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News and Articles

  • The Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together
    Mid Shore Behavioral Health, Inc. (MSBH), in collaboration with Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot County health departments announces the fourth annual “The Mid-Shore is Going Purple Together” event on Saturday, September 16th from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Worton Park in Kent County. Going Purple Together (GPT) serves as a space for the community to come together supporting recovery from substance misuse. Read more
  • The Talbot Hospice Fall Gala Returns
    After a five-year hiatus, the Talbot Hospice Fall Gala will return on Saturday, September 23rd at the Historic Wye House in Easton. The 2023 event is chaired by Robert and Maureen Fogarty. Read more
  • Oxford Picket Fence Auction
    This year’s iconic, one-of-a-kind Picket Fences have been on display throughout Oxford all summer and soon it will be time to sell them at auction to raise funds for Talbot County nonprofits. The Oxford Business Association has been sponsoring this event since 2007 to give back to the community that they love and that supports their businesses throughout the year. Read more
  • Lunch & Learn will Resume atSt. Michaels Branch in October
    Ron Lesher will be the guest speaker for the October Lunch & Learn series at the St. Michaels Branch on Monday, October 2nd at noon. Read more
  • Oxford Museum to OfferTalbot County Decoy Programs
    In conjunction with the Oxford Museum’s fall exhibit, “Duck, Duck, Goose: Celebrating Talbot County Decoys and Carvers,” the Museum is excited to be sponsoring a series of public and members only programs. This special exhibit, running from August 19 to November 12, is unique in that it focuses only on Talbot County decoys and their carvers. It will feature rare examples from important private and public collections, as well as fowling guns, gear, historic photos and documents, videos, an outdoor hunting blind, and carving demonstrations. Read more
  • Scott and Tracy Wagner Renew Title Sponsorship for Easton Airport Day
    The organizing committee of Easton Airport Day is delighted to announce the continuation of Scott and Tracy Wagner's role as title sponsors for this year's event. The much-anticipated 14th annual Easton Airport Day is set to take off on October 14, providing a captivating experience for the community to explore their local airfield and gain insights into the world of aviation. Read more
  • Second AnnualEaston FallCraft Fair on Oct. 7
    The second annual Easton Fall Craft Fair will take place from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, October 7 on the grounds of Trinity Cathedral, 315 Goldsborough St. in downtown Easton. The indoor-outdoor fair is free and will feature 35 artisans selling one-of-a-kind crafts, from jewelry and pottery to seaglass art, crocheted toys, embroidery, wooden signs, soaps, candles, hand-painted gourd birdhouses and more. Everything for sale is handmade. There also will be a bake sale and outdoor hot dog stand, as well as a raffle with several unique prizes: a beautiful handmade quilt; an oversized Charcuterie board created and donated by woodworkers McMartin & Beggins; and a class in how to prepare Charcuterie food, donated by Vines & Vibes Restaurant. Proceeds will benefit Trinity's new outreach program offering free weekly English language classes in Easton on Wednesdays. For more info, send an email to eastonfallcraftfair@gmail.com. Read more
  • For All Seasons to Host Annual Back to School Resource Fair
    For All Seasons will host its annual School Supplies Giveaway and Resource Fair on Thursday, August 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Idlewild Park in Easton. Talbot County Department of Social Services is a key partner, contributing to the purchase of hundreds of backpacks pre-stuffed with supplies for community children in need. In addition to the backpacks and school supplies, the event will offer community resources, free Italian ice, movie theater popcorn, snacks, schoolyard games, and a raffle. Last year’s event drew over 800 participants. Read more
  • Talbot CountySenior Center News
    Brookletts Place’s New Travel Log for 2023-2024 is now available!! Please contact Teresa at the Center with any questions or to sign up at 410-822-2869 ext. 222 or e-mail tgreene@uppershoreaging.org. For a complete Calendar of Events visit us on our website: www.brooklettsplace.org. Read more
  • Wind Gust Damages Miss Eleanor
    A recent thunderstorm dropped the Nathan of Dorchester’s push boat Miss Eleanor into the Choptank River when a gust estimated at over 70 miles per hour hit the boat. Luckily, the Nathan herself was secure at Long Wharf in Cambridge as the July 3 storm pummeled the area. Read more
  • ShoreRivers Announces 2023 Photo Contest
    Have you ever been told you have an eye for capturing the moment? Perhaps a passion for photography? Do you love your local waterways and want to promote and protect them? ShoreRivers is running its annual photo contest from August through October, so snap a picture and send it our way! Your photo could be seen across the Eastern Shore—contest photos are featured in ShoreRivers’ print and digital publications as well as at our events, which collectively reach thousands of people each year. Read more
  • TCPS Announces Administrative Appointments for 2023-2024 School Year
    Talbot County Public Schools (TCPS) has announced new administrative appointments for the 2023-2024 school year, effective July 1, 2023. Read more