Columbia Pike Movie NightsEvent

Columbia Pike Movie Nights

The Columbia Pike Documentary Project has created a twelve-minute video highlighting the people and culture of Columbia Pike.  Consisting of powerful still photographs expertly collaged with the voices of our diverse …

August 26–27, 2022 | 8PM | Arlington


Join us for a free screening of “Reconstructed: The Rebuilding of African American Communities Through Faith and Education,” a film by Horace Scruggs. This film was produced by the Fluvanna …

July 17, 2022 | 3PM | Fluvanna County

Juneteenth: A Homecoming Celebration

The Orange County African American Historical Society (OCAAHS) invites you to join its month-long Juneteenth celebration featuring online and in-person events. This year’s theme, A Homecoming Celebration, recognizes the role of Juneteenth in bringing families …

June 1 – July 6, 2022 | 6PM | Virtual


The work to preserve and interpret Black history as an integral, essential component of American history is a multigenerational commitment. Join Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello for “Ascendant,” a public summit at …

June 18, 2022 | 10:45AM | Charlottesville and Online

Together We Rise

Join the Josephine School Community Museum, Josephine Improvement Association, and Clarke County Training School – Johnson Williams High School Reunion Association, for Clarke County’s first community Juneteenth Celebration.

June 18, 2022 | 11AM – 9PM | Berryville

A Vanished Dream: Wartime Story of My Japanese Grandfather

On Thursday, April 21, Virginia Humanities director of education Emma Ito will join the award-winning photojournalist Regina H. Boone for a conversation about Boone’s latest documentary film A Vanished Dream: …

April 21, 2022 | 7PM – 8PM

Still Standing: Brownsburg’s Slave Houses

The Historic Lexington Foundation (HLF) and the Brownsburg Museum are pleased to present a tour of five historic, former slave houses in the Brownsburg community. The tour is FREE and …

May 7, 2022 | 10AM – 4PM | The Brownsburg Museum, Brownsburg, Virginia