Explore African-American History at the Banneker-Douglass Museum

Banneker-Douglass Museum is named for two African-American leaders who helped to change the course of history, Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass. Banneker was a self-taught scientist, mathematician, and inventor whose direct correspondence with Thomas Jefferson helped to further the cause of abolition in the 19th century. Douglass led the charge to end slavery by first escaping from slavery himself, and…

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Learn How to Grow and Use Fresh Herbs at the My Victory Garden Cooking Class on December 28th

If you've been cooking with dried herbs—or worse, no herbs at all—then consider registering for the My Victory Garden Cooking Class on Thursday, December 28th at the Chesapeake Brewing Company. A hydroponics gardening expert from My Victory Garden, a local business, will enlighten you about the benefits of fresh herbs from 7 to 9 p.m. What the instructor has to…

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Don’t Miss Lights on the Bay Before the Holidays are Over

Don’t miss Lights on the Bay at Sandy Hook State Park, an impressive and enchanting ride through some truly spectacular light displays. For just $15 per carload, it’s a great opportunity to pile into your vehicle with family and friends and enjoy the dazzling light displays from the warmth of your car. Kids will love seeing the larger-than-life animated characters…

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Love Seafood? Check Out the Menu at Flamant

A newcomer to the local restaurant scene, Flamant is a cozy little bistro in West Annapolis that is looking to make a big impression on area foodies. This long-awaited replacement for The Giant Peach is already garnering praise on social media, despite its recent opening. The menu features seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients, while the chefs show classic continental flair, mixing…

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