• In-person and Virtual Programs in August

    July 26, 2021

    Connect with National Trust Historic Sites from across the country with a selection of in-person and virtual events, exhibitions, and opportunities in August 2021.

    Featured Virtual Events

    Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios
    Historic Artists' Homes & Studios Virtual Road Trip: The Dorothy Riester House and Studio
    Monday, August 9 at 3 p.m. ET
    Free to attend webinar; registration required

    On the last stop of this six-part virtual road trip, explore the handmade home and studio of Dorothy Riester. Sitting atop a 23-acre wooded landscape, the Cazenovia, New York, property joined the Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program in 2021. Discover Riester's sculpture and design practice, and learn how her love for historic preservation and land conservation led to the creation of Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. Considered Riester's most remarkable accomplishment, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is now a public sculpture garden, exhibition space, and artist residency program.

    Belle Grove
    How Remote Sensing Helps Public Archaeology
    Wednesday, August 11 at 10:30 a.m. ET
    Free to attend webinar; registration required

    As Belle Grove Plantation researchers investigated the enslaved quarters on the property, they frequently used time-honored methods of archaeology. Join the discussion on how remote sensing (Ground Penetrating Radar and Light Detection and Ranging or LIDAR) for 3D mapping may help them find foundations and roads that would otherwise be difficult or time-consuming to detect. Lead archaeologist Matthew Greer and the archeology team will explain these techniques both in person on the lower level of the Manor House (check-in at the Welcome Center first) and online.

    Other Virtual Events

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    White House History Live—Inside Camp David
    Tuesday, August 10 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; Facebook live stream

    History Happy Hour—The Man I Knew: The Amazing Story of George H.W. Bush’s Post-Presidency
    Thursday, August 12 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend webinar; registration required

    History Happy Hour—The Official White House Christmas Ornament: The History of a Classic Holiday Tradition
    Thursday, August 26 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend webinar; registration required

    Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    Virtual Tour: Tenement Kitchens
    Wednesday, August 11 at 7 p.m. ET
    Suggested donation; YouTube Live

    Montpelier
    Constitution 101: Kurt Lash on The Reconstruction Amendments
    Sunday, August 15 at 5 p.m. ET
    $25 to attend webinar; registration required

    Touro Synagogue
    74th Annual George Washington Letter Reading and Keynote Address
    Sunday, August 15 at 1 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; Facebook Livestream

    Featured Onsite Events

    Chesterwood in Stockbridge, Massachusetts
    The President and the Playwright: Abraham Lincoln and William Shakespeare
    Wednesday, August 4 at 5 p.m. ET
    $35 per adult ticket; under age 18 free

    From his frontier youth onward, Abraham Lincoln found comfort and inspiration in the writings of William Shakespeare. As a child, Lincoln read, and later memorized, the great soliloquies. As president, he frequented performances and readings of Shakespeare’s plays in Washington, D.C., even as the Civil War competed for his time and attention. In this special Chesterwood performance, actor Rufus Collins performs Lincoln’s favorite Shakespearian soliloquies, and historian Harold Holzer serves as narrator to describe Lincoln’s habits and preferences as a reader and theater-goer.

    Filoli in Monterey, California
    Wine Weekend
    Saturday, August 14, and Sunday, August 15 from 10 a.m.—5 p.m. PT
    $25 for adults; ticket required

    Wine Weekend shines the spotlight on local wineries and breweries to give Filoli visitors a rare opportunity to taste, purchase, and enjoy a selection of libations not typically offered on property. Tastings are included with the purchase of a signature Filoli stemless wine glass. Visitors can purchase food in the Quail’s Nest Caf, on the Woodland Garden Court, or bring food for picnicking by the Visitor and Education Center.

    Other Onsite Events

    Brucemore in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    Music in the Courtyard by Gerard Estella
    August 6, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21 at 7:30 p.m.
    $100 per table of up to four people

    Cliveden, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Indoor and Outdoor August Tours
    Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in August at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
    $10 per adult; $8 per student; children under 6 free

    Farnsworth House in Plano, Illinois
    Celebrate International Dog Day: Farnsworth with Fido
    Saturday, August 28 from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    $10 per adult; dogs free

    The Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut
    Self-guided site pass includes viewing David Hartt: A Colored Garden and Pliable Plane: Anni Albers
    Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday in August from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    $30 per person

    Montpelier in Orange, Virginia
    Exploring the Home Farm
    Thursday, August 12 at 1 p.m.
    $25 per adult; $13 per child; under 6 free

    Sites of Domestic Labor – Archaeology in the Woods
    Sunday, August 15 at 1 p.m.
    $25 per adult; $13 per child; under 6 free

    Artifacts Tell a Story Tour
    Friday, August 27 at 1 p.m.
    $25 per adult; $13 per child; under 6 free

  • Virtual Programs in July

    June 25, 2021

    Connect with National Trust Historic Sites from across the country with a selection of virtual events, exhibitions, and opportunities in July 2021.

    Featured

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    White House History Teacher’s Institute
    Monday, July 12 through Friday, July 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. ET daily
    Free to attend; registration required

    At the annual White House History Teacher’s Institute (WHHTI), discover the wider history of this iconic building and explore how educators can use these stories to enhance their classrooms. This immersive teacher professional development is a five-day virtual summer program hosted by the White House Historical Association that is open to all K-12 educators. The Institute features discussions with historians, inquiry-based learning activities, special speakers, exclusive access to resources, and networking with fellow educators from across the country.

    Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    Reclaiming Black Spaces
    Wednesday, July 14 at 6 pm ET
    $10 to attend; tickets required

    The Tenement Museum’s newest virtual tour, Reclaiming Black Spaces, explores stories that highlight how Black and African Americans shaped Lower Manhattan as they made homes, businesses, and communities there over the centuries. What drew Black New Yorkers to Lower Manhattan, and how were their experiences shaped by that migration? How did those communities create a sense of home, and how did they resist the racism they faced? From the story of Sebastiaen de Britto, one of the first Black residents of the area in the 1640s, to Studio We, a musicians’ collective in the 1970s,look through windows into the past that expand the history of today’s Lower East Side.

    Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios
    Virtual Road Trip: Roger Brown Study Collection (Chicago, Illinois)
    Wednesday, July 21 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    On the fifth stop of a six-part virtual road trip, meet artist and voracious art and object collector, Roger Brown. Adventuring into Brown's integrated home, studio, garden, and collection environment—a former storefront building where Brown lived and worked for more than twenty years —, visitors will encounter what Brown often referred to as his "museum of inspiration." This whimsical space holds Brown's original works, along with works from other Chicago Imagists and non-mainstream artists.It also features his collection of folk and tribal art, material and popular culture ephemera, costumes, furniture, and things found wandering here and there, including Brown's Ford Mustang still parked in the garage.  

    Touro Synagogue
    Sephardic Songs Performed Live
    Sunday, July 25 at 4 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    The first Jewish people who came to the New World in the 1630s were Sephardic–meaning from the Iberian Peninsula—and most had ancestors who were driven out of Spain and Portugal in 1492 or forced to convert to Catholicism in the Spanish Inquisition. A small group of them learned of Rhode Island’s freedom of religion and ventured to Newport in search of a sanctuary from persecution. Touro Synagogue Foundation, in association with Congregation Shearith Israel in New York, presents a free virtual concert of Sephardic Music by Gerard Edery. Streamed live from Edery’s studio in Warsaw, Poland, the songs celebrate the Jewish culture of Spain and Portugal, and draws on Moroccan and other North African and Turkish sources, which Edery will explain during the concert.

    Other Upcoming Events

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    White House History Live – Pulitzer Prize winner Kai Bird on Jimmy Carter
    Tuesday, July 13 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; Facebook livestream

    Jacqueline Kennedy’s Birthday and Quarterly Lecture Series on Designing Camelot
    Wednesday, July 28 at noon ET
    Free to attend; registration required
    https://www.whitehousehistory.org/events

    James Madison’s Montpelier
    Constitution 101 - Dick Howard on the Constitution of Virginia: Defining the Political Community
    Sunday, July 18 from 5 p.m. ET
    $25 to attend; registration required

    Museum of African American History
    Night in White with Anthony Anderson
    Thursday, July 1, at 6 p.m. ET
    $500 per couple

    Kykuit/The Pocantico Center
    Conversations on Sculpture with Arnaldo Ugarte
    Published on June 30
    Free to view

  • Virtual Programs in June

    June 1, 2021

    Connect with National Trust Historic Sites from across the country with a selection of virtual events, exhibitions, and opportunities in June 2021.

    Featured

    James Madison’s Montpelier
    Celebrate Juneteenth Online
    Events held June 1—30
    Virtual events are free to attend; registration required for some

    Juneteenth commemorates the anniversary when news of the official proclamation that “all slaves are free” finally reached those enslaved in Texas—two months after the end of the Civil War and more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation. Recognized annually on June 19, it is the most popular celebration of the end of slavery and is recognized as an official holiday in Virginia. Montpelier, together with the Orange County African American Historical Society, will co-host virtual Juneteenth this year with events all month long.

    President Lincoln’s Cottage
    Bourbon and Bluegrass 2021 featuring Dom Flemons
    Sunday, June 13, 4–7 p.m. ET
    $45 to attend; registration required

    Bourbon and Bluegrass is a celebration of iconic American music and cocktails that is broadcast live from President Lincoln’s Cottage. Headlined by Grammy-winner and American songster Dom Flemons, this year’s festivities bring special cocktails by Maker’s Mark and Basil Hayden to you. The event is virtual for the public, while the bands will perform live to the veterans of the Armed Forces Retirement home to show them our gratitude for their service and to honor their fortitude during the COVID-19 pandemic. All proceeds go towards preserving President Lincoln’s Cottage, the birthplace of the Emancipation Proclamation, and continuing Lincoln’s fight for freedom.

    Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios
    Virtual Road Trip: Melrose Plantation and the African House
    Wednesday, June 16 at 1 p.m. MT
    Free to attend, registration required

    Experience the fourth stop of the Virtual Road Trip, a collaboration between Historic Artists' Homes and Studios (HAHS) and the James Castle House (Boise, Idaho). Travel to Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, to Melrose Plantation and the African House—a HAHS site, former National Treasure, and HOPE Crew Project. Here visitors will encounter the self-taught African American folk artist, Clementine Hunter. Adventuring along the Cane River and into the African House where Hunter's murals depict the story of everyday life on the plantation, and the nearby small cabin space where Hunter lived and painted for many years, explore the site today, which reveals Hunter's incredible legacy through cooking, object-making, and painting.

    Belle Grove
    A Man of Honor: An Evening Celebrating the Service of Carl Brashear
    Tuesday, June 22 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend, registration required

    As part of Belle Grove’s participation in the Blue Star Museums program, join Chief Warrant Officer 5, Phillip Brashear, as he discusses his father, U.S. Navy master diver Carl Brashear, and his amazing journey to become the first African American to graduate from the Diving & Salvage School and overcome adversity in his career. The major motion picture film Men of Honor was based on his life story.

    Other Upcoming Events

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    History Happy Hour: LBJ and the Great Society with Melody Barnes
    Thursday, June 3 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    White House History Live: Chocolate City–History of Race and Democracy in the Nation’s Capital
    Tuesday, June 15 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    History Happy Hour: Daughters of Yalta with Catherine Grace Katz
    Thursday, June 17 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    The Glass House
    Life, Ebony, and Modernism in 1950s America with Author Kristina Wilson
    Monday, June 7 at 6:30 p.m.
    Free to attend; registration required

    James Madison’s Montpelier
    Montpelier Virtual Book Club: “On Juneteenth” with Annette Gordon-Reed
    Wednesday, June 2 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Juneteenth Virtual Book Talk with Picture Book Biography Author Glenda Armand
    Monday, June 7 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Lyndhurst
    2021 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
    Friday, June 11 through Sunday, June 13
    Livestream and telecast coverage on FOX

    President Lincoln’s Cottage
    Lincoln Letters Puzzle Game
    Register by Sunday, June 20
    $10 for three weeks of family puzzle games; registration required

    Villa Finale Museum & Gardens
    Power of a Story: Robert Salcido, Jr., Executive Director of Pride Center San Antonio
    Thursday, June 10 at 6 p.m. CT
    Free to attend; registration required

  • Virtual Programs in May

    April 22, 2021

    Connect with National Trust Historic Sites from across the country with a selection of virtual events, exhibitions, and opportunities in May 2021.

    Featured Events

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    The First Ladies Symposium
    Thursday, May 6 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET (drop-ins encouraged)
    Free to attend; registration required

    The 2021 First Ladies Symposium is a day-long virtual event, hosted by the White House Historical Association in partnership with American University’s First Ladies Initiative. Throughout the day, drop in on multiple morning and afternoon sessions featuring prominent scholars, historians, and professionals as they discuss First Ladies throughout history and their relationship to gender, communications, historic preservation, and more.

    Villa Finale
    Power of a Story with Deborah Omowale Jarmon
    Thursday, May 6 at 6 p.m. CT
    Free to attend; registration required

    Power of a Story will mark the sixth year of Villa Finale’s annual parlor lecture series. These intimate talks with poets, politicians, academics, and musicians have become a Villa Finale signature. The first virtual lecture of 2021 features Deborah Omowale Jarmon, a community advocate with a mission to connect the African American community to each other, opportunities, and history. Jarmon’s new position as the CEO/Director of the San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum provides an opportunity to carry out her mission.

    James Madison’s Montpelier
    Dolley Madison Legacy Virtual Presentation
    Friday, May 7 at 1 p.m. ET
    Choose donation amount to purchase ticket; registration required

    Dr. Madeline Albright, who served as the first female secretary of state and currently serves as Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, will serve as the keynote speaker for this year’s Dolley Madison Legacy Event. Dr. Albright will be joined in conversation by David Rubenstein, a philanthropist who has provided gifts for the restoration and preservation of many historical sites, including James Madison's Montpelier. Proceeds from this year's event will support The Montpelier Foundation's mission as the center for constitutional education and preservation of the legacy of Dolley and James Madison.

    Glass House
    Robert Hobbs on Frank Stella
    Thursday, May 20 at 5 p.m. ET
    $15 to attend

    Frank Stella’s Stars, A Survey, on view at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, traces Stella’s singular use of the star. Standing out as a stable and identifiable shape amid a complex tangle of abstract forms, the artist has utilized this shape over his long career. Robert Hobbs, art historian and curator specializing in 20th and 21st century art, discusses Stella’s artistic development and his place in art history by examining the artist’s works from the Aldrich exhibition and the collection of The Glass House.

    Other Upcoming Events

    Decatur House/White House Historical Association
    History Happy Hour—Eleanor: Her Impact and Influence on the Role of First Lady
    Thursday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    History Happy Hour—Lincoln in Private
    Thursday, May 20 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    White House History Live: Grant’s Tomb—The Life and Legacy of Ulysses S. Grant
    Thursday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free Facebook Livestream event

    Drayton Hall
    Life in the City—Houses of Rebecca Perry Drayton
    Thursday, May 13 at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate What You Can; registration required

    Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios
    Queering Memory and the Alice Austen House & Unrolling the Work of Weaver Loja Saarinen
    Friday, May 7 at 3 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    SURSUM: The Elisabet Ney Museum Arises & Monumental Opportunities: Richmond and the Valentine Studio
    Friday, May 14 at 3 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Creating Authenticity: A Case Study & Art, History and Authenticity at the Florence Griswold Museum
    Friday, May 21 at 3 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    James Madison’s Montpelier
    Montpelier Virtual Book Club: Akhil Reed Amar’s The Words That Made Us: America’s Constitutional Conversation, 1760-1840
    Tuesday, May 4 at 6 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    Virtual: Reclaiming Black Spaces
    Tuesday, May 18 at 7 p.m. ET
    Thursday, May 20 at 7 p.m. ET
    Thursday, May 27 at 7 p.m. ET
    $10 to attend

    Touro Synagogue
    Why Old Places Matter: How Historic Places Affect Our Well-Being Book Discussion by Author Thompson Mayes, Preservationist and Senior Counsel for the National Trust for Historic Preservation
    Thursday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
    Free to attend; registration required

    Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey House
    Color of Mood: Self-Reflection on a Historic Year
    Thursday, May 13 from 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Stitching History: Telling the Stories of the Past and Today
    Thursday, May 20 from 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    The Transformative Power of Textiles: Activism, Community, and Healing
    Monday, May 24 from 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Occupying White Spaces: Stitching in Color
    Thursday, May 27 from 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    President Woodrow Wilson House
    Dr. Cathleen Cahill on “Recasting the Vote: How Women of Color Transformed the Suffrage Movement”
    Tuesday, May 11 from 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

  • Virtual Programs in April

    March 19, 2021

    Connect with National Trust Historic Sites from across the country with a selection of virtual events, exhibitions, and opportunities in April 2021.

    Featured Events

    Touro Synagogue
    The State of Anti-Semitism Today and AJC's Global Jewish Advocacy
    Thursday, April 1 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Join Touro Synagogue Foundation for the first program of its 2021 Judah Touro Lecture Series. In this time of a new rising tide of anti-Semitism, David Harris, CEO of the American Jewish Committee, will discuss the role organizations, large and small, can play in working together to address this dark and dangerous trend. He will share what the AJC is doing to counter all forms of anti-Semitism—not just in America, but around the world.

    Kykuit
    Rene D’Harnoncourt and the Art of Installation with Michelle Elligott, MoMA
    Wednesday, April 7 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    The Pocantico Center presents its virtual 2021 spring forum, Rene D’Harnoncourt and the Art of Installation with Michelle Elligott, Chief of Archives, Library, and Research Collections at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Michelle will discuss her new book, named one of The New York Times' Best Art Books of 2018, and D'Harnoncourt's visionary approach to installing exhibitions as MoMA's director from 1949 to 1968. The discussion will be moderated by Katrina London, Manager of Collections and Curatorial Projects at The Pocantico Center.

    Montpelier
    Virtual Book Club: Gretchen Sorin’s Driving While Black
    Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m. ET
    $10 to attend; registration required

    Read along with Montpelier and acclaimed historian Gretchen Sorin, author of Driving While Black. Sorin reveals how the car—the ultimate symbol of independence and possibility—has always held particular importance for African Americans. It allowed Black families to evade the many dangers presented by an entrenched racist society and to enjoy, in some measure, the freedom of the open road. Interwoven with Sorin’s family history and enhanced by dozens of little-known images, Driving While Black charts how the automobile fundamentally reshaped African American life and provided a new view onto one of the most important issues of our time.

    Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios
    Historic Artists' Homes & Studios Virtual Road Trip: The David Ireland House
    Thursday, April 15 at 4 p.m. MT
    Free to attend, registration required

    Take a virtual road trip across the United States to explore unique and wholly original historic artist homes and studios. The second stop of this six-part virtual journey explores the late, pioneering conceptual artist, David Ireland. Peek into Ireland's house to explore the nearly 34-year-long project that both inspired and later became known as Ireland's most significant work of art: 500 Capp Street. Tour the present-day site, revealing Ireland's artistic philosophy, and discover the exhibitions and programs that celebrate David Ireland's legacy today. Fueled by the James Castle House and the Historic Artists' Homes and Studios (HAHS) program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

    Lower East Side Tenement Museum
    Lower East Side Tenement Museum Gala: Rebuild, Retell, Renew
    Thursday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET
    Free, donations appreciated; registration required

    Attend the Tenement Museum’s first ever virtual gala for all. Everyone is invited to register for this epic program exploring how we will Rebuild and strengthen our beloved tenements with our historical preservation project, Retell our histories with a new permanent exhibit on the story of Black New Yorkers in Lower Manhattan, and Renew our connection to our mission and to you, our Tenement Museum community, as we honor the 4,000 donors who helped us survive the pandemic shutdown.

    Other Upcoming Events

    Belle Grove
    Revealing the Life of Belle Grove’s Mistress Ann Maury Hite
    Tuesday, April 6 at 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Decatur House/WHHA
    History Happy Hour—A Closer Look at President Franklin Pierce
    Thursday, April 8 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free Facebook livestream event

    White House History Live—The Rise of America’s Founding Father
    Tuesday, April 13 at 5 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    History Happy Hour—White House Gardens of Camelot
    Thursday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m. ET
    Free Facebook livestream event

    Drayton Hall
    Webinar: Nighttime on the Plantation
    Thursday, April 1 at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate what you can; registration required

    Webinar: Drayton Hall and the Civil War
    Thursday, April 8 at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate what you can; registration required

    Webinar: A Tale of Two Draytons: New Perspectives on the Denmark Vesey Conspiracy
    Thursday, April 15 at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate what you can; registration required

    Virtual Book Club—101 African Americans Who Shaped South Carolina
    Tuesday, April 20 at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate what you can; registration required

    Webinar: Using Architectural Paint Analysis to Help Decipher Historic Buildings
    Thursday, April 22, at 5 p.m. ET
    Donate what you can; registration required

    Montpelier
    Constitutional Toolkit Series: Interacting with Law Enforcement
    Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Constitutional Toolkit Series: Challenges to the Constitution
    Tuesday, April 13 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Constitutional Toolkit Series: The Right to Vote
    Tuesday, April 20 at 7 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Oatlands
    Learn to Paint Pet Portraits with Ally Morgan
    Saturday, April 10 at 10 a.m. ET
    $100; registration required

    President Woodrow Wilson House
    Rebecca Boggs Roberts with Heath Hardage Lee—Edith Wilson: Brave, Beautiful, and Complicated
    Tuesday, April 13 at 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

    Villa Finale: Museum & Gardens
    Explore Staff Favorites from the Villa Finale Collections
    Thursday, April 8

    The Life and Work of Texas Artists Julian Onderdonk and Mary Bonner
    Tuesday, April 12

    A Look at a Victorian Music Box for National Poetry Month (Spanish language program)
    Monday, April 19

    Celebrate Lawn & Garden Month with Found Object Art
    Thursday, April 22

    Woodlawn Manor
    The Enslaved Community at Woodlawn
    Thursday, April 8 at 12 p.m. ET
    Free to attend; registration required

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