The African American Cultural & Historical Museum of Washtenaw presents: A Culinary Cultural Experience
Our community is rich with African American culture, history and knowledge and at our 9th Annual African American Dinner we will celebrate the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County. The AACHM was established in 1993 to research, collect, preserve and exhibit cultural and historical materials about the life and work of Black Americans in Washtenaw County.
From recently filmed Living Oral History interviews, to the Underground Railroad Tour, discover what local African-Americans witnessed, experienced, and contributed to building the community we share today. Chef Alex has created a menu highlighting the journey of seven of our families, sharing their history through food.
New On-Line Booking Happening Now!
Beginning in January all Roadhouse special dinners can be reserved and purchased on-line. No more having to call to reserve or fill out a form and wait one or two days to get confirmation. Now when you reserve online you will immediately get a confirmation email confirming your seats, the day and time of the event and any other details you may need to know (Dinner featuring a book signing with a great author! Wine pairings available! Live music at the event! Any information we think you might want to know). We will also send you a reminder email the week before the event to make sure we are still on your calendar.