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June 2013

Wootons Landing Community Day

Go kayaking, fishing and hiking and learn about Wootons Landing Wetland Park at the park’s community day. 10am-2pm at 4550 Sands Rd., Harwood: 410-741-9330; 

Power of Greens

Learn how greens from your garden can fight chronic diseases like arthritis, heart disease, strokes, cancer and diabetes. Take home recipes and plants. 10am-1pm at Willow Oak Flower and Herb Garden, Severn. $30; rsvp: 410-551-2237; 

Paper Flower Class

Create six flowers out of maps, cardstock, pins, buttons and embellishments. 10-11:30am at Historic Annapolis Museum, 77 Main St. $20 w/discounts; rsvp: 410-268-5576; 

Asbury Sale

Betty’s Closet sells new and gently used clothing, accessories and jewelry, the library brings books and Grannies’ Treasures sells housewares, furniture and miscellany, all to raise money for the Retirement Community’s Benevolent Care Fund. 9am-3pm in the auditorium at Asbury Solomons Retirement Community, Solomons: 410-394-3483;

Tour Thomas Point

Cruise to the Thomas Point Lighthouse to tour the national historic landmark and learn about life on the screwpile lighthouse. Two cautions: There’s one steep stretch and no potties. 9am; 11:30am from Annapolis Maritime Museum’s Barge House, Eastport. $70; rsvp: 410-295-0104;

Bowie’s Children of Eden

The Christian Community Presbyterian Church theater troupe dramatizes Biblical stories including Adam and Eve and Noah’s Ark in the musical Children of Eden. FSa 7pm; Su 2pm at the Church, 3120 Belair Dr., Bowie. $10 w/age discounts: 301-938-0973;

Last Weekend for Earnest

Watch as honorable Jack balances a double life with his alter-ego Earnest, a pleasure seeking scallywag, and learns his origins at Twin Beach Players The Importance of Being Earnest. Read Michelle Steel’s review in this week’s paper. Playing thru June 30. FSa 7pm; Su 2pm at North Beach’s Girls and Boys Club, 9021 Dayton Ave. $12 w/discounts; rsvp: 

Last Weekend for 2nd Star’s Camelot

“2nd Star’s Camelotis rich not only in sound but also in spectacle, with garlands and glitter, jugglers and masqueraders,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin of the classic story of King Arthur and the knights of the roundtable. Read the full review at under the arts & culture tab. Playing thru June 29. FSa 8pm at Bowie Playhouse, White Marsh Park, Rt. 3, Bowie. $20: 410-757-5700;

Canines & Cocktails for a Cause

Pooches and their people gather for a monthly party in aid of local charities. This month, join a pup-and-person look-alike contest to help Wounded Warriors help wounded veterans. 5-7pm at Loews Hotel’s WEST Kitchen outside patio, Annapolis: 410-263-8683;

Maritime Music Duo

Gary Larsen plays Irish flute, tin whistle, fiddle, piano and harmonica; Cindy Kalley sings along for a unique tapestry of contemporary folk and world music. Come early for beer, wine and lite bites (6pm). Show starts at 7pm at Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons. $10: 410-326-2042;