Events

ANNAPOLIS, MD – (March 12, 2020) Along with our entire community, we have been cautiously optimistic regarding the COVID-19. For the last week, we've been closely monitoring the situation, hoping that we'll be able to proceed in hosting Annapolis's beloved tradition, the 2020 Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning. Late today, Thursday, March 12, Governor Hogan announced several steps to safeguard...

ANNAPOLIS, MD – (January 20, 2020) “Goodbye to winter, only deck shoes we wear! Though the socks we are burning leave a stink in the air!” So reads the poem recited each year as hundreds of Annapolitans gather around a waterfront bonfire at the Annapolis Maritime Museum to burn their socks.     At this most curious of traditions, the Annapolis Oyster...

Mondays at Noon (Museum) **Classes will resume Monday, June 10th, 2019.** Instructor: Julie Blamphin of Stretch Your Spirit Join us for Gentle Flow Yoga. This is a practice that focuses on mindful movement, structural stability, and breathing consciously. It's a work-out and a work-in. $10; no registration required. Please bring your own mat. Julie will have some available for purchase if...

Annapolis, MD – Warm up this winter with the enriching Lecture Series at the Annapolis Maritime Museum beginning Thursday, January 10, 2019. The popular educational and informative series of eight wintertime talks provides rich and stimulating topics from an esteemed group of scholars and historians. Lecture topics represent a diverse and relevant range of topics,...

Who: Peter Mayer, Scott Kirby, and Brendan Mayer in concert! What: “Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season” Hurricane Party Tickets: $35 (Available HERE.) When: Saturday, September 15, 2018 | 6 pm – 9 pm (Bar opens at 5 p.m.) Where: The Annapolis Maritime Museum 723 Second St. Annapolis, MD 21403 Why: Things have changed like the weather. Hurricane Florence is heading south...

8th Annual Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning #BurnYourSocks Annapolis, MD – January 18, 2018—For Annapolitan boaters, there’s nothing more indecent than wearing socks with boat shoes…and nothing more cathartic than burning them at the start of spring in a bonfire on the beach. That bonfire, along with all you can eat oysters, will be provided at the...