PLEASE NOTE: With more snow forecast for this evening, it’s with heavy hearts that we’ve decided we must cancel this event. Our first priority is the safety of our visitors and volunteers. Stay safe and warm, everyone!
No plans for Valentine’s Day? Come by the Museum’s historic house at 10B Crescent, on February 14th, 7-9pm, for a fun and light-hearted look at love in the 30s and 40s. The house is decorated for the holiday, of course, with pink depression glass, vintage heart-shaped candy boxes, Valentines, etc. But this is a rare chance to see so much more, all on loan from private collectors: hilarious old books like marriage manuals, True Story magazines, (tasteful) Pin Up art, short films, and more!
On your own? No worries! No date required! Tours will be mostly self-guided, though staff will be on hand to answer questions. $5 per person payable at the door (all admission fees benefit the Friends of the Greenbelt Museum, the non-profit organization that supports and operates the Museum. Lots of free parking just across the street behind the Greenbelt Public Library. Hope to see you there!