Events With On Going Dates

September 2021 thru March 2022 - The 2nd District Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad (2ndDistrict VFD & RS) Auxiliary will be Raffling off a Bad Boy Lawn Mower, Kohler7000 Series 747, ZT Elite Model with 54" Cut,  Tickets are 1 for $10.00 or 3 for $25.00; Drawing 03/18/2022 at 2nd Dist. VFD & RS Auxiliary Meeting (DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN); For tickets or more info contact: Robin at 240-577-0270 or Janie at 240-298-1896.

 

Parents, family & friends of Park Hall Elementary students, support of your child's growing education and social interaction through involvement with your local PTA. Registration is always open.  Contact the school or parkhall.pta@gmail.com for more details. There are also opportunities to volunteer at events.  Plus you can run for board membership.  Simply support by paying the $5 membership fee.

 

Southern Maryland JobSource, located in the Southern Maryland American Job Centers, continues to offer services and tools to assist you in your search for meaningful employment. Services are offered both virtually and in person at the American Job Centers.  We welcome you to utilize our resource rooms to search for open positions and apply for them online.  Assistance from our dedicated resource and job specialists is also available.  Workshops are available on several career-related topics both virtually and in person.  For location information including location hours, please visit the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland’s website at:  tccsmd.org/workforce-development.

 

Three Oaks Center (TOC) is seeking qualified individuals and community leaders to serve as board members.  Meetings are held every 3rd Thursday of the month at noon.  Applicants should have a history of community service and a high regard for improving the lives of the homeless and those in need of permanent and supportive housing.  References are required to process your request to become a board member.  Questions may be directed to Lanny Lancaster, Executive Director at 301-863-7361.  Please email your letter of intent with your contact information to threeoaks@threeoakscenter.org or mail to: Three Oaks Center Attn:  H/R Committee P.O. Box 776, Lexington Park, Maryland 20653

 

 

 

The American Legion Post 82 in La Plata is seeking an experienced, full time Lounge Manager. To apply, please submit your written resume to: American Legion Post 82 PO Box 441 La Plata, MD 20646 Attn: Adjutant

 

 

If you have a problem with alcohol contact AA. It works for thousands of people and it can work for you. Visit www.aa.org. Or, Southern Maryland Intergroup Toll Free: (800)492-0209
www.somdintergroup.org

 

 

The Southern Maryland Compassion Center is a non-profit with a mission to serve the needs of the poor in southern Maryland. Volunteers run the daily operations and move the trailer every month between locations at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Bryans Road, First Lutheran Church in Huntington, and Grace Lutheran Church in La Plata.  This is the yearly fundraiser to offset the cost of moving the trailer, utilities, repairs and supplies.

 

 

Do you know or Love someone struggling with substance use? They want help. You want help, but just aren't sure where to start? Why not allow someone that has walked this path before you, help to navigate. At Maryland Coalition of Families, all of our professionally trained Family Peer Support Staff have "Lived Experience", so we can honestly say, "we've been there". Substance Use affects the whole family. They deserve recovery, and so do you. Together, we can make it happen. MDcoalition.org - 410-730-8267

 

 

Pax River Quilts Guild is open to everyone. If you become a member you can join in Quilto Game nights online and online sit and sews, and Guest Speakers. Currently meetings are online using Zoom , the 2nd  Monday of each month at 6:30pm. Following CDC Guidelines. Call Cindy for more info how to join 301-769-1151 or email prqgsomd@gmail.com for application to join.

 

 

Pets with Disabilities need your help. They have not met any of their fundraising goals this year and the dogs are still coming in needing help. Please donate to Pets with Disabilities today. We are currently caring for 30+ dogs that all need continued medical care. ALL the dogs that come to PWD require specialty vet care. The vet bills for 2020 have exceeded $120,000. The cancellation of our "in person" fundraisers was devastating for the rescue. Visit www.petswithdisabilities.org to donate.  Or send a monetary donation to Pets with Disabilities 635 Clay Hammond Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678.

 

 

Boys and Girls ages 5 through 20 are invited to join Scouts! We offer a variety of programs, including Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing, Sea Scouts and STEM Scouts! Go to BeAScout.org to find a unit near you! Some units are currently meeting in socially distanced settings and other are meeting online or a combination of the two. You can also call 240-395-0606 for more information about Scouting in Southern Maryland!

 

 

The Maryland Veterans Museum in Newburg is open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm.  We now have entrance fee of $5 ages 14 – adult, $2 per child ages 7 – 13 and children 6 and under are Free.  We also now have annual memberships of $24 individual and $36 for family.  We ask everyone to please wear a mask.  We have masks available if needed. For more information visit https://www.mdvets.cc/

 

 

 

 

 

Vist one of the Drayden African American Schoolhouse Open Houses one Saturday of Each month. On June 5, June 19, June 20, July 3, August 7, September 4, October 2 fromn 11 am to 2 pm.  Check out the renovated schoolhouse and learn about its rich history and importance to education in St. Mary's County. Staff will be available at the school during this time to answer any questions and provide information.

 

 

Center for Abused Persons offers a broad range of services to Charles County residents that aim to support adults and adolescents affected by intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and/or childhood sexual abuse. Services include 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling, victim advocacy, support groups, abuse intervention programming, and community education. Don't suffer in silence. Call CAP's 24 hour crisis hotline at 301-645-3336.

 

 

Explore how the prehistoric past, natural environments, and maritime heritage come to life and tell a unique story of the Chesapeake Bay. The Calvert Marine Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Keep up to date with the latest from CMM by following us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

 

 

The Catherine Foundation Pregnancy Resource Center has helped more than 36,000 pregnanant womebn and families in the Southern Maryland area since 1983. Last year, the center provided over $65,000 in services and $80,000 in material assistance free of charge to the recipients and at no cost to taxpayers. To donate to the Catherine Foundation, please visit http://catherinefoundation.org/emergency-relief

 

 

Take a moment today to download the new Calvert County Sheriff’s Office mobile app free of charge from the app stores. Receive timely alerts about COVID-19, see our Most Wanted, and search for an inmate. You can also submit a confidential tip with photos. Please download the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office app today, and share it with family, friends and neighbors. Thank you for helping us make Calvert County a safer place!

 

 

The St. Mary’s County Department of Aging & Human Services is proud to support a program through the Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA) called Maryland Senior Call Check. Maryland is the first state in the country to start a FREE, opt-in, telephonic service to check on Maryland’s older residents across the state. This program is for seniors living alone to check on them daily. This free service will place an automated daily call to the participant at a regularly scheduled time. If the call is not picked up after three attempts, the service will call an alternate person on your behalf to check on you. If your alternate does not pick up or you do not have an alternate, the local authorities will be contacted to perform a wellness check. MDoA recommends all seniors use the program as a resource during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Senior Call Check phone lines are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The verification and enrollment process can be completed within 24 hours Monday-Saturday. MDoA will provide messages and updates regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. For more information, call 1-866-50-CHECK (1-866-502-0560) or register online at www.aging.maryland.gov.

 

 

Are you a victim of a crime? You do not have to face that tragedy alone. For 37 years, the staff and volunteers at the Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center, Inc have helped ease the suffering of victims of crime in Maryland with dignity, respect and compassion. Despite the pandemic, we continue to provide assistance navigating the legal system, free legal consultation regarding victim’s rights, and assistance with social service organizations. Our staff of dedicated advocates and attorneys may be reached at 877- VICTIM1, that’s 877-842-8461 or on-line at www.MdCrimeVictims.org. All our services are free! The Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center Inc, . Continuing the mission of the Stephanie Roper Foundation. Call 877-VICTIM1.

 

 

The Neighborhood Creative Arts Center, a new non-profit community arts center, is now open at 106 St. Mary's Avenue,in La Plata.  Take a class in Music, Art, Sewing, Ballroom Dancing, Ballet, and Dance, Kid's Yoga, Musical Theater and more. NCAC;s many talented teachers offer classes in Music, Art, Sewing, Ballroom Dancing, Ballet, and Dance, Kid's Yoga, Musical Theater,  Puppetry, Music and Movement for babies and toddlers, Entrepreneur Workshops for Children and more! Neighborhood Creative Arts Center also offers many homeschool events and programs, including Mock Trial, Fun Fridays, Model UN, A Good Old Fashioned Science Fair, and a Homeschool Academy. Please check out neighborhoodcreativeartscenter.org for more information about our free classes, free trial music lessons, and upcoming Spring programs and Summer workshops!  If you would like to present a class or workshop, please reach out through the NCAC website. For more information, feel free to call Ms Georgia at 301-542-9359.

 

 

Project Home is a program that provides housing to adults who need supervision and assistance with daily living because they are unable to live on their own. A Project Home Provider offers care in their own home for 1 to 4 residents. St. Mary’s County Department of Social Services (DSS) is seeking Project Home providers to support the program. 
Who (Project Home Provider): Someone 21 years or older with the ability to provide care in their home and a willingness to assist an adult with a disability. Must have income in order to meet their own household expenses without Project Home reimbursement funds. 
Who (residents): Adults 18 years or older who have a mental, developmental, or physical disability, or are elderly and are unable to live on their own. 
For more information, please contact Lachele Love at 250-895-7077 or Meagan Ricker 240-895-7043

 

 

 

Every day, children across Charles, Calvert and St. Mary’s counties are removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect. Although Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) continue to serve more of these children each year, the need for CASA volunteers continues to grow as more children enter the child welfare and court systems. CASA volunteers work one-on-one with an abused or neglected child, advocating for his or her best interests. CASA volunteers don’t require any specific education. All they need is compassion, objectivity, and a commitment to children. Anyone interested in becoming a CASA Volunteer should visit https://center-for-children.org/programs/court-appointed-special-advocate-casa/ for more information, or reach out to the CASA of Southern Maryland casa@center-for-children.org or call NaQuita Coates, Training and Recruitment Specialist, at 410-535-3047.

 

 

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the Nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated t building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental Illness.  NAMI SoMd provides free education and support groups for those suffering with a mental illness as well as their family members.  Family support groups meet the 3rd Tuesday in Charles County at Body of Christ Church, Waldorf; 3rd Thursday in St. Mary's at the Wildewood Community Center, and the 4th Thursday in Calvert at St. John Vianney Church.  Please contact 301.399.4148 for more information.

 

 

The Charles County (Maryland) Sheriff’s Office and Charles County Crime Solvers work together to solve crimes and hold criminals accountable for their offenses. Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person involved in criminal activity. For more information about Crime Solvers, contact Detective Sergeant Tim Miner, Crime Solvers Coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office, at 240-216-2173. PHONE**Call 1-866-411-TIPS to report a tip** * An operator takes information about your tip. * You will receive an identification number. * Your tip is provided to the investigating officer. * You must call back later to check the status of your information, using your identification number. Or call  https://www.charlescountycrimesolvers.com/

 

 

At the Center for Life Enrichment, our mission is to provide programs and support services that will increase the vocational and personal potential of individuals with disabilities. Our goal is to provide these services in a unique and individualized manner to improve overall quality of life. Increased independence, integration into the workforce, and the opportunity for social interaction is the focus of our services. The Center for Life Enrichment, Inc. Visit http://www.tcle.org/ For more information

United Way of Calvert County. The United Way of Calvert County (UWCC) was incorporated in 1980 to respond to the human service needs of Calvert County residents. We function as a leader in the community identifying needs and working most often in a collaborative way, to find solutions to those needs. Visit http://unitedwaycalvert.org


The United Way of Charles County coordinates fundraising and distribution to local non-profit agencies providing health and human services in Charles County. United Way of Charles County also provides information and referrals. For mor information visit http://www.unitedwaycharles.org/


The United Way of St. Mary's County supports 38 member agencies and human service programs throughout St. Mary's County. Donations to our annual campaign and throughout the year help our friends and neighbors to live healthier and more productive lives. For more information visit http://www.unitedwaysmc.org/


The Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region touches hundreds of lives every day. Our mission is to help people prevent, prepare for, and cope with emergencies. We are proud of the wide range of services that we provide throughout the state of Maryland. For more information visit http://www.redcross.org/md/baltimore


Bay Community Support Services (Bay-CSS) is a leader of services to people with disabilities throughout Central and Southern Maryland. Our services enable people with varying abilities, ages and life situations to live and work successfully in their communities. For more information visit http://www.baycss.org/


Calvert Hospice provides compassionate care and comfort to enable dying patients to live their last days in peace and comfort, with dignity and respect. Hospice neither shortens nor extends life, but aims to enhance the quality of life to the end. We do this through a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to meeting the needs of the patient and family. The Hospice team includes a registered nurse, a trained and licensed social worker, a member of the clergy, a certified home health aide, and, of course, community volunteers. For more information visit http://www.calverthospice.org/


The Center for Children believes that every child in need should have the opportunity to receive quality mental health care. We are dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and the promotion of positive mental health through crisis intervention, therapy, education, and advocacy. Since 1989, the Center for Children has assist over 50,000 children and families across Southern Maryland. Locations: La Plata, Leonardtown, and Prince Frederick. For more information visit http://www.center-for-children.org/


Christmas in April St. Mary's County is a local chapter of Rebuilding Together with Christmas in April, a national volunteer organization that, in partnership with the community, rehabilitates the homes of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may live in warmth, safety, and independence. We also provide help through work on community projects. For more information visit http://christmasinaprilsmc.org/


Christmas in April of Calvert County is a local chapter of the national volunteer organization. In partnership with the community, it rehabilitates the homes of low-income persons, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may live independently in warmth and safety. For more information visit http://www.christmasinaprilcalvertcounty.org/


Christmas in April Charles County is the volunteer organization started in 1990 that, in partnership with the community, rehabilitates the houses of low-income homeowners, elderly and disabled, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety and independence. After months of planning and preparation, Christmas in April culminates in a National Rebuilding Day on the last Saturday in April. Last year 1,051 volunteers of all ages, faiths and walks of life come together to help neighbors in the American barnraising tradition. For more information visit http://www.christmasinaprilcharlescounty.com/



The term Hospice comes from the medieval word for a place of shelter for travelers on a long or difficult journey. Today's Hospice provides care for those who are in the final phase of life's journey in the form of support for terminally ill patients and their families. The entire family is the unit of care. Hospice of Charles County is supported by gifts and donations and we are a United Way Agency. We depend upon financial contributions from individuals or organizations in the community in order to provide Hospice services in Charles County. For more information visit http://www.hospiceofcharlescounty.org/


HOSPICE of St. Mary's, Inc. is a not-for-profit service of St. Mary's Hospital that provides physical, psychological and spiritual care and comfort to those who are terminally ill and their families. HOSPICE also offers grief support to those families and to any community members who have experienced the pain of loss related to death, divorce, suicide, re-location, or other significant life change. HOSPICE is there when it hurts. For more information visit http://www.hospiceofstmarys.org/

 

 

It is the Mission of the Humane Society of Charles County (HSCC) to provide shelter and care for homeless, injured and neglected animals through adoption, fostering, community partnerships, education, and affordable spay-neuter and vaccine services. For more information or to donate visit https://humanesocietycc.org

 

The Humane Society of Calvert County, Inc., improves our community for animals and people by: sheltering and protecting animals from harm; placing them into caring, responsible homes; increase awareness through humane education and community outreach; endeavoring to reduce animal over population and to eliminate cruelty; serving as an advocate for animals by promoting humane standards; and enhancing the relationship between animals and people.  For more information visit https://humanesocietyofcalvertcounty.org/


It is the Mission of the Humane Society of Charles County (HSCC) to provide shelter and care for homeless, injured and neglected animals through adoption, fostering, community partnerships, education, and affordable spay-neuter and vaccine services. For more information visit https://humanesocietycc.org/

 

The Maryland 4-H Foundation was founded in 1959 to support Maryland 4-H Programs through its six Pillars of Purpose: Provide Scholarship to 4-H members, furthering their education; implement opportunities for Leadership Development; support the growth of 4-H in Maryland's Communities; provide funding for Project-Based State and National Trips; expand International 4-H Experiences; and recognize the generosity of our Volunteers and Donors. From awards ceremonies to tournaments to fundraisers, the Maryland 4-H Foundation has sponsored many 4-H events over the past fifty-six years. Regardless of the event taking place, the Maryland 4-H Foundation has built and managed the financial resources to support Maryland youth in reaching their fullest potential as competent, caring, and responsible individuals through Maryland 4-H Programs. If you would like to join 4-H, please visit http://extension.umd.edu/4-h/join-4-h for more information.


Patuxent Habitat for Humanity believes that substandard housing and homelessness are unacceptable. Please join us and our mission to activate faith and build hope! We are looking for people from all walks of life -- young and old, skilled and willing-to-learn, rich and poor -- to join in this mountain-moving venture! We invite you to join our team in whatever capacity you can! for more information visit http://patuxenthabitat.org/

 

The St. Mary's Animal Welfare League is a nonprofit, rescue organization that specializes in the rescue, care and placement of abused, neglected and homeless companion animals. Our animals are vaccinated, microchipped, spayed or neutered and receive medical treatment before being placed in carefully selected homes. We strive to educate the community in areas of humane education and responsible pet ownership as well as helping to control the pet overpopulation in our area by promoting the spaying and neutering of all companion animals. For more information visit http://smawl.org/

 

Historic Sotterley officially begins its Guided Tour season on Friday, May 7th, and we have a brand-new offering for 2021!  Along with our wonderful, guided tours with a trained docent, we will also offer a self-guided tour that can be accessed from your cell phone as you wander the site.  This self-guided tour will be available whether you take a guided tour or choose the Grounds Tour, and it will even be made available if you come for a visit on a day when the Visitor Center is not open.  (Grounds Tour fees still apply when Visitor Center is closed, and the fee applies to photographers.)  We are excited to share this new self-guided tour with our visitors and know that it will help bring Sotterley’s history and stories to life. Please be aware that our Guided Tours will still be outside for the time being, and the Visitor Center will be open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.   (This schedule is subject to change as the season progresses, however, so please check the website for updates.) Sotterley will follow CDC guidelines regarding COVID.  Reservations are available but not necessary.  Call if you would like to reserve a tour time—301-373-2280.
Guided tours will be held:· Friday and Saturday at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:00 pm. 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm· Sundays at Noon, 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm. The grounds are open seven days a week except for holidays.  Monday– Saturday from 10:00 am—4:00 pm on Monday through Saturday, and 11:30—4:00 pm.
Check out Historic Sotterley’s website for more information and to access its many virtual offerings!  www.sotterley.org

 

 

October 28th Events

Need help with an expungement? Have civil legal questions? On Thursday, October 28, 1-3pm, Calvert Library Prince Frederick is hosting MD Legal Aid. Meet briefly with an attorney for free at the library to get hands-on help.  "There will also be resources for job search, healthy lifestyles, mediation and more. " Register through the Calvert Library website at calvertlibrary.info or call 410-535-0291. 

October 29th Events

Calvert Rainbow Alliance will be hosting our annual trunk or treat event at Jefferson Patterson Park on October 29th from 5-9 pm. Come join in on the fun as we will have safe and friendly trunk or treating as well as vendors from Calvert and a Hocus Pocus tribute show. Covid regulations will be strictly enforced and volunteers and candy donations are welcomed and appreciated. For more information visit calvertrainbowalliance.org.
 
Boy Scout Troop 2421 will have a Spaghetti Dinner followed by Cake Auction on Friday October 29th at the Waldorf Elk Lodge, 2210 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD. Doors open at 5:00, dinner starts at 6pm. Proceeds will support BSA Troop 2421 Camping gear and Leadership Training for scouts.
 
Fall is here so come out with your family and enjoying Sotterley and its grounds - with extra added fun just for you!  We are excited to offer seasonal family fun activities to our community in Southern Maryland and to our many visitors.   Starting Friday, October 8th, enjoy special fall activities every weekend in October here at Sotterley. For our usual price of grounds fee or guided tour, enjoy these extra goodies at no extra cost:  
Wagon Rides (Saturdays 11:30-1:30, Sundays 12:30-2:00)  
Story Time with a different guest reader and book every week! (Saturdays 10:30)  
Scavenger Hunt  
Round Bale Maze  
While you’re here, peruse our pumpkin patch to purchase the best pumpkin for this year’s Jack-o-Lantern! Sign up for a Guided House Tour to get $1 off your pumpkin and show us your library card to get $1 off the price of your admission. Reminder for our members – your admission is FREE!  
Proceeds from pumpkin sales will go to supporting our Growing for Good program, which grows fresh produce to donate to our local food banks and pantries. Purchasing your pumpkin with us helps community members in need.  
 

October 30th Events

 

Disabled American Veterans Chapter 26 will have an information seminar on Saturday October 30th from 9:30 am until 2 pm at the Lexington Park Rescue Squad on FDR Boulevard. They will assist military veterans and spouses with VA Claims. For more information you can call 240-925-5493.

 

The Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad will have a Trunk or Treat on Saturday October 30th from 6 pm – 8 pm. There will also be hay rides and kids activities.

 

October 31st Events

The Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad will have Safe Candy Trick-or-Treating on Sunday October 31st from 5-7pm. They are opening their bays to the community for safe candy Trick-or-Treating!! Bring your little ghosts and goblins by for a safe and sweet Trick-or-Treat with our LPVRS Volunteers! Station 39- 21685 FDR Blvd., Lexington Park, MD 20653

November 1st Events

The public is invited to a special celebration of equity and justice for the unveiling of the historic marker commemorating Benjamin Hance, a young Black man from Leonardtown who is the only documented lynching victim in St. Mary's County in 1887. All Are Welcome: The ceremony will take place at the Old Jail Museum, located on the lawn of the St. Mary's County Circuit Courthouse in Downtown Leonardtown, followed by a brief reception on  November 1, 2021 at 4PM. The commemoration will be highlighted by state and local dignitaries and special guests recounting Hance's story as well as vocal, dance and other artistic presentations from area high school students in recognition of justice and equity for all. The official historic marker will also be unveiled to the public as a permanent reminder of Hance's story and hope for a better and more just society in the future. Background: On November 1, 2019, the St. Mary's County Museum Division, in partnership with the Equal Justice Initiative and other local partners, held a well-attended Soil Collection Ceremony in commemoration of lynching victim Benjamin Hance at Port of Leonardtown Winery Park, where Hance was said to have died in 1887. The public and dignitaries present placed handfuls of soil in the two large glass jars, one of which traveled to Montgomery, Alabama, and became part of the National Memorial for Peace & Justice, and the other stayed in St. Mary's County in the Old Jail Museum as part of an exhibit in commemoration of Hance's story. More Info: To learn more about Benjamin Hance's story, check out this video: https://bit.ly/HanceVideo This event is brought to you by the St. Mary's County Museum Division, the Friends of St. Clement's Island & Piney Point Museums, and other community partners. https://www.facebook.com/events/390010226066548

November 6th Events

Yard Sales sponsored by the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department's Auxiliary, from 8:00am to 12 noon at the NBVFD on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, beginning on September 11th   and September 25th, October 9th and October 23, (November dates are the 1st and 3rd Saturday) November 6  and November 20. Be a BUYER or a SELLER!  It's your choice!  Either way, we would like to see you there!  The cost to reserve a table is $15 for one or $25 for two. Tables must be reserved, in advance, by contacting Diana, after 5:00pm, at 410-231-1775.  Come to find your Yard Sale ‘treasures’. Social Distancing will be practiced by having everyone to stay 6 feet apart.  Face covering/mask is a requirement for all in attendance.

 

 

The American Legion Post 255 in Ridge will host their 1st youth Turkey Shoot for ages 5 to 12 on Saturday November 6th. Sign up at 12:30 and the shoot will begin at 1 pm. Parents must be present. Red Ryder BB guns will be provided or you can bring your own BB Gun. There will be prizes, ,hamburgers and hot dogs for sale from the American Legion Riders. For more information call Amanda at 240-298-2962 for any questions. 

 

November 7th Events

The Benedict Fire Department on Hyatt Ave Benedict will have a Quarter Auction on November 7th. Doors open at noon and the auction starts at 1 pm. 

 

November 11th Events

November 12th Events

There will be a Drive Thu Shrimp Dinner at the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department on Friday November 12th from 4-7pm. $20.00 per dinner: Cash, Check, ATM on site. Includes: 1 lb Steamed Shrimp, French Fries, Hush Puppies, Coleslaw, Dessert. Pre-Orders encouraged until November 5, 2021 Contact: Elaine Quade: 301-373-2695

November 13th Events

 
The 11th annual Chesapeake Public Charter School Running Crab 5K Trail Run will take place at Historic St. Mary's City on Saturday November 13th. Registration starts at 7 am.  A family friendly event open to all members of the community. Race begins at 8AM and post race awards and refreshments will be provided. Registration closes October 25. All proceeds benefit the Chesapeake Public Charter School. For more details and sign up, search for the event on Facebook - CPCS Running Crab 5k trail run.
 
NovemBEER is happening at Sotterly Saturday, November 13 rain or shine. Enjoy assorted seasonal craft beer and music from Flippin Eyelids. Food available from food trucks and artisan vendors will be on site. Advance tickets on sale at www.sotterley.org and at the gate. VIP guests arrive at noon and general admission is 1:00 to 5:00. Limited edition growlers for sale while supplies last. All proceeds support Historic Sotterley's educational and growing for good programs.
 

November 14th Events

 

The members of PaxSpace, Inc. would like to invite everyone to the fall open house of Southern Maryland’s only community based, member-run makerspace. The open house will take place on Sunday, November 14, 2021 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.  At 44180 Airport View Drive, HollywoodMembers will be on hand all day to answer questions, highlight various tools and work areas throughout the shop and showcase some projects made at PaxSpace.For more information, visit www.paxspace.org or email info@paxspace.org.

November 18th Events

The Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA) is holding a free virtual conference on November 18th at 10:00 am EST that will provide Maryland residents with information about Alzheimer's disease, brain health, caregiving, care planning, support services and more. The free educational conference will be held virtually over the Internet and is open to everyone. For more information or to register, visit www.alzfdn.org/tour.

November 20th Events

Yard Sales sponsored by the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department's Auxiliary, from 8:00am to 12 noon at the NBVFD on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, beginning on September 11th   and September 25th, October 9th and October 23, (November dates are the 1st and 3rd Saturday) November 6  and November 20. Be a BUYER or a SELLER!  It's your choice!  Either way, we would like to see you there!  The cost to reserve a table is $15 for one or $25 for two. Tables must be reserved, in advance, by contacting Diana, after 5:00pm, at 410-231-1775.  Come to find your Yard Sale ‘treasures’. Social Distancing will be practiced by having everyone to stay 6 feet apart.  Face covering/mask is a requirement for all in attendance.

 

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department will have their Annual Fall Craft Show on Sunday November 21st from 10 am - 3 pm. The craft show will take place at the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department at 24801 Three Notch Road in Hollywood. Admission and parking are Free. Refreshments include stuffed ham (as sandwich or by the pound) Bake sale and 50/50 raffle. For more information contact Craftshow@hvfd7.com. Donations of Non-Perishable food items for St. Mary's Helping Hands Food Pantry will be accepted.

 

Don't miss Community Resource Day, Helping the Nanjemoy Community on Saturday November 20th from noon til 3 pm. It all takes place at the Nanjemoy Senior & Community Center, 4375 Port Tobacco Road, Nanjemoy, MD 20662. Deep Launching, Inc. will be distributing new clothes, items for babies, household items, toiletry items and much more to those in need in the Nanjemoy Community. Register for this FREE EVENT at deeplaunching.org or call 301-246-0110

November 26th Events

The Hollywood/Leonardtown Optimist Club will have their Christmas Tree Sale at teh Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department Hall Parking Lot starting on November 26th until all the trees are sold. For more information visit www.hollywood/leonardtown.com

November 28th Events

November 29th Events

It's a Retro Christmas Exhibit at Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Daily, November 29th until January 2, 2022 (closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day) from 12PM to 4PM. Enjoy tours in a family friendly retro holiday exhibit inside the museum and keeper's quarters. This event is a fun visitor experience where you can see a very unique Christmas exhibit in the museum setting. EXHIBIT ADMISSION: $7.00 for adults; $3.50 for seniors, students and military; and 5 and under free. Open daily, 12PM to 4PM (Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). UNIQUE GIFTS IN THE MUSEUM STORE: Complete your holiday shopping inside the Museum Store. We've got a ton of unique, local items for everyone on your list, including our NEW unique Moll Dyer ornament, made especially for the 2021 holiday season.

December 3rd Events

It's a Retro Christmas Exhibit at Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Daily, November 29th until January 2, 2022 (closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day) from 12PM to 4PM. Enjoy tours in a family friendly retro holiday exhibit inside the museum and keeper's quarters. This event is a fun visitor experience where you can see a very unique Christmas exhibit in the museum setting. EXHIBIT ADMISSION: $7.00 for adults; $3.50 for seniors, students and military; and 5 and under free. Open daily, 12PM to 4PM (Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). UNIQUE GIFTS IN THE MUSEUM STORE: Complete your holiday shopping inside the Museum Store. We've got a ton of unique, local items for everyone on your list, including our NEW unique Moll Dyer ornament, made especially for the 2021 holiday season.
 
The Hollywood/Leonardtown Optimist Club will have their Christmas Tree Sale at teh Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department Hall Parking Lot starting on November 26th until all the trees are sold. For more information visit www.hollywood/leonardtown.com

December 5th Events

Enjoy the opening of the St. Clement's Island Museum Christmas Doll & Train Exhibit inside the museum with kids' activities, music, refreshments and much more on Sunday December 5th. Run the model trains, see vintage dolls like Barbie's and American Girl dolls and much more. FREE ADMISSION and activities are available for visitors of all ages. Get a jump on your holiday shopping with a wide variety of unique and local items inside the Museum Store, including our brand new exclusive Moll Dyer ornament. The holiday exhibit continues all December long until January 2, 2022 (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). Great for visiting family and kids.

December 10th Events

The Hollywood/Leonardtown Optimist Club will have their Christmas Tree Sale at teh Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department Hall Parking Lot starting on November 26th until all the trees are sold. For more information visit www.hollywood/leonardtown.com

December 17th Events

It's a Retro Christmas Exhibit at Piney Point Lighthouse Museum Daily, November 29th until January 2, 2022 (closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day) from 12PM to 4PM. Enjoy tours in a family friendly retro holiday exhibit inside the museum and keeper's quarters. This event is a fun visitor experience where you can see a very unique Christmas exhibit in the museum setting. EXHIBIT ADMISSION: $7.00 for adults; $3.50 for seniors, students and military; and 5 and under free. Open daily, 12PM to 4PM (Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). UNIQUE GIFTS IN THE MUSEUM STORE: Complete your holiday shopping inside the Museum Store. We've got a ton of unique, local items for everyone on your list, including our NEW unique Moll Dyer ornament, made especially for the 2021 holiday season.
 
The Hollywood/Leonardtown Optimist Club will have their Christmas Tree Sale at teh Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department Hall Parking Lot starting on November 26th until all the trees are sold. For more information visit www.hollywood/leonardtown.com

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