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Purchase Tickets for Henry Street Heritage Festival

Purchase advance Adult ticket for $20 plus processing fees for this year’s Festival. Youth tickets may only be purchased the day of the festival. Purchase Advance Adult Tickets

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5th Annual Sunday Jazz Brunch

Featuring Music By: Silent Auction Silent Auction Features Artwork by Alonzo Hubbard, artist of Roanoke states, “My art is simply a tangible expression of how I process information relative to how I view life and my life situations. It is an expression of love, beauty, order and

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Exhibit: IndiVisible – A Premier Showing for Virginia! – July 25, 2015

  Comanche family, early 1900s Here is a family from the Comanche Nation located in southwestern Oklahoma. The elder man in Comanche traditional clothing is Ta-Ten-e-quer. His wife, Ta-Tat-ty, also wears Comanche clothing. Their niece (center) is Wife-per, also known as Frances E. Wright. Her father was

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Exhibit: Faces of Africa

Click here to learn more about our Faces of Africa Exhibit.

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Roanoke’s Got Talent 2015

Application: Click here to view/download Roanoke Got Talent Application Event Poster: Click here to view/download Roanoke’s Got Talent Poster

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Henry Street Heritage Festival 2015

Save the Date: September 19, 2015 Download Our 26th Anniversary Brochure Stay up to date on our Facebook Page!

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Join Us: Remnants of a Broken Past

Press Release for William Fleming’s Advanced Theatre Class World Premiere Production of: Remnants of a Broken Past: Sponsored by the Harrison Museum, in collaboration with Mill Mountain Theatre You are cordially invited to come and witness Remnants of a Broken Past, a heartfelt drama dealing with the

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New Exhibit: Mystical View of Tribal Heritage – Opening February 23, 2015

A Mystical View of Tribal Heritage is an exhibit on loan from the International Museum Institute of New York. Faithfully recreated by award-winning artist Richard W. Jones (1934-2008), this critically acclaimed collection of authentic reproductions of ancient masks, murals, and sculptures celebrates 3,500 years of African Tribal

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Bus Trip to Greensboro – RSVP by March 7, 2015

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Kwanzaa: Harvesting the Fruits – December 28th

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