- By Mia Jordan
- Posted Monday, September 16, 2019
Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology Programs at the Lewisville Branch Library
Celebrate On the Same Page with the Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology.
Friday, Sept. 6 from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Recommended for ages 12-18.
What are Kola nuts? What do you do with them? Why are they important? Teens will learn the answer to all these questions as they see and handle objects from the Igbo people from the museum's collections.
A Ruler's Crown
Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 4:30- 5:30 p.m.
Recommended for ages 5-11.
A king or queen always needs a crown. Using objects from the museum's collection, children will learn about the culture and beautiful beaded crowns of the Yoruba people in West Africa. With a variety of materials, children will create and decorate their own crowns.
Who are the Igbo?
Thursday, Sept. 19 at 4-5 p.m.
For all ages.
Who are the Igbo? Where do they live? This lecture is an introduction to the culture of the Igbo people in Nigeria.
These programs are in honor of our On the Same Page book for 2019, "Speak No Evil" by Uzodinma Iweala.
Free and open to the public. Please call 336-703-2940 for more information. Click here for driving directions.