The Buffalo Soldier Experience open through March 11
In celebration of Black History Month, The Buffalo Soldier Experience
will trace the historical contributions of Black men and women in the United States Armed Forces, beginning with the 9th and 10th Calvary Regiments who roamed the Western Frontier. Continuing through many major wars and conflicts throughout our American history, The Buffalo Soldier Experience
will also highlight the ways in which Buffalo Soldier military history intersected with the growth of our nation.
Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for children 4-12, children aged 3 and under and members are free. Student/Senior/Military admission is $7 with ID.
Perspectives of Enlightenment: Photography Exhibit featuring Miju Sanjin Club
“On our journey, we have each chosen the camera to capture the moments that make up the meaning of life. Though our past experiences and histories are unique and diverse, behind the viewfinder we share the same goal – to transform a single moment into a touchable and unforgettable memory, and then to go further to enlighten our soul.”
Admission and both events are free.
Lunch and Learn
The Lunch and Learn series continues on Wednesday, February 14 at 12:30pm with a free one-hour presentation on the Illumination Foundation by Paul M. Leon. The lecture is on “Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness.” Bring your lunch, if you wish, and arrive by 12:15pm as this program starts promptly at 12:30pm in the Carnegie Building.
Open Book Author Series
Thursday, February 22, 6-8pm
featuring author Dr. Jacqueline Eubany
Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story
Heart disease is the number ONE killer of women in the United States. It kills more women than breast and lung cancer combined! Do you know that you can decrease your risk of heart disease by up to 80%? February is Women’s Heart disease awareness month. We are pleased to have Dr Jacqueline Eubany, a cardiologist, and the author of the book Women and Heart Disease Book: The Real Story
speak about heart disease in women, risk factors for heart disease and how you can decrease your risk of developing heart disease by up to 80%.
The program includes readings, open discussion, an opportunity to purchase books and have them signed by the author.