Aug. 12: Philip Dutton & The Alligators – Summer Outdoor Concert Series. The Avalon Summer Outdoor Concert Series is located on Harrison Street between Dover and Goldsborough Streets, begin at 7pm. They are free and open to the public. Bring some chairs and prepare to enjoy a pleasant evening of
Aug. 13: Pancake Breakfast – Oxford Volunteer Fire Department, 8-11 am
Aug. 13: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will host Watermen’s Appreciation Day from 10am-5pm on its waterfront campus. This annual celebration of the men and women who make their living on the Chesapeake Bay and their heritage features a boat docking contest, steamed crabs by the dozen, live music, family
Aug. 13: MidShore Restoring Hope in Women presents Designer Purse Bingo at the Caroline County 4H Building, 8230 Detour Rd., Denton. Games start at 1pm. Doors open at 11am. Early bird special $30 until August 1st. Then $35. Ticket includes 20 regular games and a door prize ticket. Extras for
Aug. 18: SILK All-in-One Chalk Paint Demo – 5:30–6:30pm, $10. Limit of 6 participants. The Treasure Chest, 111 S. Morris St. For more info or sign up, go to www.treasurechestoxford.com or call 410-924-8817.
Aug. 19: Duck, Duck, Goose – Presenting Talbot County’s Decoys and Carvers - The new Oxford Museum exhibit; Fri-Mon, 10am–4pm until Nov. 12. Oxford Museum, 101 S. Morris St. More info at www.oxfordmuseummd.org/
Aug. 24: Beginner Chalk Mineral Paint Class, $45, all materials provided. 5:30–8:00pm. Limit of 3 participants. The Treasure Chest, 111 S. Morris St. For more info or sign up, go to www.treasurechestoxford.com or call 410-924-8817.
Aug. 24: The St. Michaels Community Center’s free, waterfront Summer Concert Series is on Thursdays from 6:00 to 7:30pm at Muskrat Park in St. Michaels continuing through Aug. 31.
Aug. 26: Hobby Fair at the Federalsburg Historical Society, 100 Covey Williams Alley, Federalsburg from 10am-2pm. Contact Bart Johnson at 443-786-4086.
Aug. 26: Crab Skiff Races – at the Strand; 12 noon. Smith Island Crab Skiff Association.
Sept. 2: The Fabulous Hubcaps, 7-10pm, at the Oxford Community Center. Tickets $35. oxfordcc.org
Sept. 4: September Speaker Meeting of the Tidewater Camera Club, 7-9pm, in person, at the Universal Unitarian Church, 7401 Ocean Gateway, Easton. Members only of TCC can join on Zoom. Our September speaker will be Jeff McGuiness. His book, Bear Me Into Freedom, is being published by the St. Michaels
Sept. 8-9: Environmental Concern’s Fall Native Plant Sale, 9am-2pm at Environmental Concern’s Native Plant Nursery, 201 Boundary Lane, St. Michaels. 410-745-9620. www.wetland.org.
Sept. 16-17: 15th Annual Alpaca Farm Festival at the Outstanding Dreams Farm, 24480 Pinetown Rd., Preston. Held on Sept. 16th, 11-5 and Sept. 17th, 12-4. Pony rides, Paca Train rides, moon bounce & slide, yard games, face painting, live music, artisans, craft vendors, snow cones, ice cream, and lots of
Sept. 16: 4th Annual Weigh in for Wyatt. Lines in at sun up & weigh in ends at 3pm. Boat entry fee: $250. Bonus fish entry fee: $50. Rain date: Sunday, Sept. 17. 1st prize: Ocean City Fishing Charter “Marli”. 2nd prize: Duck Hunt at Native Shore Hunting Preserve. 3rd
Sept. 16: The 4th Annual Road Rally. Classic and Vintage cars are invited to the 4th Annual Road Rally. Special interest modern cars will be accepted. Over 70 miles of scenic roads with a minimum of traffic, includes box breakfast and lunch for the driver and one passenger at a
Sept. 16: Camp Supper Fundraiser, 4-7pm, 301 Deep Shore Rd., Denton. $12 minimum donation. Menu: Ham, turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes, dressing, coleslaw, rolls, desserts, & beverages. Dine in or carry out. First come first serve.
Medicine Horse Drummers & Zotigh Singers. Hoop Dancer: Angela Gladue of Frog Lake First Nations, Alberta Canada. Head dancers: Krystle Muntz & Ray Clark. MC: Bruce McWilliams. Flutist: Doug Blair. Demos, Exhibits & Vendors. Food. Dancing. Silent Auction. Bake Table. Raffles. Hawk Throw. Artifacts.
Sept. 16: 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 12pm to 3pm at Worton Park in Kent County. Going Purple Together (GPT) serves as a space for
Sept. 16: Waterfowling Around: Our Experiences Hunting in Talbot County. Stories of hunting told by local hunting guides. 5-6:30 at the Oxford Museum. More information on the exhibit and special programming at www.oxfordmuseummd.org
Sept. 17: Purse Bingo at the Goldsboro Fire Hall. Michael Kors, Coach, Kate Spade and a few other brands. Doors open at 11:30am and Bingo starts at 1pm. 20 regular games and 4 special games. $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Special games $10 per packet or $2 a
Sunday, September 17, 2023 8:00 AM 3:00 PM Chesapeake College 1000 College Circle DriveWye Mills, MD, 21679 Our 19th year and still going strong. Ride the beautiful back roads of Talbot and Queen Anne’s Counties in support of ShoreRivers’ work for clean waterways. This is a great way to bring summer
Sept. 19: Beginner Square Dance Lessons at Maple Elementary School Cambridge, MD. Classes will be held every Tuesday starting at 5:30pm. Try it for free to see if it is for you. Singles, couples and children over 10 are welcome. Profnanny@aol.com for more information.
Sept. 22 & 23: Fall Rummage Sale in St. Michaels, Sept. 22, 8am to 2pm, and Sept. 23, 8am to 1pm, at Christ Church. St. Michael’s Parish, 103 Willow St., St. Michaels. Shop for nearly new clothing, jewelry, kitchen items, small appliances, linens, treasures, small furniture, art & books and
Sept. 23: Second annual Cordova Day at the Cordova Firehouse, 10-2. Lunch available for purchase, lots of Cordova and Chapel District displays, local artisans, Cordova Volunteer Firemen's Association open house and more!