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Dinner on the Canal: Black History on the Canal

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When

09/07/2019    
4:30 pm-7:00 pm

Where

National Canal Museum
2750 Hugh Moore Park Rd, Easton, Pennsylvania, 18042

Event Type

Black History on the Canal
Saturday, September 7
4:30 – 7:00 pm
$55 per person
(for 10% member discount, contact Loretta)

 

Join the D&L and the Easton Branch of the NAACP aboard the Josiah White II for an exploration of the experiences of African Americans on our region’s canals – from fleeing slavery on the Underground Railroad to workers such as Captain Jimmy Brown, one of the last of the canal boatmen.  Our soul food-inspired menu from Culinary Experts will be accompanied by the smooth sound of jazz duo Patrick & Carol Poladian.  10% of the evening’s proceeds will benefit the NAACP Easton Branch.

This will be a 2 1/2 hour cruise with a lift-lock experience.  BYOB wine and beer.
Reserve here         Seating limited to 60.

Dinner Cruises are not suitable for children under the age of 10.

List any dietary restrictions in the note section at check-out.   We do not send tickets.  Your name will be on a check-in list night of event.

Contact Loretta Susen at [email protected] or 610-923-3548 x221, with questions or more information.

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