Check back often as our Baltimore African American Events calendar is constantly updated with events occurring in and around the Baltimore area. These events include Comedy Shows, Church events, Community Events, Parties, Fashion Shows, Fundraisers, Out-of-Town Trips and Getaways, Poetry & Spoken Word, Seminars & Workshops, Black Events and more!!!

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Author Talks @ The Lewis: “Cooking Gene” with Michael Twitty @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Jan 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Author Talks @ the Lewis: Cooking Gene with Michael Twitty

Saturday, January 27, 1 pm

Discover the cooking legacy and ancestral roots of African American cuisine with food historian Michael Twitty, author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South. This illuminating memoir of Southern cuisine and food culture traces his ancestry through food, from Africa to America and slavery to freedom. A food sampling of African American cookery and book signing will follow.

Included with Museum Admission.

RSVP below to let us know that you are coming.

Soca-N-Sweat Baltimore @ Eubie Blake Dance Center
Jan 27 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Black Beauty Supply Week Bmore #BBSW2018
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – Feb 28 @ 9:00 am

National Black Beauty Supply Week is a movement encouraging all to support the underminded industry of Black Beauty Suppliers. This week is sponsored by Nubian Link Up a company dedicated to provide more minorities with businesses nationwide. It will be filled with product giveaways, discounts and incentives. This is an event you dont want to miss. Black Beauty Supply Week will take place during Black History Month Februay 2018 so take

The Pledge by supporting the movement…… like and follow our social media platforms but most importantly SHARE so you and others can blitz a Black Beauty Supplier near by. Find out more details on either our Instagram page @BlackBeautySupplyWeekor our Facebook Page at BlackBeautySupplyWeek

If you fall under any of these catagories please connect with us via social media or our

website @

Beauty Supply Store owner

Beauty,Skin and/or Hair Professional



Product Developer (any kind)


Business Owner (product or services)

Constellations & Crossroads @ Arena Players
Feb 9 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Constellations and Crossroads:

Two short rock operas of the African-American Experience. Both presented in one night as a co-production of Arena Players & Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS)

Arena Players, Baltimore’s historic African American community theater, and Baltimore Rock Opera Society are partnering on an epic night of entertainment.

Determination of Azimuth traces the work and career of Katherine Johnson, a black female mathematician who rose within the ranks at NASA to become the chief mathematician responsible for computing paths for manned rocketry on the Apollo program. Katherine’s words and formulas become the elements of of a powerful journey. “Putting rockets into space is the easy part – getting them back home is where it gets hard.”

The Battle of Blue Apple Crossing is a blues musical storm where religious deities battle for the soul of a human musician in a fight for the ages. The music follows American history from gospel, field spirituals & blues to early rock and roll & garage rock.

Both shows will be fully produced musical spectacles with a live band. The 90 minute presentation will take place at Arena Players intimate space in West Baltimore. Don’t miss this historic collaboration between two of Baltimore’s most exciting community performance groups.

Black History Month Brunch
Feb 10 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

The BHM Brunch will provide an opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate the contributions of African Americans to world history through song, dance, and spoken word. The brunch will also inspire attendees to reach their full potential and to make a difference in our community, state, and nation. We will also honor a local community activist.

The proceeds from this ticketed event will be donated to the Legal Defense Fund.

Attire: African or Business Attire

Frederick Douglass Day @ The Lewis: 200th Birthday Celebration @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Feb 10 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

200th Anniversary Celebration

Frederick Douglass Day @ the Lewis Museum

Saturday, February 10, Noon to 4 pm

Celebrate the 200th birthday of Maryland abolitionist Frederick Douglass at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum with an array of activities honoring this iconic statesman. John Stauffer, a professor of English and African and African American Studies at Harvard University will present a lecture on Frederick Douglass’ America. Other activities will include readings of Douglass’s speeches by living history re-enactors and a children’s art and story hour with illustrator London Ladd on his recent book, Frederick’s Journey: The Life of Frederick Douglass.


RSVP below to let us know you are coming.

Black History Month: Teacher’s Open House @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Feb 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Preview our newest exhibiton Reflections: Intimate Portraits of Iconic African Americans and the museum’s permanent collection prior to bringing your students. Teachers will receive a Heritage Highlight Tour of the permanent collection, sample a living history program and learn about available teacher resources from An African American Journey. Light dessert will be provided. Free event.

Marvel’s Black Panther Private Screening @ Cinemark Towson
Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Come out and see the Private Screening of The Black Panther with Brilliance in Black! A film we’ve all been waiting for!

““Black Panther” follows T’Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when a powerful old enemy reappears, T’Challa’s mettle as king—and Black Panther—is tested when he is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people and their way of life.”

First 50 patrons will receive a concession voucher which includes a small popcorn and medium drink!

Don’t delay, grab your tickets today!!

Black Panther Movie @ The Senator Theatre
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Special screening of the “Black Panther” is a fundraising event for the Mu Rho Foundation

Sunday @ 2 Films: Tell Them We Are Rising – The Story of Black Colleges and Universities with Post Discussion @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Feb 18 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Tell Them We Are Rising explores the pivotal role historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played over the course of 150 years in American history, culture, and identity. Stanley Nelson’s film reveals the rich history of HBCUs and the power of higher education to transform lives and advance civil rights and equality in the face of injustice. A post conversation with co-film producer Stacey Holman will follow. Holman’s portfolio includes working as Line Producer for the Peabody Award-winning Freedom Summer and Associate Producer for the Emmy Award-winning Freedom Riders and Jesse Owens.

In conjunction with PBS series “Independent Lens” Indie Lens Pop-Up. Indie Lens Pop-Up is a neighborhood series that brings people together for film screenings and community-driven conversations.

Free Event

RSVP below to let us know you are coming.

Film Trailer Link

ABWA Celebrates Black History Month @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Feb 24 @ 8:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Join ABWA for a day of Family Fun as we travel, via chartered bus, from New York City to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

The cost of the trip includes roundtrip chartered bus ticket, continental breakfast and light refreshments, museum entry and a pre-fixed dinner.

2018 SBPM Pizzagate Lecture (Baltimore) @ Pleasant Hope Baptist Church
Feb 28 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) DC Chapter is sponsoring the most important conversation for Black people of our time. The Irritated Genie of Soufeese will be speaking about the merger of the (2) most profitable illegal/immoral businesses in the world today, 1. Child-sex Trafficking & 2. Illegal Organ Trafficking.

These (2) businesses have merged to create the greatest threat to Afrikan survival in the history of the world. And in the mind of the homophile predators who run these industries, defenseless Black children are the sex toys with the organs that they most desire.

This lecture will show us who is behind this perverted assault on Black children and provide practical solutions for Black people to protect our children and our Race from the most horrifying future we can imagine.

We look forward to seeing you there

Straight Black Pride

Family Day: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words! @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Mar 10 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Enjoy a fun day exploring photographs of iconic African Americans in the special exhibition Reflections: Intimate Portraits of Iconic African Americans with an i-spy scavenger hunt, a story reading of Gordon Parks: How the Photogrpaher Captured Black and White America, an art activity involving Art with a Heart and a puppet show about famous African Americans with Ebony Sonshine.

This is a FREE event. RSVP to let us know you are coming.

Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo 2018 @ Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Mar 17 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Welcome to the Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo!!!!. During this event, we will turn our green dollars towards Women-owned (African-American, Caribbean, and African) businesses. This daylong expo will host 50+ vendors and an anticipated 500 to 1000 attendees.

EXHIBITORS: This event is the premier opportunity for your company name, products, and services to reach a wide range of demographics in Baltimore, MD. This business expo will run on Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Vendors and sponsors help underwrite actual production costs: facility rental, staging, lights & sound, advertising, printing, postage, security, refreshments, events, and programs. Exhibitor opportunities are open to everyone.

TICKET HOLDERS:  Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo will exhibit businesses showcasing their products and services. The expo will also include the following events and programs: business seminar, business awards ceremony, community forum, youth empowerment seminar, health, and wellness seminar.

Due to print deadlines, all exhibitor commitments must be PAID IN FULL by January 31, 2018.

 Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo offers businesses and organizations numerous ways to connect with consumers. With a goal in mind to educate and uplift our growing, diverse community, Black Expo America highlights the culture in many different areas.

 Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo offers a chance for partners and visitors to experience premiere arts and entertainment, youth and family activities and programs, business networking, healthy living, education and more.

 As an Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo exhibitor, you will not only experience the excitement of diverse cultures, but you will also experience positive brand awareness before 100’s of event attendees and thousands more through print and online advertising for your organization as well. As a contributor, your company will help our team to deliver year-round business, youth, family and social programs and events to serve our communities better.

On behalf of the executive team and staff, we thank you in advance for your support and for being a partner of  Inaugural Phenomenal Black Women’s Expo. Please do not hesitate to call regarding any questions on your company’s participation in this great event.

Our Exhibitors come from various backgrounds:

Insurance / Fitness / Nutrition / Technology / Colleges / Universities / Health / Employment / Clothing / Hair Care / Beauty/ Fragrances / Work From Home / Household Items / Construction / Credit Counseling / Banking / Self-Defense / Music / Churches / Computers / Internet / Fashions / Books / Child Care / Self-Improvement / Jewelry / Authors / Fashion / Not-for-Profit / Civic / Fitness

For more information on being a sponsor or exhibitor send an email to



All exhibitor booth reservations are binding and non-cancelable. They may, however, be transferred with prior approval from Black Expo America Inc. and only for equal or lesser value. All transfer arrangements are the responsibility of the vendor. Black Expo America Inc. reserves the right to approve or not approve exhibitor applications.

Tribute to James Brown @ Gordon Center For Performing Arts
Mar 17 @ 7:30 pm
Sundays @2 Films: Body and Soul: An American Bridge @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Apr 8 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sundays @2 Film: Body and Soul: An American Bridge (58 minutes)

Sunday, April 8, 2 pm

Through interviews with historians and music enthusiasts, Body and Soul: An American Bridge examines the fascinating history of this timeless jazz song’s and illustrates the complex musical interplay between Jewish and African-American cultures. Created by Jewish composer Johnny Green in 1929, the song was introduced on Broadway by Jewish torch singer, Libby Holman, and ushered into the jazz canon by Louis Armstrong. A post discussion with music enthusiasts will follow. In partnership with the Baltimore Jewish Film Festival 2018.

8th Annual “Recharge” Health, Wellness, & Fitness Expo 2018 @ Double Tree By Hilton-Pikesville
Apr 14 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
8th Annual "Recharge" Health, Wellness, & Fitness Expo 2018 @ Double Tree By Hilton-Pikesville | Pikesville | Maryland | United States

Its time for the 8th Annual “RECHARGE” Health, Wellness, & Fitness Expo. My how time flys.Those of you who have attended this expo before can attest to the fact that this event is nothing but pure active, family fun, so come on out again for this year. For the past 7 years we have had over 1,000 registered attendees each year for this event and we continue to grow each year. Spread the word!! See ya there!! This event is a rain or shine indoor event. Put on your sweats and tennis shoes, gather the entire family, and RECHARGE Now!!! (Bring a towel and/or a change of clothes, we sweat and burn lots of calories at this event) Your health is no laughing matter! Heart Attack is the #1 killer and stroke is the #5 killer of Americans. Dont wait til its too late. Protect your health!

* Visit , You Tube, IG, or facebook under CheremGoode for pictures and videos of previous years expos

What is the purpose of this eventThis annual event is designed to educate and encourage healthier lifestyles, healthy eating, disease prevention, and the prevention of childhood obesity by staying active and getting fit while having fun spending time together as a family.

What motivated Chere M. Goode of Total Harmony Enterprises to start this Annual Expo? Mrs. Goode has always had a fascination with health and wellness since she was a little girl which explains her being a nurse for the past 26 years, but with the death of her father, David Swann, on Thanksgiving Day in 2009, at the age of 59, from a heart attack in his sleep, Chere Goode decided to leap into action to help others take a serious look at their health and the unhealthy lifestyles they are living that could have detrimental effects. Chere wants to educate others on how to live healthier lifestyles so that another family does not have to feel the loss that her family felt from the untimely and young death of a loved one.

What should I expect? Health, wellness, & fitness information and speakers, free health screenings, free HIV testing, blood pressure checks, free BMI assessments, free oxygen saturation screenings, free snellen eye assessment, free fitness assessments, free mini massages, free Hands Only CPR Trainings, Breast health awareness training using model breasts with lumps, glow germ/proper handwashing station, 50+ vendors/shopping, giveaways and swag bags(on first come first serve basis), healthy food samples, cooking demos, power workouts, healthy credit education, kids activities/performances, balloons, face painting, music by DJ, networking, and much more…

What is the cost to attend? This event is absolutely FREE to the community so bring the entire family and all your friends. You will only need money to shop with our fabulous vendors and purchase food from the restaurant if you desire.

What about parking? There is plenty of FREE parking on site at this venue

*Bus #59 stops directly across the street from this venue* *Restaurant On-Site*

Who are the sponsors?

Total Harmony Enterprises

Cheryl Wood Empowers

Indie Soul Magazine- (Media)

Slantrress Magazine- (Media)

The V Mix Radio Show- (Media)

Baltimore Black- (Media)

Lisa fleet Photography





Planning Committee:

Chere Goode, Letitia Williams, Leslie Jackson, Andrea Carney


Who are the Vendors/Exhibitors?

1. Total Harmony Enterprises-

2. Nspire-

3. It Works-

4. Paparazzi Jewelry-

5. LuLaRoe- Christine Kavalauskas-

6. Ancient Tonics-

7. Total Health Care- – Free HIV & Hepatits C testing

8. Red Whisper Designs- 443.204.4972

9. Young Living Essential Oils-

10. Body At E’s-

11. Lisa Fleet Photography-

12. Baltimore Black-



10:15 AM WELCOME and words from the RECHARGE Strategist Chere M. Goode

Fitness Demos:

10:30AM-11AM- Sonja Burns- WERQ-

11:30AM- 12Noon- Donnette Mitchell- Mixxed Fit-

12:15PM-12:45PM- Christopher Goode-

1PM-1:20PM- Rob Howze & Rosaline Law- “How To Become A Super Human”-

1:45PM-2:05PM- Dr. Marsie Lyn Ross- “It’s Time to Unleash Your Natural Power- 3 Essential Strategies for Women Over 35 to Live Life Full of Energy ”

2:15PM- 2:45PM- Panel Discussion moderated by Chere M. Goode- Panelist include:

– Breast Cancer Survivor- Barbara Palmer




1. Janenk Nwode- – 10:30AM 11:30AM

“8 Ideas to Spark Your Unique Potential for Optimal Well-Being”

2. Angela Cudger – 11:40AM- 12:40PM

“Transform the Norm: 3 Step Strategy to Ditch Mediocre”

3. Kia Potts- – 12:45PM- 1:45PM

“Naked and Not Ashamed”

4. Staci Stills – 1:55PM-2:55PM

” F.I.T in 15- Fabulous, Irresistible, and Totally Hot “

6th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair @ Reginald F. Lewis Museum
May 5 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

6th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair

Saturday, May 5, 11:00 am to 4 pm

Join us for a fun-filled day focused on kids’ literature about African Americans and people of other ethnicities. Enjoy author readings, illustration workshops, live performances, and art activities. Purchase hard-to-find titles in the Book Village.

Free Event

African Royalty: F.A.M.E.’s 5 Year Anniversary Gala and Scholarship Fundraiser @ Milbrook Park Banquet Hall
May 6 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come help F.A.M.E. Design Program celebrate it’s 5 year anniversary and raise money for their alumni scholarship fund! Join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, live entertainment, and an open bar. We will have special presentations throughout the evening. Hope to see you there! If you unable to attend, and would still love to support, please consider gifting a ticket to a local business owner as a donation, as this will also be a great networking experience. Your continuous support is greatly appreciated!

Attire: Black & Gold or African Attire

Dress Code: Casual/Semi-Forrmal

Baltimore Girls Rock Conference 2018 @ Morgan State University Murphy Fine Arts Center
Jun 23 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Baltimore Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College is proud to present Baltimore Girls Rock 2018, a Girls Conference. The conference will be will be held on the beautiful campus of Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday, June 23, 2018, from 8am-5pm.

The theme for 2018 is ‘I Am Black Excellence’ Workshops will allow attendees to think and plan their life roadmap. From educational choices to career planning to character building, girls will be exposed to options that will determine who they will ultimately become.

The conference is only open to young women who are rising 9th graders – rising 12th graders.

The cost to attend is $15, and late registration is $20.

Fee includes breakfast, snack, lunch, t-shirt, bookbag, and water bottle

T-Shirts will not be guaranteed to anyone who registers after May 1st.

Registration is not complete until you have Both (1) paid your registration fee and (2) completed your online registration forms at

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