“Remembering Our Bygone Days” Lincoln School documentary – December 3, 3 PM, Lincoln Elementary School, 200 Madison St.: Join us to hear former students recall their experiences at Frederick’s only secondary school for African Americans until integration.

Frederick Community College African American Lecture Series – Fall 2022 – Click to view the Course Brochure for details and instructor bios. 

  • November 2: Frederick During the Civil Rights Movement, 4:00-6:00 PM, E138, Location: On Campus
  • November 17: The Tale of the Lion, 9:00-11:00 AM, E140, Location: On Campus
  • November 30: Frederick’s African American Walking Tour, 6:30-8:00 PM, E138, Location: On Campus
  • December 7: Emancipation and Reconstruction, 7:00-8:30 PM, Location: Virtual/Online
  • January 24: They Came Across South Mountain, 2:00-3:30 PM, E138, Location: On Campus
  • January 31: Catoctin’s Enslaved: 2:00-3:30 PM, E138, Location: On Campus

Register for classes here. All classes are free, but registration is required. FCC charges a $9 one-time-per-year registration fee for Continuing Education courses. The African American History lecture series is presented by instructors from the African American Resources Cultural and Heritage (AARCH) Society. The lectures provide both regional and national perspectives ranging from 18th-century Enslavement to Genealogy as well as perspectives on contemporary life in the county. 

National Museum of African American History & Culture: Family History Center Symposium March 17-18, 2023 – Details to Come!

Additional events of interest to the African American community are published by the Negro Business & Professional Women’s Frederick Club and may be found here: African American Community Calendar

AARCH Society     PO Box 3903     Frederick, MD 21705