Fall Book Sale – October 4, 2014
9am to 3pm at the Glen Burnie Improvement AssociationBuilding, 19 Crain Highway S. in Glen Burnie. Browse thousands of books in all categories including vintage books andcollections. Most hardbacks are $1.00,trade paperbacks are $.50 and regular paperbacks are $.25. Stock up for the long, cold winter ahead!
Dinner for Eight Raffle
Raffle tickets are still available for a dinner for eight at the Benson-Hammond House. The lucky winner and seven friends will enjoy a professionally catered dinner and fine wines on an evening of their choice. Tickets are $5.00 apiece or 5 for $20 and can be obtained by contacting Meg Krantz at 410-956-4809 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ann Arrundell County Historical Society
The Ann Arrundell County Historical Society seeks to encourage and inspire present and future generations to preserve and explore the County's history to foster a greater appreciation for our shared legacy.
Our History and our Mission
For over 50 years the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society has continued to pursue its mission of collecting, preserving and sharing the rich history of this area. Its collections of books, photographs, documents and artifacts, now numbering in the thousands, attract scores of visitors each year and fulfill the vision of the founders: to encourage and inspire present and future generations to preserve and share our County’s heritage. To learn more, click here.
Why is the name of the Society spelled Ann Arrundell?
In 1650, the Maryland Colony named its third county after the wife of Lord Baltimore. The colony’s records of that time show the name as Ann Arrundell. Over time, the name of the county evolved to Anne Arundel. To learn more about Lady Ann, click here.