Evolve Medical Clinics

Evolve Medical Clinics

Annapolis, MD- Annapolis has a new way to get its Primary and Urgent care. Evolve Medical Clinics has made a game-changing redesign that has their community excited.

The core components of Evolve Next Generation care include:

  •  Modern, clean, thoughtful design
  • A hospitality culture focused on service: Virtual visits, guaranteed on-time visits, same-day appointments, and reliable follow-up
  • Strong emphasis on skilled, friendly staff and providers
  • Membership model designed to eliminate unnecessary hassles and rewards convenience and good healthcare using all available technology
  • Low cost at only $1.15/day and $25/visit offers anyone with a deductible or co-insurance the possibility of lowering their healthcare costs
  • Online and mobile convenience such as appointment scheduling, Rx renewals, clinical triage and personal data management (personal health record including all provider notes, prescription/allergies, lab data)
  • Team-oriented, evidence-based, cost-effective care including the use of physician extenders

Virtual care is set to revolutionize visits to the doctor’s office as we know it. Some estimates state that as many as 70% of all primary and urgent care visits can be conducted virtually.

Contact Information:

Village Greens of Annapolis

509 S. Cherry Grove Avenue
Suites B and C
Annapolis, MD 21401
p. 844.322.4222
e. info@emc4me.com

Website: https://evolvemedicalclinics.com/

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Annapolis Watersports

Annapolis Water Sports

Annapolis Watersports is a family owned business run by watersports enthusiasts who are committed to providing an exceptional customer experience & helping customers create great experiences on the water.

Owners Todd & Jen Pratt both grew up around the Chesapeake Bay enjoying many boating related activities. Jen has been skiing behind MasterCraft boats for over 25 years with her brother and Dad. “We love being on the water with our friends and family and are honored to be able to represent MasterCraft boats in the Mid-Atlantic Region.”

“We believe in giving back and are actively involved in supporting the Maryland Chapter of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Annapolis Watersports will give back to local charities that support or are related to Pediatric Oncology.”

“We look forward to helping to build an even stronger watersport oriented community in the Mid-Atlantic region.”

Contact Information:

2830 Solomons Island Road #201
Edgewater, MD 21037
410.849.2200

Website: http://www.annapoliswatersports.com/

 

Annapolis Smokehouse Tavern

Annapolis Smokehouse and Tavern is one cool place! This upscale Barbecue restaurant, located in Annapolis, Maryland offers delicious St. Louis ribs, authentic pit-to-plate BBQ, slow-roasted pulled pork, seafood , and lots more! We tend to consider ourselves “American Cuisine” with a focus on fresh ingredients and tasty barbecue. Annapolis Smokehouse and Tavern will be a great place to grab lunch or dinner with family and friends. Enjoy live music from local artists, Kids & Dog menu available, dining indoor or outside and of course a full bar.

Open daily from 11am-Midnight. Come join us any day of the week for Happy Hour that runs from 3pm-7pm.

Annapolis dining doesn’t get much better than this! Across from Quiet Waters Park and Next to Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits.

Bay Ridge Shopping Center
107 Hillsmere Drive
Annapolis, MD 21403
Phone: (410) 571-5073

Website: http://www.annapolissmokehouse.com/

 

 

Eastport A Rockin’

Created as a way to expose local music to a larger audience, Eastport a Rockin’ draws attendees from throughout the neighborhood and across the region and is known as the local music festival of the summer. Three stages host more than 25 bands, keeping music a key component of Eastport a Rockin. Up and coming local bands with a wide range of styles display their talents alongside longtime favorites. Over the years, Eastport a Rockin’ has featured such bands as Good Charlotte and Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, and the next big act just might be in this year’s line-up. From rock to folk to roots to blues to jazz to bluegrass to funk, the breadth of music types found at the Festival is sure to please everyone who attends.

With an unbeatable location surrounding the Annapolis Maritime Museum on Back Creek in Annapolis’ historic maritime district of Eastport, this daylong festival offers everything an attendee could want. Mouth-watering food, including local seafood, BBQ, gyros,  shave ice and more, will be available as will thirst quenching beverages, including Miller and Yuengling products and a full range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, smoothies and coffee drinks. The Kids Area, always a popular section of the festival, will feature a moon bounces, face painters, tattoo artists and other great family-friendly activities. The streets and sidewalks will be lined with vendor booths featuring local artisans, crafters, non-profit organizations, entertainment and more.

Proceeds from the event benefit deserving local charities including The Annapolis Maritime Museum, the Annapolis Musicians Fund for Musicians (AMFM) and the Eastport Volunteer Fire Department. Dogs (on leashes) and strollers are welcome, coolers and outside food and beverages are not.

Information:

Date: June 21, 2014
Times: 11am to 8pm
Location: Eastport, Maryland
Website: http://eastportarockin.com/

How to get there?

Transportation:  http://eastportarockin.com/go/

The Irish Festival

The Annapolis Irish Festival

Date: July 11, 2014
Times: Friday 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Location: Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds
Website: http://www.annapolisirishfestival.com/

Celebrate everything Irish at the only festival of its kind in the region. Enjoy traditional Celtic music and Irish rock bands on three different stages, along with workshops and exhibits.

Over 70 vendors and great musical entertainers bringing a taste of the Emerald Isle to Annapolis! Be sure to check out the hotel / ticket combo our host hotel The Westin is offering up!

The Annapolis Irish Festival is committed to giving back to the community that embraces it! The 2014 Annapolis Irish Festival will benefit Hospice of The Chesapeake, The Chesapeake Bay Trust, and The Anne Arundel Medical Center! In just our 4th year we will crush our 5 year goal of giving back $100,000 dollars to local non profits!

Since the Inaugural Festival in 2011, the AIF has become an Annapolis tradition, thanks to the support of the business community and the people who share our passion for the Emerald Isle and the magical Celtic traditions and music we hold so dear. Last year, 32 businesses sponsored this Festival, and $30,000 was donated to local non-profits in our community. We continued our 2-day event with the help of the Maryland Renaissance Festival who again presented our Twilight Concert the night prior.We are back again and still growing. The 2014 Annapolis Irish Festival will take place on Friday, July 11th 2014 and Saturday, July 12th, 2014. This year’s line up will make your heart beat faster and will literally make your hair turn green! A first this coming year – In 2014 we will be going full on festival starting at 4pm on Friday, July 11th featuring 3 stages of entertainment. We have a few other tricks up our sleeve and will be announcing them in the months to come! The 2014 Annapolis Irish Festival will host over 90 vendors, the famous Little Leprechaun Land and will again benefit the Hospice of the Chesapeake, the Anne Arundel County Medical Center, and the Chesapeake Bay Trust. In just our 4th year we will crush our 5 year goal of giving back $100,000 dollars to local non profits!

Davis’ Pub

When visitors leave Davis’ Pub, (a) it probably happens grudgingly and (b) if it’s not already, they wish it was their neighborhood hangout. Whether it’s your first visit or 50th, there’s an easy rhythm to this no-frills one-level bar, built in the 1930s when Eastport was a working-class mix of black and white residents.

Settle in on a bar stool, chat with the gregarious bartenders and the regulars sitting next to you, grab a draft beer (Otter Creek, Flying Dog, Heavy Seas) or a can of Natty Boh or Bud, check out the TV schedule to see what’s playing on the flat screens — Orioles and Nationals games play in separate corners of the bar — and order a basket of crab balls, delightful meatball-size crab cakes that arrive with saltines and creamy dipping sauce. Classic rock, country and ’80s tunes play from the jukebox while you make fast friends talking about Maryland sports (note the Terrapins and Johns Hopkins lacrosse gloves hanging from the exposed rafters), your most recent date, current events, boats, whatever — the bartenders have a gift for getting every person involved in a conversation.

Sure, there’s a wharf right across the street, and Davis’ helpfully provides sailors with its latitude and longitude on its Web site, but this isn’t a stuffy boater’s bar by any stretch.

Beyond the craic, the beer and the occasional whiskey shot, this is the best bar food in Annapolis, and that goes beyond the savory jumbo-lump crab cakes and the jumbo pretzel smothered in crab dip. It’s typical to find fresh fish and locally grown grilled corn on the blackboard menu behind the bar. Even better, food is served until 1 a.m. And hey, even if you’ve eaten elsewhere, you’ll still find plenty of reasons to stop by.

For More Information, CLICK HERE
Address: 400 Chester Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403 | 410-268-7432

WRNR Rock n’ River Cruises

ROCK ‘N RIVER CRUISES BY WATERMARK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH WRNR 103.1 FM RADIO

Summer is here and that means the return of the Rock ‘N River Cruises upon Annapolis’ very own Harbour Queen. 2013 was great, but lets make 2014 even better!  The first Rock ‘N River Cruise pf 2014 featuring Vance Joy is Friday, June 20tth!  Look for more Rock ‘N River Cruises as they are announced.

Step aboard Harbor Queen and cruise for 3 hours as you listen to top artists and enjoy the sights of the Severn River. A full cash bar and food are available for purchase. The best way to spend an evening in Annapolis!

All Rock ‘N River Cruises depart at 7:30 p.m. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to check-in.  Identification may be required. Bar is Cash Only. Schedule and prices are subject to change. Tickets are non-refundable. Cruise runs rain or shine. No refunds for inclement weather. Should Watermark cancel the cruise for any reason, tickets will be refunded.

Step aboard Harbor Queen and cruise for 3 hours as you listen to top artists and enjoy the sights of the Severn River. A full cash bar and food by Annapolis Smokehouse and Tavern are available for purchase. The best way to spend an evening in Annapolis!

All Rock ‘N River Cruises depart at 7:30 p.m. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to check-in. Identification may be required. Bar is Cash Only.

For More Information, CLICK HERE

 

First Sunday Arts Festival

First Sunday Arts Festival

Date: May 04, 2014 to October 05, 2014 (Recurring monthly on the 1st Sunday)
Times: From: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: First block of West and Calvert Streets, Annapolis
Cost: Free

Website: http://www.firstsundayarts.com

It’s Street Festivals, an Art Market, an Entertainment Venue and a Arts and Craft Fair all rolled into One Fun First Sunday Arts Festival. It’s the place to be in Annapolis, Maryland on the First Sunday of Every Month (May-October) noon to 5pm.

Be Inspired and Green,shop from 100 local and regional artists and crafters.

Be Entertained with live music, dance, theatre, and street performers.

Be Fed with cafe dining.

First Sunday Arts Festival is a Free Annapolis arts and craft show featuring about 100 local and regional artists. Plus be entertained with live music, dance, street performers, food and more. This event is on the first Sunday of each month May to October on Calvert and West Streets in Historic Annapolis, Maryland. Thousands attend, both locals and tourists buying from local and regional artists and crafters.

History Established in 2001

In 2001 the seed was planted after 2 art receptions (ARTFX gallery & 49 West Coffeehouse) on West Street held at the same time started to spill into the sidewalks between the two on the first Sunday evening of each month. In 2002 Other businesses on the first block on West Street joined in and the event start filling the sidewalks of West street and went from and evening event into an all day event known as First Sunday Arts .

In 2003 West Street was closed in front of the 2 businesses for some much need public works improvements. During this time of no car access, the event moved into the street. By the time the West street construction was finished the event was so large it required the street to be closed on all First Sundays from May to October.

In 2008 the event was maxed out and no room was left to showcase new vendors on the first block of West Street that wanted to showcase their art and craft to the thousands now attending. We also wanted an area that could host larger groups for performances, dancing etc. So we added Whitemore Park on Calvert Street to the festival.

In 2009 the area under the trees on the corner of West and Calvert Streets, across from City Gate Lane was added to the Festival to give a little bit more room and fill in the gap between the 2 larger festival areas.

 

Wednesday Night Sailboat Races Annapolis

Wednesday Night Sailboat Races Annapolis

Grab your favorite dockside seat for the midweek races where some 150 boats sail around several marks in the Bay before heading back to Spa Creek for a finish in front of the Annapolis Yacht Club. For many, the post-race party is the official beginning of the weekend. 

Holding to tradition, part of the Boatyard Bar & Grill original vision included filming the long-standing Annapolis Yacht Club Wednesday night races, as was done many years ago at Marmaduke’s Bar once located down the street.

The Boatyard hired Tucker Thompson and Bruce Nairn at t2p.tv to capture all the racing films shown at both the restaurant and AYC. Their main bar is a favorite meeting spot for friends and the racers fresh off the course to watch the races…talk of how their boat would’ve won except for that last wind shift is just one excuse you’ll hear! t2p.tv tows the Boatyard film boat to regattas from Key West to Newport and Block Island.

Listen every Wednesday evening on WRNR to hear the action on air as well!

  • Date: From: April 30, 2014 – August 20, 2014
  • Times: From: 6:10 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Location: Annapolis Harbor
  • Phone:410-263-9279

Silopanna Music Fest

Silopanna Music Fest

Sponsored by The Rams Head Group – they’re we’re all about Food, Fun & Beer.

What started in 1989 as a small, 30-seat pub in Annapolis, Maryland has grown over the last 25 years. And through that growth, our committment to yummy food, craft beer and music has only grown stronger. Much stronger. They book nearly 700 concerts in Maryland (@ramsheadlive, @ramsheadonstage, @piersixpavilion) plus 600+ nights of free, live & local music in our restaurants. Every year. That’s a lot of music.

So in 2011, they thought let’s get crazy and we launched Silopanna Music Festival. Hurricane Irene had other plans for them, and 2011 was Irene-d out. They were back in 2012 and man, that was a wicked time. And here they are in 2014, ready to go again. Silopanna is our daily commitment to Food, Fun & Beer wrapped up into one exceptional day in Annapolis… where it all started in ’89.

#Silopanna

For More Information or to see the 2014 Lineup, CLICK HERE