From the Chesapeake Heritage Conservancy, Inc.:
Hope everyone is enjoying this great November weather we have been having and Happy Thanksgiving to your family from ours.
We are hosting our 4th annual Tea benefit on December 5th at the Vandiver Inn, make sure you get your reservations in soon! Click here to make reservation now.
The Martha Lewis had to cut her season short this year due to transmission trouble, she is currently in Baltimore waiting repairs. She did manage to get two oyster dredging trips in before breaking down. She even supplied the oysters served at the Meet the Author Christopher White event on Nov. 7th at the Bayou!
This year as you gear up for the holiday season – don’t forget to shop through our Amazon.com link. A great way to streatch your dollar and benefit the Chesapeake Heritage Conservancy! Just go to our website.
In the News
We have recently purchased a full size bus, which is being transformed into a portable classroom. Onboard the Traveler we will be rolling into schools and giving our special programs to those who for one reason or another cannot join us out on the Martha Lewis.
We will keep you posted on our progress and let you know when we are rolling out!
Ruby is a log canoe built in 1890, she is 31 feet tip to tip with one sail. Ruby was donated to us in late October. She is currently behind the lightkeepers house just across form the Maritime Museum. We will be working the the Maritime Museum to keep Ruby maintained.
Ruby was build near Poquoson, Virginia by Charles F. Smith and is a fine example of a Chesapeake Bay workboat. Stay in touch for more information on this beautiful vessel.
Memberships now on sale
Until the end of December we are offering our memberships – buy one get one (equal or lessor value) Get your membership now – (click here for form)
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