News and Articles

  • Blackwater NWR to Hold Annual Youth Fishing Fun Day on June 4
    In partnership with the Friends of Blackwater and the Harriet Tubman State Park, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge will hold their annual Youth Fishing Fun Day on Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This family-friendly event will be held at “Hog Range” Pond behind the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, located off Route 335. Young people 15 years old and under can pre-register for the event by calling 410-228-2677 or register at the event on June 4. Fishing will begin at 9:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. Read more
  • Talbot Swim Club Registration Opens for 2022 Season
    Talbot Swim Club (TSC) has officially opened registration for both returning and new swimmers for the 2022 season. TSC is a summer recreational swim team for swimmers ages 6-18 who reside on the Eastern Shore, with members from various counties including Talbot, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, and Dorchester. Its mission is “to develop the character, self-confidence, and physical fitness of our local community's youth through the life-long sport of swimming.” The program emphasizes the improvement of strokes and endurance and having fun. TSC is a member of the Delmarva Swim Association, a league comprised of 24 teams. Read more
  • 34th Antique & Classic Boat Festival
    ing special to do with dad on Father’s Day weekend need look no further than the 34th Annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival and The Arts at Navy Point, to take place June 17-19 from 10am to 5pm each day. Read more
  • 22nd Annual Multicultural Festival Offers Way to Reconnect and Celebrate Community
    s been a trying time of separation for everyone since Covid shut everything down two years ago. Read more
  • Talbot Hospice Memorial Walk Returns this Spring
    will be held in-person on Saturday, May 14th at Easton’s Rails to Trails and John F. Ford park. A virtual walk is also available to supporters who live out-of-town, or would prefer to participate on their own. Read more
  • Something of the Marvelous Challenge Features Tour of Wye Heights’ Magnificent Gardens
    and outdoor learning experiences in front of students during the pandemic and transition its school programming to a virtual world (and back again) and work with classroom teachers to continue connecting their students to science and the outdoors. Funds raised through these campaigns allowed Pickering Creek to keep its trails open (with no admission fee) and looking great for the record number of visitors we have welcomed throughout the pandemic, as the need for respite increased. Read more
  • Old Wye’s May Fair Celebrates 300 Years
    invited. The festivities will take place on the Church grounds in Wye Mills on Saturday, May 14 from 10am to 4pm. Read more
  • Strawberry Chase 5K
    Wear your red, white, and blue to honor our Veteran’s Service at the 10th Annual Strawberry Chase 5K on Sunday, May 29, 2022. There will be costume prizes for the best theme-dressed. Water stops and refreshments provided. The course is a flat loop including the town’s rail trail and scenic farmland west of Ridgely. Start and finish is at Martin Sutton Park. Read more
  • Mid-Atlantic Symphony Hosts Guest Performer Adam Glaser For Special Jazz Pops Concert In Easton, Rehoboth Beach
    Award-winning conductor, composer and pianist Adam Glaser joins an ensemble of Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra musicians June 2 and 3 for an eclectic evening of jazz, crossover and contemporary music. Read more
  • Secret Gardens of Oxford Tour Returns on Saturday, June 4
    fter 3 years, Secret Gardens of Oxford Tour reconvenes on Saturday, June 4. New this year is a rebranded shed sale (to a Chic Shed Sale) and the introduction of a Mascot-- a rabbit carrying two tulips. Watch for posters, bookmarks, and totes featuring the rabbit that start popping up in the region. Read more
  • Easton Choral Arts Society to Perform Spring Concert “Look to the Day” on May 19 and 22
    aston Choral Arts Society (ECAS) will present its spring concert, “Look to the Day," on May 19 and May 22 at Christ Church Easton. The concert will fill the air with uplifting songs focusing on peace, courage, inspiration, self-betterment, and connecting with others – all featuring a wide variety of musical styles, including classical, folk, Gospel, Broadway, and even Caribbean, accompanied by Conga drums. Read more
  • CBMM to Host Songwriting Workshop, Bay-themed Concert
    On Wednesdays May 4–June 1, join the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and singer/songwriter Janie Meneely for a virtual songwriting workshop. Held each evening from 7–7:45pm via Zoom, songwriting sessions will include examples and discussions about the components of “successful” songs, as well as brainstorming for ideas, discovering your song pattern, breaking through the sound barrier, and more. Each session will include time for participants to present their own works in progress. No experience with an instrument is necessary, but participants should be prepared to use their voice. The workshop is free, but a donation of $45 is suggested. Read more