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Black History Month at the Legacy Museum:

February 5th- Part 1- Film Screening of “The Abolitionists” to be held at the Lynchburg Public Library (Presented by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Human Rights/Lynchburg Community Council, in cooperation with the Legacy Museum of African American History)

6 p.m. – February 5, 2014 – Lynchburg Public Library

February 7th- First Friday at the Legacy Museum! “Open Mike” featuring local African American Authors; wine and cheese refreshments.

Authors include: Barbara Davis, author of “Treasure of Heart”; Georgia G. Loving, author of “Mt. Athos, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”; Rev. Rosie Spann-Johnson author of, “Making a Marriage Out of a Mess: God’s Way” and Dubois Miller, author of, “Ten on Tin”.

5 p.m.-8 p.m. – February 7, 2014- Legacy Museum

February 15thA Performed /Stage Reading, “In My Son’s Nameby Jennifer Lipford Petticolas. Two performances: 3pm and 7:30pm. Cost – $10- Seating is limited. All Proceeds to benefit the Legacy Museum of African American History!

Two showings: 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.- Legacy Museum- Seating is Limited!

February 19th Part 2- Film Screening of “The Abolitionists” to be held at the Lynchburg Public Library (Presented by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. / Lynchburg Council Center for Human Rights in cooperation with the Legacy Museum of African American History)

6 p.m. – February 19, 2014 – Lynchburg Public Library

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