The Eddie Mae Herron Center & Museum

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is many things: a museum, an education center, a community center, a heritage and culture center. We preserves and displays a portion of nearly 200 years of African American history in Randolph County, AR.

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Miss Eddie Mae Herron

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is named after Miss Eddie Mae Herron, the teacher at this one room school on Archer Street.

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About the Eddie Mae Herron Center

The Eddie Mae Herron Center is many things: a museum, an education center, a community center, a heritage and culture center. The Center preserves and displays a portion of nearly two hundred years of African American history in Randolph County, Arkansas.

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Juneteenth Celebration

June 17th & 18th

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Javis “JaySoul” Neal

Javis “JaySoul” Neal will perform Saturday June18th. at the Eddie Mae Herron Center from 1-3 Born March 28, 1975, in Memphis, TN; Husband to lovely wife Nakita; 4 beautiful children. Affiliations: Formerly of the show band, “The Party Jammers (aka The... read more

Mr. & Miss Juneteenth 2016

The Eddie Mae Herron Center will be hosting Mr. & Miss Juneteenth 2016 on Saturday, June 18th at 10am. Registration fee is $10 with Most Photogenic, Prettiest Smile, and Best Dressed being awarded. There will be a $5 fee per category. Red, white and blue casual... read more

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