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January 2019

Huntingtown High Marching Hurricanes Mulch Sale

Event Date:  Repeats every week until Sat Mar 30 2019 . February 1, 2019 (All day) Huntingtown High Marching Hurricanes Mulch Sale EZ-Carry 2 Cubic Foot Bags of shredded hardwood mulch Black, red, brown and natural color mulch are available DELIVERY AVAILABLE ONLY FOR ORDERS OF 15 BAGS OR MORE OF ALL COLORS, WITH HHS DISTRICT ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED BY: MARCH 15, 2019 DELIVERY OR PICK UP DATE: MARCH 30, 2019 (pick up will be at Huntingtown High School from 8am-2pm.) FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO RECEIVE AN ORDER FORM: - email [email protected] - go to and click "Mulch Sale" to print your order form Location Huntingtown High School 4125 Solomons Island Rd. Huntingtown, MD. 20639 United States See map: Google Maps

Marbling Day at ArtFarm!

Event Date:  February 16, 2019 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm We are having a marbling day at ArtFarm where you can drop-in between noon-4pm and marble til your heart's content. We'll have the option to marble pieces of quality paper and/or a silk scarf. No need to signup, just stop in and pick your pieces out to marble! Each piece takes about 20 minutes to create and about 20 minutes to dry. First come, first served. All ages! Cost: Scarf: $35 Paper: 2 for $10 Location ArtFarm Annapolis 45 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States See map: Google Maps

Ukrainian Egg Decorating Workshop

Event Date:  April 13, 2019 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm Creating a New World Vision From Ancient Design (Supplies included in registration) Considered by many to be a "sacred magical art", the creation of a talisman with specific intentions written into the life-giving egg, the Pysanky is an ancient means to celebrate the cycles and events in nature and in life. Created using motifs rooted in nature and the cycles of life, designs are made with simple instruments (made of wood and copper) called kistkas, the humble materials of beeswax and candlelight, and intensely vibrant dyes. Location ArtFarm Annapolis 45 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States See map: Google Maps
This issue invites you to come on in
     Restaurant peeping is one of the pleasures you give up to live in much of Chesapeake Country. We who live in the country or suburbia just don’t get it. Shopping strips and centers can’t touch it. Only Annapolis, Solomons and the Twin Beaches offer the density of destinations that encourages you to stroll through town, seeing what’s on offer before you make your choice.
Welcome Maria Price and Gardening for Health      I’ve been missing the advice of the late Dr. Gouin, and was so happy to see Maria Price in your pages to keep up our garden spirits. Already have ordered her recommended viburnum, and tried the timely ginger tea recipe. Looking forward to continued wanderings in company of Ms. Price        Many thanks.
      Welcome to Bay Weekly’s ­annual Dining Guide, a tour of good eats and good eating. In this ­special issue, you’ll visit the many restaurants, delis, groceries and seafood markets whose advertising in our pages brings you Bay Weekly 52 weeks of each year. Most are locally owned, and all are in our neighborhoods.
      Each is unique in its offerings — from fin- and shellfish fresh from the Bay to fine beef to satisfying preparations and presentations whether homestyle or exotic to regionally famous wines and beers to inventive cocktails.
     Read, explore, enjoy — and as you taste your way to new knowledge, please say I read about you in Bay Weekly.
Angelina’s Italian Kitchen What’s your story?          Angelina’s Italian Kitchen, located on Route 214 in Edgewater, is a small, quaint carryout with four tables should you choose to eat in. Named after the owner’s great-grandmother, Angelina Canestra, who found so much joy in cooking for family and friends, the restaurant prides itself in serving all homemade Italian food daily. 

They’re at their best when it’s cold

      The oyster, Chesapeake Bay’s favorite bivalve, is never more delicious than when the weather and the water are cold. The supply is so close at hand that oyster fanciers of Chesapeake Country can often choose them by their terroir.      Here’s your guide to finding fresh oysters here in Chesapeake Country and how they’re served. Enjoy!     Annapolis

Sugar Face Dachshunds Sherman and Annie frolic on Animal Planet’s Dog Bowl 

     Two local Sugar Face dachshunds, Sherman and Annie, may out-cute Puppy Bowl rompers as they show their skills on the football field at the Second Annual Dog Bowl on Animal Planet.          Aged 14 and 12, the doxies represent Sugar Faces Senior Dog Rescue of Southern Maryland.

Conservation groups combine powers

      Just two weeks after the South River Federation and the West/Rhode Riverkeeper began their unified partnership as the Arundel Rivers Federation, two more regional watershed groups have tied the knot.          The Severn River Association and the Back Creek Conservancy have merged their operations into one watershed organization. Both will operate under the Severn River Association masthead.

Project Opportunity helps entrepreneurs get started

      Ideas may have the power to change the world, but they don’t become reality through wishful thinking. They take hard work.          Joe Giordano knows just how much work.          He’s the founder of Project Opportunity, a program to help veterans turn their ideas into reality. Giordano isn’t just an idea veteran; he’s a military veteran, too.