Last Chance – Greenbelt Museum Excursion this Friday

Don’t forget to RSVP ( for the  Greenbelt Museum tour happening this Friday, November 13th (yes, we know…Friday the 13th).


Save your spot on the tour by Tuesday (11/10) afternoon! We’ll even give you a ride – just let us know you’re coming.

Since the Greenbelt Museum tours are only offered on Sundays, this is a unique opportunity to visit this New Deal Era house museum and community center for free. Start your weekend right with local history, culture, and art!

Questions, comments and RSVPs can be directed to Sarah at

Greenbelt Museum Excursion!

Museum Excursion sponsored by MSMC


Friday, November 13 from 2-4pm

RSVP to by Nov. 10

Greenbelt Museum
10 B Crescent Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770

Want to know more about local culture and history surrounding the University of Maryland? Come on a free tour of the Greenbelt Museum and community led by museum staff. This walking tour will feature history of Greenbelt and exhibits of New Deal-era art and artifacts.

Greenbelt Museum Matt Johnson

Transportation to and from the museum is provided along with light refreshments. The tour is open to everyone but space is limited. RSVP to Sarah Janesko at by Tuesday, Nov. 10th.


Sharing Our Stories Event 5/31 Updated!

On Sunday, May 31, 2-5pm, the Prince George’s County African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC) is hosting an event called “Sharing Our Stories” and will feature speakers from three communities in the County; Lakeland, Lincoln, and Seabrook Acres. You can view the Facebook event here:




Stop by the museum to hear stories from local residents and view the Museum’s exhibit space at 4519 Rhode Island Avenue, North Brentwood, MD 20722. For more information about the Museum visit their website:

Parking information for the event: Please reserve the limited parking spaces in the PGAAMCC parking lot for our elderly residents and residents with disabilities. Plenty of free parking is available adjacent to PGAAMCC in front of the M’Diener and Fixtures Plus storefronts. That parking lot entrance is immediately south of the museum lot’s entrance.