National Aquarium's Black History Month celebration

From left, Lance Baird, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory employee, and Hermonie Williams, Baltimore-based artist
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The National Aquarium celebrated Black History Month at its February Cultural Series event, where guests could roam the aquarium, stopping off at a couple of re-created "jazz clubs" in the facility. There were also dance performances throughout the evening, and several vendors who offered information and merchandise in connection with the event's theme.

( Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun / February 7, 2014 )

From left, Lance Baird, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory employee, and Hermonie Williams, Baltimore-based artist

The National Aquarium celebrated Black History Month at its February Cultural Series event, where guests could roam the aquarium, stopping off at a couple of re-created "jazz clubs" in the facility. There were also dance performances throughout the evening, and several vendors who offered information and merchandise in connection with the event's theme.

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