February is Black History Month, and the Grand Rapids Public Library wants to give the public a little Taste Of Soul with its annual event by the same name.
Taste of Soul Sunday is an annual event featuring food sampling from local restaurants, lectures by local authors, historians, artists, live music and children's activities.
Music performances include Kevin Murphy, Lade Ace Boogie featuring DJ Dean Martian and Orlando, Serita's Black Rose, and The Gospel Believers.
The annual event celebrates African American culture and heritage in the Grand Rapids community. Plus, everything is free.
Taste of Soul Sunday will take place at the Main Library, located at 111 Library Street NE from 1-4:30 p.m.
For more information, visit grpl.org/tasteofsoul.