December Birthday meeting

Kelsey’s Restaurant 8480 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD, United States

Shopping with Jane Austen in Fact and Fiction Presented by Dr. Ann Wass Jane Austen’s letters and novels contain numerous references to shopping for textiles, clothing, and accessories from 1798… Continue reading →

Jane Austen & Gardens

Jane Austen's love of gardening is apparent in several of her novels. The English love their gardens and, luckily, exported that love to America. We will discuss Austen's garden, the… Continue reading →

Jane Austen and the Theatre

Presented by Deborah C. Payne, American University As 15 years of scholarship has chronicled, Jane Austen very much liked the theatre. Letters to her sister, Cassandra, reveal trips to London… Continue reading →

Box Hill Picnic

Manor Mill 2029 Monkton Road, Monkton, MD, United States

There will be a JASNA MD picnic prior to Jane Austen Day at Manor Mill.  We are working in partnership with Manor Mill in Monkton, MD on this event. BYOP… Continue reading →

July Virtual Meeting

Commemorate Jane Austen by testing your knowledge in our Trivia Game. No prizes but bragging rights galore! Register for the Zoom link: 

Annual General Meeting (AGM), Denver

Pride & Prejudice: A rocky Romance Presented by Denver/Boulder Region November 3–5, 2023 Visit the AGM website for more information: https://jasna.org/agms/denver2023/home.php

December Birthday Meeting

Kelsey’s Restaurant 8480 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD, United States

Serendipity in Jane Austen's Fiction Presented by Maria Frawley, Professor and Chair, English Department The George Washington University. Kelsey’s Restaurant, Ellicott City Price: $45 for members and $50 for non-members… Continue reading →

Jane Austen Day at Manor Mill

Manor Mill 2029 Monkton Road, Monkton, MD, United States

Sense and Sensibility & Jane Austen’s World. Mark your calendars: Saturday May 18, 2024, 11:00am-12:30pm JASNA MD picnic, 1:00pm-6:00pm Regency-centric presentations, demonstrations, vendors, and food (Open to the public). A… Continue reading →