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Thursday, February 2

The Great Maryland Recipe Hunt Round Up

2:00 PM
Hammond-Harwood House Museum and the Maryland State Archives are co-hosting a project to collect and preserve Maryland’s diverse food traditions. Do you want to learn more about the Hunt and how you can participate? Join Food Historian …

Winter Lecture- Annapolis: 1942

7:00 PM
• Annapolis sailor, historian, and author David Gendall has conducted extensive research into this period of local history. His presentation includes of variety of first-hand accounts, unique images, and original maps to talk about World War II …

Sunday, February 5

Secrets of the Three Clocks

3:00 PM
Join us on February 5th with a demonstration with horologist Stephen Sieracki, the “Dysfunctional Clock Therapist,”. Watch as he explains some mysteries of three of our 18th and early 19th century clocks. See the clocks up close and learn about …

Thursday, February 9

American Red Cross Blood Drive

12:00 PM
Power Red: A Power Red donation collects the red cells but returns most of the plasma and platelets to the donor. These donors must meet specific eligibility requirements and have type A Neg, B …

Winter Lecture- Pirates of the Chesapeake Bay: The Oyster Wars

7:00 PM
• It has been over 150 years since the establishment of Maryland’s “Oyster Navy.” Goodall’s talk will focus specifically on the Oyster Wars, which began in the 1830s and lasted until 1959 with the death of Berkeley Muse.

Thursday, February 16

Winter Lecture- A Cartoonist at Sea: Two Years of Sailing the World through Photographs and Cartoons

7:00 PM
• For over twenty years, Jim Toomey has been bringing the sea into the homes of millions of newspaper readers through his comic strip Sherman’s Lagoon. Jim will discuss what inspired him to draw a comic strip set under the sea, and with a …

Thursday, February 23

Winter Lecture- Deadly Gamble: The Wreck of the Levin J. Marvel

7:00 PM
• The 128’ schooner Levin J. Marvel foundered in Herring Bay in southern Anne Arundel County on August 12, 1955. The captain was returning to Annapolis from an Eastern Shore cruise with 23 passengers and 4 crew aboard when he encountered the …

Saturday, February 25

Workshop: Resources & Strategies for Children's Music

10:00 AM
Sponsored by the Annapolis Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, this workshop will cover resources (and how to adapt them for local circumstances) practical tips on starting and maintaining a children's choir, and a discussion of ways to …

Thursday, March 2

Winter Lecture- Sea Turtles and their Hunters in the Caribbean: Lessons on Sustainability from the Cayman Islands to Chesapeake Bay

7:00 PM
• In this lecture, participants will learn why the Caribbean turtle fishery ended and how efforts to save turtles reveal important lessons about sustainability for other waterscapes, including the Chesapeake Bay.

Sunday, March 5

Designer Purse Bingo featuring Coach, Kate Spade, and Kors

1:00 PM
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and games begin at 1:00 p.m. 20 games for purses. Special games are $2 each or 3 for $5. 50/50 fill the card for cash for the last game. 50/50 raffle, pull tabs, number …

Saturday, March 11

Choir Retreat & Festival

1:00 PM
The Adult Choirs of St. Margaret’s Church & St. Peter’s Church, Lewes, DE Jim Douglas & T.J. Thomas, directors Saturday, March 11, 2023 & Sunday, March 12, 2023 Open Rehearsal and Presentation Saturday afternoon 3/11 …

Saturday, March 18

Oyster Roast and Sock Burning

12:00 PM
Join the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park for the 11th Annual Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning on Saturday, March 18, 2023. Come celebrate the spring equinox and the beginning of boating season by burning those old, worn-out, smelly socks!! …