In this talk, local historian Heather Rennalls will discuss who, how, and why Black History Month was created both in the United States and in Canada. She will also explain why Black History Month is important.
This event will be followed by a free soup and sandwich lunch (donations welcome). Please register in advance by telling us you're 'Going' on this event page or contacting the Museum by email or phone.
As the pandemic situation changes policies regarding masking and vaccination certificates may be reconsidered and attendees will be notified of any new restrictions closer to the time of the event.
In this talk, local historian Heather Rennalls will discuss who, how, and why Black History Month was created both in the United States and in Canada. She will also explain why Black History Month is important.
This event will be followed by a free soup and sandwich lunch (donations welcome). Please register in advance by telling us you're 'Going' on this event page or contacting the Museum by email or phone.
As the pandemic situation changes policies regarding masking and vaccination certificates may be reconsidered and attendees will be notified of any new restrictions closer to the time of the event.
In this talk, local historian Heather Rennalls will discuss who, how, and why Black History Month was created both in the United States and in Canada. She will also explain why Black History Month is important.
This event will be followed by a free soup and sandwich lunch (donations welcome). Please register in advance by telling us you're 'Going' on this event page or contacting the Museum by email or phone.
As the pandemic situation changes policies regarding masking and vaccination certificates may be reconsidered and attendees will be notified of any new restrictions closer to the time of the event.
In this talk, local historian Heather Rennalls will discuss who, how, and why Black History Month was created both in the United States and in Canada. She will also explain why Black History Month is important.

This event will be followed by a free soup and sandwich lunch (donation welcome). Please register in advance by telling us you're 'Going' on the Facebook event page, or contacting the Museum by email or phone.

Please note, as the pandemic situation changes policies regarding masking and vaccination certificates may be reconsidered and attendees will be notified of any new restrictions closer to the time of the event.

Event Information

February 8, 2023
heritage
11AM
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519-863-3101
89 Stover St. North, Norwich, ON