Event Name: Our Stories: Black Families in Spokane
Location: Museum Campus
Event Date: Friday, 6/28/2024
Event Time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Duration: 5 hours

Our Stories: Black Families in Spokane
Friday, June 28, 2024
11-4 pm, MAC Campus 
Cost: Museum admission and activities are FREE

About the program

Celebrate the stories that shape Spokane's history and community. Our Stories is an engaging and educational program designed to celebrate the rich tapestry of communities in our region. The MAC collaborates with members from the highlighted community to create a fun and memorable day of activities for all ages and interest levels.

Our Stories: Black Families in Spokane

On June 28 Join us at the MAC to celebrate and learn from Our Stories. Experience Spokane's rich history from the perspective of members of the Black community. We'll have lots of activities for all, plus free admission to the museum! 

Listen to Motown music outside on the museum's lawn. 

Learn more about community and family histories, including those of some of Spokane's Black Pioneers, in historic Campbell House. 

Watch documentaries and youth-created films in the auditorium. 

Enjoy an Assemblage Art drop-in workshop in the Create Space for the whole family. 

A schedule of the programs will be available on the admissions level. 
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If you have any questions about this program, please contact Education@northwestmuseum.org.

Image Credit: Wally Hagin "Playing Cards, 1955."