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   Our Program Calendar

   For each meeting we arrange for a speaker to present a topic of historic interest. Popular programs                 of the past include: Great storms of the Chesapeake Bay; Victorian clothing; Colonial quilts and                       their meaning; Covered bridges in Maryland; Reflections of an Army nurse serving in Vietnam; and                   Using archaeology to bring local history to life.

   Meetings are usually held the second Saturday of the month; no meetings in December, June, July or             August.

  If necessary, meetings and programs are presented via an online platform, such as Zoom, to meet social      distancing requirements mandated during the current pandemic.

  Fall 2021 - Spring 2022 meeting programs include:

  •    Sept. 18: Archaeologist Jim Gibbs, “Life in Maryland in the years leading up to the Revolution”
  •    Oct. 9: Todd Goff, “Beekeeping 101”
  •    Nov. 20: Historical costume professional Vicki Embrey, “Dressing the 18th-century woman, a demonstration and slide show”
  •    Dec. 11: No Meeting
       Jan. 8: Military historian Wayne Dzwonchyk, “80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor”
       Feb. 12: Historian Robert Worden, “Using the Library of Congress collections to research your genealogy”
       March 12: Special visit by Maryland DAR State Regent Mernie Crane
       April 9: Earth Day
       May 21: Annual chapter luncheon