November 3, 2016

Tuesday, November 8: aMuse Journey

School is out for some of us, Election Day and Veterans’ Day. Girl Scout Juniors will explore roles and stereotypes to complete this journey in a day. Advance registration is required. Bring a bag lunch. 9 am - 5 pm. $25 per scout; $3 per accompanying adult. One adult free for every 5 scouts.

Saturday, November 19: Animal Party

Meet some live animals and learn how to take care of them. Girl Scout Juniors earn the Animal Habitats badge, Brownies earn the Pets
badge. Non-scouts are welcome. 9 am - 12 noon and 1 - 4 pm. $10 per person. One adult free for every 5 children.

Friday, November 25: Gigi Gumspoon

Our weekly Art and Story Time will feature a performance artist for young children. Gigi Gumspoon presents songs that are catchy, upbeat, and progressive enough to appeal to grownups! She promotes the African philosophy of “Ubuntu” - a sense of community and humanity focusing on social/emotional skills, such as sharing, listening to elders, and coping with disappointment. But she also sings about the alphabet, colors, and eating healthy foods. With her magic griot book, and puppet friend, Dionte Gigi shares a love of story and song. 10:30 am. Free with museum admission.

September 29, 2016

Saturday October 22 - Pirte Party Afloat!!

Pirate Adventures is hosting a special sail to benefit CCM. Face painting starts at 4:30 pm; set sail at 5 pm. Non-boating buccaneers of all ages are welcome to join the festivities in the pirates’ party room when the ship returns at 5:45 pm. Free parking. 311 Third Street, Eastport. Refreshments included in $25 admission. $12 for ages 2 and under. 410-263-0002.

Saturday October 22 - Harvest Hootenanny

Running Springs Farm will be here with baby animals to touch. Music, Crafts & Fun
10 am to 2 pm. Free with $5 admission. Small fee for some activities.

Friday November 25 - Gigi Gumspoon

Our weekly Art and Story Time will feature a performance artist for young children. Gigi Gumspoon presents songs that are catchy, upbeat, and progressive enough to appeal to grownups! She promotes the African philosophy of “Ubuntu” - a sense of community and humanity focusing on social/emotional skills, such as sharing, listening to elders, and coping with disappointment. But she also sings about the alphabet, colors, and eating healthy foods. With her magic griot book, and puppet friend, Dionte Gigi shares a love of story and song. 10:30 am. Free with museum admission.

August 31, 2016

Wednesday, Sept. 7: Art for Toddlers

Parents and professional caregivers will discuss the creative nature of 1 and 2- year-olds, hazards to avoid for mess and safety, and try out many age-appropriate materials for creative visual expression. 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Cost: $28. Register through Arundel Child Care Connections: www.arundelccc.org or 410-222-1712.