Released on January 31, 2022 - 3:21pm

The Laurel History Museum has a real treat before before the new  in person exhibit, "What's Cookin' in Laurel"  opens to the Public

On February 18th.

On Thursday, Feb. 10 th at 7 p.m, the  Museum is presenting a Virtual Program for Black history Month that is sure to

make your mouth water. 

It's called Food and Faith at St. Mark's Church and The Grove.    All the details are below, including how

you register.

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Cooking and good eating have always been important to the African American of the Laurel Grove community. From Emancipation Day Celebrations to St. Mark’s dinners, you knew the food would be delicious.

Celebrate Black History Month and the Laurel Museum’s new exhibit “What’s Cookin’ Laurel?” with parishioners from St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Thursday Feb. 10, 2022, at 7pm.

They’ll discuss church traditions, and the importance of food and community cooking in The Grove.

Free and open to the public but registration is required. To register go to www.laurelhistoricalsociety.org.

Donations accepted through the LHS online shop. “What’s Cookin’ Laurel?: Restaurants, Recipes & Community” Opens Friday, February 18, 2022, and runs through December 18, 2022. 

Museum hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12-4. Admission is Free. The Laurel Museum is located at 817 Main Street, Laurel, MD. For more information visit www.laurelhistoricalsociety.org, or contact [email protected] or 301-725-7975.

 

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