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• Journal Through Nature
• If Bones Could Talk
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• Nature Tales
• If You Feed Them, They Will Come
• Attention Future Scientists
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• North Park Trail Walk "Frostbite" Tour
• Butterfly & Hummingbird Children’s Garden
• HCC -Kohl & Company Comedy and Magic Show (1st Show)
• Leight Speaker Series - Nature and Nosh
• Winter Sunset Campfire
• Deer Creek Coffee House
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• Meet a Critter
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• Girls Night Out
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• As Snug as a Bug in a ???
• Critter Dinner Time
• The Beauty of Still Life
• Owl Prowl
• Martinis with Monet
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• Frozen Marsh Walk
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• HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
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• Leight Speaker Series - Nature and Nosh
• Starry, Starry Night
• HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
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• Bodacious Bears
• HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
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• An Evening with David Lindley
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• HCC - Ivy & Bean, the Musical
• HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
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• World Wetlands Day Festival
• HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program

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January 30, 2015
HCC - Ivy & Bean, the Musical
Harford Community College/Amoss Center
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
From the moment they saw each other, Bean and Ivy knew they would never like each other - Bean is loud, wild and goofy while Ivy is quiet and full of ideas. But when Bean plays a joke on her sister, and needs a place to hide, Ivy comes to the rescue and the tow become an inseparable team. This irresistible story of an unexpected friendship between two very different second graders if filled with mischief and giggles at every turn!
January 30, 2015
HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
Harford Community College
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
In 1986, the very bottom of Racine, Wisconsin's high school social food chain consists of the remaining members of the Dungeons & Dragons club - four socially awkward refugees from a defunct program for talented and gifted students. When one of them is revealed to be the mysterious radio call-in Romeo courting the school's most popular girl, the simple pursuit of an education becomes a fight for survival.
Joppa Hall, Blackbox Theater 
January 31, 2015
World Wetlands Day Festival
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Celebrate World Wetlands Day inside at the Estuary Center! There will be food and fun activities for all ages including: •Wetlands Scavenger Hunt •Wetland Deli •Exhibitors •Games •Music •Live Animal Demonstrations •And lots more!
January 31, 2015
HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
Harford Community College
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
In 1986, the very bottom of Racine, Wisconsin's high school social food chain consists of the remaining members of the Dungeons & Dragons club - four socially awkward refugees from a defunct program for talented and gifted students. When one of them is revealed to be the mysterious radio call-in Romeo courting the school's most popular girl, the simple pursuit of an education becomes a fight for survival.
Joppa Hall, Blackbox Theater 
February 1, 2015
Wait - Am I Drowning?
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
How do wetland plant roots stay submerged in the water and mud? Can they breathe? Find out this and more as we explore the lives of cattail and phragmites. Use a reed pen to make an ink drawing as a memento. This program is for ages 8 - adult, under 13 w/adult.
February 1, 2015
HCC Actors Guild presents The Gifted Program
Harford Community College
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM
In 1986, the very bottom of Racine, Wisconsin's high school social food chain consists of the remaining members of the Dungeons & Dragons club - four socially awkward refugees from a defunct program for talented and gifted students. When one of them is revealed to be the mysterious radio call-in Romeo courting the school's most popular girl, the simple pursuit of an education becomes a fight for survival.
Joppa Hall, Blackbox Theater 
February 7, 2015
Bass Class
HdG Maritime Museum
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Come to the Maritime Museum for a full day of bass fishing seminars, workshops, a free lunch, Q&A period, door prizes and auction items!
February 7, 2015
Critter Dinner Time
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Watch our turtles, amphibians, and snakes eat as you learn about these fascinating creatures. This is a free drop-in program for all ages.
February 8, 2015
Nature Tales
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Story time with a natural twist! Come listen to some stories, learn new songs and move like the animals. This is a free drop-in program for all ages.
February 8, 2015
HCC -The Winter Doldrums
Harford Community College / Chesapeake Theater & Student Center
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
Enjoy the HCC music faculty in their annual concert in the Chesapeake Theater, then stroll over to the Student Center and admire the Fine Arts faculty's annual exhibit of paintings, sculpture, photographs, digital art, and ceramics in the Chesapeake Gallery. Join the HCC Artists in Residence "After Hours" at a reception featuring hot jazz, cool drinks, and tasty treats.
February 12, 2015
Geoff Kaufman in Concert
HdG Maritime Museum
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Come see Geoff Kaufman, renowned chanteyman, perform here at the HdG Maritime Museum!
February 14, 2015
Birds of Leight Park
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Explore the area around the Estuary Center listening, looking and counting our native birds with guest birder, Ruth Bergstrom, of the Harford County Bird Club. Binoculars provided. Hot chocolate and a treat! This program is for ages 8 - adult, under 13 w/adult.
February 14, 2015
Nature's Valentine
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Show your love for eastern forests with a stroll through Leight Park and construct a woodsy valentine to leave at your favorite spot along the trail. Warm up with refreshments. This program is for ages 4 - 8 w/adult.
February 14, 2015
Candlelight Valentine's Day Dinner-multiple seatings
Rockfield Manor
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Rockfield Manor host it's annual Valentine's Day Dinner catered by Pairings Bistro. Enjoy a perfectly paired menu with great wine in an intimate setting. Live music sets the tone for this romantic evening. For tickets and reservations, please contact Pairings. Various seatings throughout the day. Space is limited.
First seating is at 4 pm 
February 14, 2015
HCC - VOICEPLAY
Harford Community College / Amoss Center
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
Straight from NBC's The Sing Off, a cappella sensation VOICEPLAY brings their own incredible brand of entertainment on the Amoss stage. What began as a  street corner barbershop act has evolved into a touring sensation that is winning the hearts of audiences across the country and around the world. Whether taking that special someone out for a romantic night or enjoying the show with a few friends, VOICEPLAY tickets are perfect for any occasion!
February 14, 2015
Deer Creek Coffee House
Grace Memorial Church Parish House
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Ken and Brad Kolodner, www.kenandbrad.com - Doors open at 7, refreshments available for purchase
February 15, 2015
Meet a Critter
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Check out one of our live critters up close while discovering what makes that animal special. This is a free drop-in program for all ages.
February 15, 2015
Wily Woodland Turkeys
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Can you strut and gobble like a turkey? Let’s play games and examine wild turkey bones, skull, feet and feathers. This program is for all ages, under 13 w/adult.
February 15, 2015
- CANCELLED - APGFCU Arena Presents: Live and Let Die
APGFCU Arena
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Website: http://www.harford.edu
A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartney and the Beatles. Starring Tony Kishman from the Broadway production Beatlemania, features a four piece band and a full symphony orchestra lead by orchestrator and conductor, Martin Herman. You will hear songs from The Beatles catalog and Paul McCartney's solo works.
 
HCC was advised that the promoter has cancelled the Bel Air appearance of LIVE & LET DIE on Sunday, February 15.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience.
February 20, 2015
Estuary Science Lab - Water Pollution Detective
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Clean water is essential for a healthy Chesapeake Bay, but is it possible to determine what has polluted our water? Use lab tests to get answers to that question and create an action plan to help clean up the Bay. This program is for ages 9 - 15.
February 21, 2015
Banding of the Birds
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Join Dr. Mark Johnson as we get an up close and personal look at the birds that frequent our feeders through banding and assessing their health. Hear background information on how these different species develop and diversify. This program is for ages 12 - adult, under 13 w/adult.
February 21, 2015
Maple Magic! (2 event times)
Ladew Gardens
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Come experience the process of maple sugaring as we head out to Ladew’s Nature Walk to identify trees, observe tapped maple trees and collect some sap! Learn how to boil down the sap to make yummy, golden brown syrup. Tasty maple snacks will be provided!

Second event time is 2 pm. 
February 21, 2015
Maryland Wine Passport Experience
Piedmont Wine Trail
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This winter, grab a map, gas up the car and set out onto the wine trails to explore the state’s rich culture, museums, attractions and history while learning more about the wines that represents each region. The Maryland Wineries Association, in partnership with local wineries and wine trails, presents Maryland Wine Passport Experience, a series of events taking place on each of Maryland’s six unique wine trails over two weekends; February 21-22 and February 28-March 1 from 12:00- 5:00 pm. The Passport Experience pass is $25.00 per person and includes complimentary tastings at participating wineries, in addition to other discounts and deals along the way. For passes, more information or a list of all the participating wineries, log onto http://marylandwineevents.com. In addition to the wine tastings, the Maryland Wine Passport Experience Pass will include exclusive access to all of the participating wineries on any of the six Maryland wine trails, “behind-the-scene” experiences at each winery, a commemorative wine glass, 10% off wine purchased during the two weekends and discounts at participating attractions, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers. The Maryland Wine Passport Experience includes the following trails: Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (Frederick and Washington counties) The Antietam Highlands include the world-renowned Antietam National Battlefield, and several other Civil War battlefields and sites. The South Mountain climbs to 2,140 feet, high above the Potomac River, and valleys below. The area includes five national parks, 10 state parks, and more than 30 museums. Wineries include Big Cork Winery, Distillery Lane Ciderworks, Knob Hall Winery, Orchid Cellar Winery and Red Heifer Winery. Carroll Wine Trail (Carroll County) The Carroll Wine Trail is a place of both historic and contemporary tradition. Home to Maryland’s oldest wine festival, visitors have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life––glass in hand! Each winery along the trail possesses a distinctive charm and character as well as delicious hand-crafted wines. Visitors to the trail can learn about both new and age old wine making traditions, while also meeting some of the winemakers and farmers. Wineries include Cygnus Wine Cellars and Serpent Ridge Vineyards. Chesapeake Wine Trail (Eastern Shore: Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester and Wicomico) Whether you are on your way to the beach or just taking a drive to admire the beautiful Bay, the Chesapeake Wine Trail will lead you through one of the most scenic and charming parts of the state. East of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is abundant with seafood, beaches, wildlife and history, and now a beautiful—and delicious—wine trail. Wineries include Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards, Clovelly Vineyards, Crow Vineyard, Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery. St. Michael’s Winery, Turkey Point Vineyard and Triple Creek Winery. Frederick Wine Trail & other neighboring wineries (Frederick and Montgomery Counties) While walking along the Frederick Wine Trail, visitors will discover some of Frederick County’s best agricultural bounty: its beautiful vineyards and outstanding wines. From the outskirts of Mt. Airy to the edge of Montgomery County and even in downtown Frederick, there is a variety of styles and tastes with something for everyone. Wineries include Elk Run Vineyard, Great Shoals Winery, Linganore Winecellars, Rocklands Farm Winery and the Winery at Olney. Patuxent Wine Trail (Southern Maryland: Anne Arundel, Calvert, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s Counties) The Patuxent Wine Trail presents the wineries of southern Maryland, bounded by the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. The birthplace of Maryland, the area is rich in history and flavor, home to many historical landmarks, lighthouses and quaint waterfront towns. Visitors can roam the trail and sample superb wines in a restored tobacco barn, on the slopes of a rolling vineyard or along the banks of a pristine creek. Wineries include Cove Point Winery, Fridays Creek, Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery, Port of Leonardtown Winery, Romano Vineyard & Winery, Running Hare Vineyard, Slack Winery and Solomons Island Winery. Piedmont Wine Trail (Harford and Baltimore Counties) The Piedmont Wine Trail includes the wineries of Baltimore and Harford Counties. A short drive into the country from Baltimore leads you deep into the state’s agricultural heritage, where Maryland wine began and award-winning wineries thrive today. Visit historic towns, hike through numerous state parks and tour the many cultural attractions set along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Baltimore and Harford counties’ countryside provides a vibrant landscape of rolling hills dotted with thoroughbred horse farms and nationally-recognized wineries producing cellar-worthy reds and lively white wines. Wineries include Boordy Vineyards, Dejon Vineyard, Fiore Winery, Harford Vineyard & Winery, Millstone Cellars, Royal Rabbit Vineyards and Woodhall Wine Cellars.
February 21, 2015
Twiggy Creatures
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Search park grounds for intriguing twigs and sticks to craft your very own creature creation. Nature fueled - imagination inspired! This program is for all ages, under 13 w/adult.
February 21, 2015
Rockfield Manor's Celebrations Open House
Rockfield Manor
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Planning a Wedding or a celebration! Join us as we open our doors and invite you to enjoy the beautiful Rockfield Manor. Open to the public and admission is free.
February 21, 2015
Leight Speaker Series - Nature and Nosh
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Anita C. Leight Speaker Series offers informal lectures on topics of interest in the field of natural science. These events are intended for general audiences and provide an opportunity for people to interact with local scientists and science educators while learning about relevant research and gaining practical knowledge. Each informal lecture will be followed by a social time including refreshments, when participants can continue discussions with the speaker. This lecture is on Chesapeake Bay SAV by Brooke Landry, Natural Resources Biologist, MD DNR. Bay grasses are a critical part of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem. Hear the latest news on their abundance and restoration from bay grass specialist Brooke Landry. This program is for adults.
February 22, 2015
Grasses to the Masses Workshop
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
Learn what submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) is, why it is important to the Bay, and how you can help restore bay grasses. In this free workshop for volunteers, you will be given instruction, equipment, and plant material to grow SAV in your home. Then join us this spring on Sunday, May 31, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to plant the SAV in Otter Point Creek. No experience necessary. This program is for ages 6 - adult, under 16 w/adult.
February 22, 2015
Maple Magic! (2 event times)
Ladew Gardens
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Come experience the process of maple sugaring as we head out to Ladew’s Nature Walk to identify trees, observe tapped maple trees and collect some sap! Learn how to boil down the sap to make yummy, golden brown syrup. Tasty maple snacks will be provided!

Second event time is 2 pm. 
February 22, 2015
Maryland Wine Passport Experience
Piedmont Wine Trail
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This winter, grab a map, gas up the car and set out onto the wine trails to explore the state’s rich culture, museums, attractions and history while learning more about the wines that represents each region. The Maryland Wineries Association, in partnership with local wineries and wine trails, presents Maryland Wine Passport Experience, a series of events taking place on each of Maryland’s six unique wine trails over two weekends; February 21-22 and February 28-March 1 from 12:00- 5:00 pm. The Passport Experience pass is $25.00 per person and includes complimentary tastings at participating wineries, in addition to other discounts and deals along the way. For passes, more information or a list of all the participating wineries, log onto http://marylandwineevents.com. In addition to the wine tastings, the Maryland Wine Passport Experience Pass will include exclusive access to all of the participating wineries on any of the six Maryland wine trails, “behind-the-scene” experiences at each winery, a commemorative wine glass, 10% off wine purchased during the two weekends and discounts at participating attractions, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers. The Maryland Wine Passport Experience includes the following trails: Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (Frederick and Washington counties) The Antietam Highlands include the world-renowned Antietam National Battlefield, and several other Civil War battlefields and sites. The South Mountain climbs to 2,140 feet, high above the Potomac River, and valleys below. The area includes five national parks, 10 state parks, and more than 30 museums. Wineries include Big Cork Winery, Distillery Lane Ciderworks, Knob Hall Winery, Orchid Cellar Winery and Red Heifer Winery. Carroll Wine Trail (Carroll County) The Carroll Wine Trail is a place of both historic and contemporary tradition. Home to Maryland’s oldest wine festival, visitors have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life––glass in hand! Each winery along the trail possesses a distinctive charm and character as well as delicious hand-crafted wines. Visitors to the trail can learn about both new and age old wine making traditions, while also meeting some of the winemakers and farmers. Wineries include Cygnus Wine Cellars and Serpent Ridge Vineyards. Chesapeake Wine Trail (Eastern Shore: Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester and Wicomico) Whether you are on your way to the beach or just taking a drive to admire the beautiful Bay, the Chesapeake Wine Trail will lead you through one of the most scenic and charming parts of the state. East of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is abundant with seafood, beaches, wildlife and history, and now a beautiful—and delicious—wine trail. Wineries include Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards, Clovelly Vineyards, Crow Vineyard, Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery. St. Michael’s Winery, Turkey Point Vineyard and Triple Creek Winery. Frederick Wine Trail & other neighboring wineries (Frederick and Montgomery Counties) While walking along the Frederick Wine Trail, visitors will discover some of Frederick County’s best agricultural bounty: its beautiful vineyards and outstanding wines. From the outskirts of Mt. Airy to the edge of Montgomery County and even in downtown Frederick, there is a variety of styles and tastes with something for everyone. Wineries include Elk Run Vineyard, Great Shoals Winery, Linganore Winecellars, Rocklands Farm Winery and the Winery at Olney. Patuxent Wine Trail (Southern Maryland: Anne Arundel, Calvert, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s Counties) The Patuxent Wine Trail presents the wineries of southern Maryland, bounded by the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. The birthplace of Maryland, the area is rich in history and flavor, home to many historical landmarks, lighthouses and quaint waterfront towns. Visitors can roam the trail and sample superb wines in a restored tobacco barn, on the slopes of a rolling vineyard or along the banks of a pristine creek. Wineries include Cove Point Winery, Fridays Creek, Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery, Port of Leonardtown Winery, Romano Vineyard & Winery, Running Hare Vineyard, Slack Winery and Solomons Island Winery. Piedmont Wine Trail (Harford and Baltimore Counties) The Piedmont Wine Trail includes the wineries of Baltimore and Harford Counties. A short drive into the country from Baltimore leads you deep into the state’s agricultural heritage, where Maryland wine began and award-winning wineries thrive today. Visit historic towns, hike through numerous state parks and tour the many cultural attractions set along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Baltimore and Harford counties’ countryside provides a vibrant landscape of rolling hills dotted with thoroughbred horse farms and nationally-recognized wineries producing cellar-worthy reds and lively white wines. Wineries include Boordy Vineyards, Dejon Vineyard, Fiore Winery, Harford Vineyard & Winery, Millstone Cellars, Royal Rabbit Vineyards and Woodhall Wine Cellars.
February 22, 2015
Invasinators
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Become part of the volunteer team of invasive plant removers and native plant restorers. Dress for the weather and be prepared to be working at both Leight Park and the Bosely Conservancy. This program is for ages 14 - adult.
February 22, 2015
Who Lives in a Tree?
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Discover the animals that depend on trees. Listen to a poem, play games, and experience forest trees! Perfect for young budding naturalists. This program is for ages 3 - 5 w/parent
February 22, 2015
HCC Sunday Afternoon Concert Series
Harford Community College
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Fahnestock-Hontz Duo featuring Jeff Fahnestock, tenor; Jim Hontz, guitar
Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 
February 22, 2015
16th ANNUAL HCC WINTER WINE EXPO
APGFCU Arena
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Sample fine wines from around the world, taste great craft brews, and savor delicious food from some of the area's top restaurants. Other highlights include chances to bid on unique auction items, try your luck in several raffles, and order wine and beer at discounted prices.
February 27, 2015
Chocolate and Candy Movie Night
Bel Air Armory
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Bring your blankets for a family movie night in anticipation of thentine's Day Chocolate and Candy Festival, sponsored by the Bel Air Downtown Alliance.
February 27, 2015
HCC Actors Guild presents WITH A BANG
Harford Community College / Black Box Theatre
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
The end is coming - the book says so. Chaplin, who was writing the book, is now dead and his daughter Margaret is being tapped by an array of unwilling angels to take up the task and finish the book to save the world. As the end draws nigh in a torrent of blood and magic, the world comes closer to conclusion. But how will the book end?
Joppa Hall Room 032 
February 28, 2015
Shoreline Stroll
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Make footprints on the shore as we take advantage of the low tide. Refreshments will be provided. This program is for all ages, under 13 w/adult.
February 28, 2015
Going to the Birds
Havre de Grace Maritime Museum
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
The Havre de Grace Library and the Maritime Museum present a fun birdhouse building workshop along with stories and a scavenger hunt.
February 28, 2015
Maryland Wine Passport Experience
Piedmont Wine Trail
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This winter, grab a map, gas up the car and set out onto the wine trails to explore the state’s rich culture, museums, attractions and history while learning more about the wines that represents each region. The Maryland Wineries Association, in partnership with local wineries and wine trails, presents Maryland Wine Passport Experience, a series of events taking place on each of Maryland’s six unique wine trails over two weekends; February 21-22 and February 28-March 1 from 12:00- 5:00 pm. The Passport Experience pass is $25.00 per person and includes complimentary tastings at participating wineries, in addition to other discounts and deals along the way. For passes, more information or a list of all the participating wineries, log onto http://marylandwineevents.com. In addition to the wine tastings, the Maryland Wine Passport Experience Pass will include exclusive access to all of the participating wineries on any of the six Maryland wine trails, “behind-the-scene” experiences at each winery, a commemorative wine glass, 10% off wine purchased during the two weekends and discounts at participating attractions, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers. The Maryland Wine Passport Experience includes the following trails: Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (Frederick and Washington counties) The Antietam Highlands include the world-renowned Antietam National Battlefield, and several other Civil War battlefields and sites. The South Mountain climbs to 2,140 feet, high above the Potomac River, and valleys below. The area includes five national parks, 10 state parks, and more than 30 museums. Wineries include Big Cork Winery, Distillery Lane Ciderworks, Knob Hall Winery, Orchid Cellar Winery and Red Heifer Winery. Carroll Wine Trail (Carroll County) The Carroll Wine Trail is a place of both historic and contemporary tradition. Home to Maryland’s oldest wine festival, visitors have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life––glass in hand! Each winery along the trail possesses a distinctive charm and character as well as delicious hand-crafted wines. Visitors to the trail can learn about both new and age old wine making traditions, while also meeting some of the winemakers and farmers. Wineries include Cygnus Wine Cellars and Serpent Ridge Vineyards. Chesapeake Wine Trail (Eastern Shore: Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester and Wicomico) Whether you are on your way to the beach or just taking a drive to admire the beautiful Bay, the Chesapeake Wine Trail will lead you through one of the most scenic and charming parts of the state. East of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is abundant with seafood, beaches, wildlife and history, and now a beautiful—and delicious—wine trail. Wineries include Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards, Clovelly Vineyards, Crow Vineyard, Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery. St. Michael’s Winery, Turkey Point Vineyard and Triple Creek Winery. Frederick Wine Trail & other neighboring wineries (Frederick and Montgomery Counties) While walking along the Frederick Wine Trail, visitors will discover some of Frederick County’s best agricultural bounty: its beautiful vineyards and outstanding wines. From the outskirts of Mt. Airy to the edge of Montgomery County and even in downtown Frederick, there is a variety of styles and tastes with something for everyone. Wineries include Elk Run Vineyard, Great Shoals Winery, Linganore Winecellars, Rocklands Farm Winery and the Winery at Olney. Patuxent Wine Trail (Southern Maryland: Anne Arundel, Calvert, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s Counties) The Patuxent Wine Trail presents the wineries of southern Maryland, bounded by the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. The birthplace of Maryland, the area is rich in history and flavor, home to many historical landmarks, lighthouses and quaint waterfront towns. Visitors can roam the trail and sample superb wines in a restored tobacco barn, on the slopes of a rolling vineyard or along the banks of a pristine creek. Wineries include Cove Point Winery, Fridays Creek, Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery, Port of Leonardtown Winery, Romano Vineyard & Winery, Running Hare Vineyard, Slack Winery and Solomons Island Winery. Piedmont Wine Trail (Harford and Baltimore Counties) The Piedmont Wine Trail includes the wineries of Baltimore and Harford Counties. A short drive into the country from Baltimore leads you deep into the state’s agricultural heritage, where Maryland wine began and award-winning wineries thrive today. Visit historic towns, hike through numerous state parks and tour the many cultural attractions set along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Baltimore and Harford counties’ countryside provides a vibrant landscape of rolling hills dotted with thoroughbred horse farms and nationally-recognized wineries producing cellar-worthy reds and lively white wines. Wineries include Boordy Vineyards, Dejon Vineyard, Fiore Winery, Harford Vineyard & Winery, Millstone Cellars, Royal Rabbit Vineyards and Woodhall Wine Cellars.
February 28, 2015
HCC - Sid the Science Kid - Live! (1st Performance)
Harford Community College/Amoss Center
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
Jim Henson's popular PBS Kids TV show,  "Sid, the Science Kid," comes to life in this incredible live stage experience! Kids and parents alike will be thrilled as Sid, May, Gabriela and Gerald come to their town to discover the excitement and curiosities of the world! Sid the Science Kid Live! will have the whole family cheering, exploring, dancing and excited to figure out more about the great unknown, together!
February 28, 2015
Through the Lens
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Bring your camera for a 1 1/2 mile round trip hike through Leight Park. Look for animal tracks and traces and early blooming natives such as skunk cabbage and spicebush. This program is for ages 12 - adult, under 13 w/adult.
February 28, 2015
Leight Speaker Series - Nature and Nosh
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Anita C. Leight Speaker Series offers informal lectures on topics of interest in the field of natural science. These events are intended for general audiences and provide an opportunity for people to interact with local scientists and science educators while learning about relevant research and gaining practical knowledge. Each informal lecture will be followed by a social time including refreshments, when participants can continue discussions with the speaker. This lecture is on Sensitive Species and Freshwater Health by Stanley Kemp, PhD, Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies; University of Baltimore Maryland freshwater fish communities and urbanization: Why sensitive species are important and how they can help guide stream restoration efforts. Stanley Kemp conducts environmental research on many waterways in our area including Winter’s Run just upstream of Otter Point Creek. Learn about natural and human-caused effects on these waterways, and how fish navigate these changes.
February 28, 2015
HCC - Sid the Science Kid - Live! (2nd Performance)
Harford Community College/Amoss Center
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
Jim Henson's popular PBS Kids TV show,  "Sid, the Science Kid," comes to life in this incredible live stage experience! Kids and parents alike will be thrilled as Sid, May, Gabriela and Gerald come to their town to discover the excitement and curiosities of the world! Sid the Science Kid Live! will have the whole family cheering, exploring, dancing and excited to figure out more about the great unknown, together!
Special offer! Sid's Magic Circle package includes reserved seat in first two rows, Meet and Greet with cast, and commemorative photo. Seats are limited! 
February 28, 2015
HCC Actors Guild presents WITH A BANG
Harford Community College / Black Box Theatre
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Event Website: www.harford.edu
The end is coming - the book says so. Chaplin, who was writing the book, is now dead and his daughter Margaret is being tapped by an array of unwilling angels to take up the task and finish the book to save the world. As the end draws nigh in a torrent of blood and magic, the world comes closer to conclusion. But how will the book end?
Joppa Hall Room 032 
March 1, 2015
Maryland Wine Passport Experience
Piedmont Wine Trail
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
This winter, grab a map, gas up the car and set out onto the wine trails to explore the state’s rich culture, museums, attractions and history while learning more about the wines that represents each region. The Maryland Wineries Association, in partnership with local wineries and wine trails, presents Maryland Wine Passport Experience, a series of events taking place on each of Maryland’s six unique wine trails over two weekends; February 21-22 and February 28-March 1 from 12:00- 5:00 pm. The Passport Experience pass is $25.00 per person and includes complimentary tastings at participating wineries, in addition to other discounts and deals along the way. For passes, more information or a list of all the participating wineries, log onto http://marylandwineevents.com. In addition to the wine tastings, the Maryland Wine Passport Experience Pass will include exclusive access to all of the participating wineries on any of the six Maryland wine trails, “behind-the-scene” experiences at each winery, a commemorative wine glass, 10% off wine purchased during the two weekends and discounts at participating attractions, hotels, restaurants and shopping centers. The Maryland Wine Passport Experience includes the following trails: Antietam Highlands Wine Trail (Frederick and Washington counties) The Antietam Highlands include the world-renowned Antietam National Battlefield, and several other Civil War battlefields and sites. The South Mountain climbs to 2,140 feet, high above the Potomac River, and valleys below. The area includes five national parks, 10 state parks, and more than 30 museums. Wineries include Big Cork Winery, Distillery Lane Ciderworks, Knob Hall Winery, Orchid Cellar Winery and Red Heifer Winery. Carroll Wine Trail (Carroll County) The Carroll Wine Trail is a place of both historic and contemporary tradition. Home to Maryland’s oldest wine festival, visitors have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life––glass in hand! Each winery along the trail possesses a distinctive charm and character as well as delicious hand-crafted wines. Visitors to the trail can learn about both new and age old wine making traditions, while also meeting some of the winemakers and farmers. Wineries include Cygnus Wine Cellars and Serpent Ridge Vineyards. Chesapeake Wine Trail (Eastern Shore: Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester and Wicomico) Whether you are on your way to the beach or just taking a drive to admire the beautiful Bay, the Chesapeake Wine Trail will lead you through one of the most scenic and charming parts of the state. East of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s Eastern Shore is abundant with seafood, beaches, wildlife and history, and now a beautiful—and delicious—wine trail. Wineries include Cassinelli Winery & Vineyards, Clovelly Vineyards, Crow Vineyard, Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery. St. Michael’s Winery, Turkey Point Vineyard and Triple Creek Winery. Frederick Wine Trail & other neighboring wineries (Frederick and Montgomery Counties) While walking along the Frederick Wine Trail, visitors will discover some of Frederick County’s best agricultural bounty: its beautiful vineyards and outstanding wines. From the outskirts of Mt. Airy to the edge of Montgomery County and even in downtown Frederick, there is a variety of styles and tastes with something for everyone. Wineries include Elk Run Vineyard, Great Shoals Winery, Linganore Winecellars, Rocklands Farm Winery and the Winery at Olney. Patuxent Wine Trail (Southern Maryland: Anne Arundel, Calvert, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s Counties) The Patuxent Wine Trail presents the wineries of southern Maryland, bounded by the Patuxent and Potomac Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. The birthplace of Maryland, the area is rich in history and flavor, home to many historical landmarks, lighthouses and quaint waterfront towns. Visitors can roam the trail and sample superb wines in a restored tobacco barn, on the slopes of a rolling vineyard or along the banks of a pristine creek. Wineries include Cove Point Winery, Fridays Creek, Perigeaux Vineyards & Winery, Port of Leonardtown Winery, Romano Vineyard & Winery, Running Hare Vineyard, Slack Winery and Solomons Island Winery. Piedmont Wine Trail (Harford and Baltimore Counties) The Piedmont Wine Trail includes the wineries of Baltimore and Harford Counties. A short drive into the country from Baltimore leads you deep into the state’s agricultural heritage, where Maryland wine began and award-winning wineries thrive today. Visit historic towns, hike through numerous state parks and tour the many cultural attractions set along the Piedmont Wine Trail. Baltimore and Harford counties’ countryside provides a vibrant landscape of rolling hills dotted with thoroughbred horse farms and nationally-recognized wineries producing cellar-worthy reds and lively white wines. Wineries include Boordy Vineyards, Dejon Vineyard, Fiore Winery, Harford Vineyard & Winery, Millstone Cellars, Royal Rabbit Vineyards and Woodhall Wine Cellars.
March 1, 2015
Liriodendron Art Exhibit-Karen Heppen & Jenifer Weber
Liriodendron
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Temari is an ancient Japanese craft. Begun in the 1600's, noble women used silk thread stitched around a core of rice hulls to create a soft ball of "mari" that they used for gentle indoor games and for decoration
March 1, 2015
Liriodendron Art Exhibit-Linnea Tober
Liriodendron
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Focus is on nature and digital photographic abstractions. Ms. Tober's work (photographic process) is a bit "out of the ordinary". She is consistently creating visuals in her mind as she photographs her nature subjects.