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Events This Week: November 1-7

Nov 01 2021

Events This Week: November 1-7

There are a lot of great events this week, but you’re especially not going to want to miss our Annual Heritage Awards and 20th Anniversary Celebration. Read all about this year’s Heritage Awards honorees and then join us this Thursday!

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Events This Week

Founding Freedoms Walking Tour

  • Date: Monday, November 1, Friday, November 5 & Saturday, November 6
  • Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
  • Location: William Paca House and Garden, 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis
  • Host Organization: Historic Annapolis

Take advantage of the special opportunity to combine a tour of the home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence with a viewing of special printings of the very document he signed! Your experience begins with a 45-minute tour of the William Paca House and Garden. Your tour continues with a short stroll to the Maryland State House as your guide points out highlights of Annapolis history and architecture. At the Maryland State House, your guide will lead your visit to the Founding Freedoms: The Essential American Documents exhibition which tells the story of the formation of the United States from the patriotic ideals fought for in the Revolutionary War to the democratic principles of the Founding Generation in their creation of our government. Cost to participate is $20 General Admission; $10 for Children (3-17); $10 for HA Members.

A Historical Profile of Life on Churchton’s Broadwater Creek

  • Date: Tuesday, November 2
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Cedar Grove Ministry Center at Cedar Grove United Methodist Church, 5965 Deale Churchton Rd
  • Deale
  • Host Organization: Deale Area Historical Society

The Deale Area Historical Society presents “A Historical Profile of Life on Churchton’s Broadwater Creek: Tracing a family, their farms and their community.” A member of the Deale/Churchton community will narrate an excellent presentation with photos, maps and commentary about property located on Broadwater Creek off Rodgers Road. Not only history and photos of the property but the surrounding Churchton area, to include Schools, Stores, and the various other farms and creeks in the area.

Discussion – Illustrator to Artist: Winslow Homer and the Public

Join a discussion “Illustrator to Artist: Winslow Homer and the Public” with American art scholar Wilford Scott. This event is in conjunction with the Mitchell Gallery’s latest exhibit “A View from the Shore: Winslow Homer’s Impressions of the Coast” available exclusively in the Mitchell’s Gallery’s online gallery. This event is free to join. A zoom link will be made available on the Mitchell Gallery’s website.

Annual Heritage Awards and 20th Anniversary

  • Date: Thursday, November 4
  • Time: 5:00-7:00 pm
  • Location: Historic London Town and Gardens, 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater
  • Host Organization: Four Rivers Heritage Area

Celebrate history, heritage and excellence as the Four Rivers Heritage Area celebrates its Eighteenth Annual Heritage Awards and Twentieth Anniversary! These awards recognize individuals, organizations, programs and achievements that contribute significantly to our community by interpreting, promoting, preserving, researching and/or supporting our historical legacy. Tickets are $10 per person at Eventbrite or at the door. Light refreshments will be served. Please join us as we gather again in person to reconnect and celebrate this year’s outstanding honorees!

Odenton Heritage Society Open House

  • Date: Sunday, November 7
  • Time: 1:00-4:00 pm
  • Location: Odenton Heritage Society Historical Center, 1367 Odenton Road, Odenton
  • Host Organization: Odenton Heritage Society

Sharing new stories: this month’s Open House at the Odenton Heritage Society Museum will feature a display about Sappington School, an elementary school for African American children that stood near today’s roundabout from the 1920s to the 1940s. Located adjacent to Macedonia Methodist Church in a wooden building moved from Camp Meade, the school served area children until about 1950, when several Black schools in the area were replaced by George Washington Carver Consolidated School near Crofton. Desegregation later ended racially separated school systems. The OHS Historical Center is located at 1367 Odenton Road. Hours are 1 PM-4 PM. Admission is free. Wearing a mask inside the building is required. This event is free to attend.

As always, be sure to check the Four Rivers Heritage Area Events Calendar for the latest updates.