Antique Boat Show, Fathers Day Cruise Come To MD Waters – Patch.com

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Skip to main contentEdgewater-Davidsonville, MDBroadneck, MDSeverna Park, MDCrofton, MDAnne Arundel, MDBowie, MDOdenton-Severn, MDGlen Burnie, MDUpper Marlboro, MDGreenbelt, MDMarylandTop National NewsSee All CommunitiesMARYLAND — Summertime activities are returning as the weather warms and restrictions ease. Whether you're a boat lover, a bird watcher or a history buff, Maryland has just the event for you.Patch recently partnered with several local organizations to bring you their latest news. This guest contribution comes from National Park Service Chesapeake Gateways and Chesapeake Conservancy. Here's what Jody Hedeman Couser submitted to help you explore the Chesapeake Bay: "Antique & Classic Boat Festival Wooden and fiberglass classics, vintage racers, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are returning to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum for the 33rd Antique & Classic Boat Festival. This year's festival celebrates a theme of Cruising on the Chesapeake, with classic-style cabin and express cruisers and sport fishing boats expected to attend, and a full slate of boating history seminars. The festival brings juried fine artists, craftspeople, and vendors, offering nautical and maritime-themed items for boat and home. June 18 through June 21, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels, MD. More information and tickets.Leight Park Wade-In Festival Splash into the summer season at this family fun festival at Leight Park Estuary Center. Kick off the day by pulling up your pants legs and wading into Otter Point Creek to measure water quality the way retired Maryland State Senator Bernie Fowler has done for 33 years with his "sneaker index." The afternoon fun activities include free canoeing, live music, fun with water chemistry, live animals, decoy carving demo, and more! $5 per car, advance reservation required. June 5, 1: 00 pm to 4: 00 pm; Anita C. Leight Estuary Center, Abingdon, MD. More information and registration. 40 Birds That Everyone in the DMV Should Know Whether you already recognize these friends from your adventures, or are just beginning to observe the birds around you, this is an opportunity to get some inside information and fascinating facts about every one of these species. Audubon Naturalist Society naturalist Mark Garland will be presenting this webinar. $15 for nonmembers. June 1, 7: 00 pm to 8: 00 pm. Registration.Father's Day Cruise on Wm. B. Tennison Treat dad to a uniquely Chesapeake event, a cruise taking in the sights and sounds of the Solomons Harbor and Patuxent River. Wm. B. Tennison is a nine-log sailing bugeye hull converted to a powered buy-boat. June 20, 4: 00 pm to 5: 00 pm; Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in Solomons, Maryland. Regular one-hour river cruises are also available Wednesday-Sunday, May through October. More information and tickets. Picknicking By The Water The Chesapeake Bay watershed provides lots of places to picnic by the water. For a picnic with lots of friends and family, check out one of the Chesapeake region's awesome waterfront parks, from Elk Neck State Park all the way to Gloucester Point Beach Park. Many have picnic shelters with tables and grills that overlook the beautiful Bay or one of its rivers. If you prefer a lakeside retreat, head to Bald Eagle State Park in Pennsylvania, Rocky Gap State Park in Maryland, or Bear Creek Lake State Park in Virginia. Looking for a more secluded picnicking spot? Lay a blanket in the sand at Douglas Point on the Potomac, Myrtle Point Park on the Patuxent, or Powhatan State Park on the James. On the Eastern Shore, seek out your own private patch of beach at marshy Janes Island State Park and watch the sun set over the water. More picnicking by the water ideas. Explore the Current, Weather and Captain John Smith's Historic Voyage with CBIBS! Head out on the water and learn firsthand the experiences of Captain John Smith's Voyage on NOAA's Chesapeake Bay interpretive Buoy System. CBIBS provides real time weather and environmental information, as well as a glimpse into living Chesapeake Bay History. You can also download the app for your Android or iPhone from the website. Note: some buoys may be offline with no data currently available.Chesapeake Trail Riverview Take a virtual tour of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail from your computer or mobile device! To help you plan your trip before you go, the Chesapeake Conservancy partnered with Terrain360 to bring you virtual tours of the trail's great rivers. Sit back and virtually explore the Elk, James (sponsored by the James River Association), Nanticoke, Northeast, Patapsco, Patuxent, Potomac, Rappahannock, Sassafras, Susquehanna, and York rivers. Check out some of the Chesapeake's special places like Werowocomoco, Fones Cliffs, Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Mallows Bay. We hope to eventually bring you a virtual tour of the entire Chesapeake Trail! Explore the Chesapeake's great rivers on our website." Subscribe to your local Patch newsletter. Download our mobile application from the App Store or Google Play. Have a story idea? Please contact me at [email protected] with any pitches, tips or questions. Follow me on Twitter @JacobBaumgart and on Facebook @JacobBaumgartJournalist to stay up-to-date with the latest Anne Arundel County and Prince George's County news.The rules of replying: Be respectful. This is a space for friendly local discussions. No racist, discriminatory, vulgar or threatening language will be tolerated. Be transparent. Use your real name, and back up your claims. Keep it local and relevant. Make sure your replies stay on topic. Review the Patch Community Guidelines.
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