The Greer Heritage Museum at 106 S. Main St. celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday in January and Black History Month in February with the following scheduled events:
All events will begin at 11 a.m. on the following Saturdays:
Minister Brandon Coleman, Dr. Martin Luther King‘s “I Have A Dream” oration.
Olvia Erby & The Cedar Grove Baptist Church “In Jesus We Move” Ministry Praise Dancers
A dramatic presentation by Reggie Griffin, “In De Mornin” by Paul Laurence Dunbar
Stephanie Pepps, storyteller spinning black folktales
“Old School Duo” Mini Concert featuring The James Brothers, Marshall and Leon James, grand prize winners at the 2nd Annual Upstate Black Expo Gospel Best Competition 2012 in Greenville, SC.
“Nosella”- Minnie Jackson-Greenville playwright, humorist, and performer. Her plays and monologues are inspired by real life situations and can make you laugh and cry
Tayatta Jones & the Maple Creek Praise Dancers
Tracing Your Roots - Ruth Ann Butler retired history teacher, founder and curator of the Greenville Cultural Exchange Center, will present a genealogy workshop
Ida Jackson & Company Praise Dancers
All programs are free and will be at the museum. For further information call the museum at 877-3377 or Black History Coordinator Maria Dowell (864)268-5073 or Margaret Hill (864)877-2547.