CAROLYNN and SYLVIA WILSON, The Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum: "To Preserve and Recognize the Importance of Canadian Black History"
Although we are not meeting in-person at the Community Center in January due to COVID-19, Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson, will give their presentation online.
Please check your emails in January closer to the meeting date, for the link to join our Zoom meeting! (Registration is not required).
Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson operate the Sheffield Park Black History and Cultural Museum located in Clarksburg on the former Nazarene Church Campground.
Sylvia and Carolynn's family represent seven generations and reside in Collingwood. They along with other descendants promote cultural awareness and inclusivity. Their forefathers purchased property in Collingwood erected a church and established several Black settlements in our area. This past year 2020 they celebrated the 150th Anniversary of their church. Their objectives are to preserve and recognize the importance of Canadian Black history.
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