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Public Events

  1. Calvert Artists Guild Exhibits at PRAD

    October 6, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Calvert Marine Museum

    The public is invited to enjoy and purchase the artworks of a dozen of the talented artists of Southern Maryland in mediums such as watercolor, acrylic, clay, textile, and jewelry. The Calvert Artists’ Guild was founded in 1978 to promote the appreciation and practice of fine arts and crafts in Calvert County.  The guild sponsors art shows, field trips, workshops, and an annual art award to a high-school senior interested in the arts. For additional information, please contact the following persons: Jan Barr 443-404-5746 or Gerry Wood 301-863-9663

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  2. Patuxent River Appreciation Days

    October 6, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Calvert Marine Museum

    Enjoy FREE family fun with boat rides, toy boat building, arts & crafts fair, great food, and live music. Small fee for face painting and pony rides. Celebrate the Bounty of the Patuxent in the Corbin Pavilion from noon – 4:00 pm on Saturday with local wine tasting and local produce. PRAD Parade is Sunday at 2:00 p.m

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  3. Lower Marlboro Freedom Day

    October 6, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Lower Marlboro Hall & United Methodist Church

    Lower Marlboro was affected deeply by the War of 1812. In July of 1814, British forces sailed up the Patuxent River, landed at Lower Marlboro, burned warehouses full of tobacco and left with at least 13 enslaved persons from the Ballard plantation near the wharf. Some of the houses that remain in the community were witnesses to these events. The celebration in Lower Marlboro will focus attention on the community and its history. Lower Marlboro Freedom Day celebrates the freedom of the 13 people while providing opportunities to learn about the context of those events and much more about the history of the town.

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