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Northern Regional Collegium (Stilhavn)
Poster: "Terry L. Neill" <email@example.com>
The Northern Region of Atlantia is sponsoring a Mini-Collegium
The Date is Sunday April 18 at the North Beach Community Center in
Chesapeake Beach, MD. Classes run from Noon to 5:00 pm.
Classes in Dancing, Period Pasta and Bayeux Tapestry Stitch Embroidery
are already scheduled.
The Autocrat is seeking instructors for other classes. This will be an
informal, low stress event. The Autocrat especially encourages new
teachers to contact her. This is the perfect place to try teaching for
the first time, or try out a new class. If you’re shy about teaching at
the University of Atlantia, please come get your feet gently wet at the
There will be one dancing track and two other tracks of classes.
Classes will run 1, 2 or 3 hours long. Just tell the Autocrat how much
time you need. The Autocrat is also interested in knowing what kinds
of classes YOU would like to take. What do you want to learn?
The Autocrat is Ana Ilevna (Janet M. D’Agostino-Toney). Contact her at
410-496-5229. You can call at any time and leave a message on the
machine; but to speak with her in person it’s best to call before 9:30
pm. E-mail sent to “LongshipCo@hotmail.com” will be given to the
Autocrat. Her address is 3501 Carroll Avenue; Randallstown, MD
There is no eating in the Community Center, though you may eat on the
wonderful deck outside. Pets are not allowed. The site is DRY.
>From Prince Frederick/St. Mary’s/Calvert MD:
Take Route 2/4 north from Pr. Frederick and turn right on Plum Point Rd.
(Rt 263). Go 4 miles, bear left onto Bayside Rd (Rt 261), and follow
another 6 miles or so into Chesapeake Beach. Go over the bridge, and
make the next left onto Gordon Stinnett Avenue. Turn left immediately
past the waterpark into the parking lot. The Center is the large gray
building with the blue roof. The entrance is by the flagpole.
>From the Washington Beltway:
Take Rt 4, Pennsylvania Avenue (MD Exit 11) east. Go 17 miles to the
left exit at Route 260 (Chesapeake Beach Rd). Follow Rt 260 to the end,
8 miles. Follow directions below.
Take I-97 south from the Baltimore Beltway until it ends at Route
50/301. Go east on 50/301 for a very short time. Take the Rt 2
(Solomon’s Island Road) exit from 50/301. Go SOUTH on Rt 2 to the
intersection with Rt 260 (Chesapeake Beach Rd). Take a LEFT on Rt 260
and go 5 miles to the end. Follow directions below.
Take Rt 2 south 20 miles to the intersection with Rt 260 (Chesapeake
Beach Road). Take a left on Rt 260 and go 5 miles to the end. Follow
>From the Rt 301 Corridor:
Follow Rt 301 to Upper Marlboro and the junction with Rt 4. Take Rt 4
east (away from Washington), for 6 miles to the left exit at Rt 260
(Chesapeake Beach Rd). Follow Rt 260 to the end, 8 miles. Follow
>From the South/Central Virginia/Dahlgren/Richmond:
Take your best route to Rt 301 at Dahlgren and cross the Potomac River
into Maryland on the Governor Nice Bridge ($1.50 toll southbound
only...northbound is free). Follow Rt 301 to Upper Marlboro and the
junction with Rt 4. Take Rt 4 east (away from Washington), for 6 miles
to the left exit at Rt 260 (Chesapeake Beach Rd). Follow Rt 260 to the
end, 8 miles. Follow directions below.
Once in Chesapeake Beach (on Rt 260):
Follow Rt 260 to the end. Make a right on Rt 261 (Bayside Road) and go
about 1/4 mile to Gordon Stinnett Avenue. You can see the NECC from the
road—it has a very blue roof. Make a right on Gordon Stinnett, then a
left immediately past the waterpark into the parking lot. The Center is
the large gray building with the blue roof. The entrance is by the
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