Tickets available for crab feast fund-raiser

Neighbors

June 14, 1999|By Jeff Holland | Jeff Holland,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

TICKETS ARE available for a large crab feast at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Rowe Boulevard in Annapolis from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 6. The crab feast is the Annapolis Rotary Club's biggest fund-raiser by far, and proceeds go to local nonprofit groups.

Tickets are $32 for adults, $10 for children age 6 to 12. Children under age 6 are admitted free. Information: 410-841-2841.

Photography awards

Photographs taken by Annapolis residents Alan Weitzman and his 10-year-old son, Robert, won awards at the international Key Imaging Award photography contest recently.

Alan Weitzman won "Best of Show" honors with a photograph of a New York street scene. He also got first prize in the people category, and his shot of a boy running across a field on the Eastern Shore won second place in the landscape category.

Weitzman is president of Weitzman Inc., an advertising agency in Annapolis.

Robert Weitzman received an honorable mention for an abstract using Polaroid film. He was the youngest photographer to enter a photograph in the competition.

Archaeology for kids

Youngsters can learn how archaeologists uncover the buried stories of Annapolis' past by digging a simulated archaeological site, as well as by visiting a real one, when the Historic Annapolis Foundation presents a hands-on-archaeology workshop from 9: 30 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 26.

The program is the summer event in the foundation's ongoing series of quarterly "Kids & History Days."

Participants will learn about the work of Archaeology in Annapolis, co-sponsored by Historic Annapolis Foundation and the University of Maryland, College Park.

Students will practice basic archaeological techniques as they unearth, screen, reassemble, identify and analyze artifacts at a simulated dig.

Then, children will see how those same skills are used by university students to excavate this summer's Archaeology in Annapolis field school dig site at an 18th-century property in the city's historic district.

The cost is $5 per child (minimum age 8) with one accompanying adult admitted free. Up to 20 children can attend, and registration is required.

The program will break for lunch at noon; participants should bring or buy their own lunch.

The event will begin at the William Paca House and Garden at 186 Prince George St. Call Glenn Campbell at 410-263-5554, Ext. 23, for information and to preregister.

Music institute

For six weeks beginning June 28, Annapolis will play host to students from around the world attending the Heifetz International Music Institute.

The Heifetz Institute is a summer program for serious violin and viola students, founded by acclaimed violinist Daniel Heifetz.

Heifetz has won the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and the Merriweather Post Competition in Washington.

For six weeks, students will live in the homes of music-loving families in Annapolis.

This year's curriculum includes an extensive schedule of private lessons, open master classes, public recitals and festival concerts.

The public can hear a series of weekly Monday evening student recitals at the 49 West Coffee House at 49 West St. in Annapolis from June 28 through Aug. 4.

On Wednesday afternoons, beginning June 30, the Heifetz Institute will present open master classes from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the historic Charles Carroll House in Annapolis.

All master classes are taught by Heifetz, and the public is invited to wander in and get a free view of the teaching process.

Heritage society raffle

The annual $10,000 raffle sponsored by the Shady Side Rural Heritage Society is under way. Two thousand tickets will be sold at $10 each.

The winning ticket will be drawn Oct. 17 at the society's fall festival to be held at the Captain Salem Avery House Museum.

You can buy tickets by mail by sending a check payable to the society to P.O. Box 89, Shady Side, 20764.

Information: 410-867-2660.

Going for the record

On Saturday, the Kevin Reichardt Foundation will try to break the Guinness world record for the most players in a lacrosse game. The really big game, called "All Lacrosse the Ages," begins at 8 a.m. at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold. Male and female players of all ages may register.

Information: 410-741-0381.

Pub Date: 6/14/99

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