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Lunch & Learn Talk: “Journey to Freedom: The Odyss
Apalachicola Mainstreet and Apalachicola Arsenal Museum are hosting a LUNCH AND LEARN featuring Augusta West, Exhibit Developer, Local Historian and Apalachicola Mainstreet Executive Director. Tour the Journey to Freedom: The Odyssey of Abolitionist Moses Roper exhibit and learn even more about the life of the man who traveled this local area and managed to escape the life of slavery. Bring your lunch or order one for $7 provided by our local eatery. Masks are required when not eating. Reserve your spot now.
This program is funded in part through a Florida Humanities Community Project Grant in partnership with the Apalachicola Mainstreet.
Date/time: January 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presented By:Speaker, Augusta West, local historian, exhibit project manager and Executive Director of Apalachicola Main Street