Layout 1
Layout 1

News and Articles

  • TCPS Announces 2024-2025 Teacher and Support Staff of the Year
    Talbot County Public Schools (TCPS) announced the 2024-2025 Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year at a celebration held at the Easton Elks Lodge. The Teacher and Support Staff of the Year Program recognizes outstanding educators who have innovative ideas, focus positive attention on education, and demonstrate superior commitment to students. Read more
  • Eastern Shore Jazz Icon Returns Home: Hannah Gill to Grace the Stage at Oxford Community Center
    The Oxford Community Center (OCC) is thrilled to announce that local talent Hannah Gill will be taking the stage on May 25th as part of the inaugural season of "The Stage at OCC" concert series. Read more
  • Outdoor Movie Nights Return
    The Easton Economic Development Corporation is thrilled to announce the return of Outdoor Movie Nights. Friends and Families are invited to come early, bring a picnic blanket or chair, and enjoy free screenings of entertaining and exciting films with everyone in their community. Please note: Movies begin around 8:30pm (when it is fully dark outside) Read more
  • Healthy Tilghman 5K/ 1 Mile June 1st
    Was exercising part of your New Year’s resolution? Or are you looking to get fitter before bathing suit season? Or you’re just looking for a morning out in the fresh air surrounded by beauty, nature, and history. Whatever your motivation, the Healthy Tilghman 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk is for you! Read more
  • April 29th Bus Tour Visits the Brandywine Museum of Art and the Hagley Museum
    On April 29th, Easton AAUW is sponsoring a double-barreled bus trip to the Brandywine Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, PA and the Hagley Museum near Wilmington, DE. Read more
  • TAP Scenic Designer & Set Construction Crew Needed
    Are you a talented scenic designer or skilled in set construction? Tred Avon Players (TAP) is seeking passionate volunteers to join our creative team. Read more
  • Riverkeepers to Host Annual State of the Rivers Series
    ShoreRivers is pleased to announce the return of its highly anticipated State of the Rivers events—a series of free presentations held each spring to inform the public about the current state of our Eastern Shore waterways and what we can all do to protect and restore them. Whether this will be your first or your 15th State of the Rivers, we invite everyone to attend, learn, and enjoy—and bring a friend, too! Read more
  • Queen Anne’s Chorale Presents the Choral Classics – Accompanied by String Quintet
    The days are definitely getting longer, and the chance of snow is getting less. It must be SPRING in DelMarVa. Queen Anne’s Chorale, accompanied by a string quintet, presents a program of choral masterworks with selections by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Mendelssohn and more! Read more
  • YMCA Summer Camp Registration is Open
    Registration for 2024 YMCA of the Chesapeake youth summer camps is open. Read more
  • Original Banner Art Show at St. Michaels Library
    If you drive down Talbot Street in St. Michaels, you can’t help but notice the “Celebrate St. Michaels” banners that grace the utility poles every year from April to November. The artwork for these banners is created by members of the St. Michaels Art League (SMAL), and additionally, SMAL sponsors banners created by four AP Art Students from St. Michaels Middle High School. Read more
  • Italian Cooking Demo & Wine Pairings in St. Michaels April 17
    Explore the culinary arts with a tour of all things Italian as the St. Michaels Community Center teams up with Chesapeake College to present an Italian Eats Extravaganza cooking program and dinner on Wednesday, April 17 beginning at 6pm. Read more
  • Talbot Schools Announce 2024-2025 Teacher and Support Staff of theYear Finalists
    Talbot County Public Schools (TCPS) honors teachers and support staff through the annual Teacher of the Year and Support Staff of the Year Program. The program recognizes outstanding educators who implement innovative ideas, focus positive attention on education, and demonstrate superior commitment to students and the community. Read more