Weeksville Heritage Center and their resident artist, Ebony Noelle Golden, are seeking out curious, creative and committed individuals interested in exploring and being inspired by the radical roots of the free Black community.
Weeksville Heritage Center is taking its public programming online with a virtual workshop aimed at empowering individuals to explore their African diasporic heritage.
Soak in the history of Weeksville with special weekend hours during the month of February.
Kwanzaa celebrations return to Weeksville for the first time in over 40 years with a celebratory day of music, art and heritage.
To mark a successful season of programming and thank supporters who have stepped up to keep the doors open, Weeksville is holding an afternoon of food and community this weekend.
Test your black history knowledge while raising funds for a good cause with a Juneteenth trivia fundraiser at Weeskville Heritage Center.
It could happen as soon as July, according to an email sent by the organization’s President and Executive Director Rob Fields.
Scholars and specialists are gathering at Weeksville History Center to focus on the importance of acknowledging the contributions of women and you can play a role in the day.
Join Weeksville and the Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation for an education-focused theatrical experience.
The full-day workshop brings together oral history and archive experts to offer advice and share thoughts on the importance of preserving the memories of the black experience.