Annapolis Makerspace

Log in


  • Wednesday, May 01, 2019 7:13 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Today 5/2 - Maryland Hall - Making an Impression: Etchings from the Anne Arundel Community College Print Shop

    Sat - Hammond Harwood House and Chase Lloyd downtown Annapolis - Derby Fest: Celebrate the History of Horse Racing in Annapolis - Watch the Kentucky Derby, enjoy mint juleps, beer, wine, food, games and more.

    Sat 5/4 - American Visionary Art Museum - Baltimore - 21st Annual Kinetic Sculpture Race - A race of wacky, imaginative, totally human powered, works of art.. Traveling on land, through mud and over the waters of the inner harbor.

    Sun 5/5 - Inaugural First Sunday Arts Festival of 2019! Head down and support the fabulous arts district with over 130 artists and vendors and great live entertainment!

    Sun 5/5 - Made in Maryland Festival - Kurtz’s Beach - Pasadena - Celebrating all things Maryland! The only completely Maryland-themed festival, it features live music, local wineries, breweries, food vendors and more, including live jousting!

    Sun 5/5 - AACo ASPCA Walk for the Animals at Quiet Waters Park - Take a stroll in the park, help raise money for the SPCA, check out the vendors, check out the Cars & Critters car show and check out the K9 Demo and Agility Yard!

    Mon 5/6 - Annapolis Quilt Guild has their Guild Meeting on the first Monday of each month at the St Philips Episcopal Church on Bestgate Rd

    Tue - 5/7 - Whole Foods Annapolis - Half Pint Kids Club: Breakfast on a Stick for kids 3-5. Learn how to make a delicious snack using all natural ingredients!

    Wed - 5/8 - Annapolis Watercolor Club - Monthly general meeting at Maryland Hall

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tue - 5/7 - What’s Dope open mic night

    Still a few more dates left in their Spring semester, classes including Sketchbooking, Art Discovery, Mixed Media Art, Cartooning as well as a few dates left in their Clown School at Art Farm

    GEMS - Girls Excelling in Math and Science

    Sat 5/4 - STEM Saturday Academy - New Carrollton Branch Library - Exploring STEM through fun hands on activities

    Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

    Sat 5/4 - The Art & Design in Video Games with artist Tyrone Barnes - Bread down the basics of game design and learn how to create video game characters and their environments

    Pongos also has their regular weekday theme nights as well as their daily Little Scientists club to check out!

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues - Monthly Fusion 360 CAD night
    Wed - Woodworking night
    Thurs - Electronics night

  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 7:33 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Now through end of September - Brookside Gardens - Wheaton - Wings of Fancy: Live Butterfly & Caterpillar Exhibit - Interact with hundreds of native and exotic butterflies from North America, Costa Rica, Africa and Asia

    Today - Newks Eatery in Annapolis - Artist Jenn Moselen will be showing you know to create a Bottle Cap Anchor Plaque, creating an anchor themed wall hanging out of bottle caps!

    Tomorrow through Sunday - 7th Annual AwesomeCon - DC Convention Center - The Mid-Atlantic’s premier pop culture convention attended by over 80k fans of comics, technology, science, TV and film! There’s hundreds of hours of programming including celebrities and experts, exclusive reveals, cosplay fashion shows, gaming tournaments as well as their family friendly Awesome Con Jr pavilion. Returning this year is the Smithsonian presenting FutureCon, a science pavilion showcasing the intersection of science and science-fiction. Also back is Pride Alley presented by Geek OUT and Washington Blade, shining a spotlight on LGBTQ creators and fans. Something for everyone!

    Sat - National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, near BWI - RobotFest - An annual event for anyone interested in the creative use of technology. Featuring roboticists, hackers, artists, hobbyists and makers of any age. So many cool things to see in the museum as well as the guest organizations for Robotfest

    Sat - Quiet Waters Park Earth Day Festival - starting with the Annual Run for Nature 5K, the event will also feature live music, food trucks, vendors and a guided kayak tour!

    Sat - Bacon Ridge Natural Area in Crownsville - 14th Annual Walk in the Woods sponsored by the Scenic Rivers Land Trust and the AACo Dept of Recreation and PArks. Explore the beautiful Bacon Ridge area, enjoying a variety of guided hikes including bird watching, amphibian searches and naturalist hikes scheduled throughout the day.

    Sun - Hancock’s Resolution farmhouse in Gibson Island - Spring Farm Festival - Featuring the oldest grove of lilacs open to the public in AACo. The festival will feature farm animals typical of a working farm, folk music, crafts, beekeeping demonstrations and more.

    Sun - Maryland Ave, downtown Annapolis - Maryland Avenue Earth Day Spring Fest - Enjoy an old fashioned street festival with green exhibitors, merchants and vendors offering art, antiques, jewelry, fashion, home decor, crafts, food and activities for the entire family.

    Tue morning - Whole Foods in Annapolis - Every Tuesday, Whole Foods has a HalfPint Kids Club culinary or craft workshop and this week is Banana Sushi for ages 3-5. Also check out their semi regular Wednesday night food fitness classes and Friday night general cooking classes like Designer Pasta and Pasta Sauces tomorrow night!

    Wed - 5/1 is May Day! Celebrate with the 63rd annual May Day Basket Competition sponsored by the Garden Club of Old Annapolis Town.

    Local by Design

    Today - Rustic Signs with Cricket Studio

    Wed - Zentangle - An easy to learn drawing technique that inspires creativity and develops mindfulness

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tomorrow - Woodburning Workshop - Learn the techniques of pyrography, the art of drawing with fire.

    Wednesday - six week Intro to Improv Class starts

    There’s also a few of their Spring Semester classes you can drop in on..

    Sunday night Clown School
    Monday night Sketchbooking for ages 11-15
    Tuesday night Art Discovery for ages 5-7
    Wednesday night Mixed Media for ages 8-11
    Thursday night Cartooning for ages 11-15

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Tonight - Glass Enamel Painting - Putting April Flowers on stemmed or stemless wine glasses, beer steins, pint glasses and mason jars!

    Benjamin Banneker Museum & Park - Ellicott City

    Sat - Moss Workshop - On the lsat Saturday of each month, they take a closer look at a moss or two and identify them!


    Today - Deale - Coding Club - Teaching kids how to program using the simple drag and drop programming language, Scratch

    Sat - Eastport Annapolis Neck Library - Taste the Rainbow - Bring the little ones, ages 2-6, to play games and learn about healthy eating. Each child will have an opportunity to taste colorful fruits and vegetables!

    Today - Maryland City at Russett - Storytime Goes STEM

    Today - Linthicum - Build & Play - Legos

    Wednesday - Linthicum - Chess Club

    Patuxent Lapidary Guild

    Sunday - Earleigh Heights Fire Dept - Severna Park - Patuxent Lapidary Guild annual Gem, Jewelry, Fossil and Mineral Show - See what some of their members have created and see what you could learn how to do yourself at PLG

  • Thursday, April 18, 2019 7:01 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Sat 4/20 - Londontown Garden - Spring Plant Sale - Their annual plant sale returns featuring an emphasis on plans found in London Town’s horticultural collections.

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Sun - The Clown School at Art Farm

    Still a few more classes left in their Spring Session:

    Thursdays - Cartooning for ages 11-15
    Mondays - Sketchbooking for ages 11-15
    Tuesdays - Art discovery for ages 5-7
    Wednesdays - Mix Media Art for ages 8-11

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    A few Spring Flint workshops for the kids… ages 6-13 should check out today’s Handbuilding Clay workshop making Elephant Wall Vases

    … tomorrow’s Glass Fusing workshop making a Spring Flower Bowl..

    … or Monday’s Canvas workshop making a Boots Bouquet

    .. and for adults, tomorrow they’re doing Glass Enamel Painting making April Flowers


    Today - Annapolis (temp capital drive) - LEGO Imagination Station

    Sat - Mountain Rd - building with Minecraft

    Sat - Odenton - Build & Play with LEGOs

    Sat - Crofton - celebrating Earth Day - Join local Master Watershed Stewards for fun activities for the whole family including storytime, games, arts and crafts, water explorations and the interactive murder mystery “Who Killed Rocky Rock Fish?”

    Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

    Weekdays - Little Scientists Club for ages 3-6 with adult - Kids explore chemistry, physics, biology, earth science and more..

    Tonight - Robotics Club Thursday Night
    Tomorrow - More Little Scientists and Friday night Gamer Night
    Mon - LEGO Club
    Tues - Coder Kids Club and Chess Club
    Wed Morning - Preschool robotics Club
    Wed - YouTube Stars & Animators Club

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Fri - Game On! Analog Game Night! - Come and check out some fun and unique board and card games, bring your favorite or play what we got.

    Tues - 4/23 - Monthly General Meeting and Open House

    CHANGE: WEDNESDAYs are now our official Woodworking Night - If you want to get into woodworking or want to pick someone’s brain on a project you’re working on, drop by on Mondays to meet other local woodworkers.

    Thurs - Electronics Night - Discussing electronics, microcontrollers and single board computers like the Raspberry Pi

  • Thursday, April 11, 2019 11:47 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Today - 4/11 - Creative and Performing Arts of South County in Edgewater is having a Portrait Workshop - Exploring the basics of creating naturalistic portraits as well as drawing from observation. No experience required, just bring a photo to work off of, headshots only.

    Sat 4/13 - Maggiano’s Annapolis Mall - Kids Class - Meatballs Marinara - Kids will learn how to build their own meatballs and marinara sauce. Kids will receive their own chef hat and apron that they can take home with them. Class is preceded by a buffet style breakfast and the bar will be open with $2 mimosas and $5 bloody marys for mom and dad. After 8 classes, the kids will receive a monogrammed chef coat!

    Sat 4/13 - Howard Community College - GreenFest 2019 - f/ Green vendors, DIY workshops, kids activities, native plant sale. Green building tours, wildlife exhibits, rain barrel giveaways and more

    Sat 4/13 - Beverly Triton Nature Park - i-Naturalist Hike - Join one of their rangers for a short hike and introduction to the i-Naturalist phone app which lets you take photos of things in nature to help build a global database of environmental observations. Bring an iPhone or Android phone and shoes you don’t mind getting muddy.

    Tomorrow through April 23 - Westminster - PEEP Show - 12th annual display of marshmallow masterpieces with more than 150 exhibits including sculptures, dioramas, oversized characters and more inspired by Peeps!

    Local by Design

    Sat 4/13 - Cherry Blossoms in Watercolor

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    New location! Off of Chinquapin Round Road

    Sat 4/13 - Ukrainian Egg Decorating - Create a beautiful egg in the time-honored Ukrainian tradition of Pysanky, a symbolic piece of art to invoke a new world vision!

    Also check out their various ongoing art classes in mixed media, cartooning, adult drawing and sketchbooking as well as their kids spring semester classes.

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Fr 4/12i - Kids Night Out: Peter Rabbit

    Sun 4/14 - Wet Clay - Making handmade ceramic Tick Tock Clocks, a clock face made from wet ceramic with real working clock hands.

    GEMS - girls excelling in math and science

    Sat 4/13 - STEM Saturday Academy at the New Carrollton Branch Library - Exploring STEM through hands on activities. Breakfast and lunch provided. Register today at


    Sat 4/13 - Riviera Beach - Build a Fairy/Gnome House - Use natural and recycled materials to build a fairy or gnome house for your garden.

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues - CAD/CAM and CNC with Autodesk Fusion 360

    NEW! WEDNESDAYs are official Woodworking night - If you want to get into woodworking or want to pick someone’s brain on a project you’re working on, drop by on Mondays to meet other local woodworkers.

    Thurs - Electronics Night

  • Thursday, April 04, 2019 9:37 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    4/6 - Annapolis Book Festival - In it’s 17th year, the Book Festival has become one of the premier community events in the region! Every year, more than 3k people attend this free community festival that celebrates the written word!

    Going on now through May 17th - Quiet Waters Park - Creative Odyssey - featuring three location artists from the Caring Collection Inc, showing off their wood turnings, photography and stained glass.

    Various dates in April, now through April 21st - Londontown Gardens is hosting Escape London Town: Ferguson Tavern! - The year is 1763, you wake to find yourself locked in the tavern with your things missing. Your ship leaves in one hour. Can you make it out in time? This unique escape room puts you not just in a puzzle to solve, but back in time!

    Chesapeake Maritime Museum - St Michaels

    Exhibition optioning Sat 4/6 - Beach Finds of the Chesapeake - Explores a sampling of the different types of finds discovered by those who seek to preserve the history of the region by collecting fragments of the past. From shark’s teeth and 20 million year old fossils to Victorian doll parks, to modern plastic toys and marine debris. The bay holds history, treatures and trash alike to be discovered by beachcombers.

    4/6-4/7 - 8th Annual Eastern Shore Seaglass Festival - returns with a larger waterfront location at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Featuring over 70 artisans exhibiting and selling coasting and sea glass related jewelry, home decor, art and more. Including live museum, food and libations.

    Wed 4/10 - Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum - Bronze Casting Workshop - Learn about bronze and aluminum casting, creating wood, foam or wax molds, working with sand and furnace and pouring molten metal. Also learn about lost wax or investment casting and more traditional green sand techniques.

    Kinder Farm Park - Millersville

    Sun 4/7 - Watch Chesapeake Forge Blacksmith Guild members work on forging metal, a trade that is over 100 years old but still alive today.

    Mon 4/8 - Chesapeake Forge Blacksmith Guild Meeting - the CFBG meets every Monday night. Members learn and practice new techniques as they work on their projects.

    Wed 4/10 - Sawmill Workshop - Weather permitting, Kinder Farm Park’s own Sawmill Club will be running logs through the mill!

    Local by Design

    Sat 4/6 - Rustic Signs w/Cricket Studio - Jode from Cricket Studio shows you how to paint, stain and stencil your own wood sign

    Sun 4/7 - Fused Glass Seahorse or Mermaid Class - Create your own seahorse or mermaid hanging ornament!

    Maryland Hall

    Sat 4/6 - Sip and Carve with Anita Hagan - One time block carving and printing workshop

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Tonight - Ladies Night
    Tues 4/9 - Preschool book club - The Tale of Peter Rabbit


    Tomorrow 4.5 - Discoveries: Library at the Mall - Grow & Learn - Join the library for a storytime to find out how plants grow and plant a seed of your own! For ages 3 - 5.

    Sat 4/6 - Deale - Accessible STEAM: WiggleBots - Make a creature that movies using a battery and motor that vibrates. This program helps children expore STEAM using accessible design, especially good for those with visual disabilities.

    Sat 4/6 - Severn - Little Robots Story Time - Using Cubetto, a friendly wooden robot, your child will learn the basics of computer programming through screen-free, hands-on play

    Tues 4/9 - Deale - Earth Day STEM Storytime

    Tues 4/9 - DIY 3D Puffy Paint - Create puffy paint with ingredients found in your pantry!

    Wed 4/10 - SoCoGrow - featuring Homestead Gardens’ Heather Wheatley, discussing sustainable growing techniques in Franche. Learn how planting for the long-term will help nurture birds and other wildlife for years to come!

    Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

    Tonight - Thursday night Robotics Club
    Tomorrow - Friday night Gamer club
    Sat/Sun - Adults only game night
    Mon - Monday night LEGO Club
    Tues - Tuesday night Coder Kids Club
    Wed - Wednesday night YouTube Stars & Animators Club

    Patuxent Lapidary Guild

    Sat 4/6 - Beginning Fold forming or Fold Form Cuff - First time students will make 6 projects of sample styles, earrings and a bracelet with copper by hammering and forming. Some silversmithing experience is helpful but not required.   EVENT CANCELLED

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues - 4/9 - So Sew! - Our monthly sewing workshop!

  • Thursday, March 28, 2019 7:47 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Sun 3/31 - Maryland Day was March 25th but you can still Maryland Day: Experience It! With Historic Annapolis - Enjoy a guided tour of the William Paca House for just $1 and explore Mr Paca’s 2 acre garden.

    Maryland Hall

    Sat/Sun 3/30-3/31 - BIG INK - large scale woodblock print show, Maryland Hall - Eact artist features has carved a large scale woodblock from 2ft x 4ft up to almost 4ft x 8ft to make a print with.

    Sun 3/31 - Free ArtFest - Maryland Hall - A day of creativity featuring art demonstrations, music recitals, dance performances, exhibitions, hands on activities and children’s crafts.. Capped off with a concert performed by the Naval Academy Band! The free open house showcases the arts at Maryland Hall like no other single day, attracting over 1,000 people of all ages!

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Sun 3/31 - Techniques Workshop: Silkscreening for pottery


    Today 3/28 - Deale - Coding Club - Teaching kids how to program using the Scratch programming language to create video games, animations and interactive stories

    Today 3/28 - Crofton - Women in STEM continues featuring more women presenting accounts of how STEM have impacted their lives

    Wed 4/3 - Pollution Solutions for the Chesapeake: Your Landscape Matters - Alison Milligan, a master watershed steward, will discuss the impact of stormwater on our communities and explore how your actions and native plant selections can reduce pollution in the bay.

    Also don’t miss their Storytime Goes STEM, Maker Mondays, STEAM Tuesdays, Chess Club as well as various Build & Play with Legos and Minecraft days.

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues - Monthly Fusion 360 3D Design workshop with Russ

  • Thursday, March 21, 2019 7:03 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Today through Sunday (3/21-3/24) -7th Annual Annapolis Film Festival. Every year it seems to get bigger and bigger. This year it features 70+ films on a variety of subjects. One, in particular, that caught my eye was “General Magic”, a film about the Silicon Valley company that developed many of the precursors to the technology we use every day. Without the work of General Magic, we may not have the smartphones we all enjoy today. That’s playing at St Johns’ Key Auditorium on Saturday, but check out all the other great films including "The Public", the film starring Emilio Estevez, Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater about rebellious librarians turning the Cincinnati Public Library into an impromptu homeless shelter during one of the most brutal cold snaps in Cincinnati history as well as "Villains", a dark comedy starring Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey Donovan and Bill Skarsgard.

    Tomorrow through Sunday - Hunt Valley - Unpub 9 - Unpublished Games Festival

    Registration is open for Project STEAM MD Summer Camp 2019 in Owings Mills for students in 1st through 5th grades. Camp activities include Minecraft, Traditional and Digital Art, Computer Science, Game Design, 3D Printing, Day Trips, Sculpture, Swimming, and more

    Local by Design

    Sat 3/23 - Annapolis Mall - Zentangle - Discover an easy to learn drawing technique that inspires creativity and develops mindfulness. Combine simple repetitive drawing strokes into “tangles” to create beautiful, personalized patterns.

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tonight - 3/21 - Foundations of Photography Workshop

    Tues 3/26 - First night of a 4 week Adult Drawing Class

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Wed - 3/27 - Technique Workshop - Silkscreens Applied to Pottery


    Today - Crofton - Women in STEM - continues in this series showcasing women from all walks of life presenting accounts of how STEM has impacted their lives.

    Wed - Discoveries: The Library at the Mall - Challenge the STEM Midshipmen in STEM strategy games and activities to hone your critical thinking and hands on skills.

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues - Monthly general meeting/open house - A great time to come out and check out the shop and meet some of our members.

  • Thursday, March 14, 2019 6:54 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Sat 3/16 - Brain Awareness Day at the Medical Museum in Silver Spring - Explore the exciting world of neuroscience with brain scientists, researchers, clinicians and museum educators and enjoy interactive demonstrations and exhibits about the brain.

    Sat 3/16 - Arduino Day 2019 - Arduinos are a type of microcontroller.. Like a mini-computer, but it only runs one program. Come on out on Thursday nights for our electronics night and we can show you what Arduinos and other similar boards can do!

    Tues/Wed (3/19-3/20) - Oregon Ridge Nature Center - Amphibian Walk - Join a naturalist in the wetlands of Oregon ridge to listen for the calls of frogs and toads. Learn what each sounds like, why they call and where they live and also learn about FrogWatchUSA’s monitor effort.

    Now through April 22 at Annmarie Sculpture Garden in Solomons - Annmarie’s Salon des Refuses: A Last Chance Show and Sale - Modeled after the Parisian Salon of 1862, this is an ‘exhibition of rejects’ that includes works that have previously been turned down by a gallery or show, or just haven’t sold.

    Local by Design

    Today 3/14 - Beginner’s Watercolor Class - Raye of Light Studio will be teaching the bsaic techniques of watercolor painting painting simple botanical lemons

    Wed 3/20 - Watering Can Decorative Painting Class - Get into the Spring spirit and discover simple paint strokes to create your own cherry blossom watering can

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tonight 3/14 - MAKE IT: Macrame Wall Hanging - In this workshop, you’ll follow along step by step and learn three basic macrame knot techniques to make your own macrame wall hanging designed just for this workshop.


    Today - Maryland City at Russett - Virtual Reality Adventures - Teens - Exploring virtual reality games

    Today - Crofton - Women in STEM - The library’s mission is “Educate, Enrich, Inspire”. This series showcases women from all walks of life presenting accounts of how STEM has impacted their lives

    Tues - Deale - Coding w/Ozobots - Meet the ozobot and learn some new coding skills! For elementary school students and teens

    Wed - Odenton - Create in 3D - Anne Arundel Community College presents a variety of ways 3D printing is used. Explore Odenton Library’s new Creation Station as well! There’s limited seating and registration is required. Part of the Adulting 101 series for teens.

    Tomorrow - Annapolis - LEGO Challenge
    Sat - Eastport Annapolis Neck - Build & Play
    Sat - Odenton - Build & Play

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Fri/Tomorrow - Game On! - Analog gaming night!

    Sat - Spring Fling and Open House! - Noon to 4pm (afternoon) come out and meet our members and check out the shop. See and hear about some of the projects people have worked on and what they love about Annapolis Makerspace!

    Mon - Fundraiser at BGR! - Mention Annapolis Makerspace when you stop by BGR their tasty burgers and milkshakes and we’ll get 20% of your tab then drop by Annapolis Makerspace for our woodworking night and open house!

    Tues - Monthly CAD/CAM and CNC - If you’re interested in CNC routing like

  • Thursday, March 07, 2019 7:22 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Tonight - Londontown Gardens - Archaeology Lab Night workshop learning to identify animal bones.

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tomorrow - ArtFarm Winter Kids Art Show - The end of the winter semester means it’s time for an exhibition of works created by the talented students who have been learning and working for the last 8 weeks. Stop in for a cookie and some bubbly, meet the teachers and maybe sign up for a spring or summer semester :)

    Sat - 3/9 - ArtFarm is having a gallery opening on Saturday featuring new works by students from the Anne Arundel Community College Dept of Visual Arts

    Also, registration is live for ArtFarm’s summer camps for 2019. Various camps include Street Art, Mini Animation Camp, Nature Inspired Art, Painting and Drawing, Mixed Media, 3D Sculpture, Circus in the Classroom and of course the Fearless Girls Photography camps.


    Maryland Hall

    Tonight - Gallery Reception featuring the works of Joanne S Scott, one of the co-founders of Maryland Hall back in 1978... Tony Spencer, a recording artist/poet/model/composer and story teller as well as BIG INK, an exhibition of archived BIG INK large scale woodblock prints.

    Clay Bakers - Annapolis

    Tonight 3/7 - Ladies Night

    Tomorrow/Fri 3/8 - Kids Night Out - A Bugs Life

    Sun/Mon - 3/10-3/11 - Glass fusing - Napkin Vases

    Tues - 3/12 - PreSchool Book Club - Ten Lucky Leprechauns

    GEMS - Girls Excelling in Math and Science

    Sat 3/9 - Join GEMS for another Saturday Academy at the New Carrollton Branch Library - Explore StEm through hands-on activities with breakfast and lunch included. Register at


    Tonight - 3/7 - Crofton - Women in STEM - This series showcases women from all walks of life presenting accounts of how STEM has impacted their lives.

    Sat - 3/9 - Brooklyn Park - Teens + STEM = Opportunities - Learning about different STEM career opportunities through hands on activities

    Sat - 3/9 - Severna Park - Get Ready for Pi Day - Pi Day is March 14th! Exercise your math skills by listening to a math-themed story and participating in math-related activities.

    Tues - 3/12 - Odenton - Kids Can Cook: Meatless Meals - Join Emily Craft, in-store nutritionist at Giant Food to learn how to make meals with vegetarian-friendly proteins. Registration is required.

    Wed - 3/13 - Deale - SoCoGrow - Meet the growers behind Windermere Farms mushroom and culinary herbs operation and learn about the local wild mushrooms that come in kit and log form that you can grown at home.

    Also don’t miss…

    Sat 3/9 - Maryland City at Russett - Virtual Reality Adventures

    Sat 3/9 - Severn - Slime Time

    Mon 3/11 - Linthicum - Maker Mondays

    Mon 3/11 - Severna Park - Minecraft Club

    Tues - Odenton - STEAM Tuesdays

    Pongos Learning Lab/Coder Kids Club - Crofton

    Tonight - Robotics Club - Learn to code by programming robits! Kids will have access to many of Pongos’ programmable robots and will work through challenges to learn how to get their robots to complete the challenges.

    Tomorrow - 3/8 - Gamer Club - Including games such as Roblox, Minecraft and Fortnite

    Mon - Builders Club, Arts & Crafts Club as well as their LEGO Club

    Tues - Coder Kids Club

    Wed - YouTube Stars and Animators Club

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tues 3/12 - Monthly Sewing Night - Come along and work on your own project, socialize or join along with Emi working on Simplicity Pattern 2290, a simple lounge pants pattern that even beginners can learn! If you have a sewing machine, bring it along.

  • Thursday, February 28, 2019 7:09 AM | Trevor Gryffyn (Administrator)

    Today - Annapolis Maritime Museum - Winter Lecture Series - Restoring Spa Creek: Taking an Urban Creek from Endangered to Swimmable - Donna Jefferson will provide an introduction to the Spa Creek Conservancy and it’s efforts to restore Spa Creek.

    Today - Baltimore - Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Education Speaker Series welcomes Danielle Feinberg, Director of Photography for Lighting at Pixar Animation Studios as well as Emily Calandrelli, producer and Emmy-nominated host of FOX’s “Xploration Outer Space for “Oh the Places You’ll go with STEM: Aeronautics to Technology and Beyond”

    Today and ending tomorrow - Columbia - Diversity Film Festival at Howard Community College - The diversity film festival features several of the films involve how differences can create “wonder”.

    Mon - Maryland Hall - the last film in the 11th Annual Bridges to the World International Film Festival airs. The last entries is “Wajd: Songs of Separation”, a Canadian film about Syrian musicians.

    Art Farm - Annapolis

    Tomorrow - Mardi Gras Mask Workshop - For ages 13+, you’ll make a mold of your own face using non-toxic plaster cloth. After it dries, you’ll paint it, add features, beads and whatever else is available, feel free to bring your own adornments to add to the design.

    Sun - The Clown School at Art Farm - Exploring the history of indigenous rituals to silent film comedians to modern day. Work through improv exercises that focus on the connection with the audience, perform exercises carefully constructed to build skills and techniques applicable to many differing performance venues including stage and on-camera.

    Wed - Intro to Improv Spring 6 week class - Reflex Improv is back for a six week class in the fundamentals of long-form improv. Improv is a great way of relieving anxiety, helping with teamwork and public speaking work and just being in the moment, in general..

    Also, registration is live for ArtFarm’s summer camps for 2019. Various camps include Street Art, Mini Animation Camp, Nature Inspired Art, Painting and Drawing, Mixed Media, 3D Sculpture, Circus in the Classroom and of course the Fearless Girls Photography camps.


    Today - Deale - Coding Club - Programming with Scratch, a simple visual programming language that can be used to create games as well as interactive stories

    Mon - Linthicum - Art in our Schools Program - Young artists from local elementary schools and their families are invited to a celebration of their art which has been on display this month in the libraries

    Tues - Severn - Mad Scientist Party - Try out some crazy science experiments and STEM activities inspired by discoveries from famous female scientists.

    In addition, don’t miss the various STEM Challenge Thursdays, Maker Mondays as well as build and play days. Head over to for more events

    Unallocated Space - Severn

    Saturday - Raspberry Jam Party! - Celebrating Raspberry Pi’s birthday, join Unallocated Space with show and tells, hands on exercises anyone can pick up including manipulating Minecraft with Python programming language, making LEDs blink and more. Anyone is welcome to participate!

    In addition to that, UAS has their regular…

    Tonight - HAM Radio Night
    Tomorrow - Defcon Group Hacker Hangout
    Mon - Project night
    Tues - 3D Printing Night
    Wed - Open House and Lockpicking night

    Annapolis Makerspace

    Tuesday - Monthly Fusion 360 3D Design Workshop

    Mondays - Woodworking Night
    Thurs - Electronics Night

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software