The United Ebony Society of Gwinnett County, Inc. has partnered with the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center to bring to you a Living History Event at The Yellow River Post Office. This event will take place on Saturday, August 29, 2015 from 10:00 a. m. -4:00 p. m. The Yellow River Post Office is located at 3519 Five Forks Trickum Road, Lilburn, Georgia 30047. Shuttle service will be available to visitors less than a mile away due to limited parking at the Yellow River Post Office. This event is for the entire family!
Visitors will explore the cultural contributions of African-Americans during the 1800’s through an interpretation of the slave cabin. Visitors will learn about their daily lives, important skills that the slaves provided and view artifacts. Our theme will be “Commemorating 145/50 Years: The Struggle for Equality through Voting Rights”. The guest speaker, Mike “Stinger” Glenn will present from 1:00 p. m.-2:00 p. m.
Please visit the website for further information regarding admission fee, shuttle service to assist with parking, pre-registration or payment on the day of the event at the gate.
Living History Program
Saturday, August 29th
Yellow River Post Office,
3519 Five Forks Trickum Road
Lilburn, Georgia 30047
10:00 a. m. -4:00 a. m.
2015 Robbie Susan Moore Recipients
The vision of the United Ebony Society of Gwinnett County, Inc. is to utilize positive actions that continuously educate, engage and collaborate with Gwinnett County residents in order to build a stronger community that embraces the diversity of Gwinnett County.