In celebration of Black History Month, this First Friday the Legacy Museum will host several local African American authors. Authors include: Barbara Davis, author of “Treasure of Heart”; Georgia G. Loving, author of “Mt. Athos, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” (with a summary by her daughter Bernice Nowlin); Rev. Rosie Spann-Johnson, author of “Making a Marriage Out of a Mess: God’s Way” and DuBois Miller, author of, “Ten on Tin”.
Come out and meet our local authors this Friday, February 7, 2014 from 5-8pm. Admission is free!
For more information contact the Legacy Museum at (434) 845-3455
Join us at the Legacy Museum for First Friday on February 7, from 5-8pm!
The event will feature local African American authors, open mike, a viewing of our current exhibit “Trouble Don’t Las’ Always” and a reception.
Admission is free.
Regular Museum Hours are 12- 4 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday and 2-4 p.m. on Sundays. For more information, call us at (434) 845-3455
Have you planned activities for Black History Month yet? Consider a visit to the Legacy Museum! Call and ask about group rates for students, youth groups, seniors or friends and family. We offer a guided tour for an excellent group rate. Call us at (434)845-3455 and book your tour today!