Farmingville, NY – – On February 18, Supervisor Ed Romaine was a guest at the Of Colors The Power of Love Black History and Diversity Celebration at ArtSpace in Patchogue. The annual event, which was organized and hosted by Of Colors Creative Collective founder and president, Tracy Todd Hunter. The celebration included musical performances, poetry and prose. The Supervisor praised Mr. Hunter for the work that he does in promoting the arts in Brookhaven Town and his dedication to the betterment of the greater Patchogue community. Pictured left to right are Tracy Todd Hunter (seated); Supervisor Ed Romaine; Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri; Suffolk County Legislator Dominick Thorne and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone.
Of Colors Creative Collective is an award-winning arts and culture organization that encourages and promotes diversity, equity, inclusivity and equal opportunity. We showcase cultural and artistic/creative events and exhibitions in a communal gallery/event space in Artspace Patchogue along with community venues. For more information, go to ofcolorscollective on Facebook.