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COLLECTIONS

Our collections showcase the historical influence and cultural relevance of African-, Caribbean- and Haitian-Americans upon Florida and the southeast US.

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BECOME A MEMBER

Volunteering is easy at The Spady Museum. We welcome your talents and areas of expertise in helping us share our mission with culture lovers.

ABOUT THE MAN

SOLOMON SPADY

Solomon D. Spady is one of the most influential African Americans in Delray Beach, and his former home now acts as the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum.

"RIDE & REMEMBER" HISTORICAL TOUR
BRINGING THE HISTORY OF DELRAY BEACH TO LIFE

When you board the “Ride & Remember” Historical Tour, the history of Delray Beach comes alive! Climb aboard The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum’s popular, monthly “Ride & Remember” Historical Tour and enjoy the interactive, personalized stories of Delray Beach’s interesting origins and development.

PROGRAMMING AT THE SPADY

20 October @ 09:00 am - 01:00 pm
170 NW 5TH Avenue
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20 October @ 09:30 am - 11:00 am
170 NW 5TH Avenue
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27 October @ 09:30 am - 11:00 am
170 NW 5TH Avenue
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New Exhibit | MY REEL

Now – July 21, 2018

View the world through the lens of local photographers, who specialize in various genres from modeling to nature, and enjoy selected photographs from the Museum’s extensive archives. “My Reel” includes “Share My Reel,” a collaboration exhibit that invited local artists from South Florida to submit their work before a juried committee. The committee included well-known local professional photographers, Michiko Kurisu, Marie Vickles and David I. Muir, who evaluated more than 180 submissions. Curated by Khaulah Naima Nuruddin, “My Reel” is an original show with a decidedly South Florida perspective.

YOUTH CULTURAL EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM (YCEP)

DEDICATED TO EMPOWERING DELRAY BEACH YOUTH THROUGH EDUCATION

Our YCEP encourages area youth to express themselves through interactive academic engagement. Held every Saturday, the program features the YCEP Dance Project as well as an Artisan’s Corner teaching original artist creation techniques. Other program components include engaging youth in learning healthy cooking, cultural history activities, poetry, Kemetic yoga and more.

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YOUTH SERVED IN 2017

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YEARLY EVENTS

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TEACHING ARTIST ENGAGED

The Age of Enlightenment is Here

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Special one-month engagement features play, “Soul of...

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“Cook, Chat & Chew” Vol 1

COOKING WITH FLAVOR! On July 10th,Trinnette Morris of...

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From the Director’s Desk

Check this month's Spady Museum Newsletter  June 2018...

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