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Learning from the Past: The History of Smokey Hollow and Where We Are Today
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3/26/2014
When: Wednesday, March 26
3:30–7:30 pm
Where: John G. Riley Center
419 East Jefferson St.
Tallahassee, FL  32309
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‘Hear the history of this African American Community in Tallahassee’

Wednesday, March 26, 3:30–7:30 pm
at the John G. Riley Center
419 East Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, FL 32309

Blueprint2000 will be co-hosting this evening event with the Tallahassee Trust and the John G. Riley Center to present the Smokey Hollow HALS project and give a tour of the Smokey Hollow Commemoration in Cascades Park. This is a community and family social event, featuring local entertainers/musicians and refreshments provided by the Tallahassee Trust and Blueprint 2000.

• 3:30pm -Visitors review the Smokey Hollow Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS).

• 5:30pm -Speakers David Driapsa , ASLA, Jennifer Koslow, Ph. D., and Anthony Dixon, Ph.D. present Smokey Hollow HALS findings.

• 6:30pm -Tours of the Smokey Hollow Commemoration at Cascades Park.


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