AACPL Family Story Time

Historic London Town and Gardens 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater

London Town welcomes Anne Arundel County Public Library!​ Families with young children enjoy a variety of stories, songs, rhymes, and movement activities. Build early literacy skills and enjoy the beautiful sound and sensory garden at historic London Town in Edgewater, MD.​ This program is free and no admission fee will be charged.

Perspectivas Latinas/Latinx Perspectives Opening Reception

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts 801 Chase Street , Annapolis

“Perspectivas Latinas”/ “Latinx Perspectives” is an exhibition exploring the complexity within the social, cultural, political construct and artistic identities of Latin American Art. The exhibition features work by 19 local Latinx artists creating in different genres. The exhibition includes paintings, printmaking, sculpture, assemblage video and mixed media installation art. The dialogue of this collection of works is interconnected by common threads that reveal a powerful tapestry of life experiences supported conceptually and esthetically. As the viewer travels through the gallery space, they will be confronted by complex narratives layered by...

September Sunsets Fall Concert Series

Annapolis Maritime Museum Park Campus 7300 Edgewood Road, Annapolis

The fun of our summer concert series will continue this fall at our Park Campus (located at 7300 Edgewood Rd in Annapolis). Join us on Thursdays in September from 6 to 8 p.m. for music by the Bay! Listen to tunes from Eastport Oyster Boys at our Park Campus. Concerts are free; however, donations are gratefully accepted. Beer and wine are available for purchase. Beverage sales support the Museum’s education program. No outside alcohol is permitted. Food trucks will be on site. Bring a chair for seating.

Colonial Cocktails: Syllabub & Stone Fence

Historic London Town and Gardens 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater

From punches to bounces, syllabubs to juleps, colonists imbibed a wide variety of alcoholic beverages. At Colonial Cocktails, you’ll get to make and enjoy two historical drinks and learn about colonial tavern culture. This month we'll be enjoying the fruits of the harvest with Syllabub, a frothy cream dream, and Stone Fence, a spiced, spiked cider. Participants must be 21+ Pre-registration required. Space is limited.​ $25 for members $33 for non-members

Virtual Lecture – Encountering Hurricanes in Colonial British America

Hurricanes were a new phenomenon for Europeans when they arrived in the New World, but they quickly became a defining (and terrifying) feature of the life in colonial British America.  This was especially the case for colonists who ventured to the Caribbean and the southeastern mainland coast. This lecture with Matt Mulcahy of Loyola University will explore the English encounter with hurricanes, their impact on the development of colonial societies, how colonists made sense of these events, and what accommodations they made in response to the storms over time. The focus...