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2017

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aecWednesday, July 5 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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citizens' climate lobbySaturday, July 8 - Citizens' Climate Lobby Monthly Meeting
12:30 - 3 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, 333 Dubois Rd., Annapolis
RSVP: annapolis@citizensclimate.org
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homestead gardenspollinator meetupSaturday, July 15 - July Pollinator Meetup: Everything Monarch
10- 11 a.m., Homestead Gardens, 743 West Central Avenue, Davidsonville
Join Naturalist Lisa Bierer-Garrett as she discusses how to attract and support Monarch butterflies through gardening and the basics of raising Monarch butterflies. Free but registration is advised since space is limited.
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severn river associationTuesday, July 18- Severn River Association Annual Membership Meeting
7 - 9 p.m., Union Jack's British Pub, 2072 Somerville Road, Annapolis
Severn River Association educational series: Living Shorelines versus Stone Revetment – Point Counterpoint with
moderator Dan Mellin.
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haz matSaturday, July 22 - Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Day for Anne Arundel County & Annapolis Residents
8 a.m. - 2 p.m., Millersville Landfill & Resource Recovery Facility, 389 Burns Crossing Road, Severn
Get rid of toxics like pesticides, oil-based paints, harsh cleaners at this event. And learn about buying non-toxic products instead. In 2016, Anne Arundel County paid nearly $230,000 of your tax dollars to dispose of household hazardous waste received from residents. Although proper disposal of it is important, it is even more important to avoid purchasing hazardous items and substitute them with non-hazardous alternatives.
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Saturday, July 29 - Clicquot on the Creek: A Summer Lawn Party Benefit
2 - 5 p.m., Historic Charles Carroll House & Gardens, 107 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis
Celebrate summer at Clicquot on the Creek, hosted by Julie St. Marie Catering & Event Coordination. Enjoy an afternoon of picnicking, music, & Veuve Clicquot Champagne on the expansive lawn of the Charles Carroll House & Gardens overlooking Spa Creek in downtown Annapolis. Have a delicious picnic snack pack (serves two) or add additional items for a complete picnic lunch, packaged in a complimentary insulated tote. Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label will be available for pre-purchase and includes a complimentary Veuve Clicquot orange acrylic goblet. Sip a sample of Veuve, dance to our DJ, and play lawn games at this Grand Summer Lawn Party! A portion of the proceeds benefits Annapolis Green. the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. Admission $40-$75 includes three Veuve Clicquot tastings. Picnic snack pack for two is an additional $29.95.
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aecWednesday, Aug. 2 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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citizens' climate lobbySaturday, Aug. 12 - Citizens' Climate Lobby Monthly Meeting
12:30 - 3 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, 333 Dubois Rd., Annapolis
RSVP: annapolis@citizensclimate.org
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scenic rivers land trustWednesday, Aug. 16- Land Conservation 101 for Landowners
6:30 - 8 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 questions. An exciting new grant program that could provide a $3,000+ per acre incentive to encourage easements on forested land or land that could be planted in forest will also be discussed. This information is geared toward landowners with 10 or more acres. A FREE workshop, but registration is required by July 10.
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aecWednesday, Sept. 6 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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national drive electric weekSaturday - Sunday, Sept. 9-17 - National Drive Electric Week
A nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today's widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more.
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haz matSaturday, Sept. 16 - Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Day for Anne Arundel County & Annapolis Residents
8 a.m. - 2 p.m., Southern Recycling Center, 5400 Nutwell Sudley Road, Deale
Get rid of toxics like pesticides, oil-based paints, harsh cleaners at this event. And learn about buying non-toxic products instead. In 2016, Anne Arundel County paid nearly $230,000 of your tax dollars to dispose of household hazardous waste received from residents. Although proper disposal of it is important, it is even more important to avoid purchasing hazardous items and substitute them with non-hazardous alternatives.
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spa creek conservancyPaddleFESTSunday, Sept. 17 - Spa Creek Conservancy PaddleFEST
11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Capital SUP, 808 Boucher Avenue, Annapolis
Enjoy a day of fun on Spa Creek. Take an on-water guided tour, paddle at your leisure, enjoy food and drink and learn about the challenges to restoring the creek so that it will again be fishable and swimmable. Your participation supports Spa Creek Conservancy clean up efforts. Live music from 1 to 3 p.m. Tickets $50/adult includes food and paddle board; $40/adult if you bring your own vessel; $25/child under age 12.
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city of annapolisTuesday, Sept. 19 - City of Annapolis Primary Election
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aecWednesday, Oct. 4 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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haz matSaturday, Oct. 21 - Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Day for Anne Arundel County & Annapolis Residents
8 a.m. - 2 p.m., Northern Recycling Center, 100 Dover Road, Glen Burnie
Get rid of toxics like pesticides, oil-based paints, harsh cleaners at this event. And learn about buying non-toxic products instead. In 2016, Anne Arundel County paid nearly $230,000 of your tax dollars to dispose of household hazardous waste received from residents. Although proper disposal of it is important, it is even more important to avoid purchasing hazardous items and substitute them with non-hazardous alternatives.
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Sunday - Wednesday, October 29 – November 1 - Keeping History Above Water Conference: Annapolis
An international gathering hosted by the City of Annapolis in partnership with the Newport Restoration Foundation. Conference discussions will examine the increasing and varied risks posed by sea level rise to historic coastal communities, their built environments and traditional lifeways. Leaders in the fields of historic preservation, business, culture, tourism, economics, urban planning, environment, sustainability, design, engineering and public policy will participate in symposia, workshops, round tables and tours that focus on practical solutions and community engagement.
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aecWednesday, Nov. 1 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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alliance for the bayFriday - Sunday, Nov. 3 - 5 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay's 12th Annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum
USFWS National Conservation Training Center, 698 Conservation Way, Shepherdstown, WV
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city of annapolisTuesday, Nov. 7 - City of Annapolis General Election
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maryland lcvWednesday, Nov. 15 - Maryland League of Conservation Voters Environmental Leadership Awards Dinner
6 - 9 p.m., Loews Annapolis Hotel, 126 West Street, Annapolis
Awardees:
2017 Chesapeake Champion Award: Chesapeake Bay Foundation; 2017 Legislator of the Year: Delegate Kumar Barve; 2017 John V. Kabler Award: 2016 Prince George's County Promotores Class. Tickets $200 & up.
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aecWednesday, Dec. 6 - Annapolis Environmental Commission Meeting
7 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, 3rd floor conference room
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