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Smokey Hollow Commemoration & Exhibit

Presented by John G. Riley Center & Museum of African-American History and Culture at The Edison Restaurant, Tallahassee FL

Mar 23 2016
Smokey Hollow Commemoration & Exhibit

Celebrate the vibrant history of the Smokey Hollow community! Enjoy stories from former Smokey Hollow community members and browse art pieces as we reflect on the community’s shared history.

It is one of the forgotten neighborhoods of Tallahassee history. Which is why it may be the most significant feature added to Tallahassee’s Cascades Park:

The Smokey Hollow Commemoration

Join us as we share in commemorating the lasting legacy of the Historic Smokey Hollow community.


The Edison Restaurant

470 Suwanee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32301

Full map and directions


    • Audio Description
    • Large Print
    • Low Vision
    • Wheelchair Access

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