•Crofton Nursery School, Tuesday, March 11
•Calvary Center, Tuesday, March 11, and Wednesday, March 12
•Harundale Presbyterian Weekday School, The Young School, Wednesday, March 12, and Thursday, March 13
•Cape Kids' Corner Preschool, Thursday, March 13
•Ferndale Early Education Center, Kid's Farm Davidsonville, Kid's Farm Mayo, Friday March 14.
•St. John's Nursery School of Linthicum, March 17
•Heritage Learning Center, March 17 and 18
•Benfield Elementary, March 18
•St. Mary's Elementary, The Key School, March 19 and 20
•St. Jane Frances School, The Goddard School of Gambrills, March 21
•Piney Orchard Elementary, March 24 and 25
•Ridgeway Elementary, March 25 and 26
•Cape St. Claire Elementary, March 26 and 27
•Jones Elementary, March 27
•Chesapeake Science Point, The Learning Tree Child Development Center, March 28
•Oak Hill Elementary, Severna Park Middle, March 31
For additional information, call the vision and hearing technician supervisor Kim Roussey 410-222-6838.
•March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in Anne Arundel County after lung cancer. Screenings and informational kits are available through the Department of Health's Learn To Live program. To order a free kit, call Learn To Live, 410-222-7979, or go to learntolivehealthy.org. Also, the Department of Health's LifeScreen program offers free colorectal cancer screening to county residents ages 50 to 64 who are uninsured and income-eligible. Information: 410-222-6640.
•The county Health Department offers free breast exams, mammograms, AP tests and cervical-cancer screenings to eligible county residents 40 and older. Information: 410-222-6180 or learntolivehealthy.org.