Project Restart and Grace Street announced this week a free peer recovery support specialist certification program starting soon in Easton.Read more!
University of Maryland Shore Regional Health’s plans for construction of a new Regional Medical Center (RMC) in Easton have moved a step forward as hospital officials have received notice that the Maryland Health Care Commission has docketed the application for the project’s Certificate of Need (CON).Read more!
The Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation has announced the 2023 “Mission Possible – Celebrating TCPS Alumni and Supporting Teachers,” to be held on Friday, November 17 from at 5:30 – 8:00pm at the Oxford Community Center. Mrs. Eleanor “Tot” O’Mara, Easton High Class of 1967 and James Redman, TCPS Fine Arts Supervisor will serve as Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. The purpose of the event is to recognize Distinguished Alumni, celebrate Talbot County Public Education, and raise funds, awareness, and support for the Education Foundation.Read more!
The 2023 Christmas Ornament commissioned by the Tilghman Watermen’s Museum is now available for purchase. The 9th ornament in their unique collection relating to Tilghman history features the “old” drawbridge over Knapps Narrows.Read more!
The Tilghman Watermen’s Museum 2024 calendar is here! It features pictures taken by local residents of life on Tilghman Island throughout the year, ranging from island dogs to rainbows to decorated boats.Read more!
With a grant of $500,000 from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, the largest it has ever received from a private foundation, the St. Michaels Community Center (SMCC) is poised to finish the total renovation of its aged building and provide enhanced services to the most vulnerable in the Bay Hundred area of Talbot County and throughout the Mid-Shore.Read more!
Two new galleries have joined forces as “Contemporary Art Galleries” at 5 N. Harrison Street in Easton. Spiralis Gallery, owned by Gail Patterson, features Contemporary Afro-Caribbean art, and The Zebra Gallery, owned by Susan Schauer John, an award-winning local fiber artist.Read more!
Celebrating the holidays in St. Michaels is a tradition for many, and this year is no different. Maryland’s Eastern Shore is home to many picturesque towns, but none embody an old-fashioned holiday feel quite like St. Michaels. With our quaint shops, world-class dining and jolly spirit, St. Michaels is transformed during the holidays into a Christmas Village. The holiday spirit is felt throughout town, which makes coming to St Michaels during the holiday season a special experience, year after year, and provides a wonderful backdrop to shop for the holidays.Read more!
Bayside Quilters of the Eastern Shore will present its Annual Handmade Market at the Trappe Volunteer Fire Company on the 2nd Floor located at Powell Avenue in Trappe, Maryland on Friday, November 17, from 3pm to 7pm and on Saturday, November 18, from 10am to 3pm. The sale will include hand-crafted gifts, large and small quilts, wall hangings, bags, placemats, napkins, toys, Christmas ornaments, wearables, sewing items, rope bowls, and pillows.Read more!
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum gets in the festive spirit next month, hosting the Holiday Edition of the Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival on Saturday, Nov. 18.Read more!