The Richard Kemp Center (RKC) hosts an annual block party to celebrate our youth! Among the list of activities include guests for spoken word, some prizes and school supplies for the youth. Click the 'find out more' tab below to see the previous RKC's Back in School Block Party.
Special Appearance by: Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele, CEO of the largest Non-profit Women in Agriculture Organization in the World.
National Women in Agriculture's (NWIAA’s) mission is to engage minority youth and female farmers to reach their fullest potential while advancing in the field of agriculture - providing life-skills, career opportunities, and the mentorship needed to become prosperous citizens. https://www.drtammygraysteele.com/
In commemoration of the 1619 arrival of the first Africans in English North America, the Hampton History Museum has two pop-up versions of its exhibit “1619: Arrival of the First Africans” available for community groups, schools, churches, libraries, events, and other uses. Consisting of 6 retractable banners that can easily be transported in most vehicles. We’re happy to be able to bring it to Vermont. They are currently housed at the Richard Kemp Center for viewing.