December 15, 2019

Art & Lifestyle:

Still Time to See Farm Lights, Museum Exhibits -

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Santa to Fly In to St. Mary’s Airport – Dec. 21 -

Thursday, December 12, 2019

1 Show; 5 Photographers @ Lex Park Library -

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Donations Needed for Feed the Family Program -

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

$850K Grant Advances TPP’s STEM Mission

3-D Printing

An $850,000 grant from Navy Research supports The Patuxent Partnership’s mission to develop STEM initiatives.

Hoyer Speaks at 10th Annual MLK Jr. Breakfast

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s work for civil rights, Congressman Hoyer urges all to continue the fight for equality.

Explore the Mid-East Tumult: Lecture Nov. 13

See the world through Arab eyes at Nov. 13 lecture sponsored by The Patuxent Partnership.

Does the Chesapeake Bay Have a Future?

Acclaimed Author Tom Horton to speak Thursday at St. Mary’s College: “Is the Future a ‘Chesapeake Style’ Bay?”

Prof Hammond: Should Night Be Longer?

The often humorous Professor Hammond tells why historically and culturally we should embrace darkness. His insights arrive Friday night, Oct. 4.

Pianist Brian Ganz to Perform, Discuss Musical Classics

Enjoy Classics by Beethoven Thursday noon, as preformed by SMCM’s own Brian Ganz during their Zamanakos Concert Series, Oct. 3

Lecture and Book Signing with Dr. Toshi Yoshihara

Join this FREE discussion on the future of Naval expansion in China and how it will affect the United States.

SMCM Continues to Rank High in College Guides

U.S. News & World Report, the Princeton Review, Forbes, and Fiske have once again ranked St. Mary’s as one of the top colleges.

St. Mary’s College: Talks on History and International Affairs

Join the Center for the Study of Democracy for talks on history, and international affairs. SMCM to host various panels through the end of September.

Award-winning Poet Kicks Off VOICES Series

St. Mary’s College kicks off its fall 2013 VOICES Reading Series Thursday, Sept. 19, with author Carlos Parada Ayala, recipient of Washington, D.C.’s Commission on the Arts Larry Neal Poetry Award.