Tempe Historical Society Lunch Talks

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The Tempe Historical Society's 2017-2018 lunchtime lecture series runs through April 11, 2018 in the museum's Community Room.

February 14:

La Reina Cubana…..

with Sule Greg C Wilson 

Sule Greg Wilson’s lifelong passion is providing people experiences for growth and change.  He has over forty-five years as a dancer, storyteller, musician and “energy mover.” He is a photographer, writer, archivist and educator.  His musical talents grace documentary soundtracks, and the Carolina Chocolate Drops’ 2010 Grammy Award -winning recording, Genuine Negro Jig. Wilson’s book, “The Drummer’s Path: Moving the Spirit with Ritual and Traditional Drumming” is considered a standard in the field, and his play, Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville was nominated for Best Musical of 2011 by the Chicago Black Theatre Alliance.  Admission is free, with coffee and light refreshments provided.

THS Feb 2018 Wilson




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