Vic Pascoe, ECA's Community Outreach Committee Chair, presents a check to the Annapolis Police Department sponsoring their 2015 Fish Camp. Fish Camp pairs officers from the Annapolis Police Department with youth from the community for a day of fishing and boating on the Chesapeake Bay which allows kids to see the Bay, experience the beauty of a day on the water and spend time with our neighborhood police officers.
Term: November 2015 to November 2016
If you are interested in serving on ECA’s board of directors or as an officer, please reach out to email@example.com for information on what’s involved. It is beneficial if you have actively served on a committee – and its not too late to do that.
The ECA is a non-profit, member-based community association. We engage in activities that improve the quality of life in the Eastport Community and build relationships with our local officials.
Membership is open to homeowners and renters who reside in Eastport.
Thursdays, June 18 through August 20
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Annapolis Maritime Museum
723 Second Street
The Tides & Tunes Summer Concerts Series offers ten weeks of popular music from rock to folk to jazz with the incomparable backdrop of the Chesapeake Bay. Concerts are free; however, donations are requested. Food and spirits are available. The concerts are sponsored and supported by Eastport Civic Association and Annapolis radio station WRNR.
June 25 - The Shatners
Dance Rock from the 80's to today
July 2 - Dublin 5
Celtic Rock band performs traditional Irish music & favorite rock
July 9 - Tumblehome
Jazz, Blues, Rock
July 16 - Dean Rosenthal's 4 Piece Racket
July 23 - Timmie Metz Band
July 30 - Swamp Candy
Foot-stomping Mississippi Blues and Roots influenced duo
Aug 6 - Hula Monsters
Rockin' Swing with Hawaiian Flavor
Aug 13 - D'Vibe & Conga
Bongo Jazz, Party Music
Aug 20 - Hypnotic Panties
Foot-stomping, jazzy bluesy Gypsy-swinging
Check out www.amaritime.org for more information.
ECA President Jenny Kottler presents a check to Eastport Elementary School Principal Lynn Evans and School Counselor Connie Lamb. Our grant will support four students to attend a residential camp at Arlington Echo where they will enjoy nature based activities as well as swimming lessons, arts and crafts, skits, boating safety, crabbing and fishing. This experience will benefit children who could not afford the experience without our grant.
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The 2015 Eastport Home & Garden Tour was a terrific success! The 10th Annual Home & Garden Tour featured properties on Lockwood Court and Creek Drive along Spa Creek. ECA extends its thanks to the seven owners who opened their fabulous homes and spectacular gardens for this year's tour. Click here for photos.
"We sold well over 400 tickets," according to Marcia Marshall, chair of this year's tour. "And the comments from visitors on the tour were very positive. Folks really liked this year's selection of homes." The program for the tour featured aerial photographs by Mark Duehmig and was highlighted with watercolor illustrations by local painter Merrilynne Hendrickson, a neighbor on Lockwood Court. Dawne Widener-Burrows spearheaded a record-setting advertising campaign. Be sure to use your Resource Guide when looking for area service professionals; each of the companies in the guide was recommended for inclusion by an ECA member, tour homeowner or Home & Garden Tour committee member.
This year's event was also successful for engaging a large group of volunteers. More than 50 people participated as docents under the leadership of Marie King. Another 20 people helped at the registration desk, led by John McLeod, and on the tour planning committee including interviewing and writing the home descriptions in the tour program and marketing outreach,
Thank you to all who volunteered and supported the tour. Proceeds from ECA's Home & Garden Tour will support programs to benefit the Eastport community next year.