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Queen Anne’s County Arts Council Calendar of Events - Oct - Nov 2012

OCTOBER 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30: Tuesdays from 11 am to 1:30 pm. Exploring Watercolors with Sally Clark.  Register by Sept 25 and bring a bag lunch. For more information, contact Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., Centreville, MD. 410.758.2520. www.arts4u.info

OCTOBER 5:

A.R.T. East Exhibit and Reception 5 to 7 pm. at The Chesapeake Heritage and Visitors Center in Chester. Enjoy an eclectic show of works by regional artists in this unique venue. Most work available for purchase.Exhibit runs though December 29th.For more information, contact Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., Centreville, MD. 410.758.2520. www.arts4u.info

OCTOBER 11 and OCTOBER 18: Thursdaysfrom 7 pm to 9 pm.Mosiac with Candace Liccione at Wye River Designs in Grasonville.  $48 members, $60 non-members.For more information, contact Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., Centreville, MD. 410.758.2520. www.arts4u.info www.wyeriverdesigns.com

Talbot Free Library - September Programs for Adults

Adult Programs

Easton (100 West Dover Street, Easton)

 Authors to Discuss Achieving Better Health Without Medication

Thursday, September 13, 6:00 p.m.  Dr. John Snyder, author of Overcoming Depression Without Drugs, and David Mercier, L.Ac., author of A Beautiful Medicine, will discuss their work. 

 

Brown Bag Lunch: Hurricanes and the Chesapeake Region

Thursday, September 20, noon.  Rick Schwartz talks about the great storms in our region.

CBMM offers woodworking, new boat shop programs

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (CBMM) in St. Michaels, MD has announced a new fall series of programs in the museum’s boat shop. The public programs begin September 14 and continue through November 23, with limited space and pre-registration needed.

CBMM’s Friday Open Boat Shop program takes place on September 14 and 28, October 26, and November 9 and 23, and invites members of the public to work on a small woodworking project of their own, or to bring ideas for a future project. Participants will receive the advice and guidance of an experienced shipwright and woodworker and can expect assistance with CBMM’s machinery and tools, plans, measurements, and the execution of their small-scale project. Small-scale projects could include plans for a small gift, frames, furniture, models, artwork, and more. The Friday Open Boat Shop program runs from 5:30-8:30pm and costs $20 per session for CBMM members and $30 per session for non-members. Space is limited with pre-registration required by calling 410-745-4941. Participants must be 16 or older, unless accompanied by an adult.

On Thursday, September 20 from 6:30-8pm, Woodcuts with Kevin Garber offers the opportunity to meet the master printmaker as he demonstrates and discusses the proper techniques for duplicating a print from an early 1960s Philip McMartin wood cut. Garber’s work can be found in the Kemper Art Museum and Island Press at Washington University, as well as in collections throughout the country, including the Whitney Art Museum in New York City, and in CBMM’s new exhibit, Push and Pull: Life on Chesapeake Bay Tugboats. The cost is $25 for CBMM members and $35 for non-members, with space limited and pre-registration required by calling 410-745-4941.

Mid Shore Mediation Offers Training For New Mediators

Mid Shore Community Mediation Center is offering free training for new volunteers who wish to become mediators. Basic Mediation Training will be held during the first three weekends in November. Introductory orientations will be offered in September for those enrolling.

Mediation Center Executive Director Peter Taillie described the Basic Mediation Training course as intense and interactive. The 45 hours of training will be conducted over three consecutive weekends beginning November 6, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both Saturdays and Sundays, with breakfast, lunch and snacks provided. No more than one hour can be missed to complete the course.

The training will be conducted by Errika Bridgeford from Community Mediation Maryland. “Errika is one of the best mediation trainers in the country,” said Taillie. Bridgeford takes participants through extensive role playing in fast-paced, counter-intuitive sessions designed to teach mediators how to listen and reflect back, rather than advising and judging during mediations.

Volunteers learn skills such as active listening, positive reframing of topics and de-escalation of high-intensity situations, allowing them to guide participants in mediations through a process that brings parties to their own resolution of conflicts and voluntary agreements. Two volunteers conduct each mediation, making sure that each individual’s concerns are heard and understood.

“We are looking for a diverse group of trainees who are dedicated to giving back to their communities,” explained Taillie. Mid Shore Community Mediation Center serves Caroline, Dorchester and Talbot counties, offering no-cost conflict resolution for a wide range of issues.

Memoir Writing Workshop

Date for the event is Sept. 17th

William Hill Manor
located at
501 Dutchman Lane,
Easton, MD 21601

Time: 8:30am Check In and Breakfast /9:00am Guest Speaker Joan Katz
Topic: Telling Your Story

Participants will be introduced to:

  • Process and usefulness of writing memoirs for themselves
  • Many resources including genealogy websites available to use in writing their story
  • Communicating and connecting with family members and friends
  • Sharing the challenges and rewards of memoir writing
  • Different ways to organize their memoirs
  • The opportunity to reflect on their life choices, both personal and professional.
Free to current ESSPN Members… All others $10 donation at the door.

Seating is limited - RSVP by Sept 13 or more info inquiries to Sandra Early
sandra.early@verizon.net, (410) 643-6288 (o) or (410) 739-4716 (c)

Directions:
Follow Rt 50 into Easton until you get to Dutchman’s Lane on the Southern edge of Easton. Go approximately one-half mile and you will see Manor House of William Hill Manor on your right. Turn right onto the main driveway.
Further directions - Google maps or (410) 822-8888

AARP Meeting & Program

Sept. 7 - AARP Talbot Chapter 1601 meeting, 1:30PM, Talbot Senior Center.  Program - Hospice Overview with Molly Cotter, Community Liaison Nurse and Peg Fitzgerald, Communications Coordinator, Talbot Hospice Foundation.  Members are asked to bring donations for veterans to Sept., Oct. and Nov. meetings.  Information - 410-822-7852.

AARP Meeting & Program

Saturday, June 5 - AARP Talbot Chapter 1601 annual in-door picnic at the Talbot Senior Center from noon to 3PM.  Entertainment by Precious Memories Gospel Band.  Call 410-822-7852 for information.

Brown Bag Lunch Speakers Series

2 Boomer Babes to Speak at St. Michaels Library

On Monday, April 5th at noon, in the St. Michaels branch of the Talbot County Free Library, Barbara Kline and Kathy Bernard, hosts of the radio show 2 Boomer Babes, will talk about some of their favorite on-air subjects, including coping with aging parents, romance in mid-life, health, and finance. Their radio program airs on WCEI, 96.7 FM, each Monday evening from 7 to 8 pm. The 2 Boomer Babes’ presentation represents the April offering in the Friends of the Library’s Brown Bag Lunch series. Patrons are invited to bring their lunch and enjoy coffee and sweets provided by the library. All library programs are free and open to the public. Patrons do not need to pre-register for this program. For more information, call the library at 410-745-5877, or visit www.tcfl.org.

AARP Meeting & Program

Tuesday, March 2 - 1:30 to 3:30 PM, Talbot Senior Center - AARP Talbot Chapter 1601 will honor their members who are 90 or more years old.  Vintage music for a sing-a-long will be provided by Free and Eazy.  Remember to bring donations for the Asbury Soup Kitchen project.  For information, call 410-822-7852. 

Shore Health System February Events and Classes

February 2010 Event/Screenings

Blood Pressure Screenings

Every Monday through Thursday, except holidays, 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm, Diagnostic and Imaging Center, 10 Martin Court, Easton. FREE. Sponsored by the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. No appointment needed.

Every Tuesday and Friday, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, Dorchester General Hospital, main lobby, 300 Byrn Street, Cambridge. FREE. Sponsored by the Dorchester General Hospital Auxiliary. No appointment needed.

Breast Cancer Screenings

Day and evening appointments available at Shore Regional Breast Center, Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington Street, Easton. Open to uninsured or underinsured women, aged 20-39 and over 64, who meet income guidelines. Call 410-820-9400 to schedule an appointment.

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