September 1 (Thursday) 10:00 am
Join Annapolis Town Center and The Light House Homeless Prevention Support Center at the Shine Station Donation Site. A basic needs donation site accepting food, household items, personal care items,
Join Annapolis Town Center and The Light House Homeless Prevention Support Center at the Shine Station Donation Site. A basic needs donation site accepting food, household items, personal care items, and more! Donations listed below can be dropped off every Wednesday – Sunday between 10am – 3pm.
Located at 1915 Suite #145 Towne Centre Blvd, Annapolis MD 21401, near Warby Parker.
List of Needs for The Light House:
Non-Perishable Food Items: Our Client Choice Pantry ensures that our neighbors have access to items that both uplift and provide the dignity of choice.
- Boxed cold cereal – Smaller boxes are best, “Saturday morning cereals” (sweetened) are always a welcome treat
- Instant oatmeal (packets or microwave cups)
- Cereal/breakfast bars – Nutrigrain, BelVita, etc.
- Canned Fruits/Fruit Cups. Preferably with pop tops/pull tabs. All varieties welcome.
- Shelf-stable milk (32oz box most needed size)
- Shelf stable fruit juice (100% juice) -32oz bottles or smaller
- Instant Coffee or K-Cups
Household Items: These items provide those transitioning out of The Light House and into their new home with essential home items.
- Please ensure that all undergarment items are new and in original packaging or with tags.
- Twin Sheet Set
- Twin Size Blankets
- Standard size pillow
- Towel Set( washcloth, hand towel and bath towel)
- Twin Air Mattresses with pump( non-electric)
Hair Care Items: We are in need of hair care items for all hair types. Please consider purchasing items that are inclusive and can serve a variety of hair types.
- Hair Wax
Personal Items: Please ensure that all undergarment items are new and in original packaging or with tags.
- New Mens’ Boxer Briefs (all sizes)
- New Women’s Underwear (all sizes)
- New T-Shirts ( men’s and women’s)
January 6 (Friday)
Experience Annapolis Town Center's 'coolest' destination! Our real ice rink is open from January 6 through February 22. Bring your own skates or rent a pair from us! NO RESERVATIONS
Experience Annapolis Town Center’s ‘coolest’ destination! Our real ice rink is open from January 6 through February 22. Bring your own skates or rent a pair from us! NO RESERVATIONS NECESSARY. Admission is first come, first serve! As we open for our first year, we will not be hosting birthday parties. Please check for our group rates if you have a larger party. Keep an eye out for special events on our events page. Please be advised that special events with the rink may have a higher ticket price.
SPONSORED BY TUSCAN PRIME ITALIAN CHOPHOUSE AND DOLCE BAR
For every adult admission, Tuscan Prime is gifting you a $11 bounce back card to use at their restaurant!
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 12pm – 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 8pm
Hours of operation are dependent on weather and condition of the ice. All closures or delays will be shared on our Instagram – @annapolistowncenter
Rink Admission and Rentals
Admission – $11 per person
Annapolis Town Center Resident Admission – $7 per person
Group of 8+ – $7 per person
Skate Rental – $4 per person
The Ice Rink is located at 305 Sail Place Annapolis, MD 21401, near P.F.Changs. Free Parking can be found in the North or South Garages.
January 14 (Saturday) 8:00 am
Join the Peake Social Curling Team on the East Village Rink! Drop in and League Play Every Sunday & Saturday from 8am - 10am through February 19, 2023. For questions, please reach
Join the Peake Social Curling Team on the East Village Rink!
Drop in and League Play Every Sunday & Saturday from 8am – 10am through February 19, 2023.
For questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Peake Social, formerly Annapolis Social League, was founded with the mission is to bring the community together in three ways: sports, social, and service.
Co-founders Megan Bell and Jeremiah Batucan started this league after noticing a void in Annapolis that combines all of three of these values. They quickly outgrew Annapolis and decided to change the name to highlight the surrounding area and being the “peak” of someone’s week.
To date, every event they have produced or participated in has driven funds back to the community and they don’t plan on changing. Since the inception, they’ve let the players choose a cause important to them and the winning team’s charity of choice will be the recipient of part of Peake’s proceeds.