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Lexington Market Black History Month Celebration

February 01, 2018 - February 28, 2018

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Lexington Market
400 West Lexington Street
Baltimore, MD 21201


Lexington Market is excited to announce a month-long celebration of African-American history and culture this February at the Market. There will be over 20 African American guest authors, artists and vendors showcased in the Market’s Arcade Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., through February 28, 2018. Visitors will be able to meet the artists and vendors and learn about their works which will also be available for purchase. Among the items available at the Fair are handcrafted jewelry, sculptures, painting, photography, books and vintage memorabilia. Participants include jewelry artists - Marvelous Creations by Madonna, Paula Darby, Treena Moore of BMoore Buttons, Allison Miles, David Carlton, Mijiza Dorsey, Lynette Tarrarnt, Blanche Jackson, Marsha Moore, Pearl Lawson, Shantel Faulkner and Carla Howard; clothing/textile artists YBI African Apparel, Freda Davenport, Tammy Cooper and Donna Talbott; historical memorabilia by Vincent Moore, Rosul Mohammad and Reverend Daki Napata; original artwork from Philip Douglass, Paulane and the late Robert "Kaki" McQueen. Finally, The Market will also be welcoming guest authors Rosa Pryer, James Wright, Selina Polk, Lorraine Shaw and Deneen Elise throughout the month. In addition, on Fridays and Saturdays during February, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., Lexington Market’s Live Music Concert Series hosts some of Baltimore’s most established as well as up and coming musicians, ranging in music styles from Blues and Jazz to the top Mo Town Beats. This month’s line-up features: Saturday, February 17 – The Rise Band Friday, February 23 - Edmondson Westside Prep Band Saturday, February 24 – David Cole

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  • Black History
  • Free Admission
  • Downtown


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