February Is Black History Month Express Yourself Wear Wakunda Style Attire
We are excited once again to host our 'Young Gifted and Black' youth grades K-12 during OURSTORY opening day with activities designed strategically to educate, entertain and showcase their cultural heritage and legacy.
Thanks to our hometown team the Cincinnati Reds for contributing to the success of our OURSTORY Book Fair & Expo 2018
Friday is Field Trip Day, February 22nd, 2019 preschoolers, area students, and educators will experience a highlight of OURSTORY when special programming is part of the Field Trip Day. Three learning sessions are scheduled all each targeting different grade levels.,
We invite the students, educators, parents to attend the Friday K-!2 Field Trip an return, Saturday and Sunday to the OURSTORY Exhibition Hall to meet authors, visit the vendor marketplace and or purchase books and other literary materials.
After the sessions teachers, students, and parents may elect to eat lunch at Summit Center lunch is the responsibility of the school however space will be provided or groups can return to their respective schools for lunch.
TRANSPORTATION is the responsibility of each school or group.
Seating for each session is limited to 400 and will be granted on a first come first space available.
FIELD TRIP SESSIONS PRESENTERS
SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Session: 1 Christine Gibson - 'Big Hair'
Program: 'I Believe in Me'
02/22/19: Pre-K - 3rd Grade
9: 15 AM
STORYTELLER: Ompe Carter Daboiku
Artist -in- Residence @ Paul Laurence Dunbar in Dayton, OH
02/22/19: 4th - 6th Grade
Session 3: Dr. Darryl Sims, Ph.D. Cultural Ethicist, Author, Publisher & Educator
Knowledge and Insight from his soon to be released double book series, '52 Words Every African American Male/Female Adolescent Male and Female Should Know'
02/22/19: 7th - 12th Grade