“A Journey Shared: African-Americans in Daviess County” — the first major exhibition of black history ever staged in Owensboro. Will feature music, films, exhibits and displays documenting the black experience in Daviess County since the 1700s is set to open at the Daviess County Museum of History and Science. The ribbon cutting for the exhibit is set for 7 p.m. Friday, following the unveiling of a historical marker honoring black Union soldiers from Daviess County during the Civil War. The marker will be near the northwest corner of the Daviess County Courthouse lawn. The exhibit will begin with a free reception featuring soul food at 7:30 p.m. at the museum. It’s open to the public.