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Jan 22 2019

On Thursday, January 17, Four Rivers presented a workshop entitled, "Improving the Visitor Experience for Visitors with Physical Disabilities," which took place at the Annapolis Maritime Museum in Eastport. The speakers at the workshop included Marian Vessels, former Director of the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center; Caleb Berkemeier, Training Specialist at the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center; and Meredith Peruzzi, Manager and Curator at the Gallaudet University Museum. The speakers shared a number of resources that will be useful to the staff at local heritage museums and attractions. They include: Website of the Mid-Atlantic ADA center:...

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Nov 26 2018

Four Rivers Education Committee Presents: Improving the Visitor Experience for Visitors with Physical Disabilities. This training will provide knowledge and understanding about the experiences of people with physical disabilities, including tips on how museum professionals can enhance the visitor experience at their sites for all patrons...

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Nov 02 2018

Four Rivers: The Heritage Area of Annapolis, London Town and South County, will hold its Fifteenth Annual Heritage Awards on Thursday, November 8, 2018, at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis. These awards recognize individuals, organizations, partnerships, programs and products that contribute significantly to the community by interpreting, promoting, preserving, researching and/or supporting our historical legacy....

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Aug 28 2018

Four Rivers: The Heritage Area of Annapolis, London Town & South County seeks nominations for its Fifteenth Annual Heritage Awards. These awards recognize individuals, organizations, partnerships, programs and products that contribute significantly to the community by interpreting, promoting, preserving, researching and/or supporting our historical legacy....

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Aug 09 2018

Four Rivers has invited the new Interim Assistant Director to write on heritage-related topics she is passionate about. Thank you, Lisa! By Lisa Robbins Have you ever read an article that seems to solidify or condense many of your thoughts in an eloquent yet thought-provoking way? This happened recently as I was reading “Truth or Consequences,”an article by Tim Grove in the Spring 2018 issue of History News (The Magazine of the American Association for State and Local History [AASLH]). I have worked in museum education for over 15 years and am...

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