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Fri, Oct 16, 2020 — 8 Events

   
   $1,000 DRAWING TODAY! Friends of Cedar Lane—THE BIG RAFFLE
Location: Cedar Lane Senior Living Community    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 8:00 AM (00:00 Duration)
Posted By: Wanda Fenwick
Friends of Cedar Lane Board Announces “The Big Raffle” featuring $12,000 in total cash prizes.

Just 400 tickets will be sold for this fundraiser, with proceeds benefitting the residents of Cedar Lane Senior Living Community.

“The Big Raffle” is a six-week fundraiser in which anyone age 18 or older can enter to win up to $12,000 in total cash prizes including a grand prize of $10,000. The event is conducted by Friends of Cedar Lane, the fundraising affiliate of Cedar Lane Senior Living Community. Proceeds from ticket sales will be used to benefit Cedar Lane’s 196 residents.

Tickets are $100 each and only 400 will be sold. With six cash prize drawings, chances of winning are 1 in 66. Each week, the winning ticket is returned to the drum for a chance to be selected again. Winners need not be present to win. All winners will be notified. Each raffle ticket offers the chance to win one or more of these cash prizes:

$100 Drawing—Friday, September 18, 2020
$150 Drawing—Friday, September 25, 2020
$250 Drawing—Friday, October 2, 2020
$500 Drawing—Friday, October 9, 2020
$1,000 Drawing—Friday, October 16, 2020
$10,000 Drawing—Friday, October 23, 2020

Those interested in participating may purchase tickets by calling (301) 475-8966, or through any member of the Cedar Lane Board of Directors or the Friends of Cedar Lane Board of Directors. “While the pandemic hasn’t been easy on any of us, Cedar Lane residents have been living with visitor and activity restrictions since March. The funds generated by The Big Raffle will be used to spread smiles and cheer through a variety of services and programs. We hope our Maryland community will take advantage of the opportunity to win some amazing cash prizes, while also supporting our seniors,” said Sheri Norris, chairperson for the Friends of Cedar Lane board.

Visit Cedar Lane's website at www.cedar-lane.org/ for more information.
2020-10-16T08:00 2020-10-16T08:00 America/New_York $1,000 DRAWING TODAY! Friends of Cedar Lane—THE BIG RAFFLE Friends of Cedar Lane Board Announces “The Big Raffle” featuring $12,000 in total cash prizes. Just 400 tickets will be sold for this fundraiser, with proceeds benefitting the residents of Cedar Lane Senior Living Community. “The Big Raffle” is a six-week fundraiser in which anyone age 18 or older can enter to win up to $12,000 in total cash prizes including a grand prize of $10,000. The event is conducted by Friends of Cedar Lane, the fundraising affiliate of Cedar Lane Senior Living Community. Proceeds from ticket sales will be used to benefit Cedar Lane’s 196 residents. Tickets are $100 each and only 400 will be sold. With six cash prize drawings, chances of winning are 1 in 66. Each week, the winning ticket is returned to the drum for a chance to be selected again. Winners need not be present to win. All winners will be notified. Each raffle ticket offers the chance to win one or more of these cash prizes: $100 Drawing—Friday, September 18, 2020 $150 Drawing—Friday, September 25, 2020 $250 Drawing—Friday, October 2, 2020 $500 Drawing—Friday, October 9, 2020 $1,000 Drawing—Friday, October 16, 2020 $10,000 Drawing—Friday, October 23, 2020 Those interested in participating may purchase tickets by calling (301) 475-8966, or through any member of the Cedar Lane Board of Directors or the Friends of Cedar Lane Board of Directors. “While the pandemic hasn’t been easy on any of us, Cedar Lane residents have been living with visitor and activity restrictions since March. The funds generated by The Big Raffle will be used to spread smiles and cheer through a variety of services and programs. We hope our Maryland community will take advantage of the opportunity to win some amazing cash prizes, while also supporting our seniors,” said Sheri Norris, chairperson for the Friends of Cedar Lane board. Visit Cedar Lane's website at www.cedar-lane.org/ for more information. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Cedar Lane Senior Living Community


   Homeschool Fridays—Cochineal Natural Dye Workshop
Location: Historic St. Mary’s City, Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation, 47621 Old Cove Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 12 Noon (01:30 Duration)
Posted By: Laurel Potyen
This workshop takes place at the Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation.

Coloring with natural materials is an ancient art that is filled with surprises. Join us for an informative and fun hands-on workshop to learn about the history and traditions of the sacred red dye made from the Cochineal insect. Participants gain an understanding of the biology and chemistry of using natural materials to achieve color, and learn about traditional dyeing methods.

Designed for children ages 6 and older

$10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members)

If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members)

The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day.

Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited.

Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability.

Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place.

hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-cochineal-natural-dye-workshop-7/
2020-10-16T10:30 2020-10-16T12:00 America/New_York Homeschool Fridays—Cochineal Natural Dye Workshop This workshop takes place at the Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation. Coloring with natural materials is an ancient art that is filled with surprises. Join us for an informative and fun hands-on workshop to learn about the history and traditions of the sacred red dye made from the Cochineal insect. Participants gain an understanding of the biology and chemistry of using natural materials to achieve color, and learn about traditional dyeing methods. Designed for children ages 6 and older $10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members) If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members) The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day. Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited. Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability. Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place. hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-cochineal-natural-dye-workshop-7/ -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Historic St. Mary’s City, Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation, 47621 Old Cove Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686


   Maritime History Through Art and Communication Workshop
Location: Historic St. Mary’s City, 47414 Old State House Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 12 Noon (01:30 Duration)
Posted By: Laurel Potyen
This workshop takes place at the Waterfront.

Students will have the opportunity to learn the artistic skills required of 17th-century sailors, and the ways in which they would communicate. Participants will have the opportunity to board the Maryland Dove and go below deck. Participants will try their hand at knot tying, learn about nautical charts, and see a gunnery demonstration.

Designed for children ages 6 and older

$10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members)

If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members)

The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day.

Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited.

Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability.

Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place.

hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-maritime-history-through-art-and-communication-workshop-7/
2020-10-16T10:30 2020-10-16T12:00 America/New_York Maritime History Through Art and Communication Workshop This workshop takes place at the Waterfront. Students will have the opportunity to learn the artistic skills required of 17th-century sailors, and the ways in which they would communicate. Participants will have the opportunity to board the Maryland Dove and go below deck. Participants will try their hand at knot tying, learn about nautical charts, and see a gunnery demonstration. Designed for children ages 6 and older $10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members) If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members) The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day. Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited. Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability. Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place. hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-maritime-history-through-art-and-communication-workshop-7/ -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Historic St. Mary’s City, 47414 Old State House Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686


   Homeschool Fridays—What Makes a Witchott? Workshop
Location: Historic St. Mary’s City, 18751 Hogaboom Lane, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 2:30 PM (01:30 Duration)
Posted By: Laurel Potyen
This workshop takes place at the Woodland Indian Hamlet.

Witchott, wickiup, wigwam, and longhouses are all names for the grass and wood structures that Native peoples up and down the East Coast of the United States called home. Join us at the Woodland Indian Hamlet to discover what makes a witchott, how the site builds and maintains our houses, and even try your hand at one of the many tasks needed to keep our witchotts up and running.

Designed for children ages 6 and older

$10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members)

If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members)

The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day.

Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited.

Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability.

Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place.

hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-what-makes-a-witchott-workshop-6/
2020-10-16T13:00 2020-10-16T14:30 America/New_York Homeschool Fridays—What Makes a Witchott? Workshop This workshop takes place at the Woodland Indian Hamlet. Witchott, wickiup, wigwam, and longhouses are all names for the grass and wood structures that Native peoples up and down the East Coast of the United States called home. Join us at the Woodland Indian Hamlet to discover what makes a witchott, how the site builds and maintains our houses, and even try your hand at one of the many tasks needed to keep our witchotts up and running. Designed for children ages 6 and older $10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members) If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members) The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day. Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited. Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability. Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place. hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-what-makes-a-witchott-workshop-6/ -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Historic St. Mary’s City, 18751 Hogaboom Lane, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686


   Homeschool Fridays—Who Were They and Who Are You? Workshop
Location: Historic St. Mary’s City, 47414 Old State House Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 2:30 PM (01:30 Duration)
Posted By: Laurel Potyen
This workshop takes place at the Town Center.

Students will try their hand at writing with quill pens and learn about how to tools available shaped the way that people wrote. Participants will look at genre paintings, learn about symbolism, and see reproduction artifacts that appear within the paintings. Participants will have an opportunity to make their own portrait using 17th-century objects and symbols.

Designed for children ages 6 and older

$10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members)

If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members)

The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day.

Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited.

Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability.

Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place.

hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-who-were-they-and-who-are-you-workshop-7/
2020-10-16T13:00 2020-10-16T14:30 America/New_York Homeschool Fridays—Who Were They and Who Are You? Workshop This workshop takes place at the Town Center. Students will try their hand at writing with quill pens and learn about how to tools available shaped the way that people wrote. Participants will look at genre paintings, learn about symbolism, and see reproduction artifacts that appear within the paintings. Participants will have an opportunity to make their own portrait using 17th-century objects and symbols. Designed for children ages 6 and older $10.00 per child ($8 for Friends members) If signing up for multiple workshops, each additional workshop is $7 per child ($5 for Friends members) The workshop fee covers admission to the rest of the museum for the day. Payment in full is due at time of registration. Contact the Public Programs office at (240) 895-4979, or Groups@DigsHistory.org. Space is limited. Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Historic St. Mary’s City. Workshops may be rescheduled, depending upon program availability. Participants are expected to practice appropriate social distancing, including wearing a face covering, and following any posted instructions. All CDC guidelines and safety protocols will be in place. hsmcdigshistory.org/event/homeschool-fridays-who-were-they-and-who-are-you-workshop-7/ -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) Historic St. Mary’s City, 47414 Old State House Road, St. Mary’s City, MD 20686


   LIVE outdoor Theater Event: A Night Between Heaven and Hell
Location: 6400 Sheridan Pt. Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM (02:00 Duration)
Posted By: Sherry Mervine
Join New Direction Community Theater for an outdoor theater event featuring a night of heavenly comedy! These 3 one act plays are devilishly good and sure to delight while taking an irreverent look at life and how we all fit in the "cosmic order".

"Welcome to Hell" by Rowan Atkinson
"The Middle Ground" by Keith Mervine
"An Act of God" by David Javerbaum*

* Produced with special permission of Dramatists Plays, Inc. New York, NY"

General Admission= $15

Socially distanced event. Pre-purchase of tickets recommended.

www.ndctheater.org 443.624.4484
2020-10-16T19:00 2020-10-16T21:00 America/New_York LIVE outdoor Theater Event: A Night Between Heaven and Hell Join New Direction Community Theater for an outdoor theater event featuring a night of heavenly comedy! These 3 one act plays are devilishly good and sure to delight while taking an irreverent look at life and how we all fit in the "cosmic order". "Welcome to Hell" by Rowan Atkinson "The Middle Ground" by Keith Mervine "An Act of God" by David Javerbaum* * Produced with special permission of Dramatists Plays, Inc. New York, NY" General Admission= $15 Socially distanced event. Pre-purchase of tickets recommended. www.ndctheater.org 443.624.4484 -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) 6400 Sheridan Pt. Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678


   Asia North 2020
Location: virtual    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM (01:00 Duration)
Posted By: Asian Arts
Asia North 2020 Art & Music Exchange

Friday, October 16. 7pm

Register: bit.ly/aacc-AsiaNorth2020-register

This livestream event will feature art talks and performances by multidisciplinary artist Marlo De Lara (a.k.a. marlo egglant), hip-hop duo S.N.R.G. (Some Never Really Get), and visual artists Andersen Woof and Vidya Vijayasekharan. Asia North is a collaborative community celebration that recognizes, showcases, and honors the art, culture and the Asian heritage of Greater Baltimore, especially the Korean history of Baltimore’s Charles North community. Asia North 2020 features an online art exhibition, Tradition—Memory—Transformation, which showcases the works of 25 regional Asian and Asian American artists, and a brief history of Koreatown. Co-presented with Central Baltimore Partnership.



If you require captioning during the event, please submit your request to asianarts@towson.edu by Oct. 13.

2020-10-16T19:00 2020-10-16T20:00 America/New_York Asia North 2020 Asia North 2020 Art & Music Exchange Friday, October 16. 7pm Register: bit.ly/aacc-AsiaNorth2020-register This livestream event will feature art talks and performances by multidisciplinary artist Marlo De Lara (a.k.a. marlo egglant), hip-hop duo S.N.R.G. (Some Never Really Get), and visual artists Andersen Woof and Vidya Vijayasekharan. Asia North is a collaborative community celebration that recognizes, showcases, and honors the art, culture and the Asian heritage of Greater Baltimore, especially the Korean history of Baltimore’s Charles North community. Asia North 2020 features an online art exhibition, Tradition—Memory—Transformation, which showcases the works of 25 regional Asian and Asian American artists, and a brief history of Koreatown. Co-presented with Central Baltimore Partnership. If you require captioning during the event, please submit your request to asianarts@towson.edu by Oct. 13. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) virtual


   Asia North 2020
Location: virtual    View Map
Date: 10/16/2020
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM (01:00 Duration)
Posted By: Asian Arts
Register: bit.ly/aacc-AsiaNorth2020-register
Join DMV artists and musicians to celebrate the art, culture, and the Asian heritage of Greater Baltimore.
2020-10-16T19:00 2020-10-16T20:00 America/New_York Asia North 2020 Register: bit.ly/aacc-AsiaNorth2020-register Join DMV artists and musicians to celebrate the art, culture, and the Asian heritage of Greater Baltimore. -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) virtual


   

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