From Green Street Elementary School just up from the City Dock out to O’Callahan’s Hotel on West Street and then an off shoot to the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts as well many sites in between you can view one of the many films and shorts being show throughout downtown Annapolis on March 26 – 29, 2015. A four day pass costs $105 while a daily pass is $40. For much more information about the showings, the venues and the costs visit the Annapolis Film Festival site. You can either walk from site to site or take the Circulator Bus around town. A great way to see offerings from many aspiring film makers in a short time within a short distance from one venue to another.
If you need a break from film viewing you can see a Smithsonian traveling exhibition entitled “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America” with “Untold Stories,” at the Banneker-Douglas Museum just off of Church Circle at the top of Main Street. This exhibit offers a treat for both sports enthusiast as well as historians.
Then when you need to get your exercise in, amongst all the viewings, you can take part in the Annapolis Police Department and Maryland Special Olympics 5K run. The registration for the run begins at 6:30 AM on the morning of the race, Saturday, March 28. The race begins at 7:30 AM.
So, as you can tell the last weekend in March is filled with things to do in Annapolis, Maryland. Stay close to all the activities at Flag House Inn and enjoy a special weekend of entertainment and exercise in our Histroic District and city.