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“Because this is our 40th Anniversary of doing the festival, our theme was “Deeply Rooted in the Community” because the festival has always been a community outreach project.  It’s not a fund raiser, it’s a friend raiser.  We want the community to come out, we want them to know, this is DuSable Museum and this is what we do.” - Marilyn Hunter, Festival Manager, for the Annual Arts and Crafts Festival.

“Because this is our 40th Anniversary of doing the festival, our theme was “Deeply Rooted in the Community” because the festival has always been a community outreach project. It’s not a fund raiser, it’s a friend raiser. We want the community to come out, we want them to know, this is DuSable Museum and this is what we do.” - Marilyn Hunter, Festival Manager, for the Annual Arts and Crafts Festival.

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DuSable Museum’s 40th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival

Festival, was created by the museum's founder, the late Dr. Margaret Burroughs in 1974

The DuSable Museum of African American History, 740 E. 56th Pl., held its 40th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival this past weekend. The Festival, was created by the museum's founder, the late Dr. Margaret Burroughs in 1974, and celebrates her legacy.