George Washington Carver and Friends
Recommended for children Pre-K through 5thgrade.
Wednesday, February 28 / 7 p.m.
La-Z-Boy Center, Meyer Theater
Black History heroes laid the groundwork for some of the most amazing discoveries of the modern era. Hosted by the incredible scientist George Washington Carver, a man who invented thousands of uses for the lowly peanut, this show introduces young people to other noted scientists, groundbreakers and entrepreneurs from Black History. Meet Madame C.J. Walker, Jackie Robinson, Thurgood Marshall and more!