Bus tour is featured event at annual African American fest
Sep 06, 2011 | 3:02 PM
The 15th annual Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival will take place in the Court Plaza in Towson on Sept. 17, and will include a bus tour to several of historically black churches and communities in Baltimore County.
The tour is free, parking is free and entertainment is free.
The bus tour will leave from Susquehanna Avenue at Washington Street in Towson at 10 a.m. and will return at about 12:30 p.m. The tour will include a stop at Bazil AME Church and the Foote's Hill community in Cockeysville; Gough United Methodist Church and the community on Cuba Road; Stevenson AME Church and the community on Quaker Bottom Road; and a tour through the black community in East Towson.
The tour guide will be historian Lenwood Johnson or Louis S. Diggs, a county author who has published eight books on the history of 40 designated historic black communities in Baltimore County.
To reserve a free seat for the tour, call 410-671-5570 or send a request via email to email@example.com. Notifications of available seats will be made by phone or email.