Upcoming Programs & Events

Dining with the Loockermans by Candlelight

Step back in time with Curator Rachel Lovett and Food Historian Joyce White to learn about the cooking and dining traditions of the 19 th century residents of Hammond-Harwood House, both free and enslaved.

Canceled Dining with the Loockermans

Learn about the cooking and dining traditions the 19 th century residents of Hammond-Harwood House, both free and enslaved, practiced.

Twelfth Night Concert: A Highland Holiday

Online Event

Join us for a virtual evening of festive Scottish music and cheer, featuring poems and songs by Robert Burns and traditional Highland tunes.

Cooking Up History – Chicken Fricassee

Online Event

This is one of the three-part educational cooking series with food historian, Joyce M. White. Designed for children in grade 5 it can be enjoyed by children of all ages. Following the Maryland State Department of Education curriculum standard it is designed "to enhance the grade 5 Maryland social studies curriculum standard that promotes the […]

Early Maryland Spirited Drinks

Online Event

Join Joyce White as she travels through time from the earliest days of settlement of Maryland in the seventeenth century up through the nineteenth-century in a discussion covering the more popular spirited drinks early Marylanders enjoyed.

Voices of the Enslaved

Online Event

Presentation by Barbara Goyette, Hammond-Harwood House Executive Director

Two Great Houses Outdoor Architecture Tour

The Hammond-Harwood House Museum and Chase Home invite guests to an hour long tour that explores the two architectural treasures in downtown Annapolis.

Revealing the Presence of the Enslaved

Online Event

Join historian Willa Banks for a thought-provoking afternoon talk, Revealing the Enslaved Presence at Hammond-Harwood House in the 1800s.

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