The Max G. Selma Historical Museum will present a tribute to the late Gloria Vnderbilt at “Sweet Tea and Spicy Talk” on Wednesday July 10th at 11:00 AM.
According to Eric Jackson, host of the event, “Gloria Vanderbilt was an American Icon. Her life was one of highs and lows but throughout it she remained positive.”
“Gloria Vanderbilt, member of the American Dynasty family was a fashion and cultural dynamo, her death last month was mourned by millions”, added Jackson.
The tribute will be held as the kickoff of the Museum’s summer program.
“Sweet Tea and Spicy Talk will take place at 11:00AM on four Wednesday’s in July. “There will be a talk of historical importance” Jackson said.
“This is the second year of this event. It was so popular we are bringing it back this summer,” he said. “Sweet Tea and Spicy Talk is a community event that brings our neighbors together, for cold iced tea, cookies, conversation and fellowship.”
The July Schedule:
- July 10th: A Tribute to Gloria Vanderbilt
- July 17th: The Real Downton Abbey
- July 24th: To the Moon and Back 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing
- July 31st: Drugstore Cowboys: A tribute Movie Cowboys
The programs will be held at the Max G. Creech Selma Historical Museum at 104 West Anderson Street in Historic Uptown Selma. For more information call 919-333-4899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org