Oberlin College Theater presents Ophelia: A Prism

February 5th 2:00 pm · Irene and Alan Wurtzel Theater · Oberlin College's Department of Theater

Oberlin Theater presents our winter MainStage production of Ophelia: A Prism by Mieko Gavia, directed by Heather Harvey, February 2-5 in the Irene and Alan Wurtzel Theater!

Oberlin Schools Alumni Association Meeting

February 6th 7:00 pm · Oberlin Senior High School, Media Center · Oberlin Schools Alumni Association

If you wish to attend via Zoom, please message alumni@oberlinschools.net for the direct link/password.

Tuesday Tea / Songs, Signs, and The Language of the Streets

February 14th 3:00 pm · 87 N Main St · Allen Memorial Art Museum

Julia Alexander, Curatorial Assistant in the Office of Academic Programs explores protest in the arts.

Allen After Hours / Africana Rocking Chair: Norman Teague

February 16th 5:30 pm · Allen Memorial Art Museum · Allen Memorial Art Museum

Norman Teague, Chicago-based artist and designer, co-founder of blkHaUs Studios and founder of Norman Teague Design Studios discusses his work.

City of Oberlin Comprehensive Plan Public Open House

February 16th 6:30 pm · Prospect School · City of Oberlin

This public open house is an opportunity for the public to provide comments/input for the City's new Comprehensive Plan, a plan for the future development of the City.

Newly Formed Oberlin Schools Alumni Association

February 18th - February 18th · Oberlin Senior High School, Gymnasium · Oberlin Schools Alumni Association

The Oberlin Schools Alumni Association will have a booth set up during the Alumni Basketball games!

Virginia Proctor Powell Florence: A Life, A Legacy

February 21st 6:30 pm · Oberlin Public Library, Community Room · Oberlin Heritage Center

A program about the life and work of Virginia Proctor Powell Florence, the first African American woman to graduate with a degree in library science

Black History 101 Mobile Museum

March 6th 3:30 pm · Oberlin Elementary School, Gymnasium · Lorain County Community Foundation JB Thomas Fund

Oberlin City School District has been chosen to house the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, founded by Dr. Khalid el-Hakim.

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