The History Today: The Children of COVID-19 exhibit is currently on display at the Sterling Heights Community Center.
Organized by the Sterling Heights Historical Commission, the exhibit documents the first-hand experience of children, age 18 and under, during the height of the pandemic. Varying mediums of art and words express what these youth were experiencing during this unprecedented moment in time. Works on display are from students in Sterling Heights, Clinton Township, Shelby Township, Mount Clemens, and Macomb.
Visit the Sterling Heights Community Center’s second floor during normal hours of operation now until Labor Day weekend to view the exhibit. History Today: The Children of COVID-19 is free and open to the public.