The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., will offer another summer session of its Family Boatshop program on Saturday, Aug. 3. Participation is limited, with advanced registration needed.
Families participating in this 9am–4pm program are invited to join carver and master model maker Ed Thieler to learn the basic skills needed to carve their very own nameboards. Materials and basic tools will be included, and guests are encouraged to bring a bagged lunch.
This program is limited to children 10 years of age and older, who must be accompanied by an adult. The cost includes one child and one adult and costs $75, with a 20% discount for CBMM members. Registration for additional children is $20 per child. Scholarships are available for participants in the Talbot Mentors program; to learn more about this partnership, contact Shipyard Education Programs Manger Jenn Kuhn at email@example.com. Registration for all participants is available at cbmm.org/shipyardprograms.
CBMM’s Apprentice for a Day Shipyard Programs take place year-round, offering demonstrations, workshops, intensives with visiting master craftsmen, on-the-water experiences, and customized programming. Programs take place on weekends and select weekdays, and include a variety of programs for every interest and age. To find one that’s right for you, visit cbmm.org/shipyardprograms.