Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau
1601 River Drive, Suite 110
Moline, IL 61265
Established June 14, 2006, activities of the Afro-American Heritage Center are about "Raising the Value of History & Culture" by promoting educational programs based on American History from the Afro-American perspective. Programs are held at various locations throughout the Quad Cities.
From what country or culture is the origin and the meaning of the exhibit "Mate Masie?"
"Mate Masie: What I Hear I Keep" exhibit on loan from the Tubman Museum of Macon, Georgia. During the entire month of June, the Afro-American Heritage Center is hosting this very special exhibit at the Rock Island Public Library located at 401 19th Street. Free admission.
Monday, June 20 - In celebration of Black Music Month 2016, the Afro-American Heritage Center will present a screening of "Thunder Soul" at the Rock Island High School Little Theater. Doors open at 6:30 with the film at 7:00 p.m. Suggested at-will donation is $5 per adult. The event will take place at Rock Island High School located at 1400 25th Avenue, Rock Island. Please use parking and entrance located at 23rd Avenue & 15th Street.