Devra He’ui Kitterman is a Baltimore City Beekeeper and the previous Pollinator Program Coordinator for the Maryland Agricultural Resource Council at the Baltimore County Agricultural Center. She is the retired owner/operator of He’ui Horticultural Services which provided Commercial Interior Plant and Exterior Landscape Design Services for 27 years. She writes and speaks to community and educational groups about protecting and planting for pollinators, habitat creation, Environmental protection, and especially Stewardship.
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Baltimore History Evenings, presented in partnership with the Baltimore City Historical Society, is a monthly series of presentations and discussions on Baltimore’s history. Talks begin at 7:00pm. Click the below link to learn more:
McDaniel’s Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship brings in monthly guest speakers. All events take place at 6:30 p.m. in Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science. Visit www.mcdaniel.edu/innovation-entrepreneurship for more information about McDaniel’s Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
FREE VIRTUAL EVENT -Friday 24th 2023, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Learn about Maryland's connection to the slave trade. While many view Maryland as a progressive state; the truth of its roots in slavery will open your eyes to many of the historic locations and notorious players in Maryland history that had a connection to slavery.
Presented by Chris Haley, Director of the Study, Legacy of Slavery in Maryland
ART SEMINAR GROUP ONLINE PROGRAM THROUGH ZOOM
The Uffizi: Interior Architecture, plus Leonardo to Caravaggio (lecture 2 of 2)
Elaine Ruffolo, Renaissance art historian
Elaine Ruffolo will continue her lecture series on The Uffizi for Art Seminar Group.
$15 fee for guests and subscribers (no fee for members)
McDaniel College hosts the annual Black History Month Convocation in recognition of Black History Month featuring Maia Chaka, the NFL’s first Black woman referee. For more information, email [email protected] or call 410-857-2459.
Join Travis Fischer, astronomer of the Space Telescope Science Institute, as he gives insight into the James Webb telescope's capabilities, finds and its contributions to astronomy.