Performance artist Lonnie McCabe portrays the personal childhood story of Linda “KaiKai” Tucker, a woman whose uncle was the founder of Lincoln Hills (1925-1965), one of only four African-American resorts in the United States at the time.
People of all ages -- adults, children, families -- are welcome to attend this drop-in Plaza to practice computing skills, improve communication in English, study for the GED, and get help with homework. No registration is required. During some of the sessions, there are craft activities for children.
Every Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. ideaLAB, our makerspace at Central, will be open to all ages. We'll be offering projects for families to work on together, but you're also welcome to drop in and just explore the lab and work on your own projects together. No unaccompanied adults or children, please!
Stories, songs & rhymes for babies and their parents or caregivers. Playtime and socialization immediately follow the program. This program is geared to babies who are not walking yet.
No registration is required.