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Now Hiring: All summer staff... visit Our Staff/Jobs page for details. We have an immediate need for a high school sailing coach. Program begins 3/17. Practice T, W, TH 3:30-6:30. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested.

2015 Summer signups now available. Several classes are filling fast. Early Bird Discount ends 3/15.

Get your powerboat certifications! 2015 US Powerboating signups now available. 3 new race committee offerings this Spring including accelerated safe powerboating, rescue boat, and mark-set.

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Stone Soup Festival March 28

Don't miss the Second Annual EYC Stone Soup Celebration on Saturday, March 28, 4 to 6 p.m.

9780689711039 p0 v1 s260x420The book Stone Soup by Marcia Brown was originally published in 1947 and was introduced on the Captain Kangaroo Children’s Show in the 1950s.

You have probably heard the story; there are different versions over the years.  A hungry traveler comes across a poor town in the dead of winter. He knocks on doors begging for food, but the poor residents all refuse him. In the center of town he builds a fire, pulls out a pot and fills it with snow, sets it over the fire to melt, and throws in a  stone.

Curious villagers come by to see what he’s doing. He tells them he’s making stone soup, and that it would taste better, if only it had some onions. A villager agrees to give him onions if he shares the soup.

More villagers come in turn, and the traveler tells them how much better it would be with some spices, some chicken bones, some potatoes. Each of the villagers offer a bit of their food stores for a taste of the soup. At the end of the story, everyone feasts on the meal they all helped create.

House Committee will provide the big pot on the stove and all utensils. Please come and bring a broth, precooked vegetables and meat (cut to bite-size pieces) to share as we prepare our EYC Stone Soup together. $5 covers beer and overhead (no charge for children).

Welcome to EYC

Not your traditional blue blazer club, EYC is built on activity, on the water and ashore. Our members are involved in a diverse range of boating activities, supported by social events and strong camaraderie. Known for our million-dollar view of the Severn River and Annapolis, EYC also is recognized in the Chesapeake Bay region and beyond as a club capable of managing major championship regattas, Friday night Beer Can races, and everything in between, as well as providing great social networking for cruising, parties, and charity events. It’s all about life on the water, and all about fun.