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Tag: Lecture

The Chesapeake Table: Eating Local for the Bay

The Chesapeake Table: Eating Local for the Bay

| February 20, 2020, 07:00 PM

Annapolis Maritime Museum Winter Lecture Series Examine the powerful effect of the local Chesapeake Bay food economy and the value of building a local food system Practical advice for adopting a locavore diet, from shopping at your local farmer’s market to joining a community supported agriculture share. Recipes for those curious about how they can […]

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Smoke by Day, Fire by Night: A History of Lighthouses including those of the Chesapeake Bay

Smoke by Day, Fire by Night: A History of Lighthouses including those of the Chesapeake Bay

| February 13, 2020, 07:00 PM

Annapolis Maritime Museum Winter Lecture Series Covers the history of lighthouses from the Ancient Egypt to modern automated beacons Illustrate their construction, technological development and cultural significance Examples include many Chesapeake Bay lighthouses as well as Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, a National Historic Landmark Presenter: Ralph Eshelman | Historian and Author of several successful National […]

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Historic Annapolis Winter Lecture Series

Historic Annapolis Winter Lecture Series

| January 15, 2020, 10:30 AM

Historic Annapolis presents the 2020 Winter Lecture Series, featuring a variety of topics over an 8-part series. The lectures will be held at O’Brien’s Oyster Bar and Seafood Tavern on Main Street. An all-inclusive meal option is offered with several lectures to help you enjoy a truly enlightening experience. January 15 Lecture: A Brief Outline […]

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Antebellum Women’s Views of That “Peculiar Institution”: Thoughts on Slavery in their Diaries and Letters

Antebellum Women’s Views of That “Peculiar Institution”: Thoughts on Slavery in their Diaries and Letters

| October 03, 2018, 04:00 PM

Caught between slave-owning husbands who held dominion over their lives and the enslaved individuals who worked with them closely to manage a household, what did the women of the period before the Civil War think about their roles? As women, were they free to speak and act according to their conscience? Some wept with misery, […]

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“Sail Away” while learning the history of the Chesapeake Bay aboard the 74-foot Schooner Woodwind

“Sail Away” while learning the history of the Chesapeake Bay aboard the 74-foot Schooner Woodwind

| July 16, 2018, 10:30 PM

Pirates of the Chesapeake Bay by Heather Ersts. Pirates have plied the waters of the Chesapeake Bay for hundreds of years and still do today. Hear tales of Black Beard, the town dubbed the “Nest of Pirates,” and today’s modern pirates as you sail along the same waterways they have sailed. Heather Ersts is a […]

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SJC Mitchell Gallery Curator’s Lecture

SJC Mitchell Gallery Curator’s Lecture

| November 15, 2017, 10:30 PM

Curator’s Lecture: Norman Barker, Professor of Pathology and Art as Applied to Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, will discuss the “Hidden Beauty” exhibition, on view from October 26 – Decmber 10, at 5:30 p.m. in the Conversation Room, across from the Mitchell Gallery.

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SERC evening lecture series

SERC evening lecture series

| April 11, 2014, 09:18 PM | 0 Comments

The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) will be starting their lecture series on April 15th! The free events will be held  on the third Tuesday of every month through November.  One of their ecologists will discuss their research—the Bay, climate change or something unexpected. There will be time for Q&A afterwards. The link to the […]

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Battle Of 1812 Lectures Scheduled

Battle Of 1812 Lectures Scheduled

| May 11, 2013, 11:07 AM | 0 Comments

Scott Harmon, former director of the U.S. Naval Academy Museum, will give a lecture titled “Fresh Water Fleets: The Critical Naval Battles of the War of 1812” at St. John’s College. The event, which is part of the Maryland History Lecture series, will be held on Tuesday, May 14 at 8 p.m. The Maryland History […]

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