Punxsutawney Phil has prognosticated an early spring, but it doesn’t feel like spring in Chesapeake Country. Like many a cold-hating human, Bay Weekly’s movie-loving groundhog Chesapeake Chuck remains hiding in his burrow.
Hear Charles Norton, a nuclear regulatory engineer, talk about a Fukishima nuclear power plant meltdown scenario at the Maryland Society of Professional Engineers’ monthly meeting. 6:30pm at Double T Diner, Annapolis: 410-263-0794.
Hear the youth choir Voices in Praise to celebrate Ash Wednesday at Friendship United Methodist Church. 7:30pm at the church, 22 Sansbury Rd., Friendship: 410-257-7133; www.gbgm-umc.org/friendshipumc-md.
Author and editor Elisavietta Ritche guides you in the art of writing your creative memoir. Bring 12 double-spaces copies of your memoir, 500-800 words, to share with the group and work on. 2-3:30pm at Prince Frederick Library: 410-535-0291; www.calvert.lib.md.us.