Kathe Hambrick-Jackson, curator of the African-American Museum on River Road, gives a lecture on her museum located in Donaldsonville, including a photographic historic overview on the role faith has played in African-American communities in Ascension parish and adjacent river parishes. The talk, sponsored by the Baton Rouge Genealogical and Historical Society, will be held at Bluebonnet Library. 10 am at 9200 Bluebonnet Boulevard. Free. (225) 924-8921 or batonrougegenealogy.org.