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.
Join Weeksville and the Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation for an education-focused theatrical experience.
Standing across the street from the Weeksville Heritage Center, it was formerly St. Mary’s, a Roman Catholic hospital that closed in 2005 due to bankruptcy.
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.
Get inspired and energized with a week of interactive programming at Weeskville Heritage Center.
Get immersed in 19th century atmosphere with a performance of playwright Christina Anderson's 'pen/man/ship' as part of a new dinner theater series at Weeksville Heritage Center.
While actual time travel has not yet been proven possible, there's a spot in Brooklyn that allows the history-obsessed to immerse themselves in the living spaces of Brooklynites between the 1860s and 1930s.
Rufus Lewis Perry Sr. and his son, Rufus L. Perry Jr, were quite newsworthy in their day, breaking racial and social stereotypes.