Wilmington in the 1930s: Focus on the East Side
Szymanski Photo Exhibit from the Collections of the Delaware Historical Society. On view at: City/County Building, 800 French Street – Wilmington, Delaware. Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. FREE and open to the public. Click here to learn more about the exhibit before you go.
HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH! | Phillyfunguide.com
The Greater Philadelphia area is rich with African American history. Famous civil rights activists like Sam Evans and Cecil B. Moore called the city home, and countless other members of Philadelphia’s African American community have made monumental contributions to the city and nation as a whole.
To commemorate these figures and highlight Philadelphia’s African American heritage, we’ve gathered this list of fun and informative Black History Month events happening in and around the city. Explore, learn, and celebrate!
Camden County Commemorates Black History Month
The Freeholders and the Cultural and Heritage Commission at Camden County College are presenting a wide-ranging schedule of events throughout February to celebrate Black History Month. This month-long commemoration of African-American history throughout our nation was originally marked in 1926 by historian Carter G. Woodson. Click here to see all of the activities planned for this month.
ABOUT: Places To Go AND Things To Do
Every Monday afternoon, we’ll share with you beginning during the 3:00PM hour, places in the Tri-State area where you can go for fun, recreation and relaxation. Places that parents, grandparents, family & friends will enjoy. Join us Monday afternoons for you connection to fun, recreation, education or just relations. Places To Go AND Things To Do… Only on the one! Philly’s First All Gospel Music Station, Gospel Highway Eleven!
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