The Center for African American History, Arts, and Culture will host a haunted evening with the Aiken Symphony Orchestra on Friday, October 28 from 6-8pm.
In collaboration with the Aiken Symphony Orchestra, CAAHAC presents the first of three concert series. Tours of the building are provided by the center’s staff and volunteers, with free candy for everyone in costume.At 7 p.m., the quintet will begin a concert on his second floor. This concert will include some spooky selections ready for Halloween.
This event is free and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to wear their creepiest costumes.
A not-for-profit IRS 501 (c)(3) organization, the Aiken Symphony Orchestra dramatically enhances Aiken’s musical culture. ASO represents the best professional classical instrumental ensembles in South Carolina and Georgia. The Aiken Symphony Orchestra will significantly add the dynamism and sophistication necessary for Aiken to attract new businesses, employees, tourists and recent retirees to our community.
CAAHAC is also a nonprofit IRS 501 (c)(3) organization whose mission is to be an educational resource that supports both Aiken’s diversity and sense of community. This is accomplished by providing quality leadership and development in preserving the cultural history of African Americans throughout Aiken and Aiken County. The Center is actively involved in educational and public programs in collaboration with other community organizations.
For more information on the Center, please visit www.caahac.org.