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2016

OCT | NOV | DEC


farmers' marketTuesday, Sept. 27 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - 1 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
Last Tuesday market at this location for the season.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Sept. 28 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
"Facing the Surge," Adapting to Sea Level Rise, with guests Diogo Castro Freire, Founder and Filmmaker, Adaptation Now; and Lisa Craig, Chief of Historic Preservation, City of Annapolis. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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scenic rivers land trustThursday, Sept. 29 - Land Conservation 101 for Landowners
2 - 4 p.m., Crofton Community Library, 1681 Riedel Road, Crofton
Have you thought about preserving your land, but aren’t quite sure what that entails? Learn about the basics of conservation easements and what this opportunity can do for you. Experts will provide information, options, and answers to your questions. A soon-to-be announced program that might provide an $5,000 per acre incentive to encourage easements on forested land or land that could be planted in forest will also be discussed. This is a free workshop, but registration is required by Sept. 27. For more information contact Sarah Knebel at sarah@srlt.org or 410-980-6837.
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Thursday, Sept. 29 - Mermaid's Kiss Oyster Fest
6 - 10 p.m., Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, Baltimore
The evening will feature unlimited food and drink tastings from some of the region’s top restaurants and aquaculture farms, with proceeds benefiting oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay. Come eat your way to a healthier Bay while enjoying vibrant and creative small plates. The evening will also include live music by Pressing Strings, a silent auction, specialty drinks and the freshest, tastiest oysters grown in local waters. Participating restaurants from the Annapolis area include Level Small Plates Lounge, Blackwall Hitch, Harvest Wood Grill and Azure. Tickets $90 for an individual and $170 per pair.
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Thursday, Sept. 29 - Cafe Scientifique
6:30 p.m., 49 West Coffeehouse, Wine Bar & Gallery, 49 West Street, Annapolis
Speaker: Lisa Palmer, journalist and Fellow for Socio-Environmental Understanding, SESYNC. The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) organizes the Annapolis Café Scientifique—a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Seating is limited. Reservations are strongly suggested. Please call 410-626-9796.
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Friday, Sept. 30 - Free Climate Change Documentary Film Screening: "Facing the Surge"
7 - 9 p.m., Annapolis Friends Meeting, 351 DuBois Road, Annapolis
Annapolis Green, along with the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, and the Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis, is co-sponsoring an evening that will feature screening of this important film that witnesses the tangible costs of sea level rise for the people of Norfolk, Virginia, home of the largest naval base in the country. Learn how thousands of hard-working Americans struggle to adapt to the rising tides and an uncertain future. Then participate in a Q&A with filmmaker Diogo Castro Freire and a panel discussion. Hear the stories of real people who are stepping forward to raise awareness and push their governments to pursue real solutions. Meet Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers and get your climate change solution questions answered. Find out what you can do to make a difference on the world.
Panelists:
Michelle Corkadel, Constituent Services Officer, Office of the Anne Arundel County Executive
Lisa Craig, Chief of Historic Preservation City of Annapolis
Betsy Singer, Board Member for the Environment, League of Women Voters of Maryland
Deron Lovaas, State/Federal Policy & Practice Director, Urban Solutions Program, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
The event is free, but please reserve your seat by clicking here: cclusa.org/register
To see the movie trailer, click here. cclusa.org/trailer
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Friday - Sunday, Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay's 10th Annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum
USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 698 Conservation Way, Shepherdstown, WV
This conference is held at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, where representatives from local watershed organization and local government leaders come together to learn the latest restoration science and direction. The Forum provides excellent opportunity to network with other groups and individuals facing similar challenges, and to be inspired to continue the work of preserving, protecting and restoring the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 1 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 1 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
8 a.m. - Noon., Ritchie Highway (Route 2) & Jones Station Road, Severna Park
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sierra clubSaturday, Oct. 1 - Sierra Club Outing: Hiking Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Meet in front of Dicks Sporting Goods at the Dulles Town Center, 21070 Dulles Town Circle, Dulles, Va.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary year of the National Park Service with a hike through Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
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Saturday, Oct. 1 - Spa Creek Conservancy Planting Day
9:30 a.m., 1012 Primrose Road, Annapolis
Come spend the day outside and help plant rain gardens at the Spa Cove Apartments and Condos. Planting and establishing rain gardens will allow stormwater to seep into the ground instead of running off into Spa Creek taking pollutants with it. Wear old clothes and shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Gloves will keep you from getting blisters. Bring tools if you have them.
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Saturday, Oct. 1 - Third Annual St. Luke's Blue & Green Festival
11 am. - 3 p.m., 1101 Bay Ridge Avenue, Annapolis
Listen to live Celtic music, have lunch in the great outdoors, and win a chance to take home native plants, rain barrels, and a $100 Vin 909 gift certificate. All proceeds benefit the restoration of nature project at Back Creek. Blessing of the animals at 11 a.m. Food, raffles, prizes, Bay friendly exhibits, activities for children. Live music by Hangman's Faire, Weems Creek Jammers, and Annapolis Morning Circle. Volunteers welcome.
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Saturday, Oct. 1 – Bud & Burgers
2 – 6 p.m., Registration at Stage One Park, 1 Park Place, Annapolis (future home of the Maryland Theatre of Performing Arts)
Nine local restaurants compete for the title of best burger including: ACME Bar & Grill, Fado Irish Pub, Union Jacks Annapolis, Stan and Joe's Saloon, Annapolis Smokehouse & Tavern, Armadillos Bar & Grill, Azure at the Westin, West End Grill, and Ram’s Head Roadhouse. Tickets: $30 or $49.95 per couple.
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farmers' marketSunday, Oct. 2 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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sierra clubSunday Oct. 2 - Sierra Club Outing: Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Driving Tour By Bicycle
11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., 16000 Croom Airport Road, Upper Marlboro
Difficulty level: Easy.
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first sunday arts festivalSunday, Oct. 2 - First Sunday Arts Festival
11 a.m. - 5 p.m., West and Calvert Streets, Annapolis
Street festival, art market, entertainment venue, and arts & craft fair all rolled into one. Free admission.
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MRASunday, Oct. 2 - Magothy River Association Crab Feast
2 - 6 p.m., Clubhouse at Cape St Claire Improvement Association, 1223 River Bay Road, Annapolis
Celebrate the Magothy River Association's 70 years with a crab feast. Enjoy live music by the Nautical Wheelers. Tickets: $50; includes two drink tickets. Tables for 8 may be reserved. Last day for ticket sales is Sept. 26. Purchase online by clicking here. No tickets available on the day of the event.
Information: Sandy Spadaro, 443-255-7717

Tuesday, Oct. 4 - Chesapeake Conservancy's Third Annual Champions of the Chesapeake
6 p.m., Loews Annapolis Hotel, 126 West Street Annapolis
The Chesapeake Conservancy honors the dedication of individuals, public servants, youth, and corporate leaders to the protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The 2016 honorees are:
Public Servant Champions - The Honorable Paul S. Sarbanes, former U.S. Senator of Maryland; and The Honorable John W. Warner, former U.S. Senator of Virginia
Philanthropic Champion - Mt. Cuba Center, accepted by Ann C. Rose, President
Corporate Champion - Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), accepted by Matt Liddle, Mid-Atlantic Manager for Outdoor Programs and Outreach
Next Generation Champion - Kim Hernandez, NOAA Coastal Management Fellow at Maryland Department of Natural Resources
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quiet waters parkWednesday, Oct. 5 - Master Gardeners’ 2016 Compost Demonstration
11 a.m. - noon, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis
Learn about how do home composting! And make sure to visit our adjacent native plants garden to learn more about native plants that grow at the park. Demonstrations will be canceled in the event of heavy rain or excessive heat warnings. Park admission is $6 or free with an Annual Parks Pass.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Oct. 5 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
"The Malama Honua voyage of the Hokule'a and her Annapolis Visit." And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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scenic rivers land trustWednesday, Oct. 5 - Your Woods and Your Wallet
6:30 - 8 p.m., Crofton Community Library, 1681 Riedel Road, Crofton
Having woods on your property benefits wildlife, the air you breathe and your local streams. Your woods can also benefit your wallet. Scenic Rivers Land Trust and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay are hosting a workshop to discuss the many economic incentives and opportunities available to Maryland woodland owners.
Learn how to: Assess and enhance the value of your woodland, reduce property taxes, access conservation tools & financial incentive programs, and select professionals to help you meet your goal. The information discussed during this workshop is geared toward landowners with five or more acres of woods. This is a free workshop, but registration is required by Oct. 3. For more information contact Sarah Knebel at sarah@srlt.org or 410-980-6837.
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scenic rivers land trustThursday, Oct. 6 - Annual Jan Hollmann Environmental Education Award
6:30 p.m., Arlington Echo Outdoor Education Center, 975 Indian Landing Road, Millersville
Celebrate with those who preserve and protect our natural environment. The Annual Jan Hollmann Environmental Education Award will be presented to Deb Rowens, Special Education Teacher, Lothian Elementary School. The “Jan Hollmann Environmental Education Award” was established in 1994 by her family, friends and those who served with Jan in preserving the Severn River Watershed. This award provides perpetual recognition to an individual or organization who has been especially effective in achieving environmental education in Anne Arundel County. Senator John Astle is the featured speaker this year. There will be music and food and good conversation among people concerned about the environment.
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chestrekswest rhode riverkeeperSaturday, Oct. 8 - ChesaTreks Canoe Tour of Jug Bay
9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, 1361 Wrighton Road, Lothian
Join the West/Rhode Riverkeeper and Jug Bay naturalists on a guided canoe journey on the Patuxent River at Jug Bay followed by a picnic. This is one in a series of Chesapeake adventures, ChesaTreks, designed to explore Chesapeake country, highlighting each month on an environmental or historical treasure followed by local food and drink. Cost: $50 includes canoe, life jacket and paddle, plus a picnic lunch.
Reservations are required.
Information or call 410-867-7171

farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 8 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 8 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
8 a.m. - Noon., Ritchie Highway (Route 2) & Jones Station Road, Severna Park
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farmers' marketSunday, Oct. 9 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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Sunday - Wednesday, Oct. 9 - 12 - Visit of the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Hōkūle'a
docking at the Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis
Traditional Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hōkūle'a will stop in Annapolis on her return journey home at the invitation of Annapolis Green. She left Hawai'i in 2014 to embark on a historic Worldwide Voyage covering more than 100 ports and 27 nations to spread the message of coming together to care for Island Earth. The Hōkūle'a crew navigates in the traditional Polynesian manner without instruments of any kind -- just on their knowledge of wind, waves and stars. Read more about events to be held in conjunction with her visit to Annapolis.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Oct. 12 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
"A 30-Plus Year Effort to Restore Chesapeake Bay," with guest Mark Bryer, Director of The Nature Conservancy’s Chesapeake Bay Program. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Friday, Oct. 14 - Forum: the Unsustainable Spiral of Growth
7 - 9 p.m., Anne Arundel Community College Center for Applied Learning & Technology (CALT), Room 100,
101 College Parkway, Arnold

With the belief that a self-driven spiral of growth is detrimental to all residents and sustainable, the Chesapeake Environmental Protection Association has assembled a panel of experts to discuss growth in the Chesapeake region including true costs, planning and financing methods, performance assessment and recent successes. Free admission.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 15 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 15 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
8 a.m. - Noon., Ritchie Highway (Route 2) & Jones Station Road, Severna Park
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friends of quiet waters parkSaturday - Sunday, Oct. 15 & 16 - Art at the Park
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis
Save the date for this yearly celebration of the arts and nature.
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farmers' marketSunday, Oct. 16 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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Wednesday, OCT. 19 - Recycling Facility Tour: Let's Talk Trash
10 a.m., Waste Management Materials Reclamation Facility, 7175 Kit Kat Road, Elkridge
Ever wonder where your recycling goes? Tour this single-stream recycling facility, the largest in the nation, serving the greater Baltimore-Washington area as well as Howard and Anne Arundel Counties. On this hard-hat tour, learn what goes into the recycling process. A $10 donation to Annapolis Green is requested. The tour is limited to the first 10 people who sign up. Adults only. Wear close-toe shoes. Transportation is not provided but we can arrange car-pooling.
Tour is full. To sign up for the waiting list, email Elvia Thompson

living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Oct. 19 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
"Chesapeake Conservancy's New Imaging Technology for Chesapeake Bay Restoration," with guest Jeffrey Allenby, Director of Conservation Technology, Chesapeake Conservancy. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, Oct. 20 - Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis Speakers Series
7 - 9 p.m., Annapolis Friends Meeting House, 351 Dubois Road, Annapolis
Topic: Community Solar. Speakers: Cory Ramsden, MD SUN; and Gary Skulnick, Neighborhood Sun. Cosponsored by the Maryland Climate Coalition.
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make a difference daySaturday, Oct. 22 - Make a Difference Day / Fall GreenScape
usually 9 a.m. - noon - various locations throughout Annapolis
Fall GreenScape is being celebrated as part of Make a Difference Day, a national program that encourages groups and individuals to volunteer in their communities. Volunteers may order up to 200 bulbs, which include 100 tulip and 100 daffodil bulbs for each project. The bulbs are free and available on a first come-first served basis with a reservation. Reservations for bulbs will be accepted starting Sept. 12. Bulbs must be planted in public spaces within the City of Annapolis. To order, email Marisa Wittlinger, and provide name, phone number, organization (if applicable), number of bulbs requested, and what public landscape area will be planted.

farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 22 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 22 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
8 a.m. - Noon., Ritchie Highway (Route 2) & Jones Station Road, Severna Park
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quiet waters parkSaturday, Oct. 22 - Master Gardeners’ 2016 Compost Demonstration
10 - 11 a.m., 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis
Learn about how do home composting! And make sure to visit our adjacent native plants garden to learn more about native plants that grow at the park. Demonstrations will be canceled in the event of heavy rain or excessive heat warnings. Park admission is $6 or free with an Annual Parks Pass.
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farmers' marketSunday, Oct. 23 - Pumpkin Festival at Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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sierra clubTuesday, Oct. 25 - Sierra Club Outing: Middle Patuxent Environmental Area/2016 Conservation Stewardship Project & Invasive Species Removal
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (Time Tentative), Middle Patuxent Environmental Area, 5795 Trotter Road, Clarksville
The Conservation Stewardship Project, a joint program of the Howard County Master Gardeners and the Howard County Recreation & Parks, targets the problem of controlling invasive exotic species in the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area (MPEA). Volunteer work dates occur monthly from March through November, skipping July and August. Each date includes an educational component concerning the target invasive species or work area for the day. The 1,021 acre MPEA, established in 1996, contains a diversity of habitat types. Invasive Species removal will be at South Wind Circle Trailhead Clegg’s Meadow, to remove Autumn Olive.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Oct. 26 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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cafe scientifiqueThursday, Oct. 27 - Cafe Scientifique: Forty Years of Change -- A Seabird Responds to a Melting Arctic
6:30 - 7:30 p.m., 49 West Coffeehouse, Wine Bar and Gallery, 49 West Street, Annapolis
Speaker: Dr. George Divoky, Arctic Seabird Ornithologist­­. Come early to order food and drink before the presentation begins.
Information: Contact Annapolis Café Scientifique Coordinator Tracy Gill

sierra clubFriday - Sunday, Oct. 28 - 30 - Sierra Club Outing: Hiking Assateague Island National Seashore
Depart from Van Dorn Metro Business Center, 5400-5432 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, Va.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary year of the National Park Service with an extended weekend hiking tour of Assateague Island National Seashore. Located along Virginia's Eastern Shore Atlantic coastline, Assateague Island is famous for its historic lighthouse, wild ponies, pounding Atlantic surf, and teeming marshes stretching to the horizon. Autumn brings the annual bird migration, with Canadian geese filling the marshes and Chincoteague Bay. Hiking includes the Atlantic shoreline, and trails through Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. Optional sea kayaking available on Chincoteague Bay. Camping will be at a private campground near the historic village of Chincoteague.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 29 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSaturday, Oct. 29 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
8 a.m. - Noon., Ritchie Highway (Route 2) & Jones Station Road, Severna Park
Last market at this location for the season.
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farmers' marketSunday, Oct. 30 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Nov. 2 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Nov. 5 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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scenic rivers land trustSaturday, Nov. 5 - Paddle & Potluck on the Patuxent with the Riverkeeper®
2 - 4 p.m., Patuxent Riverkeeper Center, 17412 Nottingham Road, Upper Marlboro
The Scenic Rivers Land Trust is partnering with Patuxent Riverkeeper® to celebrate the Patuxent and the importance of land conservation to our rivers. The paddle will be led by the Patuxent Riverkeeper®. Bring your own or rent your gear on site at the actual location where British soldiers landed during the War of 1812. Stick around after the paddle and enjoy a bonfire (it’s Guy Fawkes Day, after all). Enjoy potluck with the Patuxent Riverkeeper® and Scenic Rivers Land Trust staff for a fun evening. Please bring a dish to share.
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farmers' marketSunday, Nov. 6 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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sierra clubSunday, Nov. 6 - Sierra Club Outing: Susquehanna River Hike
11 a.m. - 5 p.m., depart from Norman Wood Bridge, , Pa.
Strenuous 6 to 8 miles along the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania.
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first sunday arts festivalSunday, Nov. 6 - First Sunday Arts Festival
11 a.m. - 5 p.m., West and Calvert Streets, Annapolis
Street festival, art market, entertainment venue, and arts & craft fair all rolled into one. Free admission.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Nov. 9 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Nov. 12 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Nov. 13 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Nov. 16 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Nov. 19 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Nov. 20 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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sierra clubTuesday, Nov. 22 - Sierra Club Outing: Middle Patuxent Environmental Area/2016 Conservation Stewardship Project
9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (Time Tentative), Middle Patuxent Environmental Area, 5795 Trotter Road, Clarksville
The Conservation Stewardship Project, a joint program of the Howard County Master Gardeners and the Howard County Recreation & Parks, targets the problem of controlling invasive exotic species in the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area (MPEA). Volunteer work dates occur monthly from March through November, skipping July and August. Each date includes an educational component concerning the target invasive species or work area for the day. The 1,021 acre MPEA, established in 1996, contains a diversity of habitat types. Invasive Species Eradication will continue at South Wind Circle Trailhead Clegg’s Meadow, to remove Autumn Olive.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Nov. 23 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Nov. 26 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Nov. 27 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Nov. 30 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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scenic rivers land trustThursday, Dec. 1 - Land Conservation 101 for Landowners
6 - 8 p.m., Deale Community Library, 5940 Deale Churchton Road, Deale
Have you thought about preserving your land, but aren’t quite sure what that entails? Learn about the basics of conservation easements and what this opportunity can do for you. Experts will provide information, options, and answers to your questions. This is a free workshop, but registration is required by Nov. 29. For more information contact Sarah Knebel at sarah@srlt.org or 410-980-6837.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Dec. 3 - Holiday Festival at Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Dec. 4 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Dec. 7 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Dec. 10 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Dec. 11 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Dec. 14 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Dec. 17 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
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farmers' marketSunday, Dec. 18 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
Last Sunday market at this location.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Dec. 21 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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farmers' marketSaturday, Dec. 24 - Anne Arundel County Farmers' Market
7 a.m. - Noon., 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, Annapolis
Last Saturday market at this location for the season.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Dec. 28 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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