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June 2017


Disabled people and families, caregivers and friends sail for fun with Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating. 9:30am-2:30pm, Sandy Point State Park, rsvp:

The Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton

Come early to enjoy the Back Creek setting and to eat and drink from an array of food and beer trucks. All seats reserved. Limited handicapped seating, parking. Rain or shine. No coolers or chairs. 7pm, Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons, $45-$89, rsvp: ­


Visit live sharks and Atlantic sturgeon in the Corbin Pavilion; learn fascinating sharktoids; study fossils; paint a shark mural; play in the Shark Game Show; pose in front of Megalodon’s fossilized jaws; make shark crafts; get your face painted ($5); and more. 10am-5pm, Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons, $9 w/discounts:    

Tour Thomas Point

Tour Thomas Point Lighthouse and learn about life on the screwpile lighthouse. Two cautions: There’s one steep stretch and no potties. 9am & noon, from Annapolis Maritime Museum, Eastport, $75, rsvp: 415-362-7255.

Pat Garvey Plays

7-11pm, Brian Boru, Severna Park:

Zoso Rocks the Dock

7-9:30pm, Chesapeake Beach Resort, $16.75, rsvp:

Tides & Tunes

Hear The Corsicans; bring lawn seating; no coolers. 7-8:30pm, Annapolis Maritime Museum, Eastport, $10 donation:

Save the Bay

Claudia Donegan from the Center for Habitat Restoration and Conservation describes community-inspired ecological restoration projects that help clean up the Chesapeake Bay. 7pm, Edgewater Library, free: 410-222-1538.

Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra

6:30pm, Maryland Hall, Annapolis, free:

Café Scientifique: The Hidden 430

Sam Droege enlightens you on hundreds of bee species you know nothing about. 6pm, 49 West Coffeehouse, Annapolis, free, rsvp: 410-262-9796.