757
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Government of Canada

The Government of Canada provided funding to support this event

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