Johnston County Event Calendar
The Selma 150th Anniversary Committee will be hosting a Black History Program Sunday Feb. 5th at 3:00pm The event will be held at the historic 1st Missionary Baptist Church in Selma,NC. The event will feature songs, reading and a keynote address by Public relations executive and former candidate for the Johnston County School Board Crystal Kimpson Roberts. Ms. Roberts talk will focus on our youth. the event is free and open to the community. A reception will follow. Please contact Eric Jackson 919-333-4899, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The event is sponsored by the 150th Anniversary of Selma Committee
The Selma 150th Anniversary Committee will be hosting a Black History Program February 5th at 3:00 pm. The event will be held at the historic 1st Missionary Baptist Church, 500 South Pollock Street, Selma,NC.
The program will feature songs, readings, and a keynote address by Crystal Kimpson Roberts, Public Relations Executive and former candidate for the Johnston County School Board. Ms Robert’s Speech will be focused on our youth. A reception will follow the program. for more information please contact Eric Jackson co-chair, 919-333-4899, email@example.com
The Selma Historical Museum is proud to announce that it is sponsoring a Black History Exhibit. The Exhibit features: pictures, artifacts, and documents representing the history of the Black Community in Selma,NC. The museum is open Friday and Saturday 10:00 am-12:00 noon. Also by appointment. Education Chair Eric Jackson invites, Boy Scout, Girl Scout troops, and Homeschoolers to attend, “if you need a time other than Friday or Saturday we can work with you”, states Jackson. Information 919-333-4899, firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will be a roundtable discussion of local,state and national black history. The program will be led by, writer and local historian Eric Jackson. Families are encouraged to attend. This will be an opportunity to learn about the history of the area from older members of the community. The event will begin at 10:00 am and will be held at the museum. 104 West Anderson St. uptown Selma,NC. Youth Groups and homeschoolers are also invited. refreshments will be served. For more information please call 919-333-4899, email@example.com
Historian Eric Jackson will discuss the legacy and history of Juneteenth, Why it was celebrated why it fell out of fashion and why it is being celebrated again. Jackson will explore the origins and discuss why it is relevant today. The event will take place at the Selma Historic Museum 104 W. Anderson Street, Uptown Selma,NC June 24 at 11:00 AM. Juneteenth tea cakes and lemonade will be served, homeschoolers and families are encouraged to attend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-333-4899 for more information.
The Little House on the Prairire books have inspired generations. This event will explore the relationship between Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter Rose Wilder Lane and how the series came about. The program will also explore the message of Liberty and Individualism that the book teaches its readers. The program is free and will take place Saturday July 22 11:00 AM at the Selma Historic Museum 104 West Anderson treet “Uptown Selma,NC
A personal look at the relationship between Sir Winston Churchill and Lady Nancy Astor.
Historian Eric Jackson will lead the August Museum Event at the Selma Museum, 104 West Anderson Street Selma,NC The event begins at 11:00AM August 26th and is free and open to the public. Information: email@example.com 919-333-4899
A Veteran’s Day Event that will pay tribute to the life and legacy of General George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff during WWII, Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense under President Truman. H was also the Nobel Pece Prize winner in 1953. The program will focus on Marshall’s personal and public life. Before the program, a special tribute to our Veterans will take place. All veterans and all families are invited. The program begins at 11:00 AM at the Museum 104 West Anderson Street Uptown Selma North Carolina. Call 919-333-4899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
All ages of Clayton area adults are encouraged to come. This event is NOT limited to seniors!
We’ve outgrown our space!
Join us on Tuesday, December 4th for the Clayton Senior Center Public Forum. Drop-in between 6-8 PM at Amelia Church Fellowship Hall to share your ideas for the future of the Clayton Center for Active Aging!
Please share, we are looking for input from the entire community!
Please note the location of the event –
Amelia Church Fellowship Hall 1696 Amelia Church Road, Clayton NC 27520.
For questions please call-
Selena Royal / Haley Williford at 919-553-4350
Sarah Hammond 919-934-6066