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July 3, 2018 > Hayward Area Historical Society events

Hayward Area Historical Society events

Submitted By HAHS

Loyal Americans: Japanese American Imprisonment During World War II (Through Oct 28)
Relocation. Evacuation. Internment. Imprisonment. Incarceration. These describe the Japanese and Japanese American experience of World War II. The stories of those that lived through this period, as well as their descendants, are more relevant today than ever as we ourselves struggle with immigration, race, and discrimination. ?Loyal Americans? is an exhibition of artifacts and stories of people whose civil rights were violated. At the same time, the stories demonstrate the courage and bravery of ordinary Americans in extraordinary circumstances. This exhibition is supported by the Eden Township Japanese American Citizens League.

Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope, and Diversity in America (Through August 19)
In 1965, 16-year-old Doug Keister acquired 280 glass plate negatives, originally found at a local garage sale. He immediately made photographic prints revealing powerful, early 20th-century portraits of African Americans in Lincoln, Nebraska. These images, attributed to African American photographer John Johnson, are featured in this new traveling exhibition. Using his Lincoln, Nebraska neighborhood as his canvas, Johnson crafted images of his friends and family between 1910 and 1925. Many of the people depicted in the photographs eventually migrated to California. Black and White in Black and White is curated by Douglas Keister, traveled by Exhibit Envoy, and presented with support from California State University, Chico.

Toddler Time: Recycle
Doing our part to recycle reduces the amount of waste that gets sent to landfills, conserves natural resources, and saves energy. Toddler Time is a family program geared toward children ages 1-5 and their caregivers. Older siblings are always welcome.
Toddler Time
Thursday, Jul 12
10:30 ? 11:30 a.m.
$5 Suggested Donation

The HAHS Museum of History & Culture is located at 22380 Foothill Blvd in Hayward.

Meek Mansion Paranormal Investigation
During this investigation, experienced investigators will lead attendees through the property and explore the paranormal. Data previously collected includes electronic voice phenomena (EVP), cold spots, touches, apparitions, and much more. Investigations for ages 18+. Tickets must be purchased in advance at
Meek Mansion Paranormal Investigation
Saturday, Jul 21
7:00 p.m.
Meek Mansion
17365 Boston Rd, Hayward
$75 General Admission, 18+

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