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  1. Happy Lunar New Year!

    January 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Little Red Schoolhouse - High Point Museum

    Let’s get ready for the Chinese New Year! Learn about the Year of the Rat and the Spring Festival while making your own Chinese lantern. Free, for ages 0-12.

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  2. Making a Hearty Meal in the Historical Park

    January 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ Hoggatt House

    Come see our costumed interpreters make a winters meal of soup with baked bread and homemade butter in the Hoggatt House. FREE. All ages welcome. Drop-in.

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  3. What’s in a Name? A Story of Race, Struggle, and Family

    January 27, 2020, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ High Point Public Library- Morgan Community Room

    Kimberly Mozingo will discuss the origin of her surname in colonial Virginia. Her family began with a 17th-century African of Creole origin. Since then, like many other “white” Americans, descendants have lost any concept of their mixed racial identity. She tells us how she discovered this ancestor and the impact on descendants.

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  4. Winter Heritage Book Club

    January 31, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ High Point Public Library- Research Classroom

    We look at the lives, struggles, and policies of former slaves and free people of color suddenly sitting in the halls of power. How did they achieve so much in such a short time? How did they lose their access to power? We’ll read "Capitol Men: The Epic Story of Reconstruction Through the Lives of the First Black Congressmen" by Philip Dray.

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