Sarah Krizek

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Sarah Krizek


Sarah is a lifelong Marylander, growing up sailing and exploring the Chesapeake Bay. These early experiences on the water have created a passion for the Bay and a desire to share this with children of all ages. Sarah has worked in the field of outdoor and environmental education for over 20 years. After graduating from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management and Environmental Education, Sarah moved to Eastport.

She started in her position at the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park in 2012. She served as the Education Director until 2020 and now serves as the Volunteer Coordinator with AMM. While away from the museum you might spot Sarah with her husband Matt and son, Jack enjoying the local Eastport Community or boating on their 34’ Mainship Pilot.


My Sacred Place


Ellen O. Moyer Nature Park, in partnership with the Annapolis Maritime Museum

What was once an overgrown, neglected park was transformed by the volunteers and operations staff of Annapolis Maritime Museum into a safe and beautiful waterfront park for the Annapolis community.

My Sacred Place


Annapolis Maritime Museum Garden

Surrounded by a lovely garden tended by museum volunteers, the Sacred Place lies between the museum’s two major structures: the McNasby Oyster Company Building and the Barge House. The space is part of the Eastport Walking Tour and has evolved into a community gathering place for various events.

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