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Pub and Restaurant. Housed in the for- mer Howard House, Minihane's has brought new life to the historic building and Elkton by stripping the building back to its exposed brick walls and natural lighting. Available for hosting events and performances, it is the place to be.


The old North East Fire Hall has been transformed into the beautiful Upper Chesapeake Ballroom, where regionally known Woody's Crab House serves as caterer. The ballroom seats up to 299 guests and is designed for meetings, receptions and social functions.


A breathtaking venue, The Winery at Elk Manor has something for everyone. Located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay with over a half mile of waterfront, it can accommodate a variety of occa- sions, both large and small on its exten- sive grounds, at its tented beachside pavilion, or in its manor house.


Also available on the waterfront for events is Schaefer's Canal House, where its newly renovated banquet hall is one of the region's premier venues.


North Bay Adventure’s Guest House is a multi-functional venue with a conference table that seats 20, Wi-Fi, and 11 overnight rooms that sleep up to 18.


Annapolis and Anne Arundel County meetinannapolis.com


Annapolis has been “open for business” since 1784. Having always been a desti- nation for meetings, it played host to the Continental Congress when it assem- bled to ratify the Treaty of Paris in 1784, followed by the Annapolis Convention, which was held in 1786 where delegates met to discuss proposed changes to the Articles of Confederation.


Historically speaking Annapolis has been the site of countless meetings for over two centuries. Today, when meetings and sports events convene here, they find Annapolis and Anne Arundel County to be the perfect destination to take part in The Chesapeake Experience. While in the home of Maryland’s Capital, visitors discover the country’s origins along with the state’s history. When vis- iting this easily accessible region of Maryland, groups can take part in the traditions of the U.S. Naval Academy and walk brick-lined streets while encountering maritime history and the many attractions Annapolis has to offer.


When their business day is complete, America’s Sailing Capital offers the opportunity to enjoy a sail on a schooner, skipjack or other vessel, or to just sit back and enjoy one of many sail- boat races that take place here along the bay.


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