The Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts has been renovated and is a sight to behold. The new seating will certainly add to the enjoyment of all the attendees at future shows and presentations at this beautiful venue. Formally a public school, the auditorium had not been renovated since being turned into this Annapolis concert venue. If you have not seen it you must go for a visit. One way to do that is to attend the gallery viewing and wine tasting on Friday, Oct 3 from 7 – 9 PM. The galleries as well as the renovated auditorium will be open for viewing, items will be up for raffle and the wine tasting (must be 21 to attend the tasting) will all raise money to help support Young Patrons at Maryland Hall.
On Sunday, Oct 5, between 3:30 – 5 PM there will be a curators discussion of the current art exhibition at the Mitchell Gallery on the St. John’s College Campus. Check the website for more information about the discussion.
Another excellent lecture opened to the public is “The Civil War, the Great War and the Meaning of the Twentieth Century” which will be given Monday, Oct 6 beginning at 7 PM in the Alumni Hall at USNA. President of Harvard University Drew Gilpin Faust will give the lecture which is free and open to the public. Remember to bring you photo ID when walking to get on to the academy grounds. Parking is not open to the general public.
Hope you can find time to come to downtown Annapolis to enjoy some of these events and the many others taking place in October.