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  1. Cosmos: Imagining the Universe

    February 13, 10:00 AM - July 26, 5:00 PM @ Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center

    This exhibit explores the mysteries of the universe, both scientific and fantastical, theoretical and fictional, real and imagined. How do artists render the work of scientists, authors, explorers, astronomers, cartoonists, Trekkies, LARPers, astrologers, and philosophers? This exhibit embraces not only what science has revealed about space, but what humans have imagined about the cosmos. From the results of scientific inquiry to the creative minds of science fiction authors and fans, this exhibit celebrates how space has stimulated human understanding and creativity. From the big bang theory to worm holes and warp speed, artists have created works that bring to life what we know of space and what we imagine. Assembled here is a vibrant and diverse selection of works that speak to our fascination with the cosmos

  2. "The Way I See It..." Fine Art Gallery Show & Reception

    April 2, 11:00 AM - April 28, 5:00 PM @ Artworks@7th Fine Art & Unique Gifts

    The photography and other artwork of Lonnie Harkins is the April featured exhibit at Artworks@7th. The show is titled “The Way I See It…,” and consists of landscape, abstract, and floral photo-art images showing scenes and images from the local area. From a pier that appears to reach for the sky; to the rigging of a tall ship; to close-ups of gorgeous flowers; to whimsical pottery figurines and other pieces, there is sure to be something that will entertain and intrigue everyone. Come join us for the show’s opening reception on Friday April 3 from 5-8 p.m. – it’s free! If you can’t make the reception, then come by any other time during our normal business hours, the show will be up April 2nd through April 28th.

  3. Discovering Archaeology Day

    April 18, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum (JPPM)

    • Meet archaeologists from all over Maryland • Enjoy hands on activities for children and adults • Free guided tours of: -The Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory -Smith-St. Leonard: 18th century archaeological excavation site • Visit the Woodland Indian Village • Explore on-site exhibits: -FAQ Archaeology -Farmers, Patriots & Traitors: Southern MD and the War of 1812 Learn, Discover, Have Fun!

  4. CSM Barbershop Concert

    April 20, 7:30 PM @ College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick Campus

    Southern Mix, directed by Paul Douglass, is a men’s barbershop chorus which rehearses on CSM’s La Plata Campus.

  5. Science for Citizens "A Short History of a Long Study in CBL's Backyard: Our Local Water Quality"

    April 21, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Chesapeake Biological Laboratory – Bernie Fowler Lab

    The Chesapeake Biological Laboratory has studied the water quality of Solomons Harbor since 1987. This talk provides an overview of this work and the patterns and change scientists have documented over the past twenty-seven years of monitoring. Come learn about the health of our local waters! All seminars are free and open to the public. Light snacks and beverages will be provided

  6. Celtic Festival

    April 25, All Day @ Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum (JPPM)

    April 25, 2015 will mark the 37th year for the oldest Celtic celebration in Maryland. Chosen in 2000 by Congressman Steny Hoyer to represent Southern Maryland in the national “Local Legacy” project of the Library of Congress’ bicentennial celebration, the Southern Maryland Celtic Festival and Highland Gathering highlights the heritage of the Breton, Cornish, Irish, Manx, Scots, and Welsh.

  7. Earth Day Trail Run and Family Hike

    April 25, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ American Chestnut Land Trust

    Celebrate Earth Day on the beautiful Parkers Creek Preserve! Join ACLT for its 2nd Annual Earth Day Trail Run and Family Hike. This year the run will be the first ever on the “PF2Bay Trail” in Prince Frederick and is open to runners of all levels. Or bring the whole family and go on a fun and informative guided hike instead! Both the run and hike will end at the Double Oak Farm for music, food and Earth Day fun. (Trail Run begins at 105 Vianney Lane, Prince Frederick) For more information and to register, visit acltweb.org.

  8. 5th Annual Fairy & Gnome Home Festival

    April 26, 11:59 AM - 4:00 PM @ Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center

    This festival coincides with Fairies in the Garden, our magical exhibit of more than 50 fabulous handmade fairy and gnomes homes! The festival will feature the lovely Fairy Lolly, a playful area where young guests can climb, explore, build, and dream with a variety of creative toys and props. Guests will also build their own fairy houses and gnomes homes - and create their own magical props and crafts. NEW this year! Kids can try our new Gnome Games - feed the Trash Dragon, visit the Fairy Fishing Hole, and dig for treasure in the Troll's Treasure Trough! In the beautiful Council Ring, there will be music and along the Wooded Path, guests will meet Fairy Queen Ambrosia and Princess Cricket. And no festival would be complete without face painting, bubbles, chalk fun, and plenty of great photo opps! Food and drinks will be available as well!

  9. Science for Citizens "What Happens When We Do The Right Thing? A Study of Mattawoman Creek"

    April 28, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Chesapeake Biological Laboratory – Bernie Fowler L

    So, what does happen when we "do the right thing" regarding nutrient pollution in the Bay? Exactly that was done in Mattawoman Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River. The results were stunning but it took patience for the results of this clean-up effort to emerge. This talk will provide the details and a bit about how we pieced this success story together. All seminars are free and open to the public. Light snacks and beverages will be provided.