"Generations Speak" Event - Sag Harbor Cinema & The Eastville Community Historical Society
03 Mar 11:00 AM
Until 03 Mar, 01:00 PM 2h

"Generations Speak" Event - Sag Harbor Cinema & The Eastville Community Historical Society

place Sag Harbor Cinema Sag Harbor Cinema, Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY, USA expand_more
Organized by arrow_forward_ios Eastville Community Historical Society

Sag Harbor Cinema continues a new year of its “Projections” series on March 3rd, 2024, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. The event, which is free to the public, will feature Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Executive Director of the Eastville Community Historical Society, who will lead a discussion called “Generations Speak.” Michael A. Butler, Eastville Community Historical Society Cemetery Preservation Director, and Harriet Simons, its Education and Volunteer Director, will be a part of the panel discussion. Before the talk, there will be a screening of rarely seen archival footage of the elders of the Eastville Community Historical Society.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND

“Eastville Community Historical Society focuses on the heritage of our founders who are living legends,” says Dr. Grier-Key. “A primary focus for us is keeping community central to our mission. In the tradition of Sankofa, we look to the past in order to bring forth all that is good for the future. We are looking forward to 'Generations Speak' to highlight the work of the elders.”

The archival footage from LTV will feature Eastville through the ages, highlighting its generational importance in the Sag Harbor community. After the screening, guests will gather in the Cinema’s Rosenberg workspace to discuss the ways in which generational knowledge is preserved, passed down, and celebrated.

Featured photo: A watercolor painting of the Eastville Community Historical Society Heritage House by Joanne Williams Carter, Former ECHS President. Courtesy of the Eastville Community Historical Society.

“Generations Speak” Event – Sag Harbor Cinema & The Eastville Community Historical Society

"Generations Speak" Event - Sag Harbor Cinema & The Eastville Community Historical Society
03 Mar 11:00 AM
Until 03 Mar, 01:00 PM 2h

"Generations Speak" Event - Sag Harbor Cinema & The Eastville Community Historical Society

place Sag Harbor Cinema Sag Harbor Cinema, Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY, USA expand_more
Organized by arrow_forward_ios Eastville Community Historical Society

Sag Harbor Cinema continues a new year of its “Projections” series on March 3rd, 2024, from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. The event, which is free to the public, will feature Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Executive Director of the Eastville Community Historical Society, who will lead a discussion called “Generations Speak.” Michael A. Butler, Eastville Community Historical Society Cemetery Preservation Director, and Harriet Simons, its Education and Volunteer Director, will be a part of the panel discussion. Before the talk, there will be a screening of rarely seen archival footage of the elders of the Eastville Community Historical Society.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND

“Eastville Community Historical Society focuses on the heritage of our founders who are living legends,” says Dr. Grier-Key. “A primary focus for us is keeping community central to our mission. In the tradition of Sankofa, we look to the past in order to bring forth all that is good for the future. We are looking forward to 'Generations Speak' to highlight the work of the elders.”

The archival footage from LTV will feature Eastville through the ages, highlighting its generational importance in the Sag Harbor community. After the screening, guests will gather in the Cinema’s Rosenberg workspace to discuss the ways in which generational knowledge is preserved, passed down, and celebrated.

Featured photo: A watercolor painting of the Eastville Community Historical Society Heritage House by Joanne Williams Carter, Former ECHS President. Courtesy of the Eastville Community Historical Society.

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