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  • Friday, November 12, 2021

    • Art Exhibition @ Quiet Waters Park Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm Locations: Quiet Waters Park Details:

      The gallery is located within the park Visitors Center. Featured artists shall be:

      Annapolis Arts Alliance, Mixed Media, Willow Gallery; Franciscka Needham, Paintings, Garden Gallery Artist “Meet and Greet” on October 24, 2021.

    • Field Work Fridays Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Locations: Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary Details: Kick off the weekend with the great feeling that comes with doing good and important work! Join our Field Work Fridays at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary. Every Friday rain or shine, volunteers join staff naturalists to tackle a stewardship project in need of support. Projects include invasive plant removals, trash clean-ups, gardening, citizen science monitoring, and more. Volunteers are welcome to bring a bagged lunch to enjoy after our work is completed. No prior training or experience is necessary to join our Field Work Fridays! Free. Ages 8 and up, minors must be accompanied by a guardian. A notification email will be sent on Thursday to registered participants verifying the project and location. To register go to and click on the event.
    • Ice Rink at Quiet Waters Park (Opening Day) Time: 3:00pm - 9:00pm Locations: Quiet Waters Park Details:

      Weather Permitting

      Grab your ice skates and join us for opening day of the Quiet Waters Ice Rink. Skates, helmets, and walkers are available for rent. Park admission fees and additional ice rink fees apply. For more information visit the Quiet Waters Park page at

    • Campfire Chat Series @ Lake Waterford Park Time: 6:30pm - 7:00pm Locations: Lake Waterford Park Details:

      Theme: Conservation in the Chesapeake Watershed

      Please join Dr. Sally Hornor (Magothy River Association) and Watershed Steward Meghan Petenbrink as we discuss the biggest challenges facing the Bay's health and highlight everyday changes we can implement to conserve and protect this invaluable resource.

      Gather around a campfire at one of your favorite parks this fall for a series of engaging and informative
      chats. Each week Park Rangers and local experts will lead discussions on a different theme, exploring topics about wildlife, conservation, history, survival skills, folklore and more. Bring a portable camp chair and share s’mores and stories by the fire, or sit back, relax and enjoy the evening. A $5.00 registration fee covers program costs. Prepackaged s’mores supplies will be provided. Guest speakers and topics will be announced via social media.
      Please register online. $5/participant. Open to those aged 5 and up (children ages 5 to 17 must be accompanied by an adult). #27031

      (Rescheduled from September 17th)