Cheap Thrills – February 18

VOICES FROM THE PAST: HARRIET TUBMAN, 1:30 p.m. Feb. 20, Johnson County Museum of History,135 N. Main St., Franklin, free, celebrate Black History Month and learn more about Harriet Tubman from Paulette Roberts, who portrays her. Tubman lived a full but perilous life as an abolitionist, humanitarian, spy and suffragette. This free event is part of the Storytellers From the Past, a series of programs cosponsored by the Johnson County Museum of History and the Johnson County Public Library, 346-4500,

LITERARY TOUR OF ENGLAND INFORMATION SESSION, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 24, Greenwood Public Library, 310 S. Meridian St., Greenwood, readers can immerse themselves in British literature and culture with a 10-day tour of England that will cover hot spots covering Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Harry Potter. Dates of travel will be Sept. 7 to 17. Itinerary highlights include a city tour of London, a day at Harry Potter Studios, a dinner and overnight in Oxford, a guided tour of Oxford, a full-day Shakespeare tour, Gloucester Cathedral, tours of locations where Downton Abbey was shot, the Jane Austen Festival and more. To see more complete information, visit Register for the information session at

DANCE, 3 to 5 p.m. Feb. 24, Franklin Active Adult Center,160 E Adams St., Franklin, $2 per person, Scott Strange, a.k.a. Dr. Rocker, will provide music for the dance; open to anyone 55 and over. Bev Bonsett, 736-3696