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SPRING PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

The Benefits of Bee Keeping

Thursday, April 23, at 6:30 pm

Presenter: Lee Vosters

To kick off our program series and in celebration of Earth Day, Friends of Mount Harmon Board member and beekeeper Lee Vosters will share her passion for bees, beekeeping, and their critical role as nature’s pollinators Thursday, April 23 at 6:30pm. Lee will also have some honey on hand to sample from her award winning Randalia Bee Hives.

Lecture Program: $5, Members Free

Pre-registration required.

Rsvp to info@mountharmon.org or 410-275-8819

 

Plein Air Painting Workshop

Sunday, May 3, 12noon – 2pm

Presenter: Artist Diane Laird

This two-hour workshop and interactive discussion will inspire both beginners and more advanced artists, as they see Plein Air and other painting/drawing techniques demonstrated. Participants can feel free to bring a sketchbook and a few painting supplies to experiment (in their lap or easel) during the demo, or simply enjoy the art-focused interaction. Participants will receive a day guest pass to return to Plein Air paint at their leisure on the beautiful Mount Harmon grounds.

Program Costs: $10

Pre-registration required.

Rsvp to info@mountharmon.org or 410-275-8819

 

Blue Heron Guided Kayak Paddle & House Tour

Thursday, May 14, 10am – 12:30pm

Presenter: Sultana Projects

Nature Program: Join naturalists form Sultana Education Foundation and their mobile kayak classroom to explore the creeks that surround Mount Harmon in search of the native Great Blue Heron. Paddlers are invited to tour the manor house after their paddle.

Program Costs: $30

Pre-registration required.

Rsvp to info@mountharmon.org or 410-275-8819

 

Woman in the Wheel House

Thursday, May 28, at 6:30 pm

Presenter: Nancy Robson

Local author Nancy Robson will be on hand Thursday, May 28 at 6:30pm to present her book “Woman in the Wheel House”. Nancy Taylor Robson is one of the first women in the country to earn a US Coast Guard license. She grew up sailing and building boats with her father. After earning a degree in history, she married and went to work alongside her husband on an old 85-foot tugboat. Her seagoing tours ranged from Maine to Florida, Bermuda, New Orleans and Mexico and bring that world to life. Author of numerous articles and essays, Nancy Taylor Robson is also the author of two novels: Course of the Waterman and A Love Like No Other: Abigail and John Adams, A Modern Love Story.

Lecture Program: $5, Members Free

Pre-registration required.

Rsvp to info@mountharmon.org or 410-275-8819

 

 

Herb Gardening & Plant Exchange

Saturday, June 13, 1pm – 3pm

Presenter: Marcia Maggie

Join FOMH Board member and Garden Committee Chair Marcia Haggie to learn about the Mount Harmon herb garden. Participants should come ready to roll up their sleeves and get dirty, and help in the garden. Participants are asked to bring 3 favorite plants for a plant exchange, and each will leave with 3 new plants for their own garden.

Program Cost: $10

Pre-registration required.

Rsvp to info@mountharmon.org or 410-275-8819