TARPON SPRINGS, FL -- The Tarpon Springs Area Historical Society is celebrating Black History Month.
On February, 25, Mildred Wilson will host a program called 'African-America: Portrait of a People' at The Historic Train Depot.
A retired teacher and widow of a Tuskegee Airman will hold a discussion on the significant contributions African Americans have made to society over the last century. Wilson's program will touch on education, science and the arts. Live music will also be a part of the program. Local gospel favorites, the Dorsetts, will perform.
'African-America: Portrait Of A People' starts at 7:00pm. The program is free. If you would like to check out the event, The Historic Train Depot is located at 160 East Tarpon Avenue in Tarpon Springs.
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