Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida Inc.

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Staying over to attend Community EXPO? 
Book your stay with our group rate.

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Come on out and enjoy the festivities as we celebrate National School Choice Week and celebrate our Community together! 

While visiting the area, here are some things of interest you can do!

Black Historical Places in DeLand, Florida


Painter's Pond Mural Walk

The mural is in celebration of the People of Color who lived and worked in ‘Red City’ & ‘Little Africa’ and helped to make DeLand the vibrant place it is today,”


African American Museum of the Arts

This wonderful museum contains a revolving display of art, and over 150 African-related artifacts.

325 S Clara Ave, DeLand, FL


The Burgess Pavilion at DeLand Memorial Hospital-Originally constructed in 1926, the Burgess Pavilion was the first hospital to serve West Volusia’s black citizens.

240 N. Stone Street DeLand, FL


Further Out- Visit Bethune Cookman University, Jackie Robinson BallPark, Zora Festival

Painter's Pond

 

African American Museum of Arts

 

The Burgess Pavilion at DeLand Memorial Hospital

 

Attendees can register for Community EXPO 2020 by clicking the link below. Register for this FREE event here!