“Local Color” Exhibit Reception at Artists’ Gallery of Columbia
This exhibit will run from August 3-28, 2015.
A reception for this exhibit will be held on August 7 from 6-8pm.
All exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public.
2015 marks the Artists’ Gallery’s 20th Anniversary!
Location Info:The Artists' Gallery of Columbia American City Building 10227 Wincopin Circle Columbia, MD
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Ponds, Puddles & Creeks Open House
Take hayride to Cattail Creek. Wear water shoes & catch creek critters. Identify & learn habitats & life cycles. Feed the farm animals. Visit www.sharpfarm.com for more details. Must register by 8/7 by calling 410-489-2572.
Location Info:Sharp's at Waterford Farm 4003 Jennings Chapel Road Brookeville, MD 20833
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Caving with Terrapin Adventures
Discover a hidden world beneath your feet. Whether you call it caving, spelunking, or potholing you will experience the adventure of a lifetime. Our knowledgeable guides will introduce you to the basics of cave exploration, safety, and stewardship. Terrapin Adventures will provide: Box Lunch, All necessary caving gear (helmets, headlamps), Friendly, knowledgeable guides. Cost $59 per person; Pre-registration required at www.terrapinadventures.com/tours-trips or call 301-725-1313
Location Info:Terrapin Adventures Savage, MD 20763
Beer & Fear at Terrapin Adventures
Spend two hours sampling our challenge course: scale the 43′ tower, traverse all 18 crossings on our High Ropes Challenge Course, glide through the forest on our 330′ zip line and experience 2G’s of force on our Giant Swing. Then reward yourself with one of six mouth-watering menu items paired with a sampler showcasing six different Rams Head Tavern Beers or wine. After selecting the beverage you liked the best, you get a full glass to enjoy. Cost: $79.95 Pre-registration required at www.TerrapinAdventures.com/events or call 301-725-1313
Location Info:Terrapin Adventures 8600 Foundry Street Savage, MD 20763
Perseids Meteor Shower
Dr. Parviz Ghavamian, assistant professor of astrophysics at Towson University, will have his high power viewing telescope to look at planets and moon and will explain the meteor shower phenomenon. Bring reclining lawn chair or blanket, water, snack, possibly insect deterrent.. Dress for evening temperatures.