Join in-person (25 spots available) or virtually as Kathryn Harris presents a first-person historical program as Harriet Tubman – the abolitionist, humanitarian, and civil rights activist who guided slaves to freedom via the Underground Railroad before the Civil War. Following her presentation as Tubman, Kathryn will answer questions from the audience about the program and historical interpretation.
Harris is an educator, librarian, and historical interpreter. She retired from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum as its library services director. Her educational background includes studies in education, French, and library science.
Use the link below to register for the live virtual performance, or attend in person after registering by calling the library at 309.243.5716.
Help decide what teen programs are offered at the library!
Teens, do you want to have a say in the programs and materials offered by the library? This is your chance! Middle and high schoolers welcome.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Zoom meeting registration invite and to pick up a bag with an activity we can do together during our virtual meeting.
Pick up a TAB-in-a-Bag kit before the meeting with an agenda, snacks, and an activity.
P.S. If you need service hours this is a great opportunity!