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Week of the Young Child – UHM

Celebrate Week of the Young Child at Night on the Green family-friendly fun for all
Wednesday, April 9 – 5:00-8:00 pm
UHM – FU will be free for members, $2 for all other guests

Lunchbox Learning: A Little Girl Growing Up Black in a Segregated South

In her talk, Dr. Margaree Crosby will share the obstacles she faced and successfully overcame on her road to being one of the Greenville Eight and the first African American female professor at Clemson University.
Wed, Apr. 30 – Noon UHM

Spring Break Story Times – Jan Brett Favorites

jan-brett-hedgehog-213x300Spend some time at the museum during your spring break as we hold daily morning story times in The World of Jan Brett exhibit. Museum staff will share some of their favorite Jan Brett books and assist visitors investigating the exhibition.
Tues, Apr. 15 through 
Fri, Apr. 18 – 11:00 am UHM

History After Dark: Untold Stories of Student Activism

Explore the untold stories of student activism from those who lived it, representatives of the Sterling High School Alumni Association. This evening will also include the award ceremony for the Protest, Prayers, & Progress Student Art Contest.
Thur, Apr. 24 – 6:30 pm, UHM

Spring Family Fun Day at UHM

Sunday, April 6 from 1:00-5:00 pm
It’s time for Spring Cleaning. Learn how the people of the Upcountry have made use of the land for generations and find new ways to protect the Earth for future generations. Spend the afternoon with Clifford as we read stories, make art projects, and play games. Don’t forget to visit our current traveling exhibit, The World of Jan Brett, while you are here!
Special activities by ReWa and the City of Greenville’s Recycling.
Thank you to First Steps for a supporting literacy grant.

ACM – Routes of History Reception


Harry Truman – Chautauqua Discussion

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Harry Truman, President! – How did a unsuccessful farmer and failed businessman who suddenly found himself President, go on to make some of the most crucial decisions in history? Come to this FREE Chautauqua discussion and find out. As Harry Truman said, “The only new thing in the world is the history you don’t know.”

Discussion Leader: George Frein, PhD, returns to Greenville to lead this discussion. Dr. Frein is Founder and Artistic Director of Greenville Chautauqua currently cybercommuting from Texas. He is one of the most sought-after performers on the Chautauqua Circuit. George Frein will perform as Harry Truman in the June 2014 Festival. (Note: This is NOT a costumed show.)

  • Date: Tuesday April 8 at 7pm
  • Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
  • Location: Hughes Main Library, 25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville Map
  • Cost: FREE discussion and parking
  • More Info: 864.244.1499 or


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