Black History Month Celebration – Highline Heritage Museum
February 8General Admission $8; Youth Discount (6-16) $4; Museum Members Free for Museum members.
Come celebrate Black History Month at the Highline Heritage Museum!
- 10 AM – Her-story Conversation between Donna Worrell and Aisha Hassan. The conversation will cover old and new stories about coming to this country. Presented by the American Association of University Women.
- Noon – Dr. Georgia McDade is founder and charter member of the African-American Writers’ Alliance. Since 1991 she has shared the magic of her original stories.
- 1 PM – Presentation of the exhibit, “In Our Shoes.” Thirty-one members from the Highline area and the Lake Burien Presbyterian Church went on a seven-day pilgrimage, bringing back stories of significant Black Woman and leaders who have made a profound impact on the nation and on our community.
- 2 PM – Kisa Hendrickson is Chief Engagement & Parnership Officer for Highline Public Schools. She will present an overview of what is happening in the school district and address ways to celebrate each other.
- 3 PM – Brazilian presentation and music by African/South American musician Duda Almeida.