Join us on the Greensboro History Museum's History Lunch Break talkshow on Friday, September 18th for a discussion with three of the performing artists at this year's National Dance Day GSO. Jaleel Cheek, Ramya Sundaresan Kapadia and Tabia McKinzie, along with GDPI Director of Programs & Marketing, Amanda Miller, will join Curator of Community History, Glenn Perkins, to talk about different dance traditions and how they bring people together even during a time of social distancing. History Lunch Break comes to you live most Fridays with conversations on all kinds of history with all kinds of interesting people.
Your Support Means a lot
Like all of our programs at Greensboro Downtown Parks, National Dance Day GSO is free to attend every year. We're proud to put this event on, showcasing the talented performing artists of our local community. Especially this year, when the corona virus pandemic has taken an incredible toll on non-profits like us, artists, and the entire creative sector, we're grateful to have this event as a shining example of what coming together looks like, even when we have to be apart. Support from individuals and sponsor organizations is critical to bolstering the work of the local arts and culture economy. You can lend your support by donating or becoming a Friend of the Park and help us continue to bring free programs to the public.
We especially want to thank generous sponsors for helping us to put this virtual event on this year: