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  • Talbot CARES Partners with SaveHeart forAED Enclosures
    Talbot Paramedic Foundation and Team Trace have announced the selection of SaveHeart by HeartNation as their outdoor AED cabinet partner for the Talbot CARES (Cardiac Arrest Rescue and Emergency Station) program. Talbot CARES is among a select group of Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) programs making automated external defibrillators (AEDs) available throughout the community. Read more
  • WHCP-FM Hosts Anniversary Music Festival
    On Saturday, July 27 from 2 to 9pm, WHCP-FM, Mid-Shore Community Radio known for Music Discovery and NPR is celebrating its first year of being a full power 14,000-watt station on 91.7 FM - and its 8th year as an independent, local, grass-roots community radio station with an all-day Music Festival and Fundraiser at Oxford Community Center in Oxford, Maryland. Read more
  • CBMM to Celebrate Independence Day on Big Band Night
    The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will mark Independence Day by hosting Big Band Night on Saturday, July 6. CBMM’s Welcome Center opens at 6pm for this annual celebration that invites the community to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets for an evening of music, dancing, and fireworks along the Miles River. Read more
  • Concerts in thePark
    The St. Michaels Community Center’s Concerts in the Park Series is returning to the waterfront Muskrat Park on Thursdays from 6 to 7:30pm continuing through Aug. 29. Read more
  • St. Michaels Traditional July 4 Independence Day Celebration
    On Thursday, July 4, 2024, St Michaels Museum will once again sponsor its traditional Independence Day Celebration at the Museum on the corner of East Chestnut Street and St. Mary’s Square. Events will start at 10am with the Children’s Parade. Children and parents should arrive at 9:30am. We encourage festively dressed participants with decorated bicycles, tricycles, wagons, and pets. Uncle Sam will lead the parade followed by the St. Michaels Fire Department’s antique Fire Engine, Maggie. The emphasis is on having a good time and showing off for parents, grandparents, neighbors, and friends. The parade starts at corner of St. Mary’s Square and Chestnut Street. The route turns right onto Talbot St, right onto Willow St. (just past Christ Church), right onto Church Street, left onto to Mulberry St. and then right onto to St Mary’s Square, the parade ends at St. Michaels Museum. Read more
  • Cordova Country Fair will be at the Cordova Firehouse Grounds on August 1-3
    Cordova Country Fair at the Cordova firehouse grounds on August 1st through 3rd. Food booths open at 5 pm. The parade on Saturday August 3rd starts at 6 pm. Read more
  • Tidewater Camera Club Speaker David Blecman will Speak on July 1st
    Tidewater Camera Club Speaker meeting held at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Easton MD on July 1st at 7pm. Read more
  • Forest Music is June 13 at Adkins Arboretum
    Once a year, something extraordinary happens in the forest at Adkins Arboretum. Music begins under the tall trees and echoes through the woods, luring visitors to come closer. Born of a partnership between the Arboretum and the National Music Festival, Forest Music is a unique performance art event that brings young musicians and their mentors from the to play in the forest. This year’s Forest Music is Thursday, June 13 from 2 to 4pm. Read more
  • Talbot County Fair Celebrates Youth Achievement Submitted by the Talbot County Fair Committee
    The 2024 Talbot County Fair will take place Thursday, July 11 through Saturday, July 13 at the Talbot Agriculture and Education Center on Hiners Lane in Easton. The Talbot County Fair highlights the area’s rural lifestyle by hosting animal shows, children’s activities, midway games and food vendors, special events, and opportunities to socialize with family and friends in a relaxed setting. Read more
  • Benedictine’s Chrome City Fundraiser To Take Place Saturday, July 27th
    Marking its 22nd year, the Benedictine Foundation Chrome City Fundraiser will take place on Saturday, July 27th on the Benedictine campus in Ridgely, Maryland. Known as one of the largest rides in Maryland, this annual event draws hundreds of car and motorcycle enthusiasts to Benedictine’s Ridgely campus in support of its mission. Read more
  • Talbot County Livestock Auction Committee on July 13th
    The Talbot County 4-H Livestock Committee, on behalf of all the 4-H auction participates want to say, “Thank-You” for the tremendous community support from individuals, families, organizations and businesses that attended, bid, bought, or donated at the 2023 4-H Livestock Auction. Professional Auctioneer Curtis Andrews and his grandson Miles donated their time to perform the Auctioneering. Mr. John Frampton donated his time and expertise taking photos of each winning bidder with the selling 4-H participate and the animal for a keepsake memory. Sonny Snow, Darcy Hutchison and the Callahan Family provided free livestock transportation to the processing facilities so the 4-H participates and the winning bidders don’t have to handle the animals after the auction. A Big Thank-you to these folks for donating their time, truck and trailer for the benefit of these young 4-H participates. The 2023 Livestock Auction went very well and with the 2024 4-H Livestock Auction coming up on July 13 at 7pm we invite everyone back. Read more
  • Talbot Humane’s 6th Annual ‘Pet-Parrazzi’ Calendar Contest
    Proud pet parents, it's time to channel your inner paparazzi! The Pet Parrazzi 2025 Celebrity Calendar contest for Talbot Humane kicks off June 15th. It’s time to capture your fabulous fur babies' red carpet-ready looks. Read more