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Groove City
Culture Fest

August 16th & 17th
Music & Street Festival

Arts in the Community

Every Wednesday at 5:30pm
Bethel AME Church, 623 Pine Street, Cambridge


Learn various forms of art, painting, paper mache, sculpting and designing t-shirts.

The Power of Word - teaches you how to bring words to life through poetry, creative song writing and role playing.

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Instuctors Tierra Brickous, Artist/Painter

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Instructor, Ty Bolden, Singer/Songwriter

We provide light snacks and/or meals and drinks.  Field trips to cultural sites and recreational centers.

Fun for children and families to create memorable experiences.

Arts in the Community goal is to provide a safe space for youth, teens and families to express themselves freely through art, explore their hidden talents and challenge themselves.

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The program is funded by Dorchester Center for Arts and Dorchester County Health Department

Groove City
Culture Fest

This event is the heart and soul of the Cambridge community held annually on  the 3rd Saturday in August.  It is a family-friendly, cultural experience that includes performances by national and local recording artists, local youth and church organizations, visual art exhibit, health and wellness education, African-inspired goods and fashion, spoken word and delicious ethnic, local foods.  This event attracts a broad cross-section of age, socio-economic and ethnically diverse residents in Cambridge, MD and its surrounding areas as well as visiting tourists.

Youth & Family Programs

We offer cultural arts and educational program and workshops.  Painting, dancing and drumming, and DIY art challenges.

Additional programs will focus on today’s youth and young adults and how to transition them into tomorrow’s leaders by identifying their talents and passions to help guide them in choosing a career path. We are expanding our art program to engage older adults (Seniors) that will result in providing a sense of accomplishment, stimulate their focus, and improve memory and cognitive function.

Become a GCBHCG

The most visual benefit to your participation is the vast branding and marketing opportunities at the one of largest Art & Cultural Festival on the Maryland’s Eastern Shore with an impact on tourism.  The most notable benefit is the ability to enrich the community. 

By supporting the Groove City Black Heritage and Culture Group, you, your company, or your organization will be joining us in the opportunity to pay it forward.

Contact Us
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Veronica Taylor

Executive Director/President

2512 Westwind Blvd
Cambridge, Dorchester County 21613


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