Black History Jeopardy - Presented by Black Mothers Network & Grades4Life

Come test your knowledge of Black History and show your skills to help your team rack up points! Prizes will be awarded to winners. Topics range from sports to science to leaders to poems to movies to food and everything in between. Black History Jeopardy Game Night is a family friendly event--we will have coloring and a craft to keep the younger children occupied while the older ones and adults engage in some friendly competition playing the Jeopardy game geared toward Black History Month.

This event is co-sponsored with the organizations Grades4life and Black Mothers Network.

Contact Information
  1. Franklin Township Public Library
  2. 7328738700
  3. events@franklintwp.org
Mon, February 24
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 02/24/2020 7:00pm 02/24/2020 8:00pm America/New_York Black History Jeopardy - Presented by Black Mothers Network & Grades4Life

Come test your knowledge of Black History and show your skills to help your team rack up points! Prizes will be awarded to winners. Topics range from sports to science to leaders to poems to movies to food and everything in between. Black History Jeopardy Game Night is a family friendly event--we will have coloring and a craft to keep the younger children occupied while the older ones and adults ...

485 DeMott Lane Somerset, NJ 08873

485 DeMott Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873

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