Maryland Day

Events 2020

March 20th, 21st & 22nd 

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE 

Special message from Anne Arundel County Parks and Recreation

ALL AA County Parks are open for FREE during this difficult time.

PLEASE USE COMMON SENSE AND PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF YOU ARE SICK THANK YOU

Maryland Day Weekend is a celebration of the rich history and heritage of Maryland. It is sponsored in part by the Four Rivers Heritage Area.

Whether you are out for a hike or visiting Annapolis for the first time, you'll want to check out the events on tap for this years' Maryland Day Weekend. With over 20 partners sites, all FREE or $1

You will find all kinds of things to do all over Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County.

Anne Arundel County Dept.of Recreation & Parks 

regional parks open free until further notice

https://www.aacounty.org/departments/recreation-parks/

ALL THE FOLLOWING EVENTS ARE CANCELLED BUT FOR AA COUNTY PARKS

Music

Sunday at Maryland Hall - 4pm Main Auditorium 801 Chase Street

The Naval Academy Band will perform at ArtFest. Lieutenant Commander Patrick K. Sweeten will lead the band in a varied and exciting program of music for chamber winds and concert band. Highlights include works by Aaron Copland, Paul Hindemith, and John Phillip Sousa. Musician First Class Dan Coffman will perform Concerto for Trombone and Military Band by Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov as featured soloist. See Sunday listing.

Saturday - Sunset Park Elementary School Choir at Four River's Heritage Area Flag Raising event at10am at Susan Campbell Park at City Dock see Saturday's page for a full event description.

Jazz in the afternoon at Old Fox Books  from 2 - 4pm Saturday see Saturday's events page.

35 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis 

African American History___________________

African- American History Walking Tour

Susan Campbell Park, Annapolis City Dock

Saturday

1-2 pm

$1

Janice Hayes- Williams presents the history associated with: the Kunta Kinte- Alex Haley Memorial, Middletons Tavern, Market House, Chase Lloyd House,the Maryland State House where statues of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass have recently been placed, and the "Bertina Nick Historic Classroom" at the Stanton Center.

Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center

1101 Smithville Street, Annapolis

Free

Saturday

1-3pm 

PH#  410-263-1860

Experience 'Our Legacy of Greatness' with speaker Pam Sherbia and Silent PRAZE Mime Ministry youth group from Mt. Olive Baptist Church.

https://whbateslegacycenter.org/

Brewer Hill Cemetery

800 West Street

Annapolis, MD

$1 

Saturday and Sunday

11am - 3pm hourly tours - weather permitting

PH# 443-433-8167

Guided Tours of Brewer Hill Cemetery 11am - 4pm Hour long tours on the hour

Explore a historic cemetery with more than 7,000 people interred, include many former slaves, freemen, clergy, aldermen, doctors, lawyers, Naval Academy workers, Civil War soldiers and many people who fell victim to lynching. Many significant African Americans who built local communities as well as many Masonic Lodge members from the former Universal Lodge 14 located at 64 Clay Street. There are also some unknown people such as Mary Naylor, who was accused of poisoning her master and was hung in 1861.

Partnering with Coalition to Protect Maryland Burial Sites, demonstrations will be given on how to properly clean tombstones and map the cemetery. Historic interpretations will be included in the day long event. Bring any old funeral programs or bible pages from your family history. We encourage everyone to join us. You'd be surprised who's interred at the cemetery - people from all ethnic backgrounds.

https://historybrewerhill.wixsite.com/1884

Volunteer opportunity at Brewer Hill Cemetery  10 am - 4pm

Help BHC staff locate, map and photograph one of the oldest African American cemeteries in the United States. All materials are provided but please bring blankets or chairs and use your cell phones to photograph the tombstones.

A boxed lunch will be provided to the first 12 volunteers. Register on BHC webpage below or here at www.brewerhill@gmail.com (subject line Volunteer Transcriber for Maryland Day)

Donations are accepted

https://www.facebook.com/events/843516696090262/

Banneker Douglass Museum  

84 Franklin Street, Annapolis

Free 

Friday & Saturday

10am-4pm 

PH#410-216-6180
The Banneker-Douglass Museum serves to document, interpret and promote African-American history and culture through exhibits, projects and programs to improve understanding and appreciation of Americas’ rich cultural diversity. It is located in the heart of historic Annapolis at the former Mt. Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church c.1875

It is the State of Maryland's official museum for African American history and culture.

Enjoy exhibits of Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass as well as many other noteworthy African Americans.

The Black Vote - Come explore the intersection of public art, Black voices, and civil rights with sixteen murals that transform the interior galleries of the Banneker-Douglass Museum. Painted by regional artists, these murals interpret the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) 2020 theme: African Americans and the Vote. 

https://bdmuseum.maryland.gov/

Galesville Community Center

916 West Benning Road 

Galesville MD 20765

1pm - 4pm

410-703-0610

Celebration! The public is invited to participate in a conversation engaging event centered on culinary traditions and 'food ways' of the African American community both past and present. The recently launched "African American Voices, Memories and Places:A Four Rivers Heritage Trail" revealed a persistent theme across many tour stops and oral history interviews:Food!MRS. Crowner's Lunch Room Revisited: Not just a Restaurant but a Communities' Heart and Soul: The Galesville Community Center (GCCO) will be transformed into now demolished "Mrs. Crowner's Lunch Room" (aka the Cook Shop.) Long-time residents and scholars will join several of Crowner's descendants to lead a discussion about the legacy and traditions of the meals once served at the "Cook Shop". Sample the meals that were served by Mrs. Margaret Crowner in the 1940's and will be recreated and served to participants by members of the GCCO. Participants will also be encouraged to read Michael Twitty's book 'The Cooking Gene" in advance, and key themes from the book will provide conversation starters for facilitated group discussions.

Jailhouse Antique Shop, formerly the only jail in the South County area and was built around1937. It later became Ellen's Beauty Corner and then Harvey's Barbershop. The beauty shop was the first African American licensed hair salon in southern Anne Arundel County. GCCO has partnered with the new owner and will conduct tours during the 2020 Maryland Day celebration on Sunday afternoon.

http://www.historicgalesville.org/

Kunta Kinta- Alex Haley Memorial Randall Street and Compromise Street, Annapolis

Visit the site of Kunta Kinte’s arrival from Gambia and take in the messages from the Story Wall featuring quotes from Roots: The Saga of an American Family.

https://www.annapolis.gov/584/Kunta-Kinte-Alex-Haley-Memorial

Annapolis Green

Homestead Gardens

743 W. Central Avenue Davidsonville 

Free -

Saturday, March 21

9 am -6pm PH#410-798-7000

Davidsonville Green Expo presented by the Davidsonville Area Civic Association - 

40 exhibitors offer information, education and demonstrations on environmentally friendly products, sustainable lifestyle, lawn and garden techniques, agricultural practices, energy use, water conservation and preservation, recycling, land use and conservation. At the expo you will find all you need to live a sustainable life, protect and preserve our environment, waterways and our Chesapeake Bay.

In keeping with the theme, DACA is partnering with Annapolis Green to make Expo a ‘Zero Waste’ event.

https://homesteadgardens.com/ 

 

Sunday,March 22nd, 2020

Maryland Day Festival on Market Space

Downtown Annapolis - Market Space

Free

Sunday

11am - 5pm

Enjoy local foods including oysters,crab cakes, and more. Plus Maryland craft beers and live local bands all afternoon.

Goshen Farm Preservation Society presents Historic Goshen Farm House

1420 Cape St. Claire Road, Annapolis 21409

Free

Saturday 

10am - 4pm tours on the hour

3pm  Historical marker ceremony

PH# 443-994-5743

Explore this 18th century farmhouse and gardens located in Cape St. Claire. Historic Goshen Farm House is located on 22 acres of wooded land and has several outbuildings as well as a 'sharing' garden, a pollinator garden, monarch waystation and Henson- Hall Slave garden. There is a self- guided walking trail and in addition to the sharing garden, hoop house (green house) that will be open to visitors on Maryland Day Weekend 2020. At 3pm there will be a ceremony unveiling the first of nine "County Roadside Historic markers." 

Donations welcomed to help preserve and restore the site as well as an education center.

https://goshenfarm.org/

Anne Arundel Retired School Personnel Association (AARSPA) presents the

Annearrundell County Free School Museum

1298 Lavall Drive, Davidsonville MD 

Free

Sunday

1pm - 4pm

PH# 410-268-8656

Meet a Schoolmaster and a Schoolmarm and explore the history of education. See examples of learning tools in this charming one- room schoolhouse that is likely the only surviving structure of the Maryland Free School Act of 1723. Younger guests will particularly enjoy the toys of the colonial era. Also on display are several artifacts unearthed during an archeological dig in 1979. 

To schedule a school or group tour please contact Karlie Everett at 410-268-8656 or karlieeverett@verizon.net

*Note the museum has an open house the second Saturday and second Sunday of April, May, June, July & August.

http://www.aarspa.org/public_html/Annearrundell%20County%20Free%20School%20Museum.html

United States Naval Academy Visitor Center

52 King George Street

Annapolis, MD

Free

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

9am - 5pm

Join our Maryland Residence Frequent Tour Program!

Present your Maryland driver's license for your first tour with us. You will be given a MD membership card. Every time you return with one or more guests your tour will be free! While you are visiting explore our FREE exhibit hall and watch our film in the Visitor Center.

*Government issued ID required for all visitors 18 years of age and older

https://www.usnabsd.com/for-visitors/

Maryland Day Flag-Raising Ceremony 

Susan Campbell Park-City Dock Annapolis   

SATURDAY 10am   

Free
Four Rivers Heritage Area and partners present a spirit-lifting flag raising ceremony! Join Town Crier Fred Taylor, the choir from Sunset Park Elementary School, and the award-winning USNA League Cadets of the Training Ship Mercedes for this annual event. It’s the perfect place to start your day, before joining a tour or visiting a historic site!

https://fourriversheritage.org/

Fun for Children_____________

Chesapeake Children's Museum

25 Silopanna Road Annapolis, MD 

$1per person ages 1 and up

Saturday

10am - 4pm

PH# 410-990-1993

Your children will enjoy playing in the museum's Chesapeake Bay themed room. There are animals and hands-on exhibits for all ages. There is also a theater with a dress up wardrobe, dentists office, Colombian market, play-kitchen and an art table. 

Hispanic Folk Tales In Spanish and English

3pm FREE with admission

Take a trip to a place where animals talk. Experience the interactive theater where the audience takes part in acting out the story of 'The Great Big Jicama', 'Who's in Rabbit's House' and 'the Lizard in the Sun'.

http://www.theccm.org/

Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park - Education Center

7300 Edgewood Road - at the Back Creek Campus

Annapolis, MD 21403

Friday and Saturday 

11 am - 3 Free

PH# 410 -295 -0104

Discover local pirate lore as you join the Education Staff at the Annapolis Maritime Museum and Park's Back Creek campus for an afternoon of adventure. We will learn about local pirates as we conquer pirate challenges such as building boats, knot tying, decoding signal flags and more. Activities are free and for all ages!

https://amaritime.org/

Watermark CruisesAnnapolis Harbor and USNA Cruise

Annapolis City Dock, 1 Dock Street

Saturday & Sunday

11am- 6pm 

PH# 410-268-7600

Children cruise free with paying adult - no reservations required - boat boards 15 minutes before the hour

Join Watermark Cruises for their opening weekend and enjoy a 40 minute cruise exploring Annapolis Harbor and the US Naval Academy on the Harbor Queen! See the full schedule on the link below.

https://cruisesonthebay.com/

On The Water_______________

Pride of Baltimore ll 

1 Dock Street Annapolis  

Friday afternoon hours tba, Saturday and Sunday PH#410-539-1151

Free
Maryland’s renowned tall ship, Pride of Baltimore II, is scheduled to arrive Friday afternoon at City Dock. Walk across the gangway to explore history and learn about privateers, Baltimore Clippers and Pride II. Tours are open to guests of all ages. (Unfortunately, Pride II is not handicapped accessible.)
See daily event schedule for specific hours.

http://pride2.org/

Watermark CruisesAnnapolis Harbor and USNA Cruise

Annapolis City Dock, 1 Dock Street

Saturday & Sunday

11am- 6pm 

PH# 410-268-7600

Children cruise free with paying adult - no reservations required - boat boards 15 minutes before the hour

Join Watermark Cruises for their opening weekend and enjoy a 40 minute cruise exploring Annapolis Harbor and the US Naval Academy on the Harbor Queen! See the full schedule on the link below.

https://cruisesonthebay.com/

Women's History Events

Anne Arundel County Public Library

Eastport-Annapolis Neck Community Library 

269 Hillsmere Dr. Annapolis   

Saturday 2pm  

Free
PH# 410-222-1770

'Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Equality for All!', a Living History Performance of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Join award-winning actress and Smithsonian scholar, Mary Ann Jung as she takes us on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's journey as a champion for Women's Rights; even while married with seven children, Stanton was a speech writer for Susan B. Anthony, fought for and won property rights for married women, as well as equal guardianship for children.

https://www.aacpl.net/

Annapolis Tours by Watermark

Women of Achievement Walking Tour - departs from Susan Campbell Park at City Dock,

Flagpole at the  Dock Street

Free

10:00 am arrival & check-in - Tour 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

PH#410-268-7601 x 100.

Celebrate the100th Anniversary of the Women's Right to Vote and the "Year of the Woman" with the Women of Achievement Tour. Enjoy a leisurely stroll in Annapolis' historic district led by a period- dressed guide. Space is limited. Walk ups welcome - space permitting. Reserve your tour at https://annapolistours.com/ or cal 410-268-7601 x 100

https://annapolistours.com/event/annapolis-99-memorials-maryland-day-tour-2?eID=36615

Hiking and Biking - dog friendy mostly

Anne Arundel County Dept.of Recreation & Parks 

5 regional parks open free all weekend - Friday, Saturday and Sunday (6)

https://www.aacounty.org/departments/recreation-parks/

Downs Park

8322 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, MD 

7 am - dusk * Free

PH# 410-222-6230

This 236 acre park has 5 miles of trails, a fishing pier, a children's playground,2 basketball courts, kayak launching, and an amazing view of the Chesapeake Bay. The Downs Park Historical Society works hard to preserve the park's history.

Fort Smallwood Park

9500 Fort Smallwood Road

Pasadena, MD

410-222-0087

5:30 am - dusk 8 Free

Recreational amenities include the 380-foot Bill Burton Fishing Pier for fishing and birdwatching, a large accessible playground, historic gun battery and barracks from when the site was a coastal fort, plus walking trails, beaches, pond and volleyball courts.Fees apply for boat launching.

Kinder Farm Park

1001 Kinder Farm Park Road, Millersville, MD

7 am - dusk  Free

PH# 410-222-6115

Explore a restored farmhouse from 1925 with artifacts from the 1930's including a tobacco press, and harvesting tools. Live animals include: chickens, turkeys, geese, cows, pigs, goats, and sheep.There is also a large playground, tot- lot and walking trails.

 Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary

1361 Wrighton Road 

Lothian, MD 20771

9 am - 5pm Free

PH# 410-222-8006

The Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is located along the tidal Patuxent River in southern Anne Arundel County.It includes 1,500 acres of tidal freshwater wetlands, forests, meadows and fields. 

Quiet Waters Park

600 Quiet Waters Road

Annapolis, MD

7 am - dusk * Free

PH# 410-222-1777

The Quiet Waters Visitor Center’s three art galleries display art exhibitions of the best local and regional talents.The park's 340 acres include paved trails, public art, playground, picnic areas and water views of the South River. 

Sunday Exclusive Preview

Jack Creek Park

Jack Creek Park 1600 Snug Harbor Rd, Shady Side, MD 20764

PH# 410-222-7300

10 am to 2 pm Free

Experience how easy it is to get to the water at Jack Creek Park! Join The Public Water Access Committee, Department of Recreation and Parks and the Southern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon cutting ceremony and a first look at the new kayak launch, parking area and access road. Walk the trail to the water, see the first ospreys of spring and plan your summer paddling trips!

Crownsville

Scenic Rivers Land Trust - Guided History Hike

of the Bacon Ridge Natural Area

Hawkins Road just south of the 97 overpass in Crownsville MD

Saturday

10 am and 12pm

PH# 410-980-6837

Meet at Bacon Ridge Trailhead on Hawkins Road just south of the 97 overpass in Crownsville MD.

Hike times are:10 am -12pm and 1pm - 3pm Length 2- 4 miles

Get outside and enjoy your local woods! Join us as we explore the landscape for clues in the history-rich

Bacon Ridge Natural Area. Together we'll learn how humans and nature have interacted to make the landscape we see today, all while enjoying the beautiful 900+ acre protected forest.

*All ages are welcome but keep in mind it is an unpacked trail through the woods.

Dogs on leashes are welcome.

Contact Sarah Kneble at www.srlt.org or call 410-980-6837 to reserve your spot!

https://www.srlt.org/

Southern Anne Arundel County

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center 

647 Contees Wharf Road

Edgewater

Friday and Saturday

8:30am-4:30pm    

Free
443-482-2220
Hiking and Geocaching
Located on the Chesapeake Bay, the nation’s largest estuary, the SERC campus boasts 2,650-acres of forests, wetlands, marshes and 15 miles of protected shoreline. With almost a dozen geocache sites located along the trails, visitors are welcome to search for them and practice their GPS skills while enjoying a lovely hike.

Check out Science Saturday on Saturdays' events page or on the SERC webpage!

https://serc.si.edu/

South County Heritage and History

Galesville Community Center

916 West Benning Road 

Galesville MD 20765

Sunday

1pm - 4pm

410-703-0610

Celebration! The public is invited to participate in a conversation engaging event centered on culinary traditions and 'food ways' of the African American community both past and present. The recently launched "African American Voices, Memories and Places:A Four Rivers Heritage Trail" revealed a persistent theme across many tour stops and oral history interviews:Food!MRS. Crowner's Lunch Room Revisited: Not just a Restaurant but a Communities' Heart and Soul: The Galesville Community Center (GCCO) will be transformed into now demolished "Mrs. Crowner's Lunch Room" (aka the Cook Shop.) Long-time residents and scholars will join several of Crowner's descendants to lead a discussion about the legacy and traditions of the meals once served at the "Cook Shop". Sample the meals that were served by Mrs. Margaret Crowner in the 1940's and will be recreated and served to participants by members of the GCCO. Participants will also be encouraged to read Michael Twitty's book 'The Cooking Gene" in advance, and key themes from the book will provide conversation starters for facilitated group discussions.

Jailhouse Antique Shop, formerly the only jail in the South County area and was built around1937. It later became Ellen's Beauty Corner and then Harvey's Barbershop. The beauty shop was the first African American licensed hair salon in southern Anne Arundel County. GCCO has partnered with the new owner and will conduct tours during the 2020 Maryland Day celebration on Sunday afternoon.

http://www.historicgalesville.org/

Deale Area Historical Society

389 Deale Road - Herrington Harbor North

Tracy's Landing

Sunday

Free

1pm - 4pm

410-279-2078

Experience life at the turn of the 1900's at the Deale Area Historical Society's Open House. Get a glimpse of what life was like in this charming historic village that boasts a beneficial society meeting house, a Russian Orthodox chapel, a tobacco barn, a one room schoolhouse and a home with the necessary 'out' buildings. All the buildings were moved to the site from the local vicinity and emphasize the simple, hardworking lives lived by South County farmers, watermen, tradesmen and their families.

http://www.dahs.us/

Galesville Heritage Society at Galesville Memorial Hall

952 Main St, Galesville, MD 20765

Sunday

Free

1-4pm

PH# 410-867-4731

Join native Galesvillian, Eric Steinlein for a display of maritime hunting and trapping tools. The collection is from the 1950's and 60's but curiously are no longer used today. Eric will be on hand to answer your questions about the tools and their uses.  

Captain Avery Museum

1418 E. West Shady Side Road Shady Side, MD

Saturday

Free

10am - 4pm PH# 410-867-4486

Captain Avery Museum will be debuting their newly renovated historic house with fresh exhibits related to their three centuries theme of people living on the water, recreation and preservation of the Chesapeake Bay. They will have an open house with self guided tours, activities and tours of the garden.

https://captainaverymuseum.org/

Downtown Annapolis - Historic Places

Chase Lloyd House

22 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis

Free

2- 4 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Take a tour of this beautiful historic home and Bay-wise gardens! Visitors are welcomed by members of the Chase Lloyd docent volunteers and will be guided through the first floor public rooms. Hear details and stories about the history of Chase Lloyd House and Chase Home.

Members of the Chase Home Garden Friends and Master Gardeners will lead guests on a tour of the 6,000 square foot Bay-wise gardens featuring native plants. Certified a Maryland Bay-Wise Landscape in 2014, visitors will learn what practices make this garden bay-wise.

http://www.chaselloydhouse.org/                                                                                                                

William Paca House and Garden

186 Prince George Street, Annapolis

$1

Saturday (& Sunday offering tours only)

12-4pm

The year, 1770, Mr. Paca and his friends will be welcoming guests to his home and sharing news of the day. Tour the historic gardens and have photographs with an 18th century colonial in this formal garden.

http://www.annapolis.org/ 

Hogshead

43 Pinkney Street

Saturday and Sunday

12- 4pm

$1

It’s all hands on at Hogshead with a baker, carpenter, milliner, and other tradespeople. Put on a yoke and buckets to fetch water, stuff the bed, and see the John Shaw Flag. Experience how the working class of colonial Annapolis lived! 

http://www.annapolis.org/

Hammond Harwood House

19 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD

$1

Saturday

12 - 5pm 

PH# 410-263-4683

Hammond Harwood House will be celebrating Maryland Day with half hour tours of this beautiful 1774 house and its famous collection of art, furniture and decorative pieces.Families can enjoy fun facts and children's game "haversack' for use in the garden. The garden and a special exhibit will be open for free.

https://www.facebook.com/events/833070083831921/

https://hammondharwoodhouse.org/

Governor Calvert House

58 State Circle Annapolis

$1

Sunday only 

1pm - 4pm 

Experience an archeological wonder under the floor of this lovely hotel in historic Annapolis.

The Roman heating system called a hypocaust was uncovered during renovations in the 1980's and is preserved for all to see under a plexiglass floor system.

Costumed interpreter provided by Historic Annapolis.

https://www.historicinnsofannapolis.com/?utm_source=google%20my%20business&utm_medium=listing&utm_campaign=visit%20website

Charles Carroll House

107 Duke of Glouchester Street Annapolis, MD

Free

Saturday and Sunday

12pm - 4pm

Explore the grand old home of the Carroll family located on the picturesque grounds of St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Carroll family played a major role in the framing of constitution. This wonderfully curated house and garden is a hidden gem on the shores of Spa Creek.

For younger audiences, participate in a scavenger hunt as well as crossword puzzles.

On display Annapolis Historian Robert Worden's "A Night of Tragedy, July 9th,1866" on the tragic accidental drownings of the Redemptorists.

https://charlescarrollhouse.org/

Maryland State House 

100 State Circle, Annapolis    

Free

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

9am-5pm 

PH# 410-260-6400
The Maryland State House is the oldest state capital still in continuous legislative use. Enjoy the immersive State House exhibits, including the beautifully restored Old Senate Chamber. Explore important historical events that happened underneath the dome and in the chamber of the only state house ever to have served as the nations capital. 
ID required to enter if you are over 21.

https://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdstatehouse/html/home.html

The Arts and Galleries

Maryland Hall

801 Chase Street

Saturday and Sunday (see daily listings)

9am-9pm     

Free
410-263-5544

Saturday

Visit the Galleries at Maryland Hall! Exhibits on display include Vantage Point: Paintings by Sally Davies, From Our Living Room to Yours: The Leroy Hoffberger School of Painting and Unnatural Causes.

Sunday

Maryland Hall's 40TH Birthday Party Open House is complete with birthday cake!The day features greetings with Paul Reed Smith, art demonstrations, live music, dance performances, exhibitions, hands-on activities, childrens crafts and food trucks. A concert by the Naval Academy Band caps off the day!

https://marylandhall.org/artfest-open-house-40th-birthday-party

St. John’s College - Mitchell Gallery - Mellon Hall

St. John’s College - Mitchell Gallery 60 College Avenue

Free

12pm - 5pm 

 PH# 410-626-2556

Explore American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum: The Thaw Collection. This lovely exhibition of Native American artistry dates from 1200 to 1850.
https://www.sjc.edu/annapolis/mitchell-gallery

Maryland Federation of Art

Circle Gallery 18 State Circle

11am - 5pm

PH#410-268-4566

View fine art ,jewelry and crafts by Maryland artists.

10% off Maryland artists all 3 days.

https://mdfedart.com/

Plan Your Trip!!

VisitAnnapolis Visitors Center 

26 West Street and City Dock

Free

9am-5pm 

PH#410-280-0445  

Information Specialists can help you plan activities for your Maryland Day Celebration adventures including a free Maryland Day Program and information about local things to see and do. Stop by the West Street location to have your picture taken at our photo booth, complete with colonial props for kids! Information specialists are ready at both locations to help you plan activities for your Maryland Day Weekend adventures.

www.visitannapolis.org

Participating businesses

Old Fox Books

Rasa Juice Shop

Evergreen Antiques & True Vintage

Maryland Federation of Art


 

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