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April 2013

Lights Out On The Bunny Brothers Kids Show!

Event Date:  April 20, 2013 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm Lights Out On The Bunny Brothers- Kids Show!! Saturday, April 20, 2013 4:00pm | All Age Concert Chesapeake Arts Center in Studio 194 Theatre $12 Adults $5 Children 12 and Under *Call (410) 636-6597 for Kids Ticket! Location Chesapeake Arts Center 194 Hammonds Lane Brooklyn Park, Maryland 21225 United States See map: Google Maps

Mother's Day Art Event

Event Date:  May 11, 2013 (All day) - May 18, 2013 (All day) ART EVENT… The Framers’ Vise Gallery in Severna Park will be holding its 10th Annual Mother’s Day Art Event May 11-18. Featured works will include art on canvas and paper from over 100 international artists. Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 10-6pm, Sat 10-5, Sun – closed www.fvgallery.com 410-544-4142 Location Framers' Vise Gallery 955 Ritchie Hwy Arnold, MD United States See map: Google Maps

Stop the Week, Start the Weekend - Three Week Drop-In Meditation

Event Date:  April 5, 2013 - 7:30pm - April 19, 2013 - 7:30pm Three Week - Meditation Series: Stop the stress of a busy week and enter into your weekend with peace of mind. Shed your stress by relaxing your body and mind through simple guided meditations. Each class will include instruction, guided meditation, and time for you to ask questions. Everyone is welcome! KMC-Maryland Annapolis Branch 107 Ridgely Avenue Suite 14-A. Annapolis, MD Cost: $10per class $25/entire series, $35 with guided meditation CD Time: Fridays, April 5, 12, 19, 7:30 – 8:30p Location Kadampa Meditation Center Maryland - Annapolis Branch 107 Ridgely Avenue Suite 14-A. Annapolis, MD The entrance to the suite is in the back of the building. When y United States See map: Google Maps

Helping cats and kittens on their way to adoption

Perfection: our younger son, a philosophy major, insists there is no such thing. I disagree, because nature provided kittens.     True, kittens don’t stay kittens for as long as I’d like. Our house is too small to continually add more. So until we can retire to a cat ranch, my husband and I enjoy perpetual kittens as part of a five-county foster-home network. The payoff is twofold: along with contributing to an orphan’s bright future, we get the playtime fun a pet naturally inspires.

Bay Weekly tells you their stories

Chesapeake Country has so many denizens, and each has a story. Those stories flood into Bay Weekly. Nowadays most come to us by email, though personal visit, phone, fax, the postal service still add to the flow. Writers with open eyes and noses for news alert us to still more. Our advertising team adds to the volume, bringing us news of the many businesses of Chesapeake Country.

Tiger the orange tabby cat has been the resident blood donor at Mid-Atlantic Animal Specialty Hospital in Huntingtown for the past five years, saving hundreds of animal lives with his blood. At the age of seven and too old to continue in the job, he’s retiring. Now the cat that gave so much needs a home.

Bubbles and Squeak invite you to join the fun

Calvert Marine Museum’s most popular residents, river otters Bubbles and Squeak, are throwing parties to subsidize their enriched lifestyle.     The parties invite up to six guests over for breakfast. Bubbles and Squeak eat while guests look on and learn from estuarine biologist David Moyer. During breakfast, the otters paint, and after the party-goers collectively choose an authentic otter artwork that is clear-coated, named and authenticated.

New law funds spay-neutering with pet food surcharge

To combat shelter overpopulation and reduce the number of homeless animals euthanized, the Maryland General Assembly has passed the Animal Welfare-Spay/Neuter Fund-Establishment bill. Annual taxpayers savings of $8 to $9 million are projected.

Maryland’s license plate heron in identity crisis

You see him every time you drive to pick up Chinese. He’s lined up in the grocery store parking lot. You stare at him during rush hour. And now, you get to name him. He — or is it she? — is the blue heron on Maryland’s Treasure the Chesapeake licenses plates.     Who would have thought such a popular bird was nameless?     After 27 years, the bird is in identity as well as gender crisis.

Poopendous! author Artie ­Bennett turns  bodily functions into kid-appropriate art

“Matt said the F-word!” tattled five-year old Maya as my sweet little kindergartners did their morning color, cut and paste. I was shocked, but not so much when I learned that the F-word in question ended in -art. Children are intrigued by smells, noises and products of the bathroom.     This month the Key School welcomes a writer who turns references to bodily functions into kid-friendly and kid-appropriate art.