The Four Rivers Heritage Area is home to an extraordinary wealth of historic, cultural, and natural resources. Come visit a unique place where heritage is protected and shared, and where the traditions of the land and the water continue to shape our lives.
Stroll the historic streets and visit the heritage sites of Annapolis, Maryland’s capital city on the Chesapeake, where colonial era buildings are still in use, where the U.S. Naval Academy continues to train young officers, and sailing is a major pastime.
Step into the past at Historic London Town & Gardens, a colonial tobacco port being reconstructed using traditional building methods. Enjoy a leisurely drive through “South County”, with its historic churches, enduring horse farms, seasoned tobacco barns, and small maritime villages.
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Mark your calendar now for Four Rivers’ upcoming MANDATORY Mini-Grant Workshop, which will be held this Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. The workshop is FREE, please call 410-222-1805 to reserve your space!
The workshop is MANDATORY for all prospective Fall 2015 Mini-Grant Applicants. Please note that the Application & Guidelines have been revised from previous years. A digital version of the application (including scanned copies of backup information) are due VIA E-MAIL by October 9, 2015. The original, with signatures, MUST be dropped off or mailed to our office and received within 3 business days. Download the Four Rivers MINI-GRANT Application & Guidelines
The workshop will be held at the Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, located at 1101 Smithville Street in Annapolis. Four Rivers Executive Director Carol Benson and Linda Walsh, Accountant and Quickbooks ProAdvisor (Walsh and Associates) will be the speakers for the workshop. Download the Mini Grant Workshop Flyer. If something prevents you from attending this session, you MUST schedule a one-on-one session with Four Rivers staff as soon as possible.