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Wednesday, March 04, 2020 12:40 PM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

This weekend - 3/7-3/8 - Downs Park - Pasadena - Maple Syrup Demonstration - Watch the old time process and learn the history and techniques of making maple syrup.

This weekend 3/7 - 3/8 - Londontown Gardens in Edgewater - Spring Hearth Cooking Workshop - Explore food and recipes of the past, learn historically accurate cooking techniques while cooking on an open fire. Recreate recipes from 17th, 18th and 19th century sources including herb roasted chicken with mustard sauce, peas pottage with fresh-made vegetable broth, farmer’s cheese, savory vegetable tart, hot buttered crab with toast points as well as salad with fresh greens and herb dressing.

Up in Owings Mills.. Registration is open for Project STEAM Maryland’s Summer Camp 2020 for 1st through 5th graders. Camp activities, with certified teachers, include, but aren’t limited to, minecraft, traditional and digital art, computer science and game design, 3D printing, day trips, sculpture, reading comprehension, swimming, math, LEGO robotics, science, chess, sports, fashion and engineering.

Art Things

Sat 3/7 - Winter Watercolor with Rob Wood - Open to all levels, this workshop offers a handson approach to painting with expression and ease without being hampered by the media.

Sun 3/8 - Sunday Series: Color Theory with Acrylic - Learn basic color theory and practical applications in acrylic while creating several small paintings.

Mon 3/9 - Mix Media Portrait Workshop - Create a portrait using a variety of media, creating textures to use in your portrait and layer them to achieve depth.

Whole Foods - Annapolis

Tomorrow 3/6 - Time-Honored Hand-Made Pasta Making Class - Making your own fresh pasta dough at home offers a great sense of fulfillment because it’s made with your own hands. The dough will be more porous, allowing the pasta sauce to be better absorbed. Learn how to make and cook pasta as well as create traditional pasta sauces.

Raye of Light Studio

Raye of Light Studios is doing a lot of great workshops but they sell out so fast, I don’t really have a chance to mention them on this podcast. Just go check out what they have to offer and sign up fast.

Art Farm - Annapolis

Sat 3/7 - Turkish Marbling Day at Art Farm - Learn how to make beautiful designs on the surface of water using traditional materials, then transfer that design to a couple of sheets of quality paper AND, using the larger tray, onto a linen tea towel.

Mon 3/9 - First Exposure: Digital Photography Workshop starts up again. Part 1 focuses on understanding your camera, aperture and ISO settings, lenses as well as creating an exposure

Wed 3/11 - Intro to Improv For Adults starts back up. A weekly exercise in improvisation and quick thinking


Sat 3/7 - Mountain Road - Magic the Gathering Club

Mon 3/9 - Linthicum - Book Lab: Can I Eat That? By Joshua David Stein - Experiment with books, talk about them and work on a STEAM project that relates. In this session… the world is full of strange and wonderful things, some of which you can eat and some you can’t. Read the book then explore some weird things that you CAN eat.

Mon 3/9 - Severna Park - Minecraft for Rookies

Mon 3/9 - Severn Park - Minecraft Club

Tues 3/10 - Odenton - STEAM Tuesday - With a different STEAM activity each month.

Tues 3/10 - Brooklyn Park - Slime Time - Make your own slime to take hom

Tues 3/10 - Maryland City - Real World STEM Challenge - Take on a variety of real world challenges by building STEM solutions.

Wed 3/11 - Crofton - Nature Explorers Club - Get a close-up look at a piece of our planet. Each month they’ll investigate an aspect of the ecosystem through presentations, conversations, active games and hands-on activities.

Wed 3/11 - Odenton - Girls Who Code -...a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science… where you can learn basic computer programming skills from members of Fort Meade Alliance.

Unallocated Space - Severn

Tonight - 3/5 - InfoSec Night: Defending the Home Like the Enterprise - With our homes being more and more connected, this talk with cover some things you can do to secure your home against possible cybersecurity issues including how to provides a safer environment for tablets and other internet connected widgets and doodads, mobile device management and how you can use it to control your family’s devices and their security and more.

Also check out their Project Night on Monday and their Open House and Lockpicking/LockSport night on Wednesday.

Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

Monday 3/10 - School’s Out Mini Camp, kind of a sampler of their other regular clubs and camps. Featuring their 3D/VR/AR Club, Arts & Crafts Club, Builders Club, Coder Kids Club, Drone Club, Gamer Club, Robotics Club, STEAM Club, Young Inventors Club and YouTube Stars & Animators Club

Be sure to check out all their other regular clubs and camps, too!

Annapolis Makerspace

Thurs - Electronics open night

Wed - Woodworking open night


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