Events and Programs


High Noon History

High Noon History is a walking tour offered every Friday in May at 12 pm. The tour covers the history of Decatur Square, and begins on the steps of the Historic DeKalb Courthouse (facing the square). This tour is perfect for those on their lunch break, so bring a sandwich and enjoy some history!

Reservations are not required. Cost is free for members, and $3 for non-members. Tour lasts about 40 minutes.

Pay at the door



Evening Author and Lecture Series

May 22, 2019, 6:00 PM

The Tubman Command

with author Elizabeth Cobbs


The Tubman Command tells the story of Harriet Tubman at the moment of her greatest gamble. Recruited as a spy for the Union army, Tubman- code name "Moses"- plots a spectacular plantation raid behind enemy lines, one so large and so daring it will turn the tide of the Civil War. But in order to succeed, Tubman must lead her team of black scouts up the Combahee River, where the dangers of alligators, sharpshooters, and slave catchers lurk. Her mission is complicated further by the hostility and skepticism of other Union soldiers. And yet, Tubman expects these men to underestimate her. It is, after all, why she is the perfect spy.

From the author of The Hamilton Affair, The Tubman Command brings to light the bravery and brilliance of American icon Harriet Tubman during her most daring mission yet.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Doors open 5:30

Program, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm

Book Signing 7:00 pm


Event Sponsored by Ale Yeah! Craft Beer Market.

DHC members get 5% off purchase upon showing DHC member card at Ale Yeah!




DHC Member Only (Guests of Members Allowed) 

Ticket: $5  for Senior/Teacher/Student/Individual/Household<$75

Patron+ ($75+) members are , no need to purchase tickets just RSVP

Transportation NOT provided. Questions, contact Marissa :


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