Maryland Day: Tour Downtown Annapolis, Maritime Museum, Children’s …

March 20, 2015 - garden totes

During a 8th Annual
Maryland Day Celebration, historical, cultural, and healthy resources sites in Annapolis, northern, and southern Anne Arundel County will open their doors to a open with special tours, events, and programming for $1 or free. The dates for Maryland Day 2015 are Mar 20, 21, and 22.


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Friday, Mar 20, 2015


MainStreets Annapolis Partnership, activities during several businesses around downtown Annapolis.
Enjoy an early open selling wander by downtown Annapolis, interlude for a mangle during a MainStreets Annapolis Partnership Pocket Park. Begin your Walk Annapolis afternoon with a “Maryland Day Scavenger Hunt for History” and learn a singular Made in Maryland products sole by many of a internal merchants. Then stop in during some ancestral hostelries, pubs and informative sites and support a internal business village while we learn some-more about a singular story and heritage. The Scavenger Hunt for History starts on Maryland Day weekend, Mar 20th, and continues any Friday dusk until Apr 3rd; stores will be open until 8:00 p.m. for your selling and history-hunting pleasure. Prizes will be awarded. Pick adult your Annapolis Scavenger Hunt map during Annapolis Collections on West Street, Annebeth’s on Maryland Avenue, a Historic Annapolis Museum Store on Main Street, or a Annapolis and Anne Arundel Convention and Visitors Center on West Street, or demeanour for stores along Main Street, Maryland Avenue or West Street with a series in their window. More sum can be found at
www.mainstreetsannapolis.org. FREE.

Download a online chronicle a scavenger hunt brochure:
http://gispub.annapolis.gov/scavengerhunt2015/


AAACCVB Visitors Center, 26 West Street, and City Dock Information Booth, Annapolis.
Volunteer Information Specialists can assistance we devise activities for your Maryland Day Celebration adventures. Free, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Take a selfie in front of a Annapolis map!


Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis.
Visitors can join one of a lerned docents for a guided debate of a ancestral McNasby oyster make-up plant. The vaunt facilities an 850 gallon aquarium filled with Chesapeake Bay critters as good as a waterman workboat “Miss Lonesome.” The interactive vaunt allows visitors to attend in activities such as palm tonging from a washboards of a workboat, sauce as a waterman, and culling oysters. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.


Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 4800 Atwell Road, Shady Side.
Help revive a internal Chesapeake Bay oyster competition by constructing petrify embankment balls that will offer as medium for oysters, fish, blue crabs, and other critters. Dress reasonably – gloves, boots, and comfortable garments that can get soppy and unwashed – as this is an outside event. Tour a Oyster Restoration Center thereafter to learn all that CBF is doing to revive a internal oyster competition in a Bay. Limited to 25 people. Children and teenagers acquire with adult supervision. Advance registration requiredto Patrick Beall, PBeall@cbf.org, or 410-268-8816. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


Chesapeake Children’s Museum, 25 Silopanna Road, Annapolis.
The Chesapeake Children’s Museum will be charity tours for propagandize groups on Friday, Mar 20th and charity $1.00 tours on Saturday and Sunday. Children will have an eventuality to take a selfie with an animal! $1.00 per person, 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Courthouse Museum, Anne Arundel County Courthouse, 7 Church Circle, Annapolis. If we like a shows CSI or Law and Order, this vaunt is for you! Come to a Courthouse to see a muster Crossroads of a Community that illustrates a story that happened right here in Annapolis. Members of a organisation who combined a vaunt will be on palm to yield some-more details. There is no need to go by a Courthouse confidence to revisit this exhibit. Free, 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis Museum Store, 99 Main Street, Annapolis.
Visitors will see and hear a story of insurgency to labour and labour in a Chesapeake region. The interactive vaunt takes visitors from a Colonial Period by a Civil War. Historic Annapolis vaunt guides will lead visitors by hands-on activities and by inspiring debates on freedom. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Maryland State Archives, 350 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis.
Take home a image of history! Come revisit a Maryland State Archives to start your visible debate by Maryland’s past. While we are here, name a column and poise for a selfie with a life-sized imitation from a state’s collection. Then, collect adult a few ancestral images from a detailed collections to review with their complicated day locations downtown, formulating a photo-mashup. Be certain to check out a ancestral maps on arrangement to assistance we on this visible scavenger hunt! Please join us for this eventuality to pattern yourself in history! Free, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.


Maryland State House, 100 State Circle, Annapolis.
George Washington quiescent his troops elect here! On Dec 23, 1783, General George Washington stood before Congress in a Old Senate Chamber to obey his authority of a Continental Army. Visit a Maryland State House from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm for a special curator’s tour. Staff from a Maryland State Archives will explain a significance of Washington’s resignation, that determined a conform of municipal control of a American military. Washington’s personal duplicate of his abdication speech, that he review in a Old Senate Chamber, will be exhibited in a State House rotunda. A imitation ID is compulsory to enter a State House. Occupancy in a bedrooms is limited, so there competence be a brief wait during certain times. Guests are speedy to take a self-guided debate of a Maryland State House. Free, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.


Mitchell Gallery during St. John’s College, 60 College Avenue, Mellon Hall, Annapolis.
The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, founded in 1989, is located on a ancestral St. John’s College campus. The gallery’s stream exhibition, “An Ear for Music, An Eye for Art: Selections from a Ahmet Ertegün Collection,” facilities paintings collected by a St. John’s alumnus who founded of one of a vital record companies of a 20th century. Come and learn some-more about this idealist entrepreneur. The Mitchell Gallery is a nationally accredited museum and offers educational programs for all ages: lectures, gallery talks, seminar, a Junior Member’s program, and tours for propagandize and other groups. Free, noon to 5:00 p.m.


St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Church Circle, downtown Annapolis.
Standing prominently in Church Circle, St. Anne’s is a obvious ancestral landmark in Annapolis. People have worshipped here given 1692, and a stream church structure dates to 1858. Three signers of a Declaration of Independence; Samuel Chase, William Paca, and Thomas Stone were churchman here along with a author of a inhabitant anthem, Francis Scott Key. Trained Docents will be on palm for tours of both a church interior and a churchyard from 1-3 any day. Free to a public. ALL ARE WELCOME!


United States Naval Academy, Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center, 52 King George Street, (inside Gate 1, Randall Street), Annapolis.
Visitor Center Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tour Times: Fri. 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. ADMISSION: $1.00 when presenting a printed banking from a Visitor Center webpage at
http://www.usnabsd.com/for-visitors. Or, uncover a banking on a intelligent phone (must have banking to accept special deal). Please ask an information dilettante for a giveaway pamphlet on John Paul Jones, a Revolutionary War naval favourite buried during a Academy. You can see his sarcophagus and exhibits on his life in a shrine underneath a categorical Chapel on a guided walking tour. Redeem your debate banking and your debate tab will be hammered with an anchor that entitles we to 20% off one object in a Visitor Center Gift Shop.


Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, 1101 Smithville Street, Annapolis.
Tour of Wiley H. Bates High School and Quilting Story of New Exhibit. Free, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


Wimsey Cove Framing Art, 3141 Solomon’s Island Road (Rt. 2), Edgewater.
Friday from 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; and Sunday from noon-4:00 p.m. Visitors to Wimsey Cove on Maryland Day weekend will be given a giveaway leaflet, A Guide to Historic Maps of a Four Rivers Heritage Area and be means to peruse and squeeze high peculiarity reproductions of a internal ancestral maps.

Saturday, Mar 21, 2015

SPECIAL MARYLAND DAY FLAG-RAISING CEREMONY, 10:00 a.m. Flag Pole during Susan Campbell Park, Annapolis. Four Rivers Heritage Area and partners benefaction a spirit-lifting dwindle lifting ceremony! All are welcome, giveaway and open to a public. Music by a Annapolis Drum and Bugle Corps and dwindle fact by a award-winning USNA League Cadets of a Training Ship Mercedes.

Following a Ceremony, join Annapolis Tours by Watermark for “Tricorns and Tennis Shoes!” — activity withdrawal from Susan Campbell Park, City Dock, Annapolis during 10:30 a.m. (Wear comfy Shoes for this tour; not a race, only a good pace!) Fresh air, fun, story and practice come together for this frisk by town! Run by a city to see a homes of any of a Maryland Signers of a Declaration of Independence, revisit colonial epoch businessman homes and other ancestral sites that designate Maryland’s Pre-Revolutionary War suggestion of creativity, individuality, and honour for order, all of that were poignant in a Constitution once we won a independence. Some of a stops enclosed are: Jonas Green House, Charles Carroll House, St. Mary’s imagining garden, Waterfront and Kunta Kinte sculpture, Brice House, William Paca House, Samuel Chase House, St. John’s Campus and a Liberty Tree, State House grounds, Thurgood Marshall Memorial. FREE, 10:30-11:30 a.m.


AAACCVB Visitors Center, 26 West Street, and City Dock Information Booth, Annapolis.
Volunteer Information Specialists can assistance we devise activities for your Maryland Day Celebration adventures. Take a selfie in front of a Annapolis map! Free, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.


Asbury Broadneck United Methodist Church, 657 Broadneck Rd Annapolis.
Discover African-American History and Heritage during Asbury Broadneck United Methodist Church. Asbury Broadneck is a oldest African-American church located on a Broadneck Peninsula. Visit a benefaction church site that dates behind to 1888, perspective a Church’s 175th Anniversary Quilt, and debate a ancestral funeral funeral drift where some-more than 2,000 people are interred, including a cousin of Frederick Bailey Douglass. Hear about a predicament of Civil War favourite Nelson Stevens who also is buried in a cemetery. The Cemetery Preservation Project Committee will share some of this abounding story during a tour. The cabinet has gathered a story book that includes a story of a church and those who are interred in a ancestral funeral grounds. Free, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Directions: Take a US-301 EAST/US-50 EAST towards BAY Bridge. Take a BAY DALE DRIVE exit, exit #28. Continue on FERGUSON ROAD to a right. Turn Right on BAY DALE DRIVE. Turn Right on BROADNECK ROAD. Continue to finish of BROADNECK ROAD.


Banneker-Douglass Museum, 84 Franklin Street, Annapolis.
Drop by a Banneker-Douglass Museum for FREE docent led tours. Explore a museum with gifted guides who will lead we on a debate of African American heritage. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Belvoir Scott’s Plantation, 1534 Generals Highway, Crownsville. Visitors will be means to get a glance into one of Anne Arundel County’s best kept ancestral treasures! Belvoir, once owned by Francis Scott Key’s grandparents, is now underneath a stewardship of Rockbridge Academy. Enjoy a giveaway walking debate of Belvoir Scott’s Plantation and a ancestral Manor House. Learn about a story of a camp via a years. In a eventuality of severe weather, this eventuality will be cancelled. Limited to 30 people, allege registration required. To register, please send an e-mail to abailey@rockbridge.org. Free, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.

Directions: From Annapolis (Route 50): – Follow West Street / Generals Hwy pass Annapolis Mall toward Crownsville. – After dual signals, pass Eisenhower Golf Course opening on a left palm side. – After flitting Eisenhower Golf Course, demeanour for white ancestral coop nearby a mud road, with dual mailboxes on a right-hand side of a road. – Turn right onto mud road. Historic coop reads: Belvoir (Scott’s Plantation).


Captain Avery Museum, 1418 East West Shady Side Road, Shady Side.
The Museum will be hosting eco-Rock Star Greg Kearns! Greg will be giving a PowerPoint arrangement with a Q A, themed “Greet a Osprey.” Greg is a nationally eminent wetlands and wildlife consultant who will be giving a special speak about Osprey. Get a inside dip on this pretentious sea raptor that we see all a time and wish we knew some-more about. Free, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.


Charles Carroll House, 107 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis.
“The Carrolls From Offaly to Maryland: A Photographic Essay by Denny Lynch.” In this exhibition, photographer Denny Lynch papers a memorable symbol a Carrolls left on lands on both sides of a Atlantic. Many of a photographs are a outcome of journeys Denny done to Ely O’Carroll Country. There he prisoner images of castles, landscapes and chronological sites compared with this family. Mr. Lynch will give a harangue about his practice and a vaunt on Saturday and Sunday during 2:00 p.m. during Carroll House. Come take a selfie with a Signer! Tours of a residence will also be offered. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.

Chase Lloyd House, 22 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis. The Chase Lloyd House welcomes we to debate a pleasing 18th century open bedrooms and 21st century Bay-Wise garden. Listen and strut to normal song of a colonial duration charity by a Weems Creek Jammers. The tours and song continue via a afternoon from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m., though for your convenience, please arrive on a hour or half-hour by 4:30 p.m. $1.00 per person, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.


Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Philip Merrill Environmental Center, 6 Herndon Avenue, Annapolis.
Join CBF’s Maryland Senior Scientist and staff to learn about a healthy story and stream state of a Chesapeake Bay. Learn a foresee for a destiny and how we can make a disproportion in a health of this beautiful, frail waterway. Tour CBF’s environmentally tolerable domicile building and find out because it’s one of a world’s many energy-efficient buildings. Get a firsthand demeanour during how CBF incorporated healthy elements into a entirely organic workplace that has minimal impact on a Bay- and creek-front surroundings. You are acquire to transport a drift and suffer a poetic healthy perspective on your possess after a grave tour. Limited to 50 people, allege registration required: visit
http://www.cbf.org/calendar, demeanour for “MD Day Lecture and Tour” on Mar 21, 2015, and register online. Please hit Jennifer Herzog during 443-482-2103 with any questions. Free, 10:00 a.m. to noon.


Chesapeake Children’s Museum, 25 Silopanna Road, Annapolis.
The Chesapeake Children’s Museum will be charity tours for propagandize groups on Friday, Mar 20th and charity $1.00 tours on Saturday and Sunday. Children will have an eventuality to take a selfie with an animal! $1.00 per person, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Goshen Farm, 1420 Cape St. Claire Road, Annapolis.
Take a family getaway to a Maryland countryside. Good fun for everybody in a family during Goshen Farm: Listen to music; attend in children’s out-of-date games and activities; try a 22 acres of greenspace, open meadows, and walking trails in a woods. Tour a ancestral 1783 Goshen Farm House and marvel during a exposed, 18th Century construction. View a ironstone chase from that mill was used to build a Farm House’s foundation. Hear about a people who have farmed this land given a 1600’s and a crops they produced. Wander by a 62-plot village Sharing Garden, speak with a gardeners, demeanour into a High Tunnel/Greenhouse and see what’s growing. Free, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Directions: Take US-50 E/US-301 N toward BAY BRIDGE. Take a CAPE ST. CLAIRE RD exit, exit 29B, toward EAST COLLEGE PKWY. Merge onto MD-179. Stay true to go onto CAPE ST CLAIRE RD. 1420 CAPE ST CLAIRE RD is on a left.


Hammond Harwood House, 19 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis.
Family tours focusing on receptive ways to deliver your children into a museum’s collection. The special Maryland Day tours are fun and interactive, focusing on creation connectors between people’s possess lives and collections in a museum’s duration rooms. After a debate there will be children’s activities and a dress-up activity in a gardens. Tours during 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 p.m. both days. Tours singular to 20 people. Pre-registration suggested, greatfully call 410-263-4683×12. $1.00 per person, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis Museum Store, 99 Main Street, Annapolis.
Visitors will see and hear a story of insurgency to labour and labour in a Chesapeake region. The interactive vaunt takes visitors from a Colonial Period by a Civil War. Historic Annapolis vaunt guides will lead visitors by hands-on activities and suspicion inspiring debates on freedom. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis’s Hogshead Living History Center, 43 Pinkney Street, Annapolis.
Experience a operative category life of 18th century Annapolis. Historic interpreters will describe a labor complete and formidable lives of a reduce category operative organisation and women of Annapolis during a 18th century. Experience hands-on activities and hear tales of transport to a western frontier-you competence be astounded how tighten it was! Last opening time into Hogshead will be 3:45 p.m. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis’s William Paca House and Garden, 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis.
Visit a 1765 William Paca House and Gardens to knowledge what life was like for a abounding Annapolis family during a years heading adult to a American Revolution. Come accommodate a organisation and women who would have lived and worked in a residence and gardens. Hands-on activities will assistance we confirm if we could have lived in a residence during a 18th century! $1.00 per person, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


Historic Annapolis’s James Brice House, 42 East Street, Annapolis.
Visit a ca. 1767 residence built by James Brice, a lawyer, planter, county officeholder and member of Maryland’s Executive Council for many years and behaving Governor in 1792. The considerable five-part Georgian residence is an architectural gem. Come learn about how a residence was assembled and a lives of those who lived and worked in a house. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.


Historic London Town and Gardens, 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater.
Picture yourself in colonial London Town! We’ll have copiousness of imitation opportunities as we try a wooded gardens and douse yourself in a lives of Maryland colonists. Try your palm during activities that were essential to daily life 300 years ago and plead about a past with costumed interpreters. Create your possess self portrait, or on Saturday afternoon, stop for a impulse to have your mural done by conformation artist Lauren Muney. $1.00 per person, 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Maryland State Archives, 350 Rowe Blvd, Annapolis.
Take home a image of history! Come revisit a Maryland State Archives to start your visible debate by Maryland’s past. While we are here, name a column and poise for a selfie with a life-sized imitation from a state’s collection. Then, collect adult a few ancestral images from a detailed collections to review with their complicated day locations downtown, formulating a photo-mashup. Be certain to check out a ancestral maps on arrangement to assistance we on this visible scavenger hunt! Please join us for this eventuality to pattern yourself in history! Valid Photo ID compulsory by confidence for opening into a Archives building. Free, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Mitchell Gallery during St. John’s College, 60 College Avenue, Mellon Hall, Annapolis.
The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, founded in 1989, is located on a ancestral St. John’s College campus. The gallery’s stream exhibition, “An Ear for Music, An Eye for Art: Selections from a Ahmet Ertegün Collection,” facilities paintings collected by a St. John’s alumnus who founded of one of a vital record companies of a 20th century. Come and learn some-more about this idealist entrepreneur. The Mitchell Gallery is a nationally accredited museum and offers educational programs for all ages: lectures, gallery talks, seminar, a Junior Member’s program, and tours for propagandize and other groups. Free, noon to 5:00 p.m.


St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Church Circle, downtown Annapolis.
Standing prominently in Church Circle, St. Anne’s is a obvious ancestral landmark in Annapolis. People have worshipped here given 1692, and a stream church structure dates to 1858. Three signers of a Declaration of Independence; Samuel Chase, William Paca, and Thomas Stone were churchman here along with a author of a inhabitant anthem, Francis Scott Key. Trained Docents will be on palm for tours of both a church interior and a churchyard from 1-3 any day. Free to a public. ALL ARE WELCOME!


St. John’s College, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis.
We will have a 1742 building McDowell Hall open for furloughed with special guest John Christensen, a author of a book : MCDOWELL HALL AT ST JOHN’S COLLEGE. He will lead tours and answer questions about a story of this executive building on a St. John’s Campus, aided by additional guides from a Friends of St. John’s. The McDowell Hall book will be accessible for squeeze during a special cost of $5 and can be autographed by a author. Refreshments will be served. In further to capturing your “picture in history” with your selfie, we will have prolongation rods accessible for those who would like a broader view. Free, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.


U.S. Naval Academy Visitor’s Center, Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center, 52 King George Street, (inside Gate 1, Randall Street), Annapolis, MD.
Visitor Center Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Tour Times: Saturday 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. ADMISSION: $1.00 when presenting a printed banking from a Visitor Center webpage at
http://www.usnabsd.com/for-visitors. Or, uncover a banking on a intelligent phone. (Must have banking to accept special deal). On Saturday, a Visitor Center is providing activities for children: paper captain’s hat-making, linoleum rubbing, tangle tying, and tattoo portrayal along with take-home activities on a kids’ quarterdeck, from noon-3:00 p.m. Redeem your debate banking and your debate tab will be hammered with an anchor that entitles we to 20% off one object in a Visitor Center Gift Shop.


West Annapolis Heritage Partnership, 24 Annapolis Street, Annapolis.
Don your early Downton Abbey togs and strut adult Annapolis Street to applaud a epoch of 1900 to 1920, when Miss Elizabeth Giddings and Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. were utilizing healthy landscapes to qualification a poetic village of Wardour. Discover some-more about a story of Annapolis during that epoch and how you, too, can emanate your possess “beautiful neighborhood.”

Special Events at 24 Annapolis Street – Maryland Day Headquarters (J. Melvin Premier Properties). Come early! 250 receptacle bags pressed with business special coupons will be charity to a initial 250 visitors!

  • 11:00 A.M. Explore “Trees: When to Remove What to Replant,” with Paul G. Foster, Arborist and MD. Licensed Tree Expert. Sponsored by The Severn River Association. (limited seating – second possibility during 3:00 P.M)
  • 1:30 P.M. Discover Elizabeth Giddings’ world: “Women Shaping Annapolis, 1900 to 1920” speak by Jane McWillliams, author of Annapolis: City on a Severn. Followed by a Fashion Show sponsored by Retropolitan.
  • 3:00 P.M. “Trees: When to Remove What to Replant” (see 11:00 A.M. listing)

Day-Long Activities (10:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M): Feel giveaway to wear duration attire. Compare your styles with models from Retropolitan, dressed in classical fashions. Encounter them on a trolley or somewhere along Annapolis Street.

  • 2 Annapolis Street: Enter a conform competition: “Incorporating Edwardian Style into 21st Century Dress.” Have a relaxing crater of tea. (One Petticoat Lane).
  • 4 Annapolis Street: Enjoy a “Maryland Landscape Painters” Art Exhibit. (West Annapolis Artworks Fine Framing)
  • 4 Annapolis Street: How were select women styling their hair in 1900? Find out during Salon West.
  • 105B Annapolis Street: Bring your bike to Green Pedals for a giveaway open tune-up.
  • 105C Annapolis Street: Ask Master Gardeners your open planting questions. (Annapolis Kitchen and Bath).
  • 106 Annapolis Street: Are Tom and Audrey back? Have they started their osprey nest yet? Discover a answer and some-more with a Chesapeake Conservancy, and find out how we can be partial of restoring a Bay and Rivers. (Twisted Sisters).
  • Kid’s crafts and activities at: 2 Annapolis Street (Art Things); 10 Annapolis St. (Tara’s Gifts).
  • 112 Annapolis Street: Relax with a good crater of Smith Island Cake Latte. (Bean Rush Café).

Visit Wimsey Cove Map’s pop-up emporium for a resources of ancestral maps; douse yourself in a era, revisit a Antique Shops, and applaud Annapolis History with a imitation collection gracing a walls of Graul’s Market (607 Taylor Avenue). Here’s to beauty, in all a aspects!


Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, 1101 Smithville Street, Annapolis.
Tours during 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Tour of Wiley H. Bates High School and Quilting Story. 5:00 p.m. Gospel Program. Free to a public.


Wimsey Cove Framing Art, 3141 Solomon’s Island Road (Rt. 2), Edgewater.
Visitors to Wimsey Cove on Maryland Day weekend will be given a giveaway leaflet, A Guide to Historic Maps of a Four Rivers Heritage Area and be means to peruse and squeeze high peculiarity reproductions of a internal ancestral maps. Open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, Mar 22, 2015


AAACCVB Visitors Center, 26 West Street, Annapolis.
Volunteer Information Specialists can assistance we devise activities for your Maryland Day Celebration adventures. Free, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Take a selfie in front of a Annapolis map!

Anne Arundel Public Water Access Committee, Loch Haven Drive, Edgewater. Explore South River Farms Park with a Anne Arundel Public Water Access Committee, Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks and South River Federation. This nation county park on a South River has 170 acres of woods and meadow, a 300 yard sandy beach, dual tidal ponds and hiking trails. The park will be open from 10 am to 2 pm on Sunday 3/22/15. Walk by a park on your possess or join a guided one hour transport during 10:30 am or 12:30 pm. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Directions: Take Route 2 south of Annapolis. Cross a South River. Turn left/east on Central Avenue/ MD 214 and go 1.9 miles. Turn left on Loch Haven Road during a BP gas station. Continue for 1.4 miles as a highway turns into Loch Haven Drive. There is no park pointer so keep an eye out on your right for a far-reaching expostulate with a yellow steel embankment set behind from a road. That expostulate is a opening to South River Farms Park. If we pass Walnut Drive on your left, you’ve left 20 feet too far.


Captain Avery Museum, 1418 East West Shady Side Road, Shady Side.
The Captain Avery Museum is celebrating Maryland’s past and benefaction by opening their ancestral waterman’s home and gallery space to a students and teachers of Southern High School. Taste dishes prepared from ancestral Maryland recipes, suffer music, and try a ancestral home and contemporary gallery. Come see Emergent | an exhibition. Free, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Charles Carroll House, 107 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis.
“The Carrolls From Offaly to Maryland: A Photographic Essay by Denny Lynch.” In this exhibition, photographer Denny Lynch papers a memorable symbol a Carrolls left on lands on both sides of a Atlantic. Many of a photographs are a outcome of journeys Denny done to Ely O’Carroll Country. There he prisoner images of castles, landscapes and chronological sites compared with this family. Mr. Lynch will give a harangue about his practice and a vaunt on Saturday and Sunday during 2:00 p.m. during Carroll House. Come take a selfie with a Signer! Tours of a residence will also be offered. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.


Chesapeake Children’s Museum, 25 Silopanna Road, Annapolis.
The Chesapeake Children’s Museum will be charity tours for propagandize groups on Friday, Mar 20th and charity $1.00 tours on Saturday and Sunday. Children will have an eventuality to take a selfie with an animal! $1.00, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Deale Area Historical Society, Herrington Harbour North Marina, 389 Deale Road (Rt. 256), Tracys Landing.
Experience a day in a early 1900’s. Follow a industrious villagers as they go about their daily chores. Help shake ice cream or butter, and suffer a results. Tong for oysters with a waterman and learn a art of quilting, knitting or candle wicking from a housewives. Scholars, take a scribble category during a one room school, regulating slates or coop and ink. Visit an African-American Beneficial Society meetinghouse or a nation church. Refreshments sole by a Deale Area Historic Society. Free, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Enticement Stables during Obligation Farm, 4024 Solomons Island Road, Harwood.
Enticement Stables during Obligation Farm invites YOU to come accommodate a hack and debate a chronological farm. Our plantation began as a tobacco plantation and has been converted to a equine farm; come see how a aged tobacco barns demeanour now accommodate a horses and ponies too. Any doubt greatfully call 410-798-4980. Free, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Franklin United Methodist Church, 5345 Deale- Churchton Rd., Churchton.
The church has been portion this African- American village given 1865. This year outlines a congregation’s 150th anniversary and skeleton are underway for a refuge and restoration. Volunteers will share some of this abounding story and a surrounding communities, including photos from a past that simulate a story of Churchton, Shady Side, and beyond. Learn about a story of a Beneficial Burial Society; perspective a 100-year-old coverlet and other chronological artifacts from of this ancestral church and cemetery. You competence find YOUR forerunner enclosed in one of a exhibits or documents! Free, 1:00-4:00 p.m.


Galesville Community Center with a West/Rhode Riverkeeper and Anne Arundel County Cultural Resources Division.
Come and EXPERIENCE firsthand a replacement routine of a 19th-century farmhouse; take a transport behind in time with an archaeologist and DISCOVER what artifacts can tell us about a past; revisit with former Hot Sox ball organisation players and HEAR a opposite story about America’s Pastime. Schedule:

11-1pm Hot Sox Field during Wilson Park is OPEN to a public, 862 Galesville Road, Galesville. Wilson Park is a NEW Anne Arundel County Park that is home to a Wilson House and a Hot Sox Field. Specific activities include:

  • Archaeology and History tours of a Wilson House and a adjacent Hot Sox Field
  • Preservation in Progress: A news on a replacement of a Wilson House
  • Take a Selfie with an Archaeologist! #MDSelfie
  • West/Rhode Riverkeeper’s Hot Sox Field Clean-Up! Meet during home image during ancestral Hot Sox Field during 11:00 a.m. to assistance a West/Rhode Riverkeeper staff purify spawn and rabble from a woods along a corner of a park. Work gloves provided, wear suitable clothing-rubber boots are recommended. The organisation will follow a new route from a margin to a Galesville Community Center for a loyalty of a route during 1:30.

1-4pm Galesville Community Center, 916 West Benning Road, Galesville.

  • 1:30 Opening and loyalty of a NEW wayfaring trail. Come, be one of a initial to dauntless a trail that connects Community Center and a SOON TO BE RESTORED Henry Wilson House!
  • 2:00 Hot Sox Quilt phenomenon and “Meet and Greet” with former Hot Sox Players
  • Ongoing Activities: Archaeology Interactive artifact exhibit; Preview of Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America – A roving vaunt entrance to a Galesville Community Center in Jul 2015.


Galesville Heritage Museum, 988 Main Street, Galesville.
No vessel is some-more closely compared with sailing on a West River than a Chesapeake 20, designed by Captain Dick Hartge of Galesville. Visit a Galesville Heritage Museum and learn about a design, history, and allure of a mythological Chesapeake 20. Original Chesapeake 20’s, as good as their precursor, Sea Witch, will be on display. Twenty owners will be on palm to plead a fun of sailing and racing 20’s as good as to answer your questions. Games and activities for children are planned. Free, 12:30-5:00 p.m.


Hammond Harwood House, 19 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis.
Family tours focusing on receptive ways to deliver your children into a museum’s collection. The special Maryland Day tours are fun and interactive, focusing on creation connectors between people’s possess lives and collections in a museum’s duration rooms. After a debate there will be children’s activities and a dress-up activity in a gardens. Tours during 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 p.m. Tours singular to 20 people. Pre-registration required, greatfully call 410-263-4683×12. $1.00 per person, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis Museum Store, 99 Main Street, Annapolis.
Visitors will see and hear a story of insurgency to labour and labour in a Chesapeake region. The interactive vaunt takes visitors from a Colonial Period by a Civil War. Historic Annapolis vaunt guides will lead visitors by hands-on activities and suspicion inspiring debates on freedom. Free, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Historic Annapolis’s Hogshead Living History Center, 43 Pinkney Street, Annapolis.
Experience a operative category life of 18th century Annapolis. Historic interpreters will describe a labor complete and formidable lives of a reduce category operative organisation and women of Annapolis during a 18th century. Experience hands-on activities and hear tales of transport to a western frontier-you competence be astounded how tighten it was! Last opening time into Hogshead will be 3:45 p.m. Free, noon to 4:00 p.m.


Historic London Town and Gardens, 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater.
Picture yourself in colonial London Town! We’ll have copiousness of selfie opportunities as we try a wooded gardens and douse yourself in a lives of Maryland colonists. Try your palm during activities that were essential to daily life 300 years ago and plead about a past with costumed interpreters. $1.00 per person, noon to 4:30 p.m.


Maryland Hall for a Creative Arts, 801 Chase Street, Annapolis.
“ArtFest”: Explore all that Maryland Hall has to offer during a annual Open House on Sunday! From performances to art demonstrations, hands-on projects to gallery events, this FREE eventuality will be an sparkling afternoon full of fun and creativity for children and adults. Free, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


Mitchell Gallery during St. John’s College, 60 College Avenue, Mellon Hall, Annapolis.
The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery, founded in 1989, is located on a ancestral St. John’s College campus. The gallery’s stream exhibition, “An Ear for Music, An Eye for Art: Selections from a Ahmet Ertegün Collection,” facilities paintings collected by a St. John’s alumnus who founded of one of a vital record companies of a 20th century. Come and learn some-more about this idealist entrepreneur. The Mitchell Gallery is a nationally accredited museum and offers educational programs for all ages: lectures, gallery talks, seminar, a Junior Member’s program, and tours for propagandize and other groups. Free, noon to 5:00 p.m.


St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Church Circle, downtown Annapolis.
Standing prominently in Church Circle, St. Anne’s is a obvious ancestral landmark in Annapolis. People have worshipped here given 1692, and a stream church structure dates to 1858. Three signers of a Declaration of Independence; Samuel Chase, William Paca, and Thomas Stone were churchman here along with a author of a inhabitant anthem, Francis Scott Key. Trained Docents will be on palm for tours of both a church interior and a churchyard from 1-3 any day. Free to a public. ALL ARE WELCOME!


U.S. Naval Academy Visitor Center, Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center, 52 King George Street, (inside Gate 1, Randall Street), Annapolis, MD.
Visitor Center Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tour Times: Sunday noon-3:00 p.m. ADMISSION: $1.00 when presenting a printed banking from a Visitor Center webpage at
http://www.usnabsd.com/for-visitors. Or, uncover a banking on a intelligent phone. (Must have banking to accept special deal). Please ask an information dilettante for a giveaway pamphlet on John Paul Jones, a Revolutionary War naval favourite buried during a Academy. You can see his sarcophagus and exhibits on his life in a shrine underneath a categorical Chapel on a guided walking tour. Redeem your debate banking and your debate tab will be hammered with an anchor that entitles we to 20% off one object in a Visitor Center Gift Shop.


Wimsey Cove Framing Art, 3141 Solomon’s Island Road (Rt. 2), Edgewater.
Visitors to Wimsey Cove on Maryland Day weekend will be given a giveaway leaflet, A Guide to Historic Maps of a Four Rivers Heritage Area and be means to peruse and squeeze high peculiarity reproductions of a internal ancestral maps. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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