Third Thursday Brown Bag Lunch Program
September 17th The Dream Dies Hard: Albert Cassell’s Plan for Calvert Town
Sally Berk and Peter Sefton
The Calvert County Historical Society’s Brown Bag Lunch Program on September 17th will feature Washington DC preservationists Sally Berk and Peter Sefton in a presentation entitled The Dream Dies Hard: Albert Cassell’s Plan for Calvert Town. Albert Cassell was a visionary architect whose designs included buildings for Howard and Morgan State Universities and the US Government in Washington DC. In the 1930s he proposed his most ambitious creation of all: a “planned” community for African Americans to be located on 500 acres off Dares Beach Rd. in Calvert County. Join us as Berk and Sefton describe Cassell’s plans and the obstacles that prevented them from being realized. Thursday, September 15th at Noon, at Linden, 70 Church Street in Prince Frederick. Bring your Lunch, Bring your Questions, and Bring your Friends! Free and Open to All! For information call 410 535-2452 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: September 17th, 2015
Day: Third Thursday of each Month
Address: 70 Church Street, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Admission: FREE and Open to All. Bring your Lunch, Bring your Questions, and Bring Your Friends!
Contact: 410 535-2452 or email@example.com
Information: Sit back and enjoy your lunch while listening to a presentation, most of which involve history and Calvert County or Southern Maryland. Topics vary, the atmosphere is casual and speakers welcome your questions.
Questions? (410) 535-2452 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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During inclement weather, CCHS observes the same schedule as the Calvert County Public School system. If the schools are closed, so is CCHS, and the same applies to delays. If the schools open two hours late, then CCHS opens two hours late.