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1:00 pm

Learning at London Town: Pollination Exploration

May 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Historic Annapolis Museum Store, 99 Main Street
Annapolis, MD
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This month is for the birds! We’ll go searching for the pollinators both large and small that keep our garden beautiful. Along the way, we’ll discuss the importance and conservation of pollinators, and you’ll help us enhance our pollinator habitat. ​$8 for member children, grades 1 – 4 or $10 for non-member children, grades 1 – 4. Pre-registration is required. Limited availability.

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5:30 pm

Wine & Dine in the Garden

May 12 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
William Paca House and Garden, 186 Prince George Street
Annapolis, MD 21401 United States
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Back by popular demand! Dine al fresco at the William Paca Garden, the crown jewel of Annapolis. Experience a four-course dinner with a specially curated menu as you enjoy the beauty of our picturesque English Garden. Extravagant food and wine, along with the unparalleled service of Ken’s Creative Kitchen, will create an unforgettable evening. Registration required by May 5. Limited seating available. Seatings will be available for parties up to 6 per table. You will be contacted closer to the event date to arrange your seating preferences. Doors will open at 5:30 pm; dinner service starts promptly...

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7:00 pm

Virtual Lecture – The Women of Chateau Lafayette

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Named one of 2021’s Most Anticipated Historical Novels by Oprah Magazine! An epic saga from this New York Times bestselling author - based on the true story of an extraordinary castle in the heart of France and the remarkable women bound by its legacy. Most castles are protected by men. This one by women. A founding mother…A daring visionary... A reluctant resistor... The Women of Chateau Lafayette is a sweeping novel about duty and hope, love and courage, and the strength we take from those who came before us.

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“After the Fashion of His Country”- Asia and Asians in the 18th Century Mid-Atlantic

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Asia was known for centuries in Europe, and the British were keen to profit off the exotic goods through commerce. This trade was far from a one-sided exchange, it was a dialogue between two very distinct cultures. Goods, ideas, and people flowed through trade routes established by the British East India Company and reached as far as the 13 colonies (soon, the nascent United States). These goods, and yes, even people, arrived as distant foreigners in a strange land, but left an indelible mark that has only recently been uncovered....

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