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September 2017

Book art workshop at St. John's College

Event Date:  Repeats every 7 days on the 1 of October every Saturday until Sat Oct 28 2017 . Also includes Sat Oct 21 2017, Sat Oct 28 2017.October 7, 2017 - 10:00am - 2:00pm The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College announces the launch of a new book arts workshop that is open to members of the Annapolis community, led by noted artist and bookmaker Joan Machinchick. The workshop will run on Saturdays, October 7, 14, 21, and 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mitchell Gallery St. John’s College. Registration is open to people ages 16 and up. No experience is necessary. Most supplies will be provided. Tuition is $310 for Mitchell Gallery members; $325 for non-members. Location The Mitchell Gallery at St. John's College 60 College Avenue, St. John's College Annapolis, Maryland United States See map: Google Maps

Baltimore Fairy Scary Ball

Event Date:  Repeats every day until Fri Oct 27 2017 . October 27, 2017 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm Fairies, Elves and Mermaids Gather in Baltimore “Fairy Scary Ball” http://www.ninaamaya.com/fairy-scary-ball.html Contact information: Church of the Guardian Angel Baltimore, MD - October 27, 2017 at 335 W. 27th St., Baltimore MD 21211 Location Church of the Guardian Angel 335 W. 27th Street Baltimore MD 21211 United States See map: Google Maps

Annapolis Candidates Forum on the Environment

Event Date:  October 25, 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm Join us for a moderated discussion on environmental issues facing the City of Annapolis with the two general election candidates for Mayor of Annapolis. This public forum, with a moderated question and answer format, will feature incumbent Mike Pantelides (R) and challenger Gavin Buckley (D). Elvia Thompson, President of Annapolis Green, will moderate the discussion. City Council candidates for all eight wards have been invited to attend so constituents may speak with them in small group sessions following the mayoral presentations. https://www.csgannapolis.org/candidates-forum Location Congregation Kneseth Israel 1125 Spa Road Annapolis United States See map: Google Maps

The stories behind the businesses in your community

AFC Urgent Care Providing the best patient experience possible, when you need it most      AFC Urgent Care, formerly Doctors Express, is a well-established full-service urgent care center. Husband Rick and I opened our center in Edgewater over five years ago to bring the best possible urgent care to people in and traveling through this centrally located community. 

More Do-Not-Sprayers

     Would you pass along this info to all your readers and to Betsy Detwiler, Neeld Estates regarding her thoughtful piece on CIDES Killing Mother Nature.

The Postcard Finds Another Reader

Re: The Postcard; Sept. 14: www.bayweekly.com/node/39983        Having lunch in Severna Park, I picked up your paper’s Sept. 14 edition. Several articles were quite interesting. However, The Postcard by Sarah Jablon really caught my attention.

That’s what our businesses are doing. Are we?

     You sailors and wayfarers of Chesapeake Country know what I mean. You’ve traveled long and far, and your journey, if it happens to be for pleasure, is about to cross over into discontent when — in the middle of nowhere — you bump into just the inn, tavern or gas station you’ve been longing for. 

Not a perfect match but fun to watch

     This historical dramedy returns us to 1973, when Billie Jean King (Emma Stone: La La Land) ranks among the biggest names in tennis — yet earns one of the smallest paychecks. The rationale is that men are more fun to watch — yet women’s events sell as many tickets. To change the status quo, King convinces the female tennis players of southern California to join in a women’s tour.
1977 Jersey Sportfish Flybridge with twin re-powered 375 turbo Cats. New Generator and more. $69,000 obo. 410-610-0077.

Parker Quartet Concert at St. John's College

Event Date:  October 13, 2017 - 8:00pm - 9:30pm ANNAPOLIS, MD. – Returning to St. John’s College for the tenth consecutive year, the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will perform a program of classical music by Mozart, Ligeti, and Bartók. The concert, which is free and open to public, will be held in the college’s Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Friday, October 13 at 8 p.m. No tickets or reservations are required; seating is first come, first served. Location Francis Scott Key Auditorium at St. John's College 60 College Avenue Annapolis, MD United States See map: Google Maps