A bounty of things to do is revealed this week in the city. Enjoy the outdoorsy events plus the entertainment suited for the stage. Annapolis Entertainment USNA continues their springtime concert this week with a wind ensemble that’s part of the Annapolis Music Festival. The location is the USNA Chapel in Annapolis. The performance begins at 8 p.m. on Friday,
Spring seems to bring out the beauty in entertainment with ballets and various fluid performances, just as it brings out the beauty in the Earth. Fortunate for us, Annapolis features these plays, musicals, and ballets all around the city. Get out to smell the flowers and take pleasure in entertainment. Annapolis Entertainment Enjoy music but don’t want to
With the Chesapeake Bay all around, brick buildings, cobblestone streets, and such a lucrative restaurant industry, it’s no wonder taverns and pubs that both celebrate food and Annapolis history do so well downtown. The city’s close proximity to the Bay means that local seafood can often be the star of traditional dishes like Oysters Rockefeller and Crab Imperial.
It is a thing of beauty when Annapolis opens itself up to spring. This week, the season kicks off with outdoor volunteer opportunities and musical experiences to remind you of the contentment this weather brings. Annapolis Entertainment Celebrate the beauty of instrumental music and song with USNA’s Music Department this week. The Women’s Glee Club performs
This week in March is full of history, music, and entertainment that’s sure to please all walks and ages of life. Enjoy the weather and the entertainment simultaneously. Annapolis Entertainment Classic entertainment at local venues never goes out of style. This Friday, March 22, the USNA hosts a spring organ recital by Mr. Monte Maxwell. Enjoy the lovely melodies
Now that Daylight Savings time provided you more daylight, use it wisely on the entertainment below! Annapolis Entertainment Bay Theatre’s double-header plays, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You and The Actor’s Nightmare, are still available for viewing this week. The first centers around a nun who receives an unexpected visit from former students. The