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Maryland Center for the Book at Maryland Humanities is pleased to announce its 2019 selection for Route 1 Reads, a road-trip-inspired reading list: The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South by Marylander Michael W. Twitty.
July 31, 2019
Maryland Humanities is pleased to award a total of $6,000 in mini grant funding to organizations in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Prince George’s County, Washington County, and Wicomico County.
The Star Democrat writes about the Museum on Main Street program's Maryland tour of "Water/Ways." Their staff visited us in the Talbot County location, St. Paul’s Holiness Pilgrim Church in Oxford.
July 30, 2019
Maryland Humanities is seeking nominations for new members to join its dynamic volunteer Board of Directors. All nominations must be received by August 5 to be considered for election in October.
July 16, 2019
A Maryland student, Howard County’s Addie Skillman, won the gold medal in her category at National History Day.  Sixteen other Maryland students received Special Prizes, were awarded Outstanding State Entry, or were selected as a Finalists.
June 21, 2019
Maryland Humanities is pleased to award a total of $74,100 in grant funding to organizations based or creating projects in Allegany County, Baltimore City, St. Mary’s County, and Wicomico County.
Garrett County Republican describes the change in location and bonus programming in Chautauqua 2019 in Garrett County for the 25th anniversary of Chautauqua in Maryland. Bonus programming (the presentations in addition to Chautauqua 2019: Making Waves) was supported by a Maryland Humanities grant.
Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, Arctic explorer Matthew Henson, and “Pirate Queen” Grace O’Malley come to life with Maryland Humanities’ Chautauqua living history performance series. Actor-scholars portraying these trailblazers will travel to eight counties throughout the state, from July 5 until Ju
Elsa of Midday Maryland on WMAR-2 interview James Keffer of the Historical Society of Baltimore County about our Museum on Main Street program and the Water/Ways exhibition
The Towson Times spoke to staff at Maryland Humanities and Baltimore County Historical Society about Museum on Main Street Water/Ways in Baltimore County.
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