Third Thursday at the Museum

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ReVamped Third Thursday at the Museum 
Join the Museum for a free event on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.

This series is part coffeehouse, part artist and performing venue, part history lesson and community forum. This concept is intended to offer an entertaining and thought-provoking evening to community members. Each session will be planned by a different local host who will coordinate an hour-and-half show that is interactive, fun and interesting.

An intermission will feature quality small batch artisan coffee and delicious desserts

Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7 pm:

THIRD THURSDAY at the MUSEUM

An Evening with Ahmad Daniels – Martin Luther King; Beyond I Have a Dream

Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. was a multi-dimensional man all too often remembered solely for his “I Have a Dream” speech. Yet, there was another Dr. King that emerged after the Selma to Montgomery march and the subsequent Voting Rights Act of 1965. It was this King that was no longer invited to President Johnson’s White House and it was this King who believed the war in Viet Nam was unjust, evil, and futile. How familiar are you, really, with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Join us for the best local dessert and coffee and an event that is part artist portrait, part history lesson, part community forum and part creative event. Open to the public; donations welcome.

 

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