Calendar/ Upcoming Events

CALENDAR

NBDMHC  calendar provides  information  on doll conventions and events across the country and in our region.  An active member of the community we  also host  robust programming  including a  series of discussions, readings, screenings, and workshops that highlight our exciting exhibitions and collections for a diverse community of learners. Visit often for updates.

Oct
20
Sun
Black Gold Doll Club Monthly Meeting @ Vine Street Community Center
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Oct
21
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 21 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.

Oct
28
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Oct 28 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.

Nov
4
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Nov 4 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.

Nov
9
Sat
Art of African Wrap Doll Workshop @ National Black Doll Museum
Nov 9 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Children and adults who love dolls are welcome to join a doll-making workshop presented by National Black Doll Museum

African Wrap Dolls on  the 2nd Saturday, of the month  from  2-4 p.m. Participants will hear the *Legend of Cecilia* & create his or her own African wrap doll.
Please  call and sign up in advance 774 284-4729.

Nov
17
Sun
Black Gold Doll Club Monthly Meeting @ Vine Street Community Center
Nov 17 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Nov
18
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Nov 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.

Nov
25
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Nov 25 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.

Dec
1
Sun
Ebony Village @ NBDMHC
Dec 1 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The magic of Christmas comes alive at the annual exhibit of the Ebony Village. This winter wonderland features the largest public display of African American  holiday memorabilia , a secret Santa shop and  photo  opportunities with Black Santa’

It began in 1998 when young Christopher declared , “I don’t want to be black because Santa won’t come”.  Today, with 500 African American Santa’s, Angels, Nutcrackers, Carolers Elves,decorated trees and ornaments the exhibit is one of the most popular collections attracting museum goers and holiday display lovers of all backgrounds. .

Open during the weekends there will be plenty of family friendly activities including Santa’s workshop where kids can create ornaments and decorate cookies,Santa’s photo station. and mail center to write letters to Santa and letters to incarcerated children,

Hours  by appointment  FRI-SUN

FRI & Saturdays 12-6PM          12-6  Sundays with pre-purchased tickets only

Tickets must be purchased online

Dec
2
Mon
Parenting Journey 1 @ National Black Doll Museum
Dec 2 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This 12-session, introductory curriculum is designed to help parents increase their self-care practices, raise awareness of past and present factors that influence their parenting styles, enhance their parenting skills, and utilize their strengths to support their children and build nurturing family relationships. This program focuses on adult development and the emotional understanding of their role as a parent, thus filling a void created by traditional parenting classes which often focus on child development and disciplinary techniques.