Captain Avery Museum
Captain Avery Museum
FOUNDED BY THE SHADY SIDE RURAL HERITAGE SOCIETY IN 1984
MUSEUM OPEN HOURS

Sundays 1-4:00 PM
April 1-November 30
(except major holiday weekends)

Coming Events
January 18, 2017
Winter Luncheon
17th Century Ships

January 21, 2017
Taste of the Yucatan

January 25, 2017
Winter Luncheon
Wild Women of Maryland

February 1, 2017
Winter Luncheon
ELF - America's oldest active racing yacht

February 8, 2017
Winter Luncheon
What did early colonists eat?

February 15, 2017
Winter Luncheon
Archaeology of the Belvoir Plantation Slave Quarter

February 22, 2017
Winter Luncheon
Voyage To A Thousand Cares and USS Constellation

Calendar of Events
2013 WINTER LUNCHEON SERIES

The Winter Luncheon Series will begin January 16 and will continue on Wednesdays until February 20.

In the event of inclement weather, the luncheon will be cancelled if the Anne Arundel County Schools announce the schools closure for the day. If school openings are only delayed, the luncheon will be held at the regularly scheduled time.
2009 Calendar of Events

Reservations are required for all events, except where noted: 410-867-4486

2017


Wednesday January 18 - 17th Century Ships
with Andy Shaw, shipwright
Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -
17th Century Ships in a World Gone Modern

Saturday January 21 - Taste of the Yucatan
Time: noneAdmission:
Spend a week in Mexico at a luxurious, magnificently restored 17th century hacienda. Guided tours are interspersed with Mayan cooking classes and/or lounging in a hammock.

This event is sold out. If you have made a deposit, you can make your final payment here


Wednesday January 25 - Wild Women of Maryland
with Lauren Silberman, author
Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -
Wild Women of Maryland: Grit and Gumption in the Free State

Wednesday February 1 - ELF - America's oldest active racing yacht
with Capt. Rick Carrion, President, Classic Yacht Restoration Guild
Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -
ELF - America's oldest active racing yacht - Then and Now

Wednesday February 8 - What did early colonists eat?
with Dory Gean Cunningham, Colonial Foods Historian
Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -
What did early colonists in the Chesapeake region eat and where did they get their food?

Wednesday February 15 - Archaeology of the Belvoir Plantation Slave Quarter
with Julie Schablitsky, PhD, Chief Archaeologist,
Department of Transportation, Maryland State Highway Administration

Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -

Wednesday February 22 - Voyage To A Thousand Cares and USS Constellation
with C. Herbert Gulliland PhD, author
Time: 11:30 A.M. Admission: Members -
Voyage To A Thousand Cares: Masterís Mate Lawrence with the African Squadron, 1844-1846 and USS Constellation on the Dismal Coast: Willie Leonard's Journal 1859-1861