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FREE Gift – Book for all Moms! Happy Mother’s Day!!

FREE Gift – Book for all Moms! Happy Mother’s Day!!

| May 12, 2019, 04:00 AM

Top experts share their wisdom and best strategies to help moms when they need it most. I am honored to be one of the experts in the book and share how you can overcome trauma. The book, “What Every Mom Needs to Know” launches on Mother’s Day, May 12, 2019! Want the book for FREE? […]

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Book Club: The Left Hand of Darkness

Book Club: The Left Hand of Darkness

| March 25, 2019, 10:00 PM

We’ll be hosting our second Book Club meeting on 3.25.19 at the brewery. The event is open to all. We’ll have a list of detailed events for the event as we get closer, just know that you don’t want to miss this get together. Stop by the Queen Anne’s County Library and pick up your […]

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Adult Easter egg hunt scheduled for Truxtun Park

Adult Easter egg hunt scheduled for Truxtun Park

| March 08, 2016, 01:31 PM | 0 Comments

Annapolis Recreation and Parks will host its annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt at Night on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 8 p.m. Hundreds of eggs filled with “eggcellent prizes”, including golden eggs worth $50, will be hidden in Truxtun Park. Participants should bring a basket and flashlight. The egg hunt will be held outside of […]

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Jazz at AACC

Jazz at AACC

| March 01, 2016, 01:38 PM | 0 Comments

Anne Arundel Community College is bringing three renowned jazz musicians to campus this spring for clinics and concerts as part of its World-Class Jazz Series.  Vocalist Jeanne Gies and guitarist Jack Wilkins are featured Saturday, March 5. Pianist Jerry Ascione is the featured performer on Saturday, April 16.  The clinics are free and open to […]

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Mitchell Gallery exhibition illuminates the art of photography

Mitchell Gallery exhibition illuminates the art of photography

| January 09, 2016, 11:34 AM | 0 Comments

Photography’s evolution as an art form has been influenced by countless individuals, thematic styles, and chemical processes. Initially, photography was used largely to document what surrounded or intrigued the public eye. As more individuals began using cameras, the idea grew that photography could be a form of art in addition to a form of documentation. Pictorial […]

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Sustainafest’s tiny house project moves to Indian Creek School

Sustainafest’s tiny house project moves to Indian Creek School

| June 22, 2015, 04:42 PM | 0 Comments

Beginning June 15, 2015, 30+ middle school students, along with partner, Sustainafest embarked on an exploration of sustainable living and build an off-grid, mobile SustainaFest “tiny house” model. This 5-week program is the second project of its kind for the Annapolis-based non-profit, building upon the overwhelming success of last year’s tiny house project in Annapolis […]

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All Good Music Festival returns to West Virginia with CAKE

All Good Music Festival returns to West Virginia with CAKE

| June 01, 2015, 11:28 AM | 0 Comments

The 18th annual All Good Music Festival & Campout returns to ‘Wild and Wonderful’ West Virginia. Offering fans the combination of music festival isolation at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains along with convenient access from the entire mid-Atlantic region, the venue Berry Hill Farm is located in Summit Point, WV, only 90 minutes from […]

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Frances Townley Chase’s 1815 Federal Era Tea Party at Hammond-Harwood House

Frances Townley Chase’s 1815 Federal Era Tea Party at Hammond-Harwood House

| April 21, 2015, 11:26 AM | 0 Comments

Join the Hammond-Harwood House Museum for a pre-Mothers Day tea. In the year 1815 Americans were forming their own identity,  carving out new traditions including drinking new teas. Tea was an important status symbol during the Federal Era. Visitors will have the opportunity to tour the museum, learn about the Chase-Loockerman family who lived here in […]

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Adult Easter egg hunt scheduled for Truxtun Park

Adult Easter egg hunt scheduled for Truxtun Park

| March 24, 2015, 06:49 PM | 0 Comments

Annapolis Recreation and Parks will host its annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt at Night on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8 p.m. Hundreds of eggs filled with “eggcellent prizes”, including golden eggs worth $50, will be hidden in Truxtun Park. Participants should bring a basket and flashlight. The egg hunt will be held outside of […]

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Rock Toews Wants Your Bad Books

Rock Toews Wants Your Bad Books

| April 01, 2013, 02:53 PM | 0 Comments

Back Creek Books MainStreets Annapolis Partnership Business of the Week Rock Toews bucked the trends when he took his on-line e-tail book business to a brick-and-mortar book store and made that counter-intuitive transition successful. Now, with his West Street shop filled with good books, including rare and collectible tomes worth thousands, he’s now hoping that […]

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