Join us at the Tubman Museum every Wednesday in June and July 2017 for a family-friendly Nyansapo “Wisdom” Wednesday experience in African American art, history and culture!
“Nyansapo” is an Adinkra symbol that means “wisdom.”
A wise person has the capacity to choose the best means to attain a goal. Being wise implies broad knowledge, learning and experience, and the ability to apply such faculties to practical ends.
Take part in elements of African American history and culture with quilting, drumming, story time and more at the Tubman Museum during the Nyansapo “Wisdom” Wednesday sessions at 1:00 -2:00 p.m.
The following sessions are being offered.
Reservations are not required, but are encouraged, and dates and time may change. Regular museum admission rates apply!
Contact Trenda Byrd (478.845.3814 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tonja Khabir (478.238.0898 or email@example.com) to reserve your spot or to obtain more information.