2017 Winter Luncheon Lecture Series
|January 18||Andy Shaw, Shipwright, 17th Century Ships in a World Gone Modern|
|January 25||Lauren Silberman, Author, Wild Women of Maryland: Grit and Gumption in the Free State|
|February 1||Capt. Rick Carrion, President, Classic Yacht Restoration Guild, ELF – America’s Oldest Racing Yacht – Then and Now|
|February 8||Dory Gean Cunningham, Colonial Foods Historian, What Did Early Colonists in the Chesapeake Region Eat and Where Did They get Their Food?|
|February 15||Julie Schablitsky, PhD, Chief Archaeologist, Dept. of Transportation, Maryland Highway Administration, Archaelogy of the Belvoir Plantation Slave Quarter|
|February 22||C. Herbert Gulliland, PhD, author, Voyage To A Thousand Cares: Master’s Mate Lawrence with the African Squadron, 1844-1846 and USS Constellation on the
Dismal Coast: Willie Leonard’s Journal 1859-1861|
In the event of snow:
We will adhere to the Anne Arundel County school cancellations. If school is cancelled for the day, so is the luncheon. If schools are delayed, the luncheon will take place as planned.
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Although many Choose It opportunities were purchased at the Oyster Festival, some options still remain. You can make your purchase online.
All items are donated; the proceeds directly support the Museum. Below are a few:
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- Dining options
- Dog Herding Demonstration
- House In Maine
- Landscape Design
- AND MORE.
Harvesters of Light
Art Show and Sale by Muddy Creek Artists Guild
Opening Saturday, September 24 at 10 am
with Opening Reception 1-4 pm
- Sunday, September 25 from 1-4 pm
- Saturday, October 1 from 10 am - 4 pm
- Sunday, October 2 from 1-4 pm
- Sunday, October 16 from 12:30-5 pm
Painters and photographers (and some 3-D artists too)
will display their work in the Museum's Great Room Gallery.
Muddy Creek artists will be on hand with demonstrations and hands-on activities on
September 24-25 and October 1-2.