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Calvert County Public Schools Graduations

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Private ticketed graduation ceremony. Tickets can only be obtained by the student graduates issuing school. No one will be admitted without a ticket. The dates and times for each school are listed below:

* Wednesday, June 5 2:30 PM Patuxent High School
* Wednesday, June 5 7:30 PM Huntingtown High School
* Thursday, June 6 2:30 PM Northern High School
* Thursday, June 6 7:30 PM Calvert High School

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Walk With Ease

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Walking benefits your mind, mood, and overall health. Join us for our hybrid Walk With Ease Program. We combine our walking with health education and warm up/cooldown exercises. If you can be on your feet for 10 minutes without increased pain, you can have success with Walk With Ease.

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Fit & Strong

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Are you looking for a class to improve exercise frequency, increase strength, and help with goal setting to promote overall health? Join us for Fit & Strong! an evidence-based physical activity program that combines aerobics, stretching, balance, strength, endurance exercises, and health education to promote healthy behavior changes. Registration required.

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Earth Wind & Fire Tribute Band

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Earth WInd and Fire Tribute Band pays tribute to the legendary
band Earth, Wind & Fire by performing their classic songs
with remarkable precision capturing the dynamic musical
sound, fabulous harmonies, and exciting stage show. The
band features a fourteen-member ensemble with talented
musical performers including four lead vocalists, horn section,
keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, and percussion. They will
perform Earth, Wind & Fire’s most popular songs including
“Shining Star,” “September,” “Let’s Groove,” “Boogie
Wonderland,” “Sing a Song,” “Serpentine Fire,” “After The
Love Has Gone,” “Reasons,” “That’s the Way of the World,”
and more. The dance floor will be open for the party

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Connections and Conversations: Works by Twelve Artists from the Washington Glass School

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Montpelier Arts Center’s 43rd annual invitational sculpture exhibition showcases the Washington Glass School. Using glass as the primary creative material, the artists from the Washington Glass School explore new territories, going beyond the boundaries of tradition. They illuminate and examine the diverse worlds we live in, sparking conversations and creating connections. To register for the Artist Talk/Luncheon, please call 301-377-7800 by Monday, June 10, 2024.

EXHIBITION RUNS JUNE 7–JULY 28, WITH A PUBLIC RECEPTION ON FRI., JUNE 7 AND AN ARTIST TALK/LUNCHEON ON FRI., JUNE 14.

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Sookkyung Park

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Using paper that was invented in China and introduced into
Korea around the 3rd Century, Sookkyung Park utilizes this
material to explore the connections between people. Through
the repetitive process of folding and threading paper, the artist
expresses harmony and community through structure and
form. Paper has a rich cultural significance as she grew up in
Korea where the windows and walls were made of paper. In
her exhibit, she intends to define the flexible characteristics of
paper, its indispensability along with its strong natural power
of being made from wood.

EXHIBITION RUNS JUNE 7–JULY 31, WITH A PUBLIC RECEPTION ON FRI., JUNE 7. 

 

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Fit & Strong

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Are you looking for a class to improve exercise frequency, increase strength, and help with goal setting to promote overall health? Join us for Fit & Strong! an evidence-based physical activity program that combines aerobics, stretching, balance, strength, endurance exercises, and health education to promote healthy behavior changes. Registration required.

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Connections and Conversations: Works by Twelve Artists from the Washington Glass School — Public Reception

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Montpelier Arts Center’s 43rd annual invitational sculpture exhibition showcases the Washington Glass School. Using glass as the primary creative material, the artists from the Washington Glass School explore new territories, going beyond the boundaries of tradition. They illuminate and examine the diverse worlds we live in, sparking conversations and creating connections. To register for the Artist Talk/Luncheon, please call 301-377-7800 by Monday, June 10, 2024.

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Sookkyung Park Public Reception

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Using paper that was invented in China and introduced into
Korea around the 3rd Century, Sookkyung Park utilizes this
material to explore the connections between people. Through
the repetitive process of folding and threading paper, the artist
expresses harmony and community through structure and
form. Paper has a rich cultural significance as she grew up in
Korea where the windows and walls were made of paper. In
her exhibit, she intends to define the flexible characteristics of
paper, its indispensability along with its strong natural power
of being made from wood.

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