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July 2013

Tribute Band Night

Sir Rod replicates the sounds of Rod Stewart under the Bandshell. 7-9:45pm at Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa: 410-257-5596; www.cbresort.com.

Town Hall Meeting • free

Talk about the social, environmental and economic realities of Calvert’s Comprehensive Plan, the county’s roadmap for local projects. 7-8:30pm at College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick Campus, off of Rt. 231: 410-535-0291; www.calvert.lib.md.us.

Jazz in the Park

Whitmore Park is the coolest spot in town to enjoy jazzy jams for The Dixie Hotel Jazz Nights, named after a popular historic hotel. Bring lawn seating and a picnic. 6-8pm at the Park, on Calvert St., Annapolis: 410-268-2874; www.friendsofannapolisparks.com.

KIDS Sea Squirts • free

Kids 18-months to 3-years-old enjoy stories and songs about trees. 10:30-11am at Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons. 410-326-2042; www.calvertmarinemuseum.com.

St. John’s Open Lectures • free

All welcome to hear Joseph Cohen talk about the compatibility of belief in miracles with a scientific understanding of the world. 8pm at St. John’s College’s Key Auditorium, Annapolis: 410-626-2539; www.stjohnscollege.edu.

Kneseth Israel Summer Films

Watch Hitler’s Children, a documentary interview, and listen to family members of Nazis from Hitler’s inner circle on the guilt they carry with them. Popcorn and soda served. 7:30pm at Congregation Kneseth Israel, 1125 Spa Rd., Annapolis. $5: 410-263-3924; www.knesethisrael.org.

Rockin’ Beach Music

Jim Quick and the Coastlines play under the Bandshell. 7-9:45pm at Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa: 410-257-5596; www.cbresort.com.

Mobile Career Center • free

Step aboard the 38-foot mobile career center to get job counseling and resume help, search for jobs and get connected with Southern Maryland JobSource. 1-4pm at Prince Frederick Library: 410-535-0291; www.calvert.lib.md.us.

Volunteer Lunch • free

Bring a brown-bag lunch to learn about volunteer opportunities at Annmarie Gardens. noon-1:30pm at the Gardens, Solomons: 410-326-4640; www.annmariegarden.org.

Turning Points Chautauqua • free

This year’s Chautauqua program focuses on turning points of history. Actors portray Rachel Carson, the mother of the environmental movement; Amelia Earhart, the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic; and Jackie Robinson, who ended segregation in major league baseball. All speak on their convictions and answer your questions. July 9, hear Rachel Carson; July 10 hear Amelia Earhart; July 12 hear Jackie Robinson. 6:45pm at College of Southern Maryland, La Plata: 301-934-7828; www.csmd.edu/Arts.