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January 2014

Family Flu Clinic

Get vaccinated against the flu. 3:30-7pm at the Calvert Health Department, Prince Frederick; first come, first served. $20 (children grades pre-K-12 free):

Resumes for the Digital Age • free

Hear author and nationally certified career counselor Anne Simcox Headley at a workshop based on her experience and her eBook Reflections on Resumes: Taking a Second Look. You’ll learn about formatting for the Internet, incorporating social media, using keywords, linking to work samples, understanding ethics and more. 2pm at Prince Frederick Library; rsvp: 410-535-0291;

Watermen and the Bay

Will Hemsley — painter and filmmaker living and working on the Eastern Shore who comes from a family of watermen — shares insights on the water community thru excerpts from his film and slides of his paintings and discusses community issues; refreshments served. 7-9pm at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center Educational Bldg., Grasonville. $10; rsvp: 410-827-6694;

Maryland Writers Workshop

Hear local book publisher Denise Camacho talk about her experiences in starting a traditional publishing company and about the differences between traditional and indie publications at the Maryland Writers’ Association Annapolis Chapter meeting; open to all. 6:30pm at Maryland Hall, Annapolis. $5 w/discounts:

Full Moon Hike

Ages 16 and up appreciate the beauty of Biscoe Gray Heritage Farm at night under the light of the Wolf Moon. This is a moderately strenuous hike of approximately 2 miles at a brisk pace over hilly and uneven terrain for two hours with minimal stops. Hiking boots or shoes a must. 6-8pm at Briscoe Gray Heritage Farm, Prince Frederick. $8 w/discounts: 410-535-5327;

Captain Avery Museum Lecture

The popular Winter Luncheon Lecture series opens with soup, homemade bread and dessert, leading to David Gendell talking on the 19th century racing yacht America. 11am at Captain Avery Museum, Annapolis. $90 for the series of six; $20 singly if space allows; rsvp: 410-266-8846;

Junior League of Annapolis Open House

Women 21 and older meet members, learn about the mission and activities and apply for membership for the Spring 2014 provisional training classes at the Junior League of Annapolis Open House. 6:30-8:30pm in the JLA Community Rm., Lubrano Dr., Annapolis: 443-995-2540;

Key School Open House

Families with children grades K-4 meet faculty, see classes in session and talk with current parents; preschool visitors have hands-on activities in classrooms. 9-11:30am at The Key School, Annapolis: 410-263-9231 x1226;

Lexington Park Quilter’s Guild • free

This month’s meeting features philanthropy quilts. Bring your charity quilt tops and backing to learn quick, easy methods for finishing. Show and Tell features favorite charity quilt patterns, charity quilts and your latest creations. Bring non-perishable food for the food pantry; new members welcome. 6:30pm at Good Samaritan Church, Lexington Park:

Camera Enthusiasts Talk • free

Discuss Visual Culture at Bowie-Crofton Camera Club’s photo talk meeting. 7:30pm at All Saints Lutheran Church, Bowie: 301-249-6300;