Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum Presents its Fifth Annual Chocolate Garden Tea and Luncheon.


Saturday, May 13, 2017

Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum Presents its Fifth Annual Chocolate Garden Tea and Luncheon.

Theme: History through Fashion–Character Fashion Show.

This event is a fundraiser for the Doleman Black Heritage Museum.

10th Annual Masquerade Ball with A Cotton Club Twist


Friday, November 3, 2017
10th Annual Masquerade Ball with A Cotton Club Twist

(More details to come later in the year.)

ANNUAL CHOCOLATE GARDEN TEA AND LUNCHEON WITH SPECIAL GUEST CECILIA SUMMERS AUTHOR OF “WE’RE CROSSIN’ OVER ONE BY ONE”.


PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 FRIENDS OF THE DOLEMAN BLACK HERITAGE MUSEUM PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL

CHOCOLATE GARDEN TEA AND LUNCHEON WITH SPECIAL GUEST CECILIA SUMMERS AUTHOR OF “WE’RE CROSSIN’ OVER ONE BY ONE”.

Hagerstown, MD July 16, 2018 – This is a fundraiser for the Doleman Black Heritage Museum(DBHM) which is a nonprofit 501 c 3 located at 540 N. Locust Street, Hagerstown, MD. Friends of DBHM invites you to come out in support of our Annual Chocolate Garden Tea and Luncheon. This year we celebrate the consciousness, love, and power of women making a difference in the community.

Our special guest is dynamic new author, Cecilia Summers of “We’re Crossin’ Over One By One” is riveting tale of the Brooks Family of Front Royal, Virginia and their family secret that changed the course of U.S. history. Cecelia became aware that one of her ancestors was freed before the Emancipation Proclamation. She speculated as to why he continued to reside in the slave state of Virginia. And, after further genealogical research, she wrote her first novel; WE’RE CROSSIN’ OVER ONE BY ONE, the evocative saga of her fictitious ancestor’s incredible story.

We invite you to come out and enjoy an afternoon of great fun traveling through history. As in the past there will be raffles, a hat parade, door prize, food and entertainment.

Time and Date: 3:00 – 5:00 PM,  (Doors open at 2 pm) SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2018

Location: ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 18313 Lappans Road, Boonsboro, MD 21713

Catering by: Applause Caterers and International Tea’s by JPMino Coffee’s

Ticket Donation: $25.00

To Purchase Tickets: Rosemary Lucas @ 301-797-5884   OR   Elaine Mason @ 301-331-7275

Fashion Show & Dance Fundraiser


July 31st – Fashion Show & Dance Fundraiser 7pm-1am @ Best Western Grand Venice Ballroom – $20.00

It is that time of the year again and we are planning the 2nd fundraiser for the Doleman Black Heritage Museum’s “A Walk through History in Fashion-Show and Dance” slated for Saturday, July 31, 2010. The evening begins at 7pm where guest will attempt to identify famous personalities from our past through conversations and costumes adorn by our fashion show models. After the meet and greet there will be a fashion show which reveals the identity of the characters and showcases the fashions of the 2010 summer season. The evening will end with a high spirited dance celebrating the supporters and friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum. To purchase tickets, 301/791.4826.

  • Saturday, July 31, 2010
  • 7pm-1am
  • Best Western Grand Venice Hotel, Ballroom
  • Dual Highway, Hagerstown, MD 21740
  • Admission: $20.00 each

Rooms are available at Best Western Grand Venice Inn Hotel, Ballroom for the evening for $59.00 ea. (+ tax); which include one (1) complimentary ticket for the show & dance. For more information: Best Western, 301-733-0830 or info@grandvenicehotel.com. Reference: DBHM Fashion Show & Dance.


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DBHM Board Meeting


August 16th – DBHM Board Mtg. 6:30pm @ MRC

DBHM Board Meeting


September 20th – DBHM Board Mtg. 6:30pm @ MRC

DBHM Board Meeting


October 18th – DBHM Board Mtg. 6:30pm @ MRC

DBHM Board Meeting


November 15th – DBHM Board Mtg. 6:30pm @ MRC

DBHM Board Meeting


December 20th – DBHM Board Mtg. 6:30pm @ MRC

Concert benefits Doleman Black Heritage Museum


February 25, 2010 – The Coppin State University concert choir will give its first off-campus performance in three years in an effort to house the collection of the late Marguerite Doleman. The choir is the featured act Saturday, Feb. 27, at The Maryland Theatre in downtown Hagerstown, where there will also be performances by students from the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown.

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