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Historic Magnolia Household self-guided tours: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays in February. Readers will see both the Magnolia Home record show UNCG graduate students produced past slide, as nicely as the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission’s Oasis Areas exhibit centered on the Eco-friendly E-book and travel all through the Jim Crow era. Cost-free. 336-617-3382. May also take part in Magnolia’s shoebox lunch instructional software. To order: tinyurl.com/z81t4dm3, tinyurl.com/49zbpz7g or tinyurl.com/192jqswg.

African-themed celebration with Large Position Arts Council: 2-4 p.m. Feb. 7, Centennial Station Arts Heart, 121 S. Centennial St., Higher Point. Will feature tunes, art, garments, crafts and stories from many African cultures. Fork out-as-you-can celebration. Tickets are no expense, but are essential. www.HighPointArts.org/functions or 336-889-2787, Ext. 26.

Digital Trivia — Black Background and Lifestyle: 4-5 p.m. Feb. 9, www.facebook.com/GSOLibrary. Rejoice Black Record Thirty day period with this self-paced digital trivia video game. 336-373-2471.

An African-American author sequence: 7-8 p.m. Feb. 9. Virtual. 3 authors reflect on this theme — Black family members: Representation, identification and variety. tinyurl.com/44ty7lzy.

North Carolina creator Carole Boston Weatherford readings: 7 p.m. Feb. 9, Zoom. Weatherford will examine from her e-book, “Remember the Bridge: Poems of the Individuals,” and from the photo e-book, “Freedom on the Menu: The Greensboro Sit-ins.” Weatherford will consider members on a journey by poetry of the previous 400 many years of African American history from Harriet Tubman to John Coltrane to the Greensboro sit-ins and past. Free. With American Association of University Women. https://greensboro-nc.aauw.internet.