Traditional November Annapolitan Events
Nov 05, 2015 04:00PM ● Published by Melissa Lauren
Photo Credit: Roger Miller
Take a stroll through private historic homes in downtown Annapolis presented by Historic Annapolis as the illumination highlights distinct architecture.
Heave! Ho! The City of Annapolis and the Maritime Republic of Eastport will duke it out once again during the 18th Annual Tug of War. The annual “Slaughter Across the Water” benefits various charities. Let’s see if Annapolis can beat the victorious Eastport this year.
The mission of the Across the Bay 10K Chesapeake Bridge Run is to create a powerful, unique runner experience over one of the most iconic civil engineering structures anywhere in the world. The funds raised during the event will benefit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Blossom Buddies Charities, Learning for Living Benedictine, and various other charities.
Anne Arundel County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) will celebrate 18 years of service to abused and neglected children with their black-tie fundraising event. The festivities will include dining, dancing, and both a silent and live auction.
Fish for a Cure raises funds for Anne Arundel Medical Center’s Geaton and DeCesaris Cancer Institute, which provides patient support and survivorship programs. Go fish for a good cause starting at sunrise. Weigh in is at 5 p.m. at Pusser’s Caribbean Grille Dock Bar and The Shore Party is 6-10:30 p.m. at Annapolis Waterfront Marriott.
Join Easton Business Alliance and the Shops of Easton to get your holiday shopping done early. Participating merchants host mini-events for Sidewalk Saturday – local street music is performed, food and drink tastings are served. There’s fun for all in the charming town of Easton.
This acclaimed musical revue returns as a gloriously reminiscent tribute to the families and participants in WWII.
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