Winter Lecture Series: A Brief Outline of Annapolis History
Date: Thursday, March 5, 2020
Location: O'Brien's Oyster Bar and Seafood Tavern, 113 Main Street
Time: Lecture, 5:30 pm; Dinner, 6:30 pm
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Annapolis has a long, complicated history, and gaining a firm mental handle on it can be difficult. Senior Historian Glenn E. Campbell breaks down the history of Maryland’s capital city into bite-sized, thematic blocks of time to help you make sense of it all. From the town’s birth in the 17th century to the challenges and opportunities it faces now in the 21st, our speaker highlights what has made Annapolis a special place for hundreds of years.
Advanced registration required; seating is limited.
Cost: $10 General Admission; $5 for HA Members/Volunteers; Free for HA Docents. Add $18 for Pre-Paid Dinner (includes one meal option below, iced tea, coffee or hot tea, tax, and gratuity).
Please be aware that access to this lecture space requires ascending a flight of stairs.
March 3, 2020 Menu Options:
Option A - Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Sandwich (served with house fries)
Option B - Beef Kabob (marinated steak with vegetables over rice)
Option C - Roasted Beet Salad (roasted beets over mixed greens, shallots, feta cheese, cranberries and walnuts, served with a tangerine vinaigrette)
All menu options include iced tea, coffee or hot tea.