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Maryland Day Weekend is a unique heritage based group of events in Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County. Maryland Day celebrations are a hit with family and friends getting together to experience the local history, culture and heritage of the region…Maryland Day commemorates the formal founding of the colony of Maryland, when the newly arrived colonists erected a cross on St. Clement’s Island, offered prayers (perhaps by saying Mass), and took “possession of this Countrey for our Saviour and for our soveraigne Lord the King of England.” Information provided by Maryland Day.
The Everything Tour – Saturday, April 1st, 1:00pm-2:30pm
Join Mistress Mary as she leads guests through the Historic District, ending at St. Anne’s Church. You’ll get a little history, a splash of scandal, some mysterious ghost stories, and much more on this entertaining sampler of Watermark’s various walking tours.
Tour Departure Location: Visitor’s Information Booth | Free event | Advanced registration recommended.
Memorials of Annapolis – Sunday, April 2nd, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
From plaques on benches, to street names and statues, everything is Annapolis has a story! Beginning at Susan Campbell Park, Squire Richard, aka former Annapolis Mayor Richard Hillman, will be strolling around town sharing the stories and events of those memorialized in various places around the city.
Tour Departure Location: Susan Campbell Park | Free event | Advanced registration recommended.
Learn more at MarylandDay.org.