Programs

Upcoming Events

Herb Garden Tour and Tea
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
5:00PM-6:30PM

$5 per person
Tour the herb garden at Pickering Creek with Chesapeake Bay Herb Society members. Breathe in the fragrant spring air as you learn about commonly known culinary herbs. Wander the winding garden pathways and search for visiting pollinators like butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Enjoy some Herbal Tea and Herbal Cookies and take home some herbs to share. REGISTER by Monday, May 22, 2019 at 5pm


"Down by the Bay” at Pickering!
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
4:30PM – 6:30PM

$5 per person
Pickering Creek leads into the Chesapeake Bay and is home to many different aquatic species. Want to know more about the different types of fish that live in the Chesapeake Bay? Have you ever wanted to try out fishing and wanted some instruction? Learn how to fish and seine and practice identifying what you find with Pickering Creek naturalists! Come on out for this fun hands-on activity for all ages! Fishing rods and bait provided. REGISTER by Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 12pm


Tour, Toast & Taste
Saturday, June 8 2019
5:30-8:30PM

$125 per person
Join us at the amazing Maryland treasure "Wye House" for an wonderful night of food, drink, friends and bidding. Tour, Toast & Taste (aka TTT) is Pickering Creek's annual gala event that directly supports the education programs of the Center. Live Music by Justin Ryan, Food by Ken's Creative Kitchen, and Live Birds make the evening even better. 

Home to 12 generations of the Loyd Family (a founding father of Maryland) Wye House is one of the oldest homes on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and among the most famous plantations in America. Built in the late 18th century, the main house is a grand, two-storey structure that bridges late-Georgian and early-Federalist architecture. Its agricultural fields, orchards, and gardens once sprawled across 42,000 acres.  Read More about the house here.  For tickets, and more information about the event on June 8th visit www.pcacevents.org

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