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ANAHEIM–Exhibit: Arab Americans: History, Culture, and Contributions

November 9December 17

Free
storefront in 1940 Michigan

Image: The Hamady “Showcase” store opened in 1940 in Flint, Mich. AANM Collection 2004.54.01c.

Anaheim Public Library–Celebrate the opening of “Ahlan Wa Sahlan” Pan-Arabic Celebration with the unveiling of the Arab American National Museum’s traveling exhibition. The Arab American National Museum’s (AANM) traveling exhibition, Arab Americans: History, Culture, and Contributions, illustrates how Arab Americans have been an integral part of American society for more than 125 years.

Visitors will explore the exhibit, sample Arab desserts, and enjoy live Arabic music. The traveling exhibition will run from Nov. 9 through Dec. 17, 2021.

Opening Reception
November 9, 5:30pm

Exhibit
November 9-December 17

Location
Haskett Library
2650 W Broadway
Anaheim, CA 92805

For more information, go to libraryprograms@anaheim.net or contact Curita Tinker, Library Assistant, [714-765-5067], [ctinker@anaheim.net].

This project is supported by California Humanities through the Library Innovation Lab.

Details

Start:
November 9
End:
December 17
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://arabamericanmuseum.org/exhibition/arab-americans-history-culture-and-contributions/

Venue

Haskett Library
2650 W. Broadway
Anaheim, CA 92804 United States
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