July 15, 2024
Annapolis, US 78 F

Annapolis Maritime Museum lecture series announced

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ammAnnapolis Maritime Museum has announced their 2016 Winter Lecture Series which will be held on  Thursdays, at  7pm at the museum.  The first lecture will be January 14th and they will be held weekly through March 3rd.

For ticket and registration information: visit www.amaritime.org

Lectures are $10; free for AMM Members First Mate and above ($100 level) 

  • 1/14 Celebrating Sailing. Gary Jobson, World Class Sailor, TV Commentator, and Author, Inducted in National Sailing Hall of Fame 
  • 1/21 “So Ends This Day”: The Life and Times of the USS Monitor from 1961 to Today. Dr. Anna Holloway, Maritime Historian, National Park Service
  • 1/28 Tagging Blue Catfish: Following an Invasive Species and its impact on Chesapeake Bay Life, Dr. Mary Fabrizio, Professor, Fisheries Science Department, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
  • 2/4 Sailmaking: The Art and Science Over the Past 20 Years. Jonathan Bartlett and William Keyworth, Sales Consultants, North Sails
  • 2/11 War in the Chesapeake: The British Campaigns to Control the Bay, 1813-14. Dr. Charles Neimeyer, Professor U.S. Naval Academy and the University of Central Oklahoma
  • 2/18 Chesapeake Ferries: Bridging a Watery Divide. Pete Lesher, Chief Curator, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
  • 2/25 The Sinking of the RMS Lusitania: Putting Faces to the Tragedy. Dr. William Cogar, Executive Director, Historic Naval Ships Association
  • 3/3 The Return of the Osprey: A Symbol of the Chesapeake Bay. Dr. Judy Wink, Executive Director, Chesapeake Bay Environment Center

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