Earth Day is April 21st

Please join Friends of Quiet Waters Park this Earth Day on April 21st, 10AM – 2 PM. It’s a great way to make a positive impact on the environment, and meet other like-minded volunteers. Come and help out at your … Continue reading

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Fairy House Festival 2024

May 4-31, 2024 Clap if you believe . . .Quiet Waters Park and the Friends of Quiet Waters Park Sculpture Committee are hosting this year’s Fairy House Festival Enchantment begins on Saturday, May 4 at 2 PM at the Holly … Continue reading

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CALLING ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS!

Entries Now Open for the 10th AnnualFriends of Quiet Waters Park Photo Contest The 10th Friends of Quiet Waters Park annual photo contest is now open! We welcome April and the coming of spring! It’s a great time to take … Continue reading

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2024 Summer Concert Schedule is out!

Check out our concert schedule. We have a variety of music including Blues, Funk, Rock, Country, and Latin to name a few. Concerts will start on July 20th, Saturday Evenings at the Park Stage. Start Times change as summer days … Continue reading

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Call for Artists

Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks and the Friends of Quiet Waters Park announce that their annual arts festival, Art @ the Park 2024, will take place at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, MD October 12 and 13, 2024 from … Continue reading

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Lights Out: How to Help Bird Migration

Did you know that leaving lights on around your house or apartment, as well as street and commercial building lights, harm migrating birds this time of year? Certain insects such as Monarch butterflies also migrate now. The Annapolis area is … Continue reading

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“Keep it natural. Make it native.”

On April 3, 2023, 38 citizens from various areas of Anne Arundel County, including some FQWP Board members, met at the Eastport-Annapolis Neck Library to express their vision for the future use, development, and maintenance of the Quiet Waters Park … Continue reading

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