Social events for EYC club members include a number of monthly events and special holiday observances. The annual Blessing of the Fleet in May, Founders’ Day in November, a gala Holiday Party in early December, and the now-signature New Year’s Day Pot Luck Extravaganza are some of our fun events for members, plus a variety of terrific (and delicious) events including a Bull & Oyster Roast, Crab Feast, and more. Of course, we have the best seats for the annual performances of the Navy’s Blue Angels during USNA Commissioning Week, and the July Fourth fireworks display.
EYC also has plenty of family-oriented events, including monthly Family Movie Nights, Junior Sailing events and cookouts, and many children’s events such as the spring Easter Egg Hunt, summer Ice Cream Social, and the Gingerbread House Building Party in December.Want to get in on the ground floor for the fun? Join House Committee! Meetings are held first Wednesdays of the month, 6:30 p.m. Or contact Co-Chairs Carey Kirk and Mark Jones. Your ideas and energy are welcome!
Holiday Fun at EYC
Winter is here but the fun goes on indoors at EYC in December, starting with Decorating the Clubhouse and a festive 'Get Your Elf On' Party that evening, followed by the Lights Parade, Cookie Exchange, Children's Gingerbread House Party, New Year's Eve Celebration and on into 2016 with the annual New Year's Day Football & Pot Luck Extravaganza!
Our Dining Room service schedule will have a few interruptions, but remember that when the dining room's closed, the bar and deck remain open. Don't forget that lunch will be available at the club on Thursdays, December 24 and 31.
Many EYC holiday events are casual, drop-in affairs, but some require reservations. These always go quickly, so DON'T WAIT. Whatever events you choose, don't forget to bring a contribution to put in one of the large decorated boxes in the lobby. We're collecting again this year for the Light House Shelter and SPCA's Presents for Paws.Read more ...
Lights Parade Posters, T-Shirts, etc.
Get your copies of the 2015 Lights Parade Poster or a T-Shirt or magnet bearing the same image. This year, the poster art was selected from 60 works submitted by Anne Arundel County Public School students. Click on the images for a larger view.
Cards and posters are available at the office, and every time Outfitters is open and selling. Can't make it to EYC to pick yours up? Get yours at Fawcett Boat Supplies, Maria's Picture Place, the Historic Annapolis Museum Store, and more.
Cost is just $10 for the poster, or $4 for the magnet. T-shirts are available for $20. Click on the images to get a larger view.
The image on the left was created by Vivian Maneval of South Shore Elementary. Below are images by Joliette Burke of Crofton Woods Elementary, and Margo Wittelsberger of Annapolis High School.