Calvert County Times January 11, 2018 - Page 22

22 Entertainment The Calvert County Times At the Water’s Edge Series Continues in 2018 n O g n i Go Thursday, Jan 11 Iz’em with Mike Damron The Ruddy Duck, Solomons 7:30 PM http://www.ruddyduckbrewery.com Friday, Jan 12 Karaoke Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill, Solomons 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM www.anglers-seafood.com James Adams Floating Theatre docked at Woodburn’s oyster house at Solomons in the 1930’s. The Calvert Marine Museum is part- nering with the Chesapeake Beach Rail- way Museum, Calvert Library, and the Bayside History Museum to present “At the Water’s Edge,” a fun and engaging lecture series that explores leisure ac- tivities along the Chesapeake Bay in Calvert County from 1890 to 1970.  The series kicked off in September and runs through April, 2018. Upcoming lectures at the Calvert Marine Museum include “The Happiest of All Showboat Stories: The James Adams Floating Theatre” on January 18, “Gambling” on March 22 and “Boats, Roads, Trains and Planes:  A Look Back in Calvert County” on April 12.  All lectures are in the Harms Gallery and begin at 7 p.m. FREE.   On Thursday, January 18, Dr. Patricia Samford will present “The Happiest of All Showboat Stories: The James Adams Floating Theatre” at 7 p.m. in the Harms Gallery. In the days before television, computers, and the internet captured imaginations and free time, residents of coastal Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina impatiently awaited the arrival of the best entertainment:  the James Adams Floating Theatre.   In operation from 1914 to 1941, the showboat was an opportunity for an evening of diverting musical and theatrical entertainment. Patricia Samford first became in- terested in the James Adams Floating Theater while serving as director of His- toric Bath, the first incorporated town in North Carolina. This little town is where novelist Edna Ferber boarded the Float- ing Theater to conduct the research that would form the basis of Showboat, her most famous novel (later turned into a musical and three movies). Samford is currently the director of the Maryland Archaeological Conserva- tion Laboratory at Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, and is an archaeolo- gist by training.  She received her Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has formerly worked as an archaeol- ogist for the Colonial Williams- burg Foundation.    Other lecture venues include the North Beach and Chesa- peake Beach Town Halls and the Calvert Library in Prince Frederick.  For more informa- tion about each program, visit http://www.calvertmarinemu- seum.com/446/At-The-Waters- Edge-Lecture-Series.   Press Release from CMM.    At the Water’s Edge logo designed by Mel Gallipeau Thursday, January 11, 2018 Ryan Forrester Band The Ruddy Duck, Solomons 7:30 PM http://www.ruddyduckbrewery.com Entertainment The Brass Rail Sports Bar, Great Mills 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM DJ RAY in the House Anthony’s Bar & Grill, Dunkirk 9:00 PM www.anthonysdunkirk.com In Entertainment Tuesday, Jan 16 Ben Connelly Anglers Seafood Bar & Grill, Solomons 6:00 - 9:00 PM www.anglers-seafood.com Trio Taco Tuesday The Ruddy X[ۜ B˜YYX؜]\KBX[H]YHYHX[ۜΌB˜YYX؜]\KBY\^K[ M•[\]XB[\XY\ ܚ[ [ۜΌ  HN B˘[\\XY B]\HY]܂]YH[H]ۛH \[و N ^YX\[[[\[H\BY\\YO\\YK][YX\[[\[Y\\B]YH M[HZHH]\&\X[H\ ]8&\X\H܈Y[BY\\Y[Y] \\Hˈ0\HY[HۛH[]\\\Y[وH[\\X][ۂوY[[[ TK\\X[Y\H\H[X[ۋݙ\H[[Y\X\\][HوH[\[HXYYHوY[\\[Y\H\YKH\KH[]Y\[X[BXYYx&\\\X\Z\XZHT^X]]H\ Xۜ\وY[ZYHY[XY\[]YKX]B[\ܝ[HوY\\[H[[[˰\YX\XH]]H[]Y[HY\\[T[\[\[XK][ܙH[ MLY[[][[K\Y[[Y\œY\\YHޙ[YY[ YH M܈\HHۈHp\\\Y]\Y\][ۈYܝ]^H [[BۈY H[ܝ\Y T[ۙH[Z\HH\وY[Y\\YKx&[H[ B[ۈ^H[[\[HY[YH[˰\ [[\8&\Y[ݙ\Y[\X][ۈ][Y[\Y\][ۋXۙ ]Y\\YH[\[\ۈ\[H\ M]ۛHZ\X] LZ[]\]H\و[X[ۜ[[HY\X˰[ [[K[ܛH[\[X]H[Y]\[H\Y\][H[BۙY[[[\K][\[ H[Z\HH]HوY[\Y\][ۈH \[ L \[B[\[K\^H[\ۂ\Y[ [\\X][ۈوY[[[[[܋[[ۈY