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Come see the U.S. Colored Troops (USCT) medal of honor winner exhibits at the USCT Interpretive Center in the Lexington Manor Passive Park during a free open house for all ages. On the trail between the Lexington Manor Passive Park and John G. Lancaster Park, you can learn about the Civil War era in St. Mary's County and the African American troops on interpretive panels that lead to the statue of the soldier. Inside the building, you can learn about the local medal of honor winners who served in the Colored Troops and fought for the Union during the Civil War. There is also an exhibit about the segregated school system in the county, including information about the Drayden African American Schoolhouse, which is open by appointment and on the first Saturday of the month, April through October. EVENT IS FREE. Occurs every Wednesday and Saturday in February, 10am to 2pm.

 

If you have spare time and want to help people, please consider volunteering for Calvert Meals on Wheels. We deliver a meal and a smile 5 days per week. We need drivers, route coordinators and Board members. We ask drivers to commit to one day per month. Please call 410-535-4606 or 301-855-1170 to volunteer.

 

 

The dogs "NO ONE ELSE WANTS", find their way to Pets with Disabilities - and with your help – they begin to heal and transform their bodies – realizing their spirits are not broken. Pets with Disabilities | 635 Clay Hammond Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678. Pets with Disabilities http://www.petswithdisabilities.org

 

Southern Maryland JobSource, located in the Southern Maryland American Job Centers, continues to offer services and tools to assist you in your search for meaningful employment. Services are offered both virtually and in person at the American Job Centers.  We welcome you to utilize our resource rooms to search for open positions and apply for them online.  Assistance from our dedicated resource and job specialists is also available.  Workshops are available on several career-related topics both virtually and in person.  For location information including location hours, please visit the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland’s website at:  tccsmd.org/workforce-development.

 

If you have a problem with alcohol contact AA. It works for thousands of people and it can work for you. Visit www.aa.org. Or, Southern Maryland Intergroup Toll Free: (800)492-0209
www.somdintergroup.org

 

Do you know or Love someone struggling with substance use? They want help. You want help, but just aren't sure where to start? Why not allow someone that has walked this path before you, help to navigate. At Maryland Coalition of Families, all of our professionally trained Family Peer Support Staff have "Lived Experience", so we can honestly say, "we've been there". Substance Use affects the whole family. They deserve recovery, and so do you. Together, we can make it happen. MDcoalition.org - 410-730-8267

 

The Maryland Veterans Museum in Newburg is open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm.  We now have entrance fee of $5 ages 14 – adult, $2 per child ages 7 – 13 and children 6 and under are Free.  We also now have annual memberships of $24 individual and $36 for family.  We ask everyone to please wear a mask.  We have masks available if needed. For more information visit https://www.mdvets.cc/

 

 

 

 

 

Center for Abused Persons offers a broad range of services to Charles County residents that aim to support adults and adolescents affected by intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and/or childhood sexual abuse. Services include 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling, victim advocacy, support groups, abuse intervention programming, and community education. Don't suffer in silence. Call CAP's 24 hour crisis hotline at 301-645-3336.

 

 

Take a moment today to download the new Calvert County Sheriff’s Office mobile app free of charge from the app stores. Receive timely alerts about COVID-19, see our Most Wanted, and search for an inmate. You can also submit a confidential tip with photos. Please download the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office app today, and share it with family, friends and neighbors. Thank you for helping us make Calvert County a safer place!

 

 

The St. Mary’s County Department of Aging & Human Services is proud to support a program through the Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA) called Maryland Senior Call Check. Maryland is the first state in the country to start a FREE, opt-in, telephonic service to check on Maryland’s older residents across the state. This program is for seniors living alone to check on them daily. This free service will place an automated daily call to the participant at a regularly scheduled time. If the call is not picked up after three attempts, the service will call an alternate person on your behalf to check on you. If your alternate does not pick up or you do not have an alternate, the local authorities will be contacted to perform a wellness check. MDoA recommends all seniors use the program as a resource during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Senior Call Check phone lines are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The verification and enrollment process can be completed within 24 hours Monday-Saturday. MDoA will provide messages and updates regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. For more information, call 1-866-50-CHECK (1-866-502-0560) or register online at www.aging.maryland.gov.

 

 

Are you a victim of a crime? You do not have to face that tragedy alone. For 37 years, the staff and volunteers at the Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center, Inc have helped ease the suffering of victims of crime in Maryland with dignity, respect and compassion. Despite the pandemic, we continue to provide assistance navigating the legal system, free legal consultation regarding victim’s rights, and assistance with social service organizations. Our staff of dedicated advocates and attorneys may be reached at 877- VICTIM1, that’s 877-842-8461 or on-line at www.MdCrimeVictims.org. All our services are free! The Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center Inc, . Continuing the mission of the Stephanie Roper Foundation. Call 877-VICTIM1.

 

Every day, children across Charles, Calvert and St. Mary’s counties are removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect. Although Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) continue to serve more of these children each year, the need for CASA volunteers continues to grow as more children enter the child welfare and court systems. CASA volunteers work one-on-one with an abused or neglected child, advocating for his or her best interests. CASA volunteers don’t require any specific education. All they need is compassion, objectivity, and a commitment to children. Anyone interested in becoming a CASA Volunteer should visit https://center-for-children.org/programs/court-appointed-special-advocate-casa/ for more information, or reach out to the CASA of Southern Maryland casa@center-for-children.org or call NaQuita Coates, Training and Recruitment Specialist, at 410-535-3047.

 

The Charles County (Maryland) Sheriff’s Office and Charles County Crime Solvers work together to solve crimes and hold criminals accountable for their offenses. Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person involved in criminal activity. For more information about Crime Solvers, contact Detective Sergeant Tim Miner, Crime Solvers Coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office, at 240-216-2173. PHONE**Call 1-866-411-TIPS to report a tip** * An operator takes information about your tip. * You will receive an identification number. * Your tip is provided to the investigating officer. * You must call back later to check the status of your information, using your identification number. Or call  https://www.charlescountycrimesolvers.com/

 

At the Center for Life Enrichment, our mission is to provide programs and support services that will increase the vocational and personal potential of individuals with disabilities. Our goal is to provide these services in a unique and individualized manner to improve overall quality of life. Increased independence, integration into the workforce, and the opportunity for social interaction is the focus of our services. The Center for Life Enrichment, Inc. Visit http://www.tcle.org/ For more information

United Way of Calvert County. The United Way of Calvert County (UWCC) was incorporated in 1980 to respond to the human service needs of Calvert County residents. We function as a leader in the community identifying needs and working most often in a collaborative way, to find solutions to those needs. Visit http://unitedwaycalvert.org

 

The Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region touches hundreds of lives every day. Our mission is to help people prevent, prepare for, and cope with emergencies. We are proud of the wide range of services that we provide throughout the state of Maryland. For more information visit http://www.redcross.org/md/baltimore

 

Bay Community Support Services (Bay-CSS) is a leader of services to people with disabilities throughout Central and Southern Maryland. Our services enable people with varying abilities, ages and life situations to live and work successfully in their communities. For more information visit http://www.baycss.org/

 

Calvert Hospice provides compassionate care and comfort to enable dying patients to live their last days in peace and comfort, with dignity and respect. Hospice neither shortens nor extends life, but aims to enhance the quality of life to the end. We do this through a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to meeting the needs of the patient and family. The Hospice team includes a registered nurse, a trained and licensed social worker, a member of the clergy, a certified home health aide, and, of course, community volunteers. For more information visit http://www.calverthospice.org/

 

The Center for Children believes that every child in need should have the opportunity to receive quality mental health care. We are dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and the promotion of positive mental health through crisis intervention, therapy, education, and advocacy. Since 1989, the Center for Children has assist over 50,000 children and families across Southern Maryland. Locations: La Plata, Leonardtown, and Prince Frederick. For more information visit http://www.center-for-children.org/


Christmas in April St. Mary's County is a local chapter of Rebuilding Together with Christmas in April, a national volunteer organization that, in partnership with the community, rehabilitates the homes of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may live in warmth, safety, and independence. We also provide help through work on community projects. For more information visit http://christmasinaprilsmc.org/


Christmas in April of Calvert County is a local chapter of the national volunteer organization. In partnership with the community, it rehabilitates the homes of low-income persons, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may live independently in warmth and safety. For more information visit http://www.christmasinaprilcalvertcounty.org/


Christmas in April Charles County is the volunteer organization started in 1990 that, in partnership with the community, rehabilitates the houses of low-income homeowners, elderly and disabled, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety and independence. After months of planning and preparation, Christmas in April culminates in a National Rebuilding Day on the last Saturday in April. Last year 1,051 volunteers of all ages, faiths and walks of life come together to help neighbors in the American barnraising tradition. For more information visit http://www.christmasinaprilcharlescounty.com/



The term Hospice comes from the medieval word for a place of shelter for travelers on a long or difficult journey. Today's Hospice provides care for those who are in the final phase of life's journey in the form of support for terminally ill patients and their families. The entire family is the unit of care. Hospice of Charles County is supported by gifts and donations and we are a United Way Agency. We depend upon financial contributions from individuals or organizations in the community in order to provide Hospice services in Charles County. For more information visit http://www.hospiceofcharlescounty.org/


HOSPICE of St. Mary's, Inc. is a not-for-profit service of St. Mary's Hospital that provides physical, psychological and spiritual care and comfort to those who are terminally ill and their families. HOSPICE also offers grief support to those families and to any community members who have experienced the pain of loss related to death, divorce, suicide, re-location, or other significant life change. HOSPICE is there when it hurts. For more information visit http://www.hospiceofstmarys.org/

 

It is the Mission of the Humane Society of Charles County (HSCC) to provide shelter and care for homeless, injured and neglected animals through adoption, fostering, community partnerships, education, and affordable spay-neuter and vaccine services. For more information or to donate visit https://humanesocietycc.org

 

 

The Humane Society of Calvert County, Inc., improves our community for animals and people by: sheltering and protecting animals from harm; placing them into caring, responsible homes; increase awareness through humane education and community outreach; endeavoring to reduce animal over population and to eliminate cruelty; serving as an advocate for animals by promoting humane standards; and enhancing the relationship between animals and people.  For more information visit https://humanesocietyofcalvertcounty.org/

 


It is the Mission of the Humane Society of Charles County (HSCC) to provide shelter and care for homeless, injured and neglected animals through adoption, fostering, community partnerships, education, and affordable spay-neuter and vaccine services. For more information visit https://humanesocietycc.org/

 

 

The Maryland 4-H Foundation was founded in 1959 to support Maryland 4-H Programs through its six Pillars of Purpose: Provide Scholarship to 4-H members, furthering their education; implement opportunities for Leadership Development; support the growth of 4-H in Maryland's Communities; provide funding for Project-Based State and National Trips; expand International 4-H Experiences; and recognize the generosity of our Volunteers and Donors. From awards ceremonies to tournaments to fundraisers, the Maryland 4-H Foundation has sponsored many 4-H events over the past fifty-six years. Regardless of the event taking place, the Maryland 4-H Foundation has built and managed the financial resources to support Maryland youth in reaching their fullest potential as competent, caring, and responsible individuals through Maryland 4-H Programs. If you would like to join 4-H, please visit http://extension.umd.edu/4-h/join-4-h for more information.

 


Patuxent Habitat for Humanity believes that substandard housing and homelessness are unacceptable. Please join us and our mission to activate faith and build hope! We are looking for people from all walks of life -- young and old, skilled and willing-to-learn, rich and poor -- to join in this mountain-moving venture! We invite you to join our team in whatever capacity you can! for more information visit http://patuxenthabitat.org/

 

The St. Mary's Animal Welfare League is a nonprofit, rescue organization that specializes in the rescue, care and placement of abused, neglected and homeless companion animals. Our animals are vaccinated, microchipped, spayed or neutered and receive medical treatment before being placed in carefully selected homes. We strive to educate the community in areas of humane education and responsible pet ownership as well as helping to control the pet overpopulation in our area by promoting the spaying and neutering of all companion animals. For more information visit http://smawl.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 27th Events

Port Tobacco Players present "Twelfth Night" January 20 to February 5, 2023. This fast-paced romantic comedy has several interwoven plots of romance, mistaken identities and practical jokes. Separated from her twin brother Sebastian in a wreck, Viola disguises herself as a man, calls herself Cesario, and becomes a servant to the Duke Orsino. He sends her to woo the Countess Olivia on his behalf, but the Countess falls in love with Cesario. Meanwhile Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, with the help of his friends, plans to play a trick on Malvolio, Olivia’s steward. When Sebastian turns up it causes even more confusion, chaos and comedy. PTP is taking a 1940’s approach to this classic comedy of mayhem and romance!
This production runs for 3 weekends Jan. 20 to Feb. 5, 2023. Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 3pm. Tickets $18 for adults, $15 for seniors over 60, youth (through high school), and military with ID.

January 28th Events

 

 

You may have a hidden treasure in your attic or garage and not even know it! Visit with expert appraisers as they determine the value of your prized possessions at St. Clement's Island Museum on Saturday January 28the from 10am-3pm. Appraisers for various types of items will be available at the museum. Only items that can be hand-carried will be appraised. Space is limited and items will be viewed on a first come, first serve basis. As of now, appraisers include those for fine arts, coins and currency. **PLEASE NOTE** While admission is FREE, there are various small costs for item appraisals (Normally $5 each; cash and check only). For the fine arts category, there is a two-item limit per person. This category may close early due to high attendance. Due to the popularity of this event, prepare for long waiting times. Call 301-769-2222 for more info.

 

The Calvert Elks Lodge in Prince Frederick will have a benefit Bull & Oyster Roast on Saturday January 28th from 5:30pm-11:pm. $40 for Tickets in advance, $45 at the door Raffles & 50/50. Visit on Facebook, https://www.calvertelks.com/upcoming-special-events/
 

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February 3rd Events

Port Tobacco Players present "Twelfth Night" January 20 to February 5, 2023. This fast-paced romantic comedy has several interwoven plots of romance, mistaken identities and practical jokes. Separated from her twin brother Sebastian in a wreck, Viola disguises herself as a man, calls herself Cesario, and becomes a servant to the Duke Orsino. He sends her to woo the Countess Olivia on his behalf, but the Countess falls in love with Cesario. Meanwhile Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, with the help of his friends, plans to play a trick on Malvolio, Olivia’s steward. When Sebastian turns up it causes even more confusion, chaos and comedy. PTP is taking a 1940’s approach to this classic comedy of mayhem and romance!
This production runs for 3 weekends Jan. 20 to Feb. 5, 2023. Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 3pm. Tickets $18 for adults, $15 for seniors over 60, youth (through high school), and military with ID.

February 4th Events

February 11th Events

 

The Hot for Chocolate 5k to support Project Echo will take place at Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum on Saturday February 11th at 8 am. For more information and to register for the event, visit https://projectecho.net/event/hot-for-chocolate-5k/

February 12th Events

The Calvert Elks #2620 located at 1015 Dares Beach Road will present a Southern Maryland Bluegrass concert with the Lonesome River Band on Sunday February 12, 2023 from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm.  Tickets are $20.00 per person, under 12 admiTted free with a paid adult.  Food and beverages will be availabLe for sale.  For more information call 301-737-3004 or go to somdbluegrass.com

 

 

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

February 13th Events

Join American Chestnut Land Trust on the Week of February 14th for Valentines "Show Some Love" Unguided Hikes during the daylight hours. Participants hunt for painted rocks w/hearts on them hidden along all trails. Participants are encouraged to upload a photo (with caption) of what they love most about ACLT – can be a selfie of them with their sweetheart or a favorite trail, bridge, stream, etc.For more information visit https://www.acltweb.org/

 

The Leonardtown Volunteer Rescue Squad Auxiliary is sponsoring a Valentine's Day Donut Sale on February 13th from 5:30 til 6pm at the Leonardtown Volunteer Rescue Squad Building. For more information visit us on Facebook at LVRSA- Leonardtown Vol. Rescue Squad Auxiliary or the Squad webpage at LVRS.org

February 14th Events

February 18th Events

 

Charles County Ducks Unlimited will have their Annual Dinner and Auction on Saturday February 18th starting at 5:00 p.m. at the Charles County Fairgrounds. Charles County Ducks Unlimited Annual Dinner and Auction is a great sit down dinner with a live and silent auction with other raffles that support wetland conservation. For more information visit https://ducksunlimited.myeventscenter.com/event/Charles-County-Du-Annual-Dinner-Auction-72244

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March 11th Events

Join the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum in celebrating its annual STEAM Day on March 11th. There will be various professionals throughout the museum representing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. Each STEAM group will have an activity for museum visitors to interact with. All children 13 and under will receive free admission to the event. High School Students that present an active student ID will also receive free admission. Accompanying adults will receive a reduced ticket price. For more information visit paxmuseum.com/events

March 19th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

March 25th Events

The Benedict Fire Department Auxiliary and Farm Heritage Conservancy will have their Annual Spring Fling on Saturday March 25th from 10 am - 4 pm at Serenity Farm on Rt. 231 in Benedict. There will be Over 50 Crafters & Vendors. Easter Egg Hunt Petting Pen Easter Bunny Adult Egg Roll And so much more. Wear proper Farm Attire! We are thrilled to have partnered again this year with Serenity Farm to bring you the Spring Fling in Benedict, MD. This event is sure to be a fun purpose driven event! Funds raised will benefit the Benedict Fire Department and the Farm Heritage Conservancy. Plus many of our local crafters and small businesses will be onsite and they will benefit from your patronage.

 

April 16th Events

 

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

 

 

April 18th Events

Join American Chestnut Land Trust for the St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun Hunt on Tuesday April 18th 10am on the North side trailhead. Based on the book, The Leprechaun Story, families go through a field of shoes reading clues to help them find the pot of gold. BONUS: FIND ROCKS PAINTED W/4-LEAF CLOVERS. For more information visit https://www.acltweb.org/

April 23rd Events

Join American Chestnut Land Trust for the Earth Day Highway Clean-Up on Sunday April 23rd on Main Street South of Prince Frederick and Dares Beach Road along ACLT frontage.
Volunteers clean up both segments of highway adopted by ACLT. For more information visit https://www.acltweb.org/

 

May 6th Events

May 21st Events

 

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

June 18th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

July 15th Events

The CHS Class of 1973 is going to have a 50th year Class Reunion on July 15th , 2023 at The Belmont off of Route 234 in Mechanicsville , MD . If you are interested in attending, please contact Joyce Gatton Downs at 301-481-0906 or email : chopticon1973@gmail.com for information . We need your info/address so we can mail out invitations ASAP . All tickets must be purchased prior to the event , no sale of tickets at the door . Looking forward to seeing everyone .  

 

July 16th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

August 20th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

September 17th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

October 15th Events

November 19th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

December 17th Events

The AeroPark Farmer's Market, hosted by Historic Sotterley is your opportunity to shop local and support small business. Visit the AeroPark Farmer's Market on the third Sunday of every month through December 17th. The market takes place at the Airport Terminal building located at 44200 Airport Road in California. Ther AeroPark Farmer's Market embraces and showcases the rural characteristics of Southern Maryland while highlighting the role that our region has played in developing our nation's air and space technologies. One of the most unique characteristics is that people can even fly their plane into the airport from other parts of the region to buy good and then fly home. For more information visit: www.sotterley.org

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