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Upcoming Events

Summer Nights in the Wetlands
Wednesday, July 24th, 7:30-9:30 PM
$5 per person
Join Pickering Creek naturalists as the sun goes down and our nocturnal world awakens as we explore our wetlands after dark! Summer evenings are the best time to experience the sights and sounds of our wetlands with the whole family. Follow the flashing lightning bugs, croak along with the frogs and keep an eye on the skies to see owls silently flying by. Register by Monday, July 22nd by 5 PM.  REGISTER


Boat Ride, Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres aboard the Winnie Estelle
Thursday, September 12, 2019
$100 per person
Enjoy a pleasant evening cruise aboard the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Winnie Estelle.  The Winnie Estelle is an authentic Chesapeake Bay buy boat with a rich history of hemispheric adventure. The vessel will ply the waters of the Miles River and you learn a bit about the history of the vessel from the museum’s Executive Director Kristen Greenaway.
Call 410-822-4903 to register.


Sip and Savor on a September Sunday
September 15, 2019, 5PM
$75 per person
Enjoy a sip and savor tasting of Maryland flavors in the tasting room of Triple Creek Winery at the vineyard located in Cordova, MD. Terri and Alex Spies, owner and winemakers of Triple Creek Winery will provide the wine tastings and the stories of the vineyard. Chef Jordan Lloyd of the Bartlett Pear Inn and Hambleton House LLC will prepare a Chespeake Harvest family style buffet dinner using his renowned 100% local approach to Mid-Atlantic cuisine.  Call 410-822-4903 to register.


Azalea Bloom with Author Bryan Mackay
May 2, 2020
$85 Per Person with Lunch and Transportation
The National Arboretum is one of the lesser known gems of Washington, DC, but nowhere else are the glories of spring so abundantly displayed.  We expect more than 50,000 azaleas to be near peak flowering!  We'll stroll the wood chip paths of Azalea Hill in search of the perfect bush.  The National Bonsai Museum never fails to enchant, and the National Capitol Columns adorn a nearby meadow.  Finally, we'll walk the trails of Fern Valley in search of native wildflowers, where our naturalist guide and author of Hike Maryland and A Year Across Maryland, Bryan MacKay will delight you with tales of botanical trivia.  To cap off the morning, we'll enjoy a gourmet lunch at picnic tables under large shade trees. Van transportation from Pickering Creek to the National Arboretum provided. Call 410-822-4903.  REGISTER
 

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