Come raise a glass with some of Cleveland’s Living Legends! Explore the stories of Ruby Terry, Reverend E.T. Caviness, George Forbes, and other African Americans who have inspired and shaped our community. Celebrate with live performances, a curator-led tour of new exhibit, Rev. E. Theophilus Caviness: Church, Community, Cleveland, and an exclusive look at WRHS collections.
General Admission Prices
$7 Signature Cocktail
$20 Open Bar Wrist Band
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY
Black History on Tap | My Corner of Cleveland
If you’re are interested in getting your students involved in History Day, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-721-5722 ext. 1503.
The Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society
10825 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
For many, a neighborhood is more than a place to live; it’s an extended family. Join us on February 10th, from 1-4pm, as we celebrate some of Cleveland’s historic African-American communities at the Cleveland History Center’s 2nd Annual Black History on Tap: My Corner of Cleveland. From Hough to Glenville, Central to Cudell, come examine the people and events that have shaped these cultural niches and connect with those who are forging their communities’ futures.
This event is being offered free of charge to local educators! Learn more about our annual teacher appreciation professional development session, Cocktails & Curriculum, and reserve your spot today by clicking here.
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