Rodman Buzz for week of March 28

Highlighted programs

“Black Men In Blue” – 6:30 p.m. Monday. Haines House Underground Railroad Museum and the Ohio Humanities Council will present “Black Men in Blue,” a program by Walsh University professor of history Kelly D. Mezurek about Ohio’s Black Civil War soldiers at the Alliance Area Preservation Society’s annual meeting. The event is open to the public. Registration is required at rodmanlibrary.evanced.info/signup.

One Book One Community Author Visit – 7 pm Thursday at Union Avenue Methodist Church with Arshay Cooper, author of the One Book One Community selection, “A Most Beautiful Thing.” The church is located at 1843 S. Union Ave. Cooper will talk about his life and his book. He will also answer questions and sign books during the free public appearance.

ongoing programs

“Fashion of History” Exhibit – Through April 30. Exhibit is on display in Rodman Gallery. Sponsored by the Alliance Area Preservation Society, the exhibit matches styles from the 1800s through the 1970s with sites from around the Alliance where they would have been worn.

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