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‘Cooking With Soul’ event set for February 1

Watch and listen as Chef LaKisha Harris of Soul Filled Kitchen shares insight and expertise on soul food cooking, one of several Black History Month events.

To register for this free program, visit hackleylibrary.org, HPL's Facebook, call 231-722-8011 or stop by the library. Closer to the event date, registrants will receive an email with a link to view the program.

Visit hackleylibrary.org or the library’s Facebook page for details on Black History Month programs.

‘The Art of the People’ runs to February 28

The Art of the People: Contemporary Anishinaabe Artists, at the Muskegon Museum of  Art, showcases artworks in a wide array of media that combine cultural traditions and imagery with contemporary sensibilities and themes. Organized in partnership with the Grand Valley State University Art Gallery and guest curator Jason Quigno, this invitational show will appear concurrently at the Muskegon Museum of Art and GVSU. Incorporating sculpture, painting, ceramics, beadwork, mixed media, and photography, the exhibition explores the ways in which these artists express their experiences in both traditional and non-traditional media, techniques, and subject matter. Through representational and abstract imagery and design the artists address issues of craft, history, identity, social and political justice, and popular culture.

Zoom Book Club set for February 4

Book lovers meet once a month for a live ZOOM book discussion with Alison from the Norton Shores Branch. Newcomers are welcome. Registration required on the madl.org calendar. A Zoom link will be emailed to you.

The February 4 book wil be “The Water Dancer,” by Ta-Nehisi Coates.


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