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to the website of the Josephine School Community Museum and Clarke County African-American Cultural Center. The Museum serves as a powerful beacon of hope, self-determination, and accomplishment.

Highlights and Upcoming events













Thank you to all our supporters who came out and made the 3rd Annual Jazz Evening a success. The food provided by GJ Cooks was delicious, the Lydia Lewis Quintet was divine and the Millwood Country Club was special. We exceeded our goal by a wide margin due to the great response from our friends.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

Christ Church-Millwood

Bank of Clarke County
Berryville Family Practice-Frances R. Evans, M.D.
Jerome and Chuyen Kochinsky
Smithfield Farm Bed and Breakfast
Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac Co.

Clarke County Historical Association
Daniel and Hetzel, PC
Goose Creek Friends
Hobert and Kerr, PC

Berryville Auto Parts
Laura N. Dabinett, M.D.
Robert and Ann Lesman

Geneva Jackson of GJ Cooks

 


 

Terry McMillan’s book, Who Asked You? will be the book discussed on Sunday, August 10, at the museum from 3 to 5 PM.

Terry McMillan fell in love with books as a teenager while working at the local library. She studied journalism at UC Berkeley and screenwriting at Columbia before making her fiction debut with Mama, which won both the Doubleday New Voices in Fiction Award and the American Book Award. She lives in Northern California.

Come join the discussion of Who Asked You on Sunday, August 10.  Having read the book is not a requirement of attending the discussion. 
 


Josephine School Community Museum Information

The Museum is now open
Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Sundays from 1pm to 3pm and by appointment.


The Josephine School Community Museum welcomes additions to our collection at any time. If you have something you would like to have housed at the Museum please give us a call.


 


Every 3rd Tuesday of the Month

Join the the Middle Potomac History Research Group at the Museum.