Maritime foundation to hold open house

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The National Maritime Heritage Foundation and its DC Sail program in Washington, D.C., will celebrate 10 years of promoting sailing education and kick off the Mid-Atlantic sailing season, with an open house 5-8 p.m. May 6 at the Gangplank Marina at 600 Water Street SW.

Attendees can tour the foundation's facilities and check out the fleet that includes five Flying Scots, four lasers and one 65-foot schooner. They can also meet DC Sail members and learn about volunteer opportunities.

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