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View this short video to take a quick tour of the Greenbelt Musuem’s historic house at 10B Crescent Road.  The short film, made by Bailey Henneberg for her column “P Patch – Pioneers, Peeves and Passions,” on offers viewers a taste of what they’ll see when they come by for a visit.  The Museum’s house, located at 10B Crescent Road, which was open by appointment only in January, resumes normal Sunday hours (1pm-5pm) on February 6th.  We hope you’ll drop by for your own guided tour led by one of the Museum’s excellent docents.

The famous dancer, Sally Rand, posing with a heart. Rand danced at both the 1933 Chicago Century of Progress Fair and the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco in 1939 and 1940.

Please note: This Valentine’s Day program has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience. We do plan to offer the tour again in 2012.      For Valentine’s Day, the Museum is trying something new, so grab your sweetie (or a friend!) and come to a program at the Greenbelt Museum: “A Romantic Evening Tour for Sweethearts.” Join us on Monday, February 14 at 7pm at the Greenbelt Museum’s historic house, 10-B Crescent Road.

Take in vintage Valentine’s Day decorations, learn a bit about romance circa 1937, and hear a couple of great Greenbelt love stories.  $10 per person, space is extremely limited. RSVP at 240-542-2064 by February 12. Light refreshments will be served.

Vintage Valentine's Day decorations at 10B Crescent

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