Twelfth African American Cultural Celebration
Celebrate the state-wide kick off to Black history month and NC's rich African American heritage and culture with an exciting, day of music, activities, presentations, crafts, entertainment and food. This year's theme, Defining Freedom, honors the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, which was signed in 1863. One of the museum's largest free public events, it's fun for the entire family!
10,000 attendees expected.
** Estimated start time -- Please confirm **
Created by NC Museum of History
5 E. Edenton St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
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|7/26||1:30p||Saturdays in the Garden|
|7/31||10:00a||Storytime in the Gallery|
|8/2||11:00a||Cedars on the Plaza Lebanese Fesival|
|8/2||11:00a||Cedars in the Pines on the Plaza|
|8/5||10:00a||Time for Tots: Colonial Clothing|
|8/5||12:00p||Exhibit Closing: Formed, Fired, and Finished: Art Pottery from the James-Farmer Collection|
|8/6||10:00a||History Corner: Play Ball!|
|8/6||11:15a||History Hunters: The Boys—and Girls—of Summer|
|8/7||10:00a||Storytime in the Gallery|