Library marks Hispanic Heritage Month
The Atlantic City Free Public Library will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by offering a concert as part of its Fun Day Sunday program schedule.
Latin Jazz group Dicupe II will perform at 2 p.m. Sept. 22. The group draws its inspiration from classic soul and incorporates a multicultural polyrhythmic sound with jazz-induced progressions to create an unmistakably Latin feel. Dicupe has performed in venues throughout Atlantic City, New York and Philadelphia. The group’s song “Quiero Dormir Cansado” reached No. 9 on the WFDU 89.1 FM (New York) charts.
The concert and all Fun Day Sunday programs are free. Space is limited for the crafts programs, so those interested in attending are encouraged to register by calling 609-345-2269, ext. 3050.
Healing Clinic set
The New Redeemed Deliverance Temple COGIC Inc. presents “Healing Clinic 2013” from noon to 4 p.m. Sept. 28, honoring the memory and legacy of Elder Michelle Brown.
The event takes place at 1714 Arctic Ave., Atlantic City. An HIV/AIDS testing van will be on site for free testing, a donation will be made in Elder Brown’s name to help find a cure. There will be free refreshments and free giveaways.
To make a tax-deductible donation, call 609-428-5902 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free seminar addresses home ownership
The Atlantic City Housing Authority and Urban Redevelopment Agency and Money Management International presents a free home path seminar from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 20 at 912 Mediterranean Ave.
This program provides credit and budget education, information on predatory lending practices, information on community down payment assistance programs and affordable housing opportunities. To register, call 609-344-1107, ext. 204, and say “Seminar Yes,” and leave your name and phone number.
Light refreshments provided by Atlantic City Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
A.C. library presents ‘Flashback Fridays’
The Atlantic City Free Public Library will hold a weekly program series centered on family history and archives during October, which is American Archives Month.
From 1 to 2 p.m. on “Flashback Fridays,” staff members who work with the library’s Atlantic City Heritage Collections will show participants the best ways to preserve photographs, wedding gowns, digital files and more. Also, they will provide some tricks of the trade for researching one’s family history. The Flashback Fridays schedule is:
Seek and Find: Searching Your Family’s History Online on Oct. 4
Save Your Stuff! Your Personal Archives on Oct. 11
Avoid Digital Disaster: Organizing and Preserving Your Digital Life on Oct. 18
Taking Care of Your Treasures: Caring For Your Heirlooms on Oct. 25
The programs, which will be held in the Main Library’s second-floor meeting room, are free. Registration is not required. Call 609-345-2269, ext. 3060.
African American Heritage Museum expands
The African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey will open in the Noyes Museum Arts Garage Stockton College in Atlantic City this fall, part of the resort’s developing Arts District.
For more information on the museum, see aahmsnj.org.
Community Development Forum planned
Lighthouse Community Church’s IMAGE Young Adult Ministry has scheduled a Community Development Forum 11 a.m. Sept. 21.
This mission will be the collaborative effort of local officials, leaders, and community representatives.
For more information, call Christian D. Ragland at 609-383-1552.