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Online registration for Spring classes begins March 13 at 8am
Registration will be online via Eventbrite:
Class fees will be collected in person at our center the week following registration. See the flyer for details.
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Starting over 50 years ago, the Kinsey’s have been on a journey of collecting fine art and primary source historical objects that document the African American experience and illuminate the untold stories of Black Excellence throughout U.S. history. The exhibition focuses on the lives, accomplishments, and brilliance of African Americans from the 16th century through the years of slavery and emancipation to the civil rights movement and modern-day.
Join us for a lively discussion of the Big Read book Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu. This will be a hybrid meeting so you are welcome to come by in person or join via Zoom. Free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to request the Zoom link
This is an immersive experience with arts and crafts, singing and dancing, stories, and games. It is open to all Viet language levels and ages, with activities geared toward ages 2 – 6.
This nearly two-acre private Japanese garden and traditional teahouse opens its doors to the public on a weekly basis. First constructed in the late 1930s and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005, the garden features two ponds, four bridges, and a cascading waterfall, all centered around a Japanese tea house. Fridays and Saturdays, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m., Sundays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. $12, Register in advance at the website
This solo show by Komla Letsu Phillip is a collective of acrylic canvases painted by the artist in his studio in Ho, Ghana. In his first solo presentation, Komla promotes genuine acceptance of oneself. In a world where we are constantly stimulated, Komla uses his work to express what silence makes him feel. The works depict figures in lively settings with distinctive blue eyes that subliminally signify mental peace.