Jackson College Winter Film Series. “When Harry Met Sally”. Two Manhattan careerists (Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan) first hate, then like and eventually love each other over the course of 12 years. Doors open at 7:00 P.M. Film at 7:15 P.M. Admission $5. Michigan Theatre, downtown Jackson.
Jackson District Library, JACRAA and AMEN 4 Youth presents RESTORING THE VILLAGE: The Importance of Rebuilding the Black Community, a weekly Black History Month Lecture Series hosted by Hakim Nathaniel Crampton and featuring local Jackson leaders, each of whom will present a formal Lecture/Presentation outlining what the Black Community should consider in its efforts to Restore the Village and Rebuild the Black Community. FREE and open to the public. Jackson District Library Carnegie Branch 6:30-9:00pm. Tonight’s program: Empowering the Village through Education with Anthony Coffie and Financially Empowering the Village with Katena Cain. Complete Program and further details here on Facebook. No Ticket needed to attend. FREE and open to the public.
State Representative Julie Alexander Office Hours. 12 PM to 1 PM. At the Jackson County Tower Building, First Floor.
Save Our Youth & Jackson College African American Quiz Contest. 12 PM, Bert Walker Hall, Jackson College Central Campus. Students from Jackson High School and Jackson College compete. Black History presentation by Judy Gail Krasnow.
Professional Tax Help. Get FREE professional tax help for your 2018 tax returns. Weekdays from 4-7pm starting February 4th. Location: Carnegie Branch, Jackson District Library – 244 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson. Call 517.788.4087 with any questions.