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March 01, 2001|By Parijat Didolkar and Helen Jones

Ravens exhibition; paper workshop

Can't get enough of those Super Bowl champs, the Baltimore Ravens? Head over to the Maryland Historical Society at 5 p.m. today for the opening of "Ravens: Festivus Maximus Exhibitus," an exhibition celebrating the team's winning season. Highlights include the Vince Lombardi Trophy, Ray Lewis' alternate Super Bowl jersey, autographed collectibles and Super Bowl XXXV mementos. Tonight's celebration features an appearance by Poe, the Ravens' mascot, and a mini-tailgate party with ballpark food and other refreshments.

Want to save your child's first work of art or that 1968 Nolan Ryan rookie baseball card? While the football festivities are taking place, the historical society will also hold a workshop titled "Paper Conservation: From Comic Books and Trading Cards to Kids' Artwork." Learn how to properly preserve your comic books, children's artwork, trading cards and other paper memorabilia. Participants will also learn creative ways to display kids' projects.

The kickoff for "Ravens: Festivus Maximus Exhibitus" takes place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. today. The display continues through April 8. "Paper Conservation: From Comic Books and Trading Cards to Kids' Artwork" takes place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today. The kickoff and workshop are free. The Maryland Historical Society is at 201 W. Monument St. Call 410-685-3750, Ext. 321.

All about reptiles

Buy, sell and trade reptiles and reptile-related paraphernalia at the All Maryland Reptile Show Saturday at the Havre de Grace Community Center. Paraphernalia include pet food, literature, cages and heating supplies. No venomous or endangered reptiles permitted. All animals must be properly contained.

The show's hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $4. The center is at 100 Lagaret Lane, Havre de Grace. Call 410-526-4184.

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