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Something to Chew On with Kennedy Wallace
Something to Chew On with Kennedy Wallace

Thu, Apr 18


Lake Jackson Historical Museum

Something to Chew On with Kennedy Wallace

Join us for April's Something to Chew On! Our speaker is Kennedy Wallace from the Texas Historical Commission.

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Time & Location

Apr 18, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Lake Jackson Historical Museum, 249 Circle Way, Lake Jackson, TX 77566, USA

About the event

Join us for our monthly lunch-and-learn series! Our speaker, Kennedy Wallace, will be talking about the amazing historic preservation happening at the Levi Jordan and Varner-Hogg Plantations. Don't miss it!

Kennedy is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design and the illustrious Prairie View A&M University. While attending SCAD, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Preservation Design and double minored in Design for Sustainability and Architectural History. Wallace earned a Master’s of Community Development degree from PVAMU, where she focused on community outreach and engagement, and worked as a Graduate Assistant researching Freedom Colonies in the city of Houston. 

She came to the Texas Historical Commission through the Preservation Scholar program, working with Texas Main Street to develop a DEI Toolkit. Currently, she works with a team at the Varner-Hogg and Levi Jordan Plantations and Sabine Pass Battleground where they utilize Community Development and Historic Preservation practices to help facilitate and interpret the tangible and intangible histories of the historic sites.

Bring a lunch, or order one through us by midnight on Tuesday, Apr. 16, and we'll have it ready for you when you arrive.

Order your lunch here!


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