1. Stop by Uncle Charlie’s Story House on Friday at 10am, 7/11 – 8/8! Enjoy the folklore, memories and history of Chinatown with Uncle Charlie and others. After the talk story, there will be a Question & Answer portion. Kids, adults, and groups of all ages are welcome! Call 4153911188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your visit today. Reservations are required.
This program is brought to you by PG&E, Wells Fargo, and The Robert Joseph Louie Memorial Fund.
2. For a limited time only between July 11 to August 8, 2014: book a CHSA Museum docent tour and/or a History Alive! performance for free. Available for groups of youth (10 and older) and adults. By appointment only! Call 4153911188 or email email@example.com to schedule your group today. Groups must be minimum of 10, no more than 20.
Guided tours include an overview of the main gallery and museum history. Available in English, as well as Mandarin or Cantonese (upon request).
Our featured History Alive! program is “I Want to Go to School: The Case of Tape vs. Hurley.” In 1885 Mamie Tape’s parents wanted their 8 year old daughter to attend Spring Valley Primary School in San Francisco. When school Principal Jennie Hurley denied the child admission because Mamie was Chinese, the Tape family sued Jennie Hurley and the San Francisco School District. The case Tape vs. Hurley became one of the most important civil rights decisions in American history.
For information about CHSA’s additional programs please visit our Education page.