Volume XI, Issue 52 ~ December 25-31, 2003

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Not Just for Kids

Chesapeake Country’s 2003 Babies
We welcome these new Bay Weekly readers!

Matthew Adam Shirley
Born October 31, 2003
Parents: Adam & Julie
Christopher Hays
Born
March 1, 2003
Parents: Brian & Teresa
Grandparents:
Nonna & Murpa Murray
Benjamin David Sturgell
Born January 12, 2002
Adopted March 22, 2003
Parents: Bobby & Lynn
Grandparents: Barbara & Bill;
HD & Susan Stewart
Sean Patrick Kyle
Born
October 4, 2003
Parents: Shannon & Steven
Grandparents: Sid Curl, Michael & Nancy
Kate Elizabeth Ryan
Born
April 23, 2003
Parents: Lisa & Kevin
Ryan Ortenzo
Born November 1, 2002
Parents: Brigette & Joey
Grandparents Wilma & John & Bill & Sharon Heffernan
Sydney Regina Lauria
Born
May 22, 2002
Parents: Salvatore & Jennifer
Elizabeth Suzanne Kosmerl
Born
February 18, 2003
Parents: Wayne & Margie
Joseph Sebastian Bradshaw
Born
September 3, 2001
Adopted November 18, 2002
Parents: Marllene & Brian
Leah Anne Merryman
Born
June 6, 2003
Parents: Michael & Susan
Jake Morgan Whitaker
Born
June 28, 2003
Parents: Sherry & Jeff
Christian Shepardson
Born
Sept. 25, 2002
Parents: Lorraine & Ward

Baby due in 2004?
Send us your baby pictures for next year’s baby round-up. Please include baby’s name, birthdate, parents’ & grandparents’ names to editor@bayweekly.com or mail to Bay Weekly Babies, PO Box 358, Deale MD 20751. Please also include your address and telephone number for our records (not for printing).

Kids’ Stuff

First Night is not just for adults. Sure, they’ll try and tell you about all the fun things they get to do, but there is a whole world waiting for you, too.

At First Night, not only can you get your face painted, learn about costumes and make-up in theater classes with professional actors (maybe a future movie star!) but you can also discover your wild side and march in the midnight parade. And there is so much more to do. By the time the fireworks go off you’ll be so tired you’ll want to fall asleep. But you can’t, because you’ll have to walk the adults back to the car. You know how they get if they stay up too late.

Children’s Theater Improv: Colonial Players
Learn what it takes to put a show together. These great actors can teach you everything you need.

Enchanted Forest Children’s Fun:
At Imagination/Creation Station, make animal masks and puppets of animals from folk tales. Wear your mask in the March to Midnight Parade.

Face Painters
Get your face painted in wild colors by one of the First Night Face Painters.

Interactive Children’s Music Experience:
At Instrument Petting Zoo, discover the hidden rock star within as you play instruments from around the world

And MUCH more …
3pm-2004 thruout downtown Annapolis. Adults pay $20 w/advance discounts. Kids under 6 or in kindergarten thru fourth grade in Anne Arundel County free: 410/268-8553 • www.firstnightannapolis.org.

 

 

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Last updated December 24, 2003 @ 11:47pm. Merry Christmas!!