(Louisville, KY) Roots 101 African American Museum invites you to “Cookies & Coco with The Clauses”. Starting Friday, November 4th through Sunday, November 6th.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will take your holiday five-by-seven (5×7) printed photo for $25.00. Parents get in free if the child they are accompanying is taking photos. To make sure each family is satisfied with their photo. Each session is scheduled up to 45 minutes if it is needed.
There will even be a special appearance by the Grinch and Black Panther. There will also be three drawing for gifts.
To schedule your session call 812-207-3433.
WHO: Roots 101 African American Museum
WHAT: Hosting along with Santa George Smithers “Cookies & Coco with The Clauses”
WHEN: November 4th-6th (Friday through Sunday)
WHERE: Roots 101, 124 N. 1st Street, Louisville
TIME: Friday and Saturday 1:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
For additional information on “Cookies & Coco with The Clauses” or to reserve a date for your holiday events, call Lamont Collins at Roots 101 at 502-384-1949. To learn more about Roots 101 African American Museum visit our website www.roots-=101.org.
(Louisville, KY) Reckoning Inc. and Roots 101 African American Museum will hold a news conference to announce a photographic exhibit entitled We Fought for Our Freedom: Kentucky’s African American Civil War Soldiers.
WHAT: We will officially open the photographic exhibit, which will remain at the museum through December 31, 2022. We will also explain that the soldiers featured in the exhibit were all enslaved men from Kentucky who joined the Union Army’s 108th U.S. Colored Infantry Regiment, which was founded in Louisville. The regiment was assigned to a military prison in Rock Island, IL, guarding Confederate prisoners.
WHEN: Thursday, November 10th at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Roots 101 African American Museum, located at 124 N. 1st Street, Louisville, KY 40202
Dan Gediman, Executive Director, Reckoning, Inc.
Denyce Peyton, Kentucky U.S. Colored Troops Project Director, Reckoning, Inc.
Lamont Collins, Executive Director, Roots 101 African American Museum
Descendants of Charles Mudd, a member of the 108th U.S. Colored Infantry Regiment (he is one of five brothers who all served in the Union Army)
VISUALS: We will have a power point during the program, and you will have an opportunity to tour the exhibit
Reckoning, Inc. is 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to examine the legacy of slavery in America, and to create ways for communities to engage with this information through research projects, media productions, educational curricula, online content, and other means.