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Maryland Day events starting Friday, March 24

Maryland Day lady in period constumeAAACCVB Visitors Center
Friday-Sunday, 9am-5pm
26 West St. and City Dock Information Booth, Annapolis 
Admission: Free
Volunteer information specialists can help you plan activities for your Maryland Day Celebration adventures.

Crofton Library, 1681 Riedel Road
Friiday-Saturday, 9am-5pm; Sunday, 1-5pm
Admission: Free
Crab crafts and puzzles in the children’s area. 410-222-7915

Edgewater Library, 25 Stepneys Lane
Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm; Sunday, 1-5pm
Admission: Free
Display of books about Maryland, set in Maryland or by Maryland authors. Also a passive Maryland Trivia Program for adults and teens. 410-222-1538

Historic London Town and Gardens
Friday-Sunday, 10am-4:30pm
839 Londontown Road, Edgewater
Admission: $1
Costumed interpreters represent a century of early Maryland history. Try your hand at making rope and chopping wood. Kids can dress up in colonial-style clothing. All activities are included with admission. 410-222-1919

Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center
1101 Smithville St., Annapolis
Friday-Saturday, 10am-1pm
Admission: $1 donation
Celebrate Your Legacy – Genealogy Workshop co-hosted by the Banneker Douglas Museum. Do you know who you are and where you come from? Find out so you can tell your own story.

Annapolis Maritime Museum
Friday-Sunday, 11am-3pm
723 Second St., Annapolis 
Admission: Free
Did you know most oysters we eat are “Made in Maryland”? Learn how oysters go from creek to plate with hands on activities like exploring, shucking and dissecting. Appropriate for kids and adults and includes a take-home craft. 443-214-5872

City of Annapolis Walk Eastport “A Scavenger Hunt for History”
Pick up maps for this self-guided tour at Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street.
Friday-Sunday, 11am-3pm
Free
Explore the strong sense of history in this neighborhood first inhabited in the 1650s. The peninsula’s early maritime and industrial base has evolved into a collaborative maritime, commercial and residential community. The 2-mile walking loop is illustrated on a map that features descriptions of specific sites and word clues to engage children.

Also find more details on the Maryland Day website.

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