Historic Annapolis Volunteer Update - March 26, 2015

Clubs and Organizations

March 27, 2015

From: Historic Annapolis

Friday, March 27 and Friday, April 3
Historic Annapolis Museum Store Continues Maryland Day Celebration with the Scavenger Hunt for History

The Historic Annapolis Museum Store and other Main Street businesses are staying open until 8:00 p.m. on Friday March 27 and April 3, to continue the fun of the Maryland Day family-friendly scavenger hunt. Follow the map and clues to solve the riddles that take you to local restaurants, art galleries, museums, and merchants. The Scavenger Hunt for History will have you travel along West Street, Church Circle, Main Street, State Circle, and Maryland Avenue. At each stop you can go inside the building to learn more about the current business and their Maryland made products. download the map and clues online at mainstreetsannapolis.org or pick up a scavenger hunt map at the Historic Annapolis Museum Store.
Historic Annapolis Museum Store
99 Main Street
10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 7
Finding Our 'Nace' Butler

Eight men named Nace (or Ignatius) Butler appeared in court in the 1790s to claim their freedom as descendants of Eleanor Butler. Which one was the Nace Butler featured in Historic Annapolis's Freedom Bound exhibit? Answering this question required combing through records at the Maryland State Archives, piecing together fragmentary clues, assembling a puzzle, and making some educated guesses. The short answer to the question: None! But there was a ninth Nace Butler who turned out to be both the right Nace and a twig at the end of a long branch. Learn more about the search for Nace by Dr. Jean Russo.
James Brice House, 42 East Street
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$10 General Admission
$8 for HA Members and Volunteers
To register for this event, please CLICK HERE.

Saturday, April 18
A Day in the Life: Colonial Kitchen

Come experience what a day was like for the children living in the William Paca House and the James Brice House in the 1760's and 1770's. What would you have worn? What games were popular? What would you have eaten? Did you have chores? Come have fun comparing your life to those of 18th century children through a variety of hands-on activities.

William Paca House, 186 Prince George Street
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
$5 per person, advanced registration is recommended
To register online, please CLICK HERE.