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March 21, 2020

Beyond Twelve Years a Slave

North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar, Laurel Sneed, will present “Beyond Twelve Years a Slave” at Milton Renaissance Museum & Visitors Center, Saturday, March 21, at 10:30 AM. The presentation… Read More»

March 28, 2020

Women’s Suffrage Centennial

Come celebrate the 100th year of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote! There will be a panel of women there to uplift and inspire as we… Read More»

January 24, 2020

Red Trolley Civil Rights Tour

Come join us on the Red Trolley Civil Rights Tours! History United’s Karice Luck-Brimmer will give you an exclusive tour with hidden histories and lesser known Black History Facts.  To… Read More»

January 19, 2020

America’s Sunday Supper

America’s Sunday Supper Economic Opportunity: Help Make Our Community Thrive Join us for America’s Sunday Supper in celebration of MLK Holiday!!! Register at www.serve365.org

February 18, 2020

REI: Groundwater Training

Racial Equity Institute: Groundwater Training This participatory presentation examines characteristics of modern-day structural racial inequity using stories and data. What is the Groundwater Approach?(www.racialequityinstitute.com/groundwaterapproach) The Groundwater metaphor is designed to… Read More»

December 16, 2019

2019 Volunteer of the Year

To celebrate philanthropy in our community this year, the Dan River Nonprofit Network is hosting our Annual Volunteer of the Year event! All nominees will be honored at our December… Read More»

December 7, 2019

Letters from Woodside

The Museum of Milton presents: Letters from Woodside December 7 @10:00am Ellen Richmond grew up at Woodside, just outside of the town of Milton. In the parlor of her family… Read More»

December 7, 2019

Christmas Cantata

On December 7, at 4:00 our local churches will join together for A Christmas Cantata.  The churches participating have a shared history as once upon a time the First Baptist… Read More»