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Celebrate Juneteenth 2015 With Mayme Clayton Library And Museum

 


Celebrate Juneteenth 2015 With Mayme Clayton Library And Museum

Join MCLM's Volunteers for a Juneteenth Celebration of the 150th Anniversary of Emancipation with a special display of African American "Quilt Exhibit," presented in association with the African American Quilters of Los Angeles.

Activities On Saturday, June 13th 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM

o View Quilts by members of the African American Quilters of Los Angeles

o Hands on opportunity to "Make and Take" your own quilt block

o Screening of film "Quiltmakers of Gee's Bend," presented at 11 AM, 1 PM and 3 PM

o Display of slave documents and artifacts from the museum's collection

Activities on Sunday, June 14th - 3 pm to 5

Program includes

o View Quilts by members of the African American Quilters of Los Angeles

o Program and Screening of film "Quiltmakers of Gee's Bend" @ 4 PM

o Display of slave documents and artifacts from the museum's collection

At the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum

4130 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230

310 202-1647

FREE, Door Prizes and Refreshments

Upcoming Events

Black Talkies on Parade (Film Screening)

• June 27 4 pm to 6

MCLM Commemorates The 50th Anniversary Of The Watts Riots

Sat, August 15 – 2 pm to 4/ Film Screening: "More Than a Riot"

4 pm to 6 Reception

Sun, August 16 - Panel Discussion

Sun, August 23- bus tour of Watts led by Board Member Lindsay Hughes

Contact us at Maymeclaytonpr@gmail.com if you would like to speak on a panel or help organize this event.

The Mayme Clayton Library and Museum is located at 4130 Overland Avenue in Culver City (310) 202-1647.

 

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