Lunch with DPOB: Reginald F. Lewis Museum
November 3 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pmFREE
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Reginald F. Lewis Museum will host Downtown Partnership and its members for Lunch with DPOB
Lunch with DPOB is a recurring, members-only event that offers a chance to network with Downtown leaders in business, real estate, government, and more. Enjoy meals catered by local restaurants and make new professional connections on your lunch break. November’s event will also feature an exclusive tour of The Lewis Museum. Lunch with DPOB is free to attend for Downtown Partnership members.
About the Event
When: November 3, 2022, from 12 – 2 PM
Tickets: Free for DPOB Members, but you must register at the link below.
Parking: Parking Management Inc. (PMI) — 815 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
About The Lewis Museum
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, the largest African American museum in Maryland, has been the authentic voice of Maryland African American history and culture since it opened in 2005. We tell our story through our permanent collection, special exhibitions, educational programs and public events.
The 82,000 square foot facility accommodates over 13,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibition space, a two-story theater, museum gift shop, classrooms, meeting rooms, an outdoor terrace and reception areas. Several of the museum’s spaces, including the upper lobby reception area, are available for special events and meetings.
The Lewis, which provides dynamic educational programs for both children and adults, is especially proud of its partnership with the Maryland State Department of Education. The Museum’s education department has developed an African American curricula and provided teacher training that is invaluable to Maryland’s 850,000 students and 50,000 teachers.
The Museum has a collection of about 10,000 objects. Its Online Collection Portal, contains digitized images which are accessible to scholars, students and the general public.
The Lewis provides an important venue to share Maryland’s African American history two blocks east of one of the State’s most popular attractions, the Baltimore Inner Harbor.