Birds, Boats, and Root Beer Floats at the Annapolis Maritime Museum

| May 16, 2017
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This Sunday on May 21, 2017, from noon to 2 p.m. the Annapolis Maritime Museum will host a family day at the beachside McNasby’s campus.  As the weather warms, families can get up close and personal with the birds and boats of the Bay and enjoy a sweet treat to beat the heat.

Featured activities includes:

  • Scales and Tales Birds of Prey presentation by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources
  • Boat tours from the U.S. Coast Guard and Annapolis City Fire Boat
  • Story time featuring the authors of “Connor the Courageous Cutter” book.

The Museum’s education team has also designed several interactive stations:

  • BOAT BUILDING          Design a boat and compete to win the boat building challenge.
  • CRAFTS                        Learn to write in code and seal a secret message in a bottle.
  • BIRD WATCHING Grab binoculars and guide to explore and identify Back Creek’s bird population.
  • COMPASS SKILLS Learn how to use a compass and test skills navigating the Museum.
  • BIRD BEAKS                 Use tools to discover how birds are adapted to their specific environment.

In between activities, families can visit the make-your-own root beer float station.

The event is free for Museum members and $5 per child for non-members. Attendees are asked to please register each child who will attend online at https://www.amaritime.org/education/youth-family-programs.

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