With the winter holiday rush closing in, I wanted to give you a quick update on an exciting recent accomplishment, reflect on our goals, and ask you to support our Annual Fund for the work ahead of us.
Today, Americans remember those lost during the December 7, 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor and Marylanders remember those lost aboard the USCGC Taney – the last floating warship that participated in the Battle that is now docked at Baltimore’s Inner Habor. Read on for more important history on this infamous day:
In advance of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Preservation Maryland is raising funds to support the Maryland Women’s Suffrage History Project. Donations made on Giving Tuesday will help bring this big project to fruition.
Hanukkah celebrations in America have changed significantly from when the first Jewish settlers arrived in Maryland in the mid-17th century. Always a minor holiday, Hanukkah gained new relevance in the American melting pot due to its proximity to Christmas. Baltimore’s Jewish communities are no exception with many ways to celebrate along with opportunities across the state, too.