Saturday morning, visitors to the Alexandria Black History Museum were entertained by the storyteller, Vann-Di Galloway. Galloway related stories that he grew up with in Reedville, N. C. As a child on a farm he was taught to read at a young age. He grew up playing on the farm, listening to stories told by his family and reading.
Upcoming events at the museum include “An Evening of Jazz” on Feb. 25 and a gallery talk and show “Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity” March 4. On exhibit now until March 10 is a display “Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity.” For more information on events at the Black History Museum call 703-838-4356. The museum is located at 902 Wythe St.