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September 2017

Sep 27 2017

Pop-Up Heritage is a series of FREE special events each month in the Four Rivers Heritage Area. Join us in October! Brothers in Arms: The Revolutionary Service of James and Edmund Brice Monday, October 16 12:00-1:15 p.m. and 7:00-8:15 p.m. William Paca House and Garden 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis During the Revolutionary War, James Brice served as Captain of the city militia and Lieutenant of the county militia, positions that earned him the honorary title “Colonel.” But James Brice wasn’t the only Colonel in the family; his youngest brother, Edmund, a professionally trained artist, was...

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Sep 06 2017

Four Rivers Heritage Area is please to announce the availability of our Fall FY18 Mini-Grants! Applications in the new grant cycle are due by October 6 and funding decisions will be announced by November 1, 2017. The application is available on our website, here. Click on the Mini-Grants tab. These Mini-Grants are available for new heritage and preservation-related programs, activities, products, and events. We encourage Mini-Grant proposals that include collaborative partnerships and enhanced heritage tourism, preservation, and/or the stewardship of historical, cultural, and natural resources. Non-profit organizations and municipalities are eligible to apply for projects that will...

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Sep 06 2017

There’s a lot happening in Galesville these days, from ballfield commemorations to public genealogy workshops.  Hope Stewart of Four Rivers talked with Gertrude Makell, President of the Galesville Community Center and a Four Rivers Heritage Area Board member, about this South County town and her efforts to preserve its history.  The Galesville Community Center went from being uninhabitable to a beautiful center. Tell me about this process? The Galesville Community Center is located in one of the few remaining Rosenwald Schools in Anne Arundel County (schools built for African American children...

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