Heritage Series February
Thursday, February 21, 2013, 7:30pm
Herbert D. Doan History Center
Free to MCHS Members
Please note that members must register via the Ticket Office for their free tickets. MCHS members can purchase tickets for non-member friends at half off.
Historical, musical, educational and participative programs designed to enhance your appreciation of the role Midland County plays in our collective histories. Presented four times a year at Heritage Park. Past topics include Michigan history, Victorian gardening, antiques and collectibles.
February's Topic: An Evening with Miz Rosie Chapman:
The Spirit of Rosa Parks
February is Black History Month which celebrates the history of African-American people and their achievements. The Midland County Historical Society is celebrating with a visit from storyteller, Rosie Chapman who has thrilled audiences of all ages with her unique storytelling style. On February 21, 2013 she will entertain with her one-of-a-kind presentation on Rosa Parks, the iconic individual whose defiant actions brought the Civil Rights movement to a critical point of action within the national African-American community. Miz Rosie's stories will come alive through songs, musical instruments and audience participation. She will present in costume, The Spirit of Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement.
This presentation will take place in the Whitman Room
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* NOTE: Odd-numbered seats are on the left side of the venue, beginning in the center; even-numbered seats are on the right side, beginning in the center.