Untold Stories: Growing Up In Ashland/Hanover, the Black and White Experience– a panel of elder citizens tell stories about growing up in Ashland. This second installment in an annual series will focus on how teens and young adults met and socialized in the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s, as told by six presenters who experienced it.
Featuring moderation by Anthony Keitt, video by Tom Wulf, panelists Harold Henry, Conde Hopkins, Shearer Luck, Ned Stiles, Mary Randolph Waddy and C.T. Woody, closing remarks by Jody Allen and a Community Gospel Choir performance lead by Bubba Johnson.
Sun., Feb. 22, 2015
4:00 – 5:30 pm
at Hanover Arts & Activities Center
500 S. Center St.
Ashland, VA 23005
UPDATE: A video of this event on DVD is available for sale at the Ashland Museum. Stop by to purchase a copy for yourself or for a gift.
The 2014 event, which focused on education, played to a standing room only audience. The program is free and is sponsored by the Ashland Museum, Hanover County Black Heritage Society, Ashland Main Street Association and the Center.
Call (804) 798-2728 for more information. Sponsored by Ashland Museum, Ashland Main Street Association, Hanover Black Heritage Society and The Center.