Lecture: Counting Bones and Making Bones Count

Historic London Town and Gardens 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater

Join us for a lecture with Dr. Meghann Mahoney, Historic London Town & Gardens' Public Programs Administrator.​ How do archaeologists get old bones to give up their secrets? In empires that spanned the globe, animals also changed and travelled. Whether learning about past pets, discovering how animals were raised for meat, or seeing wild animals escape into new habitats, find out how even a single bone can tell a world of stories. Free for members; $10/ non-members. All attendees must register in advance.

Virtual Lecture – Brave Soldier of Fame: Lafayette in Annapolis

Lafayette’s time in Annapolis totaled less than a fortnight spread out over five decades, but that was enough for the French nobleman and the city to develop a mutual admiration for one another. The first two times he came to Maryland’s capital in 1777 and 1781, he arrived on a mission; the last two visits in 1784 and 1824 were for pleasure. Former HA Senior Historian Glenn E. Campbell talks about the long and warm relationship between Annapolis and America’s favorite fighting Frenchman. Registration required. Cost: $15 per household for General Admission;...