recommended - some programs fill up, others may be cancelled due
to insufficient advance registration. Please call 410.990.1993
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, May 6:Movie under the Stars
8:00pm - Outdoor Showing of
"Tom Sawyer" at Park Plaza, Bring lawn chairs, blankets. Courtesy
of the Merchants' Association of Park Plaza
Saturdday, May 7: Old Fashioned Group Games (for
Teachers, Parents and Group Leaders)
8:30 -11:30 am MSDE certificate
awarded to participants. $30.
Saturday, May 7: Aunt Polly’s Picnic
Take a trip back to Tom
Sawyer’s time! Special recognition to foster/ adoptive /
honorary parents and guardians. Can you bring a lunch that
didn’t rely on using electricity? Live music by the Weems Creek.
Jammers. 12 -3 pm. Free.
Saturday, May 7 : Lead On, Harriet!
Learn about a famous conductor
on the Underground Railroad and take a “ride” to freedom!
Harriet Tubman comes to life in our award-winning hands-on
history program. Ages 9 to adults. 7 - 9 pm. $10. One adult
is admitted free for every 5 children in your group.
Tues., May 10: The Trial of Muff Potter
Performed by the King William
Players of St. John’s College in the historic courtroom at the
Anne Arundel County Courthouse, 8 Church Circle, Annapolis.
Period costume is encouraged. Suggested for ages 6 and up. 10
am. Call for parking suggestions. Free.
Saturday, May 14: Outdoor Adventuring Sunday,
May 15: Outdoor Adventuring
Nature crafts, scavenger hunt,
games 1:30-3:30 pm. Ages 6 to 9 years. $8 per child.
Friday, May 20: Reception for Mark Twain
with community partners and
members of book clubs. 7-9 pm. RSVP: 410-990-1993.
Saturday, May 21:(Model) Raft Building
We’ll build a model creek! Mark
Twain will stroll and tell tales.
9-11 am. Ages 1 and up. $5 includes all materials and museum
Saturday May 21: Adult seminars on The
Adventures of Tom Sawyer,
led on campus by St. John’s
College tutors (faculty). Pre-registration is required for the
seminars at www.sjc.edu/programsandevents/bigread
9:30 am coffee and check-in
10-11:30 seminars in McDowell Hall. Free. Box lunch available
for advance purchase at $12. Picnic tables are just outside.
1:30 p.m. Mark Twain speaks, in the Great Hall, McDowell Hall,
St. John’s College. Free
Saturday, May 21: 1907 Reception and Mark Twain
Maryland State House, State
Formal 1907 attire suggested. Take a photo
with Mark Twain for a nominal fee.
Music by Maggie Sansone on hammered dulcimer. 3-5 pm. FREE.
Saturday, May 21: Mark Twain, Storyteller
Doors open at 6 1/2 . The
trouble will begin at 7. Recommended for ages 6 and up. $5.
Advance tickets are encouraged. .
Parents and children alike will enjoy learning about the local
environment with indoor and outdoor activities (weather
permitting). See what critters live in our woodlands and
creek. Share stories, songs, games and crafts.
This program is free with admission.
and Story Time
We are eager to share the passion for great children’s
literature and creative visual expression with our youngest
visitors. Children ages two to five-years-old and their
accompanying adults can share books, flannel board stories,
puppets, and acting out stories along with related art and
Free with admission.
to Girl Scout leaders and parents:
CCM has planned events for Girl Scouts for the current school
year. Troops can also arrange to come to work on badge
requirements or service projects. Pick up a schedule or ask
that one be mailed or emailed to you: 410-990-1993 / email@example.com.
home schooling families: Let’s get together at CCM!
Call 410-990-1993 to coordinate!
of arranging a field trip, you can have the museum come to
you! Call or email to inquire about workshops for your
class, youth group, birthday party or community event.
Telephone: 410-990-1993 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org