Lewis Museum Marks 10th Anniversary

15.11.14 Save The Date Postcard Gala

Reginald F. Lewis Museum Marks 10th Anniversary

with Open House and Cake Cutting


Celebration will also recognize educators behind “An African American Journey” curriculum


WHAT: Reginald F. Lewis Museum 10th Anniversary Celebration


The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture celebrates its 10th anniversary with a FREE open house and cake cutting ceremony.


In addition to the open house, the museum will host a program to recognize the individuals who conceived, developed and implemented An African American Journey: A Resource for Learning the History of African Americans in Maryland and the United States. The curriculum, a teacher’s resource guide for grades 4-12, provides educational lessons and activities about African American history as a vital and integral part of American history. It is the result of a unique partnership between the museum and the Maryland State Department of Education. The program includes living history performances and musical performances by the Western High School Concert Choir and the Dunbar Jazz Ensemble.


ONSITE CONTACT: Helen Yuen, 202-352-8987


WHEN: Thursday, June 25, 2015 (Recognition program and live performances 1-3 p.m., cake cutting ceremony and additional live performances 3 p.m.)


WHERE: Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202


PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES: Cake cutting ceremony, interviews with honorees and museum executive director, live performances by Western High School Concert Choir and Dunbar Jazz Ensemble


Founded on June 25, 2005, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is Baltimore’s premier facility highlighting the history and accomplishments of African Americans with a special focus on Maryland’s African American community. A Smithsonian affiliate, the museum is the East Coast’s largest African American museum, occupying an 82,000 square-foot facility with ample permanent and special exhibition space, interactive learning environments, auditorium, resource center, oral history recording studio, museum shop, café, classrooms, meeting rooms, outside terrace and reception areas. The museum is located near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at the corner of Pratt and President Streets. The museum is also accessible on Baltimore’s Charm City Circulator Orange and Green Routes. For more information, please call 443-263-1800 or visit www.lewismuseum.org.

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