Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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Friday, June 19, 2020 marks the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, 155 years of black excellence and achievement in America
Drop by for a peek inside the historic log cabin near the Seneca Creek State Park Office. Learn about the cabin’s original location, why it was moved, and how people lived in primitive homes in the past.
Maryland Humanities presents a 3 part living history performance series.
This unique African American site dates back to the 1860s with the church and original one-room schoolhouse still in use. Learn about the history of this community as well as updates on site renovations and the renovated Loving Charity Hall (1914).
Sandy Spring Museum commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day with a series of programs on America’s weapons deployed in twentieth-century world wars.
Montgomery Parks is honoring the memory of Josiah Henson by publishing a comprehensive biography and planning a brand-new museum scheduled to open in the summer of 2020.
Fourteen actors will take on characters who will “come to life” and talk about their inspiration during the second iteration of “The Living Museum”.
An exhibit called, “To Bear Witness: The Art of Testimony” is a quiet reminder of lives cut short and families impacted by the horrors of the Holocaust.