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Sun, Jun 18, 2017 — 5 Events

     
   Father's Day Breakfast
Location: 3330 Chesapeake Beach Road Route 260, Chesapeake Beach    View Map
Date: 6/18/2017
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 11:00 AM (03:00 Duration)
Posted By: American-Legion Auxiliary
SUNDAY JUNE 18—SPECIAL FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST. Honor Dad by treating him to with a special breakfast featuring the Master Chef’s Waffles with Strawberries and Cream, Sausage, Ham, Scrapple, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Home Fries, Biscuits, Fresh Fruit, Pastries, and Chip Beef. Drawings for Gifts for Dad. Hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the upper level Dining Hall in Chesapeake Beach on Route 260. Open to the Public. Adults $12; kids 6-12 $6; kids under 6 free. Bloody Marys will be available for a nominal charge. For information call 410-257-9878 www.ALPost206.org











2017-06-18T08:00 2017-06-18T11:00 America/New_York Father's Day Breakfast SUNDAY JUNE 18—SPECIAL FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST. Honor Dad by treating him to with a special breakfast featuring the Master Chef’s Waffles with Strawberries and Cream, Sausage, Ham, Scrapple, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Home Fries, Biscuits, Fresh Fruit, Pastries, and Chip Beef. Drawings for Gifts for Dad. Hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the upper level Dining Hall in Chesapeake Beach on Route 260. Open to the Public. Adults $12; kids 6-12 $6; kids under 6 free. Bloody Marys will be available for a nominal charge. For information call 410-257-9878 www.ALPost206.org -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) 3330 Chesapeake Beach Road Route 260, Chesapeake Beach


   Tour Thomas Stone National Historic Site
Location: 6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677    View Map
Date: 6/18/2017
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 10:00 AM (00:00 Duration)
Posted By: David Lassman
The National Park Service invites you to learn the secrets of the Declaration of Independence at the home of one of Maryland's signers. Activities include:
• Free tours of Thomas Stone's house are normally given on demand.
• Watch a film and explore the exhibits in the Visitor Center.
• Hike over two miles of trails through forests and fields, while passing historic plantation buildings and the Stone Family Cemetery.
• Complete an assortment of Junior Ranger activities to earn badges, certificates, and other prizes.
• Collect seven different National Park Passport Stamps.
• Purchase books and souvenirs in the gift shop.

Thomas Stone National Historic Site
• Open: Thursday—Sunday, 10:00 am—4:00 pm
• 6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677
• Phone: Phone: 301-392-2776.
• Website: www.nps.gov/thst/index.htm
• Facebook: www.facebook.com/ThomasStoneNationalHistoricSite/
twitter.com/thomasstonenhs

You are encouraged to visit the Historic Port Tobacco Courthouse, which is located only a few minutes from Thomas Stone National Historic Site. Learn about Thomas Stone's community during the American Revolution, the Civil War, and into the 20th century.
• Open: Thursday—Sunday, 10:00 am—4:00 pm
• 8450 Commerce Street, Port Tobacco, MD 20677
• Phone: 301-392-3418
2017-06-18T10:00 2017-06-18T10:00 America/New_York Tour Thomas Stone National Historic Site The National Park Service invites you to learn the secrets of the Declaration of Independence at the home of one of Maryland's signers. Activities include: • Free tours of Thomas Stone's house are normally given on demand. • Watch a film and explore the exhibits in the Visitor Center. • Hike over two miles of trails through forests and fields, while passing historic plantation buildings and the Stone Family Cemetery. • Complete an assortment of Junior Ranger activities to earn badges, certificates, and other prizes. • Collect seven different National Park Passport Stamps. • Purchase books and souvenirs in the gift shop. Thomas Stone National Historic Site • Open: Thursday—Sunday, 10:00 am—4:00 pm • 6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677 • Phone: Phone: 301-392-2776. • Website: www.nps.gov/thst/index.htm • Facebook: www.facebook.com/ThomasStoneNationalHistoricSite/ • twitter.com/thomasstonenhs You are encouraged to visit the Historic Port Tobacco Courthouse, which is located only a few minutes from Thomas Stone National Historic Site. Learn about Thomas Stone's community during the American Revolution, the Civil War, and into the 20th century. • Open: Thursday—Sunday, 10:00 am—4:00 pm • 8450 Commerce Street, Port Tobacco, MD 20677 • Phone: 301-392-3418 -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) 6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677


   Father's Day at St. Clement's Island Museum
Location: St. Clement's Island Museum    View Map
Date: 6/18/2017
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 5:00 PM (07:00 Duration)
Posted By: Museum Division
Dads enjoy free admission for Father's Day at the St. Clement's Island Museum. Call 301-769-2385 for more information.
2017-06-18T10:00 2017-06-18T17:00 America/New_York Father's Day at St. Clement's Island Museum Dads enjoy free admission for Father's Day at the St. Clement's Island Museum. Call 301-769-2385 for more information. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) St. Clement's Island Museum


   Father's Day—Piney Point Lighthouse Museum & Historic Park
Location: Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park    View Map
Date: 6/18/2017
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 5:00 PM (07:00 Duration)
Posted By: Museum Division
Dads enjoy free admission for Father's Day at the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park. Call 301-769-2385 for more information.
2017-06-18T10:00 2017-06-18T17:00 America/New_York Father's Day—Piney Point Lighthouse Museum & Historic Park Dads enjoy free admission for Father's Day at the Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park. Call 301-769-2385 for more information. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Historic Park


   Chesapeake Writers' Conference
Location: St. Mary's College of Maryland    View Map
Date: 6/18/2017
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 10:00 PM (09:00 Duration)
Posted By: Michael Bruckler
The Chesapeake Writers’ Conference hosts writers at all levels of experience for a rich week of lectures, craft talks, readings, and panel discussions, as well as daily workshops in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Workshops are led by a variety of writers at the top of their field, such as Patricia Henley, winner of the Montana First Book Award and finalist for the National Book Award; Matt Burgess, author and journalist for the UK’s Wired magazine; Elizabeth Arnold, two-time Pushcart Prize Nominee in Poetry and professor at University of Maryland; and Matthew Henry Hall, children’s book author and finalist for a Western Writer of America Storyteller award; among others. For more information, visit go.smcm.edu/cwc

College Students
Course credit for college students enrolled in a degree program is also available. College students wishing to pursue the course credit option should check the appropriate box in the application. The two-credit course has a prerequisite of a 200-level writing course or obtain permission from the instructor. St. Mary’s College students will need to sign up for the course during summer enrollment. For more information, contact Conference Director Jerry Gabriel at chesapeakewritersconference@smcm.edu.

Teachers
A teachers-only workshop functions both as its own unit for three hours a day, as well as a part of the larger Chesapeake Writers’ Conference. During the workshop, teachers will work on their own writing as well as on innovative ways of implementing creative writing into the classroom. The class will offer two graduate credits from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, which can be used toward fulfilling continuing professional development requirements in Maryland and elsewhere.

High School Students
A workshop designed for high school-aged youth will explore poetry, fiction, personal narrative, and playwriting. Students will read and write in traditional forms such as sonnets, villanelles, short stories, memoirs, and plays, as well as read and use less traditional forms and techniques, from prose poems and automatic writing to cut-ups, magical realism and first-person journalism. There will also be a focus on script-writing for television, movies, and graphic novels.
2017-06-18T13:00 2017-06-18T22:00 America/New_York Chesapeake Writers' Conference The Chesapeake Writers’ Conference hosts writers at all levels of experience for a rich week of lectures, craft talks, readings, and panel discussions, as well as daily workshops in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Workshops are led by a variety of writers at the top of their field, such as Patricia Henley, winner of the Montana First Book Award and finalist for the National Book Award; Matt Burgess, author and journalist for the UK’s Wired magazine; Elizabeth Arnold, two-time Pushcart Prize Nominee in Poetry and professor at University of Maryland; and Matthew Henry Hall, children’s book author and finalist for a Western Writer of America Storyteller award; among others. For more information, visit go.smcm.edu/cwc College Students Course credit for college students enrolled in a degree program is also available. College students wishing to pursue the course credit option should check the appropriate box in the application. The two-credit course has a prerequisite of a 200-level writing course or obtain permission from the instructor. St. Mary’s College students will need to sign up for the course during summer enrollment. For more information, contact Conference Director Jerry Gabriel at chesapeakewritersconference@smcm.edu. Teachers A teachers-only workshop functions both as its own unit for three hours a day, as well as a part of the larger Chesapeake Writers’ Conference. During the workshop, teachers will work on their own writing as well as on innovative ways of implementing creative writing into the classroom. The class will offer two graduate credits from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, which can be used toward fulfilling continuing professional development requirements in Maryland and elsewhere. High School Students A workshop designed for high school-aged youth will explore poetry, fiction, personal narrative, and playwriting. Students will read and write in traditional forms such as sonnets, villanelles, short stories, memoirs, and plays, as well as read and use less traditional forms and techniques, from prose poems and automatic writing to cut-ups, magical realism and first-person journalism. There will also be a focus on script-writing for television, movies, and graphic novels. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) St. Mary's College of Maryland


     

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