1994 rural heritage calendar features drawings by 9 artists cost is $7.50


November 01, 1993|By LYN BACKE

A collector's item is in the works in Shady Side -- the 1994 South Anne Arundel County calendar sponsored by the Shady Side and Galesville Rural Heritage societies.

The calendar features the drawings of nine artists, chosen from 30 who submitted works to a contest held earlier this year.

The Shady Side scenes and winning artists are: The Ford House by Aleta McHale of Crofton, workboats on Parrish Creek by Allison King Pearson of Shady Side, the Captain Salem Avery House Museum by Richard Twomey of Shady Side, Cedar Point Creek by Harry Early of Stevensville, a fish fry at Lula Scott's by Pat Crandall and Weems House by Brian McKenna. McKenna and Crandall live in South County.

The Galesville scenes are Dixon's Station and the Topside Inn by Laura Emley Dixon of Galesville, the Galesville Community Hall and a Chesapeake 20 by Marnette Clemons of Berwyn Heights, the West River Market by Pam Tittle of Millersville and Woodfield's Fish and Oyster House by Pat Crandall.

The calendars will be ready for distribution late this month. Orders can be placed now by calling the Captain Salem Avery House Museum at (410) 867-4486 or (410) 867-4763. The calendars are $7.50 each, with a $1.50 additional charge for mail orders. They can be picked up in person at the museum on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Interested buyers should call ahead to check availability.


The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra inaugurates its Family Concert this Sunday, with performances at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in Maryland Hall.

Symphony spokeswoman Pat Edwards is enthusiastic about the uniqueness of the affair. "It's going to be fun for the whole family. They'll be learning, but having a wonderful time in the process."

Before the concert, children will have an informal opportunity to meet the musicians and see the instruments. The specially scripted concert gives an introduction to the instruments and the sounds they make, and includes helpful advice on how to enjoy a concert.

Ballet music by Prokofiev is the order of the day, and the 4-foot-tall Bob Brown Puppets add their own magic and charm to the afternoon.

Tickets for the Family Concert are $5 for children and $10 for adults. They can be purchased in advance by calling 263-0907, and at the door on Sunday.


Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts will be active the night before the Family Concert, too, with the return of the Windham Hill Winter Solstice Tour. This is the fourth consecutive appearance of the tour at Maryland Hall. The group consists of Liz Story, Joel DiBartolo, Nightnoise and Alex DeGrassi.

Tickets for the concert are $22 for Maryland Hall members, $24 for others. To charge tickets, call the box office at 263-5019.

Patrons with hearing disabilities are reminded that Maryland Hall has installed an AUDEX infrared listening aid, available without charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who already own an infrared receiver will be able to use it, as all infrared systems are compatible.


What must certainly be one of the loveliest evenings of the year comes round for the second time this Friday.

It's Annapolis by Candlelight, featuring tours of 19 private homes and historic buildings in the Duke of Gloucester Street area. The tour includes a reception at Charles Carroll House from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Tickets are $25 and reservations are recommended. For more information or to order tickets, call Historic Annapolis Foundation at 267-7619.


There may be no free lunch, but there is free mulch in Annapolis.

The byproduct of the city's yard waste-recycling program is being deposited at 345 Chinquapin Round Road, the old Eastern Waste Industries property. It is available seven days a week through Nov. 20.

For more information, call the Department of Public Works at 263-7967.


St. John's College has signed up three area authors for its Book and Author Supper scheduled on Sunday, Nov. 21.

The Caritas Society of St. John's College will play host to the annual event, which raises money for St. John's students who have an emergency financial need.

Featured at the supper will be Paul Stilwell, editor of "The Golden Thirteen: Recollections of the First Black Naval Officers"; Mick Blackistone, author of "The Day They Left the Bay," a cautionary tale for children about Chesapeake Bay pollution; and Linda Grant DePauw, author of "Baptism of Fire," a science-fiction adventure set in 2080, with a woman naval officer as the protagonist.

The three writers will speak in the Conversation Room of Mellon Hall from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Supper will follow in the Frances Scott Key lobby.

Reservations at $20 a ticket may be made by sending a check for the Caritas Society to Jane Middleton, 705 Americana Drive, No. 15, Annapolis 21403.

The supper will also feature a raffle, with a wide array of attractive goods and services including local restaurants and tickets for cultural events.

Copies of the three books will be available for purchase.

A long-time Caritas member is an author in her own right. Marion Borsodi has recently published her second book of poetry, "Small Town," based on life in and around Annapolis. Proceeds from the sale of "Small Town" also will benefit the Caritas Society.


Quiet Waters Park launches a series of children's nature programs called Quiet Waters Nature Explorers on Sunday at 2 p.m. The first presentation, designed for children ages 5 to 12, is on live snakes.

Other programs in the series include: birds, on Dec. 12; spiders, on Jan. 9; squirrels, on Feb. 6; and frogs, on March 6.

Preregistration for the programs is required and must be made in person at the park office. A $2 donation is requested, and children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

For more information, call Ranger Lisa Shore at 222-1777.

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