McLemore House Museum Tours

We are hoping to have regular hours soon. Please check this website or follow us on Facebook to hear when tours are available.

To schedule group tours, please email: info@aahswc.org.

Porch Talks

We’re mixing things up this year because several people told us they couldn’t make the morning Porch Talks.  Our first event will be held at 6 pm on Monday, May 13th.

Juneteenth Celebration

A celebration of freedom will be held on June 19th.  The event is open to the public and commemorates the emancipation of the African-American enslaved.  Music, food, games and African American cultural activities are part of the celebration.

June 19th at the McLemore House from 11am – 3 pm

Annual T. E. Murdic Scholarship Prom

This event is a fundraiser for our annual educational scholarship fund and where scholarships are awarded to several deserving high school seniors in our community attending college. “Prom Night” is a prom for all ages where many will rekindle awesome memories of past proms. This evening is also an opportunity for those who never attended a prom to do so.

The deadline for scholarship applications is March 1st.

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Annual Holiday Open House

Join us for the Annual Christmas Open House hosted by the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County. This is a wonderful event with a live re-enactment featuring Harvey Chrisman and Carolyn Wall reprising their roles as Harvey McLemore and his granddaughter, Maggie. The self-guided tours offer an opportunity for visitors to explore the McLemore House Museum and learn about its historical significance.

23rd Annual Black Tie Affair

Our organization’s annual fundraiser to benefit AAHS, the McLemore House Museum, and the Merrill-Williams House. It is a night of celebration, honors, awards, music, and dancing! Tickets will go on sale in November, be sure sign up below for our newsletter so you don’t miss it!

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