August 1, 2018

Monday-Friday August 6-10th - Camp Kunta Kinte


Travel to west Africa in your imagination to experience the culture of Kunta Kintes childhood. Kunta Kinte is memorialized in Roots: The Saga of an American Family as the ancestor of author Alex Haley. A week of activities is planned with music, crafts, food, games and traditional folk tales for children ages 6 to 10, August 6-10. Campers will be able to share what theyve learned at the Kunta Kinte Festival which will be held at Annapolis City Dock on Saturday, September 29, 10 am to 7 pm.

Tuesday August 21st - Juice Box Jams - The SQRRL! Band


The SQRRL! band consists of Doug Segree,
BIlly Zero, Tom Fridrich and Greg Hardin. Theyve been delighting audiences of little and not-so-little fans with such songs as Jump and Wiggle,”,To the Park,and Tub Time.
Join us for a free outdoor concert on Tuesday, August 21, 10:30-11 am.

July 1, 2018

Saturday, August 25th - ALL OUR CHILDREN - Back to school supplies drive



CCM is supporting Pre-K and Kindergarten students enrolled in 2 Annapolis elementary schools with a
Welcome To School Party on August 25. We are collecting supplies so that every child can arrive on the first day ready for a great school year.
WE NEED 160 BACK PACKS to fill with:
Quart-size Ziplocs Gallon-size Ziplocs Hand sanitizer
Glue sticks
Box of tissues
Liquid anti
-bac. soap
Baby wipes
Box of 24 crayons
The event will also free feature haircuts and hair braiding. CCM will have hands-on activities and giveaways for learning at home.
Please offer to donate and volunteer!!! Thank you.

Parenting Workshops


PARENTING WORKSHOPS
Wed., July 11: Temperament Differences Learn to identify and manage the more difficulttraits of childrens behavior.
Tues., July 17: Why Do they Misbehave?
Misbehavior can be explained and pre- vented using a checklist of unmet needs.
Wed., July 18: Effective Discipline
Tips on guiding childrens behavior with routines, rules, and consequences.
Thurs., July 19: I Had It First!
Reduce the squabbling among siblings and playmates with age-appropriate ex- pectations and negotiation techniques.
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Cost: $25 each or $20 each for 2 or more people
$80 for all 4 workshops. MSDE approved.


The Big Read - The Big Smoke


We are laying out plans for the next NEA Big Read. All of Anne Arundel County is invited to join in a celebration of Afri- can American Firsts, with book discussions and community events from February 1 - March 10, 2019. A planning meeting is scheduled at CCM for Tuesday, July 10 at 2 pm. Please let us know of your interest in participating.
Participants can receive copies of The Big Smoke - the life of Jack Johnson in poetry, or other books just for children, thanks to a grant to CCM from the National Endow- ment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

June 5, 2018

Maker Mondays


Pop in for a Pop Up Shop of creativity and repurposing. Well make:
June 11: drums
June 18: bottle gardens

June 25: shoe-box theaters.
Ages 3 and up with adult. $10 per child includes museum admission for child & adult.
FREE for CCM members.

Touch a Truck - Saturday June 16th


Saturday, June 14, 10 am to 12 noon FREE ADMISSION - suggested $5 donation to CCM. Held at St. Martins Lutheran Church, 1120 Spa Road Meet the operators and explore a: bucket truck, tow truck, concrete mixer, street sweeper, back hoe, and trolley bus. Also expected: Annapolis Police and Fire Departments. A Kona Ice truck will sell refreshments.