An oral history of the Civil Rights movement in Winchester and Clark County during the 1960s will be featured at next week's monthly Second Thursday program at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum.
Kenneth Banks, a museum volunteer, will present the program, based on recently conducted interviews with several Winchester residents living here during the 1960s.
He is a graduate of George Rogers Clark High School and has a master's degree in history from Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond.
The program will begin at the museum at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Refreshments will be served.
The June 11 Second Thursday will feature a fundraising barbecue and Bluegrass music on the museum's patio. Music will be provided by Custom Made, featuring Dan Ramey of Winchester. Reservations will be required and may be made by calling 745-1358 by