Calhoun County celebrates the success, the struggles, and the sacrifices of African- Americans with the 34th Annual Black Heritage Festival at the Anniston Museum of Natural History. There will be musical performances by the Cobb Elementary School Choir and the Miles College Choir. Also, Elementary students from two local schools will present African masks. The event will take place Saturday, February 15th from 10:00am until 3:00pm. And, admission is free. Vendors will be selling crafts, clothing, arts, and collectibles for your shopping pleasure. And, Smokin’ Hot Barbecue will be onsite to provide attendees with some good eats. This is one of Alabama’s best known and longest running Black History Festivals.