Four Rivers Announces Maryland Day Events
Four Rivers Heritage Area makes it easy for visitors to enjoy the Ninth Annual Maryland Day Celebration in Annapolis and Southern Anne Arundel County, coming up on March 18-20, 2016. Details of the 38 events taking place are posted on the event website, www.marylandday.org, and a full-color brochure with the full event program is available at the Visitors Center at 26 West Street in downtown Annapolis, and at the locations of all 20 of our partners. To get more information about parking, restaurants, shopping, etc., go to the Visit Annapolis website: www.visitannapolis.org.
For the NINTH year in a row, Four Rivers Heritage Area is partnering with regional heritage organizations and businesses to showcase the area’s historical, cultural and natural heritage. Events and activities will take place throughout the Maryland Day Celebration weekend of March 18, 19, and 20 for one dollar or less; many of the activities are FREE!
- Visit Annapolis and Anne Arundel County: Visitors Center, 26 West Street and Information Booth at Annapolis City Dock
- Annapolis Green: 92 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis
- Annapolis Maritime Museum: 723 Second Street and Creek View Drive, Eastport
- Annapolis Tours by Watermark®
- Captain Avery Museum: 1418 East West Shady Side Road, Shady Side
- Charles Carroll House of Annapolis: 107 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis
- Chesapeake Bay Foundation: 6 Herndon Avenue, Annapolis
- Chesapeake Children’s Museum: 25 Silopanna Road, Annapolis
- City of Annapolis: “Walk Parole – Annapolis”
- Deale Area Historical Society: Historic Village at Herrington Harbor North Marina: 389 Deale Road, Tracys Landing
- Galesville Community Center: 916 West Benning Road, Galesville
- Galesville Heritage Museum: 988 Main Street, Galesville
- Hammond-Harwood House: 19 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis
- Historic Annapolis: Historic Annapolis Museum & Store: 99 Main Street, Annapolis; Hogshead Living History Center: 43 Pinkney Street, Annapolis; William Paca House and Garden: 186 Prince George Street, Annapolis
- Historic London Town and Gardens: 839 Londontown Road, Edgewater
- Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts: 801 Chase Street, Annapolis
- Maryland State House (with Maryland State Archives): 100 State Circle, Annapolis
- Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College: Mellon Hall, 60 College Ave, Annapolis
- United States Naval Academy, Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center: 52 King George Street, Annapolis
- West/Rhode Riverkeeper (with Anne Arundel Public Water Access Committee, Maryland Park Service, and Lost Towns Archaeology): Franklin Point State Park, Dent Road, Shady Side
Bring the whole family to Annapolis and Southern Anne Arundel County for three days of fun, interactive and educational activities that celebrate the best of Maryland’s unique history, natural resources, and culture. Visitors are invited to take a selfie with something special at each participating site – then upload your photos to Twitter, Facebook, and/or Instagram using the hashtag #MDSelfie. Our theme this year is “Generation to Generation;” our activities will encourage meaningful conversations and the sharing of memories, so start planning your visit today!
Download the full press release here: Full Maryland Day 2016 Press Release REVISED 2.