By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Heinz History Center and Carnegie Science Center are offering free virtual programs throughout Black History Month.READ MORE: 2 Flown To Hospital After Multi-Vehicle Crash In Westmoreland County
The programs are being presented by the “African American Program” at the History Center.
The first event, The Bonds of Family and Legacy is set for Feb. 11.
Admission is free, but you are asked to register in advance.READ MORE: As People Struggle To Secure Unemployment Benefits, Prosecutors Say Fraud Is Widespread
To do so, click here.
You can also visit the Heinz History Center’s events page for their other Black History Month events, including lectures on the Underground Railroad, the Civil Rights Movement and more.
Over at the Carnegie Science Center, they are also offering virtual lectures with Black scientists who work in the STEM field. They’ll be talking about what they do and why STEM education is so important.
They will also be reopening their Miniature Railroad and Village featuring notable Pittsburgh landmarks in the Civil Rights Movement.MORE NEWS: Kennywood's Jack Rabbit Roller Coaster Gets Squeaky Clean During Offseason
For more information on their Black History Month events, visit the Carnegie Science Center’s website here.