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Tony and Julie Atlas will read and discuss “32 Letters,” a celebration of Tony’s time as the first full-time African American batboy for the California Angels (now the Los Angeles Angels). Tony, Julie, and special guests Nutzy of the Richmond Flying Squirrels and Blaze and Holly of the Tri-City Chili Peppers will take photographs and sign autographs. The opening act features lifelong educator Thea Paul singing her original composition, "The Black History Song." Ages 6-11 and their caregivers. Registration begins Jan. 27.
This event is part of Black History Month 2024.