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1002608_646834745327793_2100372307_nThe Forgotten History of African American Baseball
Date TBD

Dr. Lawrence Hogan and Robert Scott, who played with the New York Black Yankees from 1946-1950, will discuss the history of the Negro Baseball League and issues, such as race relations and societal pressures.

 


Robin HolderCreated Equal
Saturday, November 1, 1:00pm

Artist Robin Holder will discuss racial identity as she explores a group of autobiographic images from her series of 30 works “What is Black and White and Red All Over? An African American Russian Jewish Red Diaper Baby”. Sponsored by Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Registration required. 

FREE with Museum admission


Untitled-1Presidential Golf
Wednesday, November 5, 2:00pm

This program highlights U.S. Presidents who have played and enjoyed the game of golf over the decades. A “Tee” Time reception is included. Registration required.

FREE with Museum admission

 

 


Dog Expo
Saturday, November 8, 11:00am-3:00pm 

Join local rescue groups and business owners for a celebration of allthings dog. Organizations include Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter, ElephantNose Pet Center, Cherrybrook, Fat Murray’s, Elite PAWtique, Elite Pet Spa & Boutique.

FREE for Members
Non-Members: $7/child, $10/adults


2007 walk-off home run celebration at home plateYour Kid and Sports: What Every Parent Should Know
Thursday, November 13, 7:00-8:00pm

This workshop will focus on maximizing your child’s sports experience, the benefits and drawbacks of travel and club teams, the truths and myths about college scholarships, and what you can do to be a great sports parent.

FREE with Museum admission.

Brenda Read, Hometown Glory, Photography, 2009.


StorageGuinness Spotlight: Behind Locked Doors
Thursday, November 20, 3:00-4:30pm
Thursday, November 20, 6:30-8:00pm

Let us take you through the Guinness Gallery and Viewable Storage for an insiders view. Experience instruments and automata not usually displayed in the galleries.

$7  Members
$9  Non-Members

Guinness Viewable Storage, Morris Museum.



Cat ChowPlaying with Cards
Thursday, November 20, 6:00pm

A fun all ages workshop where one can create a wearable art piece out of playing cards. Cat Chow will also present a slide talk on her own work as well as other artists and fashion designers. Registration required. Materials fee is included in registration.

$40  Members
$45  Non-Members