Posters, pins and place mats are all on sale Saturday at the Banneker Douglass Museum Market Place at the museum, 84 Franklin St., Annapolis.
About 10 vendors from the region will sell jewelry, books, accessories, clothing, and cards for the museum's Black History Month market. The event is a repeat of the Kwanzaa market that drew throngs of visitors last year, organizers say.
The market will be open from noon to 3 p.m. Information: 410-974-2893.
Fabulous Hubcaps to play at Maryland Hall sock hop
The Fabulous Hubcaps are on their way to Annapolis this weekend to rock the socks off 1950s boppers.
Put on your poodle skirts and letter sweaters, or something casual and come to the gym at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 101 E. Chase St., from 8 p.m. to midnight tomorrow for a sock hop. Dance instructor Jennifer Gooding will give free jitterbug lessons beginning at 7: 30 p.m. Registration is required.
Ticket sales will benefit renovation projects -- including new dance floors -- at the hall.
Tickets are available at the door for $25 general admission and $20 for Maryland Hall members. Information: 410-263-5544.
Charles Carroll House plans 'Slave Family Voice' drama
Turn back the pages a couple of hundred years this weekend and see life in Annapolis from a slave's point of view.
"Dreams of my Soul: In Search of the Slave Family Voice" is a drama based on historic information and records about slaves owned by the Carroll family.
The Charles Carroll House is sponsoring the drama along with a candlelight tour and a forum, beginning at 7 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday at the house at 107 Duke of Gloucester St.
High-technology magicians to perform at Pascal Center
High-technology magic is in the works at Anne Arundel Community College next weekend when magicians Kevin and Cindy Spencer perform "Theatre of Illusion" at Pascal Center for Performing Arts.
Tickets are available at the box office for $7 general admission, $6 for community college students and employees, and $5 for seniors and for children 12 and younger.
Banneker Douglass Museum plans reception and plays
The Banneker Douglass Museum has more local history in store next week with a reception to honor Annapolis seniors and a play about the city's black history.
The reception will be Feb. 25, on the museum's 15th anniversary. The play, on Feb. 27, is "Banneker, Bates & Stanton -- Still Standing."
Pub Date: 2/18/99