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Kent County Maryland Calendar of Events- March 2021


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March 2

RiverArts Salon: Looking Back with Natalie Donoso & Annie Woodall of the Kent County Public Library
  • RiverArts Salon: Looking Back with Natalie Donoso & Annie Woodall of the Kent County Public Library

  • Tuesday,   |  5:00 - 5:45 pm
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Join Kent County Public Library librarians to talk about looking back and how much the past should inform people's perceptions of the present. They will discuss the library's upcoming "...

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“Thomas Jefferson’s Education: Youth, Honor, Slavery, and Violence” A Talk by Alan Taylor
  • “Thomas Jefferson’s Education: Youth, Honor, Slavery, and Violence” A Talk by Alan Taylor

  • Tuesday,   |  6:00 PM
  • Location: Washington College - Virtual Event!
  • Please visit www.washcoll.edu/calendar for more details about this event.

    Funded as part of the Guy F. Goodfellow Lecture Series, this program is free and open to the public.
    Registration is requi...

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March 3

Mar 3 - Pop-Art Coloring for a Good Cause - Collaborative Project Class (via Zoom)
  • Mar 3 - Pop-Art Coloring for a Good Cause - Collaborative Project Class (via Zoom)

  • Wednesday,   |  12 noon
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Do you like to color? Is your favorite part of creating art getting to choose the glorious color palette you'll use to complete your work? Do you like to give back to the larger community? Then t...

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March 9

RiverArts Salon: Mindful Simplicity with Yolanda Acree
  • RiverArts Salon: Mindful Simplicity with Yolanda Acree

  • Tuesday,   |  5:00 - 5:45 pm
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Learn strategies for living simply and intentionally from creative local collage artist Yolanda Acree. In addition to being an artist, Yolanda is the author of Mindful Simplicity: Practical Strategies...

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March 11

Mar 11 - Paper Cityscapes with Rosa Leff (via Zoom)
  • Mar 11 - Paper Cityscapes with Rosa Leff (via Zoom)

  • Thursday,   |  5 - 8 pm
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Papermaking spread from China to the Islamic world by the 8th century. By the 11th century it had made its way throughout Europe. Each culture along that path developed its own unique style of papercu...

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  • Black Studies Symposium "Leading while Black" featuring Joyell Arvella

  • Thursday,   |  5:00 PM
  • Location: Virtual Event - Washington College
  • Visit the website for program information.

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March 12

The Zach Lambert Quartet
  • The Zach Lambert Quartet

  • Friday,   |  7 pm
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 N. Main St.
  • The Mainstay welcomes back inaugural scholarship winner Zach Lambert and his friends for their long-awaited livestream performance. This jazz trio with a focus on standards is sure to have viewers mo...

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March 18

  • Black Studies Symposium "Speaking while Black" featuring Nick Jones

  • Thursday,   |  5:00 PM
  • Location: Virtual Event - Washington College - Virtual Event - Washington College
  • Visit the website for program information.

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March 23

RiverArts Salon: Discover Louise Gluck, America's Nobel Laureate, with Dr. James Allen Hall
  • RiverArts Salon: Discover Louise Gluck, America's Nobel Laureate, with Dr. James Allen Hall

  • Tuesday,   |  5:00 - 5:45 pm
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Louise Glück: America's Nobel Laureate:

    In 2020, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Louise Glück, a poet who published her first collection in 1968 when she was in her mid...

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March 25

Mar 25 - Pysanky: Creating a New World Vision From Ancient Design with Coreen Weilminster (via Zoom)
  • Mar 25 - Pysanky: Creating a New World Vision From Ancient Design with Coreen Weilminster (via Zoom)

  • Thursday,   |  6-8 pm
  • Location: Arts Alive! - online
  • Considered by many to be a "sacred magical art", the creation of a talisman with specific intentions written into the life-giving egg, the Pysanky is an ancient means to celebrate the cycles...

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