April 10, 2017
“Meet the Annapolis-Area Press” at the 2017 P.R. Bazaar - Save the date for April 3 and 10 2017
It’s impossible to pitch a good story to the media today! True? Or, is that an alternative fact? What’s the best way to contact a reporter? What kinds of
story ideas interest the media?
To find out, register now for a unique, Annapolis-area version of Meet the Press.
The 2017 edition of P.R. Bazaar will be held the evening of Monday, April 10. The doors open at 6:15 p.m. for registration and networking. The panel discussion begins at 7 p.m.
There are many excellent print, online and broadcast media in this area. To enable their representatives to participate, the event takes place over two evenings. Attendees can chose to go to the first, the second or both. Each evening is a different mix of panelists.
Unless there’s a major breaking story, more than 20 local seasoned editors, reporters or producers and several terrific P.R. experts have volunteered their
time to serve as panelists at the 2017 P.R. Bazaar, held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, 333 Dubois Road, in Annapolis, Maryland,
P.R. Bazaar is open to the public. All are welcome to attend.
These evenings will provide a very basic introduction to local, local, local media. Instead of a panel responding to questions from the audience, after
the panelists introduce themselves, they will go into the audience for “Rotating Round Table” discussions with groups of audience members. Everyone gets
to interact in a small group setting with all the media representatives. It’s a form of “speed networking!”
The goal of the two evenings is to help you make connections with people who are in the business of “getting the news out.” Find out what they want – or
don’t want. Learn the best way to contact them – and make a lasting connection – directly from them.
You will also learn how seasoned PR Pros work with the media. Panelists include representatives from Image Power and L'attiude 38.
So far, these media have agreed to participate on the PR Bazaar panels:
Past attendees have commented the two evenings provide a unique opportunity to meet various members of the media in a relaxed atmosphere. “It’s helpful to
learn preferences and other details from various media representatives all at one sitting,” said one. This is also an opportunity to network with other
members of the audience.
Admission is an $18 donation per person for one evening, $30.00 per person to attend both events. Payment can be made by credit card online or at the time
of registration. Checks may be made out to “UUCA” and presented at the door, or mailed by March 27 to PR Bazaar, c/o UUCA, 333 DuBois Road, Annapolis MD
21401. Or, you can pay at the door.
Seating is limited. RSVP early to ensure a seat and enough take-away materials for everyone. Register online at: http://bit.ly/2mEarNA or by calling
410-562-4189. Please specify whether you are attending April 3, April 10 or both evenings.
Light refreshments will be served.
Directions: The UU Church of Annapolis, 333 DuBois Road, is reached by turning off Bestgate Road onto North Bestgate Road. Drive past St. John Neuman RC Church. Turn
left onto DuBois Road. At the bottom of the hill, turn left into the church’s back parking lot.
April 10, 2017
The Bowie Baysox will welcome Miss Tourism Maryland USA Sabrina Reedy to the game Saturday, April 15. She will be supporting the Kisses for Kyle
Foundation. Tickets: http://www.milb.com/tickets/singlegame.jsp?sid=t418.
April 20, 2017
Be a superhero for local children at Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic’s 2017 Walk For Wishes Annapolis Thursday, April 20th, 5–8 p.m. at the Annapolis Towne
Join this community-wide celebration and use your superpowers to grant the wishes of local kids battling life-threatening medical conditions. The Walk for
Wishes superheroes unite to raise awareness and funds to make local wishes come true. Registration is $10.
Thursday April 20th, 5pm – 8pm at Annapolis Towne Centre, 1906 Towne Centre Blvd, Annapolis, MD 21401
April 21st & 22nd, 2017
The King’s Apostle Church World Ministries, Inc., (KACWM) Third Episcopal Diocese Conference will convene at Holy Temple Cathedral, 708 Bestgate Road,
Annapolis, MD 21401, on Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd, 2017.
Friday evening’s, April 21st at 7:30 p.m., speaker is Bishop Dane A. Coleman, Pastor of Greater New Hope Church & Ministries (Preston, MD).
Saturday morning, April 22nd at 9:30 a.m., the Third Episcopal Diocese will be hosting a Symposium. Topics of discussion include the following: wills,
trusts, power of attorney, medical advance directives, funeral arrangements/etiquette, cremation, and pre-planning. Symposium speakers include an
attorney, a licensed funeral director and certified pre-planning counselor, and a community outreach coordinator. All will be available for questions
Saturday afternoon’s, April 22nd at 2:00 p.m., speaker is Apostle Edna L. Palmer, Pastor of Community Church of Praise (CCP) (Chesapeake Beach, MD) and
the Diocesan Bishop of this Conference.
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March - June, 2017
All thats Jazz is a series of four jazz concerts performed by four superbly talented mid-Atlantic Jazz groups presented by BRAVAMD (Bowie Regional Arts
Vision Association of Maryland)
Intimate setting in BCPAs small theater - 15200 Annapolis Road, Bowie, MD 20715.
Limited Seating. Tickets are now on sale!
4 Concert Series Subscription Rate $72 ($18/each)
Order Tickets online: http://www.bowiecenter.org/
April 23, 2017
The Annapolis/Kent Island run helps fund training and placement of highly trained service dogs to wounded veterans and first responders:
Meet Charlie, the TODAY “Puppy with a Purpose”
America’s VetDogs® (www.VetDogs.org), a New York–based non-profit that provides specially trained guide and service dogs free of charge to disabled
veterans and first responders, is excited to host its Seventh Annual Annapolis/Kent Island Run & Dog Walk (race4vets.Vetdogs.org). The event will take
place at Kent Island High School in Stevensville, Maryland, on Sunday, April 23, 2017, with on-site event registration opening at 7:30 a.m. Proceeds will
benefit the VetDogs service dog programs.
Event guests of honor include Army Command Sergeant Major Gretchen Evans, who received a hearing dog from the VetDogs program, and Charlie—NBC’s TODAY
“Puppy with a Purpose.” Evans, a lifelong runner, will speak about the life-changing difference her service dog has made, and Charlie will be available
for photo opportunities and will demonstrate various service dog skills for those in attendance.
Evans was injured in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom while her base was taking mortar fire. A blast that occurred near her left her with
traumatic brain injuries and damaged eardrums, resulting in extensive hearing loss. In 2015, she was teamed with a black Labrador Retriever named Aura, a
hearing dog from VetDogs who was specially trained to respond to sounds by determining their location and alerting Evans. The dog will then take her to the
source of the sound. “I don’t even know if I can articulate what a difference she has made in my life,” Gretchen declares.
Held just across the Bay Bridge at Kent Island High School, the race will journey through the beautiful Cross Island Trail. Participants can take part in a
timed 10K or 5K race, a leisurely 2-mile family-friendly walk with or without a pup, or a 1-mile fun run. The 5K/10K is a USATF officially measured course.
The opening program begins at 8:30 a.m. and timed races start at 8:45 a.m. The dog walk will follow at 9:05 a.m. and the fun run shortly thereafter. The
closing awards ceremony will take place at approximately 10:30 a.m.
Virtual Participation is encouraged. By virtually participating, supporters from all over can fundraise and take on a 5K/10K, dog walk, or fun run in their
hometown. The Virtual Participation option is available within the registration area of the link below.
To learn more, to register, or to donate online visit race4vets.VetDogs.org.
Event sponsorships are available. To learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact Jaime McGrade at (631) 930-9054 or at Jaime@VetDogs.org.
April 28-30th, 2017
April 28-30th at City Dock is the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show and features Cruisers University and First Sail Workshop. The show includes sailing
lessons, live music, great grand prizes, entertainment, tasting venues, and a new demo dock, allowing customers to try various water sport devices before
they buy. Get tickets HERE: https://secure.interactiveticketing.com/1.15/2ab767/#/select
If you like to avoid downtown during big events - Head over to our "Annapolitans" page for some daytripping ideas:
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Need an evening without the kids? The Children's Theatre of Annapolis Parents' Night Out gives you the chance to take a well-deserved break & rejuvenate. This is
one amazing evening for your kids that's filled with engaging activities, a live performance (with front row seating), a backstage tour & more! Dinner & snacks? Not
to worry...we've got that taken care of for you. Enjoy a night on the town knowing that your child is safe and having a blast at CTA! Call 410-757-2281 to get your
April 30, 2017
Get to the WineFest at St. Michaels in style aboard a luxurious Watermark Yacht from Annapolis City Dock to St. Michaels!
On board you'll enjoy a continental breakfast. The cruise is an enjoyable 2-hour ride across the Chesapeake Bay. Once on land in St. Michaels, you'll attend the
St. Michaels Wine Festival featuring wine samplings, chef demos, gourmet food, crafts and more. Skip the admission lines when you arrive by water! Spend the day at
the wine festival and take some time to enjoy this quaint Eastern Shore town at your leisure if you choose. On the return cruise to Annapolis, a complimentary boxed
meal will be provided. All inclusive. $132/person. Advanced reservations required. Click the link for ticket info:
May 20th & 21st, 2017
The Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival May 20th & 21st at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, MD - Jonny Lang, The Mavericks, Ana Popovic, Robert Randolph, Walter Trout, The William Bell Band, Samantha Fish, Sweet Leda and many more!! Details at http://www.bayblues.org
Saturday July 8th, 2017
What has Helicopter Rides, Bands on 2 stages, Food Trucks, Moon Bounces, Cornhole, Hula-Hoops, Children's Entertainment and 500 pounds of legos? The The 2nd Annual
Nextival Food Truck Music Festival does... Mark July 8th on your calendar and we'll see you at Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville!
We are a group of local music and food enthusiasts and we all have kids. So we created a family-friendly, Food Truck Music Festival.
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