Celebrating the African American Legacy in Ironmaking
The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices joins the 2nd annual Maryland Iron Festival, commemorating the state as a center for the craft of ironmaking in a day of virtual events including traditional blacksmithing, cooking demonstrations, artisan demonstrations, children’s activities, archaeology talks, and a virtual tour of the newly installed Catoctin Furnace African American Cemetery Interpretive Trail.
Hear Jubilee Voices from 2:15-3 PM
Attendees can participate in interactive programs and Q&A sessions via Zoom. For those who prefer simply to watch, all festival events will be live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook Live as well. Visit www.catoctinfurnace.org to learn how to register and for live-streaming links.
The Maryland Iron Festival is produced by the Catoctin Furnace Historical Society, in partnership with Cunningham Falls State Park, Catoctin Mountain Park, Frederick County Public Libraries, and Visit Frederick.
LOCATION: Virtual/Online. See how to watch and register for interactive sessions at www.catoctinfurnace.org.