OLD-TIMERS: More than 100 restored classic Chris Craft, Hacker and Gar Wood speedboats will gather for a judged show next weekend at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels. Museum admission covers entrance to the show, which runs from Friday to Sunday. Call 410-745-2916.
WRAP IT UP: Twelve of the world's best female sailors finish the five-day Santa Maria Cup match racing regatta today on the Severn River, off Annapolis. Semifinals in matched J-22s start at 9 a.m., with finals to follow around noon. Skippers include Dawn Riley of San Francisco, Betsy Alison of Newport, R.I., and Paula Lewin of Bermuda. Headquarters is the Eastport Yacht Club, 410-263-0415.
ROUND TRIP: The Canoe Cruisers Association resumes its popular evening canoe circuit trips at Violette's Lock on Thursdays throughout this month. The trip through mild white water, then back to the put-in via the C&O Canal, is suitable for practiced novices; the trip leader is John Stapko, 301-953-1949.
EASY WALKERS: The Sierra Club offers an easy, eight-mile walk on the C&O Canal's Gold Mine Loop at 1 p.m. today. Meet at the westernmost Carderock parking lot at 12:55 p.m. Bring water and a light snack; the leader is Laura Luftig, 703-931-3977.
FIRST AID: The Potomac Appalachian Trail Club offers a two-day course in wilderness first aid next weekend. Those who complete the 16-hour session earn two-year certification. The cost is $125. For information, call Chris Tate, 703-836-8905.
COUNTRY ROADS: The Audubon Naturalist Society has a birdwatching trip to Loudoun County on Saturday. The group will meet at 7 a.m. at the Lucketts Community Center and will car pool down narrow country roads to look for breeding birds of the fields and woods edges. The leader is Bob Beard, 703-534-3178.
LEADERS: Wintergreen Resort in Virginia is offering courses in kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking and other adventure sports this summer through a new affiliation with the Outdoor Wilderness Leadership School. For information, call 800-266-2444.
BUILD A BOAT: Alexandria Seaport Foundation leads a boat-building workshop next weekend at the Red Cross Festival at the Robinson Terminal at the foot of Oronoco Street. Participants can build their own 12-foot Bevin Skiff from a kit under the watchful tutelage of experts. Kits cost $650. The Foundation has helped folks build more than 100 of the lightweight rowing skiffs in the past. Call 703-549-7078 for details.