Calendar/ Upcoming Events

CALENDAR
The Museum hosts a robust series of discussions, readings, screenings, and workshops that highlight our exciting exhibitions and collections for a diverse community of learners. Visit often for updates.

Mar
15
Sun
Nzina’s Daughters: Songs of the Underground Railroad @ NBDMHC
Mar 15 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Times are subject to change.

Oct
1
Thu
The Art of Dining @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

SB_Ticket-ButtonThe National Black Doll Museum is pleased to present “The Art of Dining” an interactive and intimate cooking experience. In a series of five talk and taste culinary programs will be presented in the museum’s galleries over a four day event.

From the President’s table, our host is Sir Master Chef Ronnie J. Seaton Sr. who is a retired White House chef of 38 years.  Each session will begin with tantalizing tales of his culinary journey at the White House, from President Regan to President Obama.  Sir Master Chef Seaton will demonstrate techniques, share tips and favorite dishes of the Presidents in which he served.

In addition to Master Chef Ronnie, highly acclaimed Chef’s Stewart Thomas, Val Bennett and Aaron Thomas will also offer delicious insights and samples of some of your favorite foods.

Whether your interest is in setting a Presidential table, organic farming, fusing your own oils, gathering new recipes or simply savoring and sampling sumptuous bites, these pros will share their tips and tricks in a high energy experience for the entire family!

Oct
2
Fri
The Art of Dining @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

SB_Ticket-ButtonThe National Black Doll Museum is pleased to present “The Art of Dining” an interactive and intimate cooking experience. In a series of five talk and taste culinary programs will be presented in the museum’s galleries over a four day event.

From the President’s table, our host is Sir Master Chef Ronnie J. Seaton Sr. who is a retired White House chef of 38 years.  Each session will begin with tantalizing tales of his culinary journey at the White House, from President Regan to President Obama.  Sir Master Chef Seaton will demonstrate techniques, share tips and favorite dishes of the Presidents in which he served.

In addition to Master Chef Ronnie, highly acclaimed Chef’s Stewart Thomas, Val Bennett and Aaron Thomas will also offer delicious insights and samples of some of your favorite foods.

Whether your interest is in setting a Presidential table, organic farming, fusing your own oils, gathering new recipes or simply savoring and sampling sumptuous bites, these pros will share their tips and tricks in a high energy experience for the entire family!

Oct
3
Sat
The Art of Dining @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 3 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

SB_Ticket-ButtonThe National Black Doll Museum is pleased to present “The Art of Dining” an interactive and intimate cooking experience. In a series of five talk and taste culinary programs will be presented in the museum’s galleries over a four day event.

From the President’s table, our host is Sir Master Chef Ronnie J. Seaton Sr. who is a retired White House chef of 38 years.  Each session will begin with tantalizing tales of his culinary journey at the White House, from President Regan to President Obama.  Sir Master Chef Seaton will demonstrate techniques, share tips and favorite dishes of the Presidents in which he served.

In addition to Master Chef Ronnie, highly acclaimed Chef’s Stewart Thomas, Val Bennett and Aaron Thomas will also offer delicious insights and samples of some of your favorite foods.

Whether your interest is in setting a Presidential table, organic farming, fusing your own oils, gathering new recipes or simply savoring and sampling sumptuous bites, these pros will share their tips and tricks in a high energy experience for the entire family!

Oct
4
Sun
The Art of Dining @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

SB_Ticket-ButtonThe National Black Doll Museum is pleased to present “The Art of Dining” an interactive and intimate cooking experience. In a series of five talk and taste culinary programs will be presented in the museum’s galleries over a four day event.

From the President’s table, our host is Sir Master Chef Ronnie J. Seaton Sr. who is a retired White House chef of 38 years.  Each session will begin with tantalizing tales of his culinary journey at the White House, from President Regan to President Obama.  Sir Master Chef Seaton will demonstrate techniques, share tips and favorite dishes of the Presidents in which he served.

In addition to Master Chef Ronnie, highly acclaimed Chef’s Stewart Thomas, Val Bennett and Aaron Thomas will also offer delicious insights and samples of some of your favorite foods.

Whether your interest is in setting a Presidential table, organic farming, fusing your own oils, gathering new recipes or simply savoring and sampling sumptuous bites, these pros will share their tips and tricks in a high energy experience for the entire family!

Dec
17
Sun
Community Kwanzaa @ National Black Doll Musuem
Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Apr
17
Tue
Spring Break / Super Hero Week @ National Black Doll Museum
Apr 17 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Hidden Figures Film & Discussion

Join us for the film screening of the movie “Hidden Figures”. This film focuses on the lives of three brilliant African-American women @NASA Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn and Mary Jackson. They were the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history.  We we will then participate in a lively discussion touching on various topics from the movies.  The event is appropriate ages 9+

General Museum Admission Fees

Members Free

Apr
18
Wed
Spring Break /Super Makeover @ National Black Doll Museum
Apr 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Spring Break /Super Makeover @ National Black Doll Museum | Mansfield | Massachusetts | United States

Join us for a fun afternoon of re-rooting for your fashion dolls. These Barbie dolls were the ideas of one mothers inspiration of what she thought the toy industry should produce. Bring in your old doll or purchase one from us and we well  show you how to recreate the doll you envision.

Cost $20.00 members includes  doll

$30 Non members includes doll

 

Apr
21
Sat
Black Panthers Film Screening & Discussion @ National Black Doll Museum
Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 10:00 pm

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Join us for a screening and discussion about the importance and history of Black Panther, and the representation of Black lives in film, media, and immigration debates that we see on a daily basis.

$15.00 Non Members/ Members Free