Boston Men’s Dinner Group (BMDG) at the Museum of African American History (MAAH)
For over 10 years, The Boston Men’s Dinner Group has convened men of color to exchange information and ideas in informal settings. BMDG was formed after a small group of men of color got together over dinner to discuss the topics of the day, establish new relationships and reconnect with old friends. Through this social forum, BMDG has connected hundreds of men in the Greater Boston area and helped build lasting friendships and business partnerships in the African American community. We invite you to BMDG @ MAAH on 14 December, 5:30 pm– 9:00 pm. Please feel free to share this event with other professional men of color.
BMDG Hosts: Emerson Foster, Paul Francisco, Peter Pedro and the honorable Wayne Budd.
Entering its 50th year, MAAH is dedicated to conserving, accurately interpreting, and preserving the contributions of African Americans in New England. MAAH’s national historic landmarks in Boston and Nantucket played vital roles in the liberation of African Americans and were the center of the African American community in New England from the earliest days of the Republic.
TICKET PRICE INCLUDES:
· Meet the Executive Director – Marita Rivero
· A Tour of MAAH Boston and Picturing Frederick Douglass exhibit
· Hors d’oeuvre and drinks
· Lasting friendships!
This event is facilitated and organized by A Maven's World Lifestyle Brand for the Boston Men's Dinner Group.
Tickets can be purchased at the door. However, we strongly suggest you purchase your ticket in advance, as space is limited.
- $5 Parking is underground at the Charles River Plaza (not Whole Foods parking, see map below).
- MAAH will validate your green parking ticket.