Water/Ways Wednesday at Oxford Community Center: Vibrio Bacteria with Ava Ellett

Date(s) - August 14, 2019
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Oxford Community Center
200 Oxford Road, Oxford, MD, 21654, Talbot County
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Vibrio bacteria: Everything you didn’t want to know, but probably should

Vibrio is a genus of naturally occurring aquatic bacteria found in many regions of the world, including the Chesapeake Bay. Several species of Vibrio can cause illness in humans including gastroenteritis and necrotizing fasciitis – “Waterman’s Disease.”

Speaker: Ava Ellett (Cooperative Oxford Lab/NOAA)

The Oxford Museum is the second of six Maryland sites to host Water/Ways, a traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibition, brought to the state by the Maryland Humanities’ Museum on Main Street program. Water/Ways will be open to the public in the Saint Paul’s Pilgrim Holiness Church in Oxford for six weeks, from July 13 to August 24, 2019

Water/Ways Tour Schedule

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From Western Maryland to the lower Eastern Shore, our state is rich with water: it’s part of our history, our culture, our future. Maryland H2O shines the spotlight on it, through Maryland Humanities’ Museum on Main Street tour of the traveling exhibit Water/Ways, the Smithsonian exhibition H2O Today, and engaging programs to spark a statewide discussion about water. 

This event is listed as part of Maryland Humanities’ Maryland H2O initiative and #ValueWater programming. 

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