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  1. ACLT's 12 Hikes in 2021 Challenge!!

    January 12, 2021 - December 31, 2021 @ American Chestnut Land Trust

    Hike at ACLT once a month every month in 2021 and win some really cool prizes! Not to mention all the great benefits to your physical and mental health and well-being! Every time you visit ACLT’s trails, use the QR code located at all trailheads to sign in to be sure your hike is counted! Everyone’s a Winner! All adults who complete the challenge win ACLT merch! Choose from water bottles, knit hats, gaiters, mugs or baseball hats! Children receive free ACLT decals and stickers. PLUS one winner will be drawn to win THE GRAND PRIZE which includes a free t-shirt from the ACLT online store and a $25 gift card to Smoothie King!

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  2. LIVE OTTER CAM at Calvert Marine Museum

    March 1, 2021 - June 30, 2021 @ Online

    Miss seeing your favorite otters at Calvert Marine Museum? Wait no longer!! You can now check in with Chumley, Calvert and Chessie Gracie on the Calvert Marine Museum's live web cams.

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  3. Creatures in the Garden: Read, Imagined & Othersworldly @Ann Marie Sculpture Garden

    March 1, 2021, 10:00 AM - August 22, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center

    Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Art Center is transforming the grounds of the 30-acre sculpture garden into a wondrous menagerie of real, imagined, and otherworldly creatures. Works will be installed amongst the woods, trails, trees, lawns, and patios of the sculpture garden.

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  4. On Paper: Printmaking, Book Art and Beyond at Annmarie Garden

    March 1, 2021, 10:00 AM - September 26, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center

    The Kay Daugherty Gallery at Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center will feature On Paper: Printmaking, Book Arts & Beyond. Selected work will highlight the expanse of printmaking and book arts as an artistic discipline. Techniques such as relief printing, etching, lithography, paper making, book binding, letterpress, collage and papercut will be explored. All works should showcase the unique process and craftsmanship that goes into each handmande paper, print, or collage. Select media welcome; small to large-scale works; indoor and outdoor works; cash awards will be presented.

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  5. Virtual - Calvert Marine Museum Fieldtrip Experiences!

    March 2, 2021 - June 30, 2021 @ Online

    This school year, join CMM for a virtual fieldtrip experience! The CMM Education Team has created FIVE new and unique programs for students K-5 to engage in activities focusing on paleontology, estuarine biology, and maritime history. Each program is available to public, private, and homeschool groups. You must complete registration for your requested virtual fieldtrip experience and we will send you the corresponding website link.

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  6. Baby Birding

    March 11, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary

    It's never to early to start learning how to be a birder. Join us as we show your child the wonderful world of birds. Discover what a bird is, how we find them in nature and test your skills with a birding scavenger hunt!

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  7. Sea Squirts: All about Boats

    March 11, 2021, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Calvert Marine Museum

    This program is designed to invite adults and children 18 months to 3 years to discover the museum together through music, stories, and special activities. Join us for story time and a take away craft, available while supplies last. Sessions are 15-20 minutes. Capacity limited to 12 people per session.

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  8. Maryland in the Age of Sail Lecture Series

    March 11, 2021, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online Zoom with Calvert Marine Museum

    Join Mark Wilkins, CMM Curator of Maritime History, as he explores topics ranging from European influences, to the tobacco trade, to the Civil War on the Chesapeake and more, through the 20th century. For our first lecture, we will investigate the need for European nations to explore the oceans and seas of the world. Due to shrinking internal commerce, sea traders ventured far and wide to import new goods to their native lands—infusing their economies with exotic goods from faraway places. Via Zoom, a link to the lecture will be posted on our lecture page prior to the event.

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