There are many opportunities to take part in commemorating the contributions of African-Americans in Bayview and San Francisco as a whole during Black History Month. Check out some events and celebrations below, or find another opportunity to explore, and take part in this tradition!

The San Francisco African American Historical & Cultural Society is hosting a video showcase and exhibition at the African American Art & Culture Complex on Saturday, Feb. 10 from noon to 8 p.m.

The San Francisco Public Library is featuring film screenings and literary events for adults, interactive events for teens, and hands-on activities for all ages throughout the month of February.

The de Young Museum has six galleries open through April 1, 2018 that honor “Revelations: Art from the African-American South.”

The Black Choreographers Festival celebrates African-American dance and culture with Bay Area choreographers performing the weekends of Feb. 17-18, Feb. 24-25 and March 3-4.

Tour the Bayview Opera House, a nationally registered Historic Place and one of the oldest cultural buildings in the city.

Enjoy free admission to the Museum of the African Diaspora on Feb. 15, or every third Thursday of the month, in Yerba Buena.