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  1. CalvART Gallery Presents "For The Birds"

    April 9, 2021, 10:00 AM - June 5, 2021, 5:00 PM @ CalvART Gallery

    CalvART is a cooperative gallery located in Prince Frederick, MD, and affiliated with the Arts Council of Calvert County. CalvART is a showcase for artists from Southern Maryland and highlights work from a wide range of styles and media. Our artists excel in paintings, pottery, jewerly, sculpture, woodturning and photography. "For The Birds" - Linocut prints of birds of all sorts, flying, foraging, flocking and floating. Also included are gourds made into fully functional birdhouses, painted and decorated to become whimsical habitats such as spaceships, creatures, and characters.

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  2. Recycled Bird Feeders

    April 19, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary

    Enjoy a read-aloud story about backyard birds. Bring an empty half gallon paper or plastic screw top jug to paint a bird feeder. Wear clothes that can get messy.

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  3. Virtual - Sea Level Rise in Maryland lecture by Dr. Hali Kilbourne

    April 19, 2021, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Online Zoom - Calvert Marine Museum

    Dr. Hali Kilbourne is a Research Associate Professor with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory campus. Before coming to Southern Maryland, Dr. Kilbourne was a visiting professor at McDaniel College and held a prestigious U.S. National Research Council postdoctoral position with which she worked at the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration Earth System Research Laboratory. She obtained her undergraduate training in Geology from Smith College and graduate training in Marine Science from the University of South Florida. She specializes in the fields of Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology. Her research focuses on understanding the climate of the last 2000 years to provide context for modern changes and to improve our understanding of climate system processes driving climate variability. Such information can help us improve climate models used for predicting future climate change.

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