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  • CBMM’s Winter Speaker Series to be both Virtual, In-person
    The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., will begin its annual winter speaker series on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, and continue on select Wednesdays through March 16. Some sessions will be presented virtually, while others will be held in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium. Advance registration is required; virtual and in-person ticket packages are available. Read more
  • Pickering Creek in Winter By Terry Callahan
    Winter has brought its beauty to Pickering Creek Audubon Center. “Especially during this time with Covid, many people have discovered how important it is to have access to green space and wild places to unwind, reflect, exercise and to rekindle peace of mind, curiosity, and joy,” says Samantha Pitts, Community Partnerships Coordinator and educator at Pickering Creek. Read more
  • Mid-Shore Pro Bono Announces New Internship Program
    Mid-Shore Pro Bono announced a new Sandy Brown Public Interest Internship at a Dec. 2 reception to honor Brown, who is stepping down at the end of December after serving for 13 years as the legal assistance network’s Executive Director. Current Mid-Shore Pro Bono Managing Attorney Meredith Lathbury Girard will begin as Executive Director in January 2022. Read more
  • Nominate Now for 2022 Maryland Small Business Week Awards
    2022 “Small Business Person of the Year” and compete for the national title during National Small Business Week, May 1-7, 2022. Nominees are also sought for local Entrepreneurial and Advocacy awards. The submission deadline is 3pm, Tuesday, January 11, 2022. Read more
  • Women & Girls Fund of the Mid-Shore Seeks Nominations for Annual Award
    member from Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, or Talbot counties who has made outstanding professional or personal contributions towards addressing the needs of local women and girls. Read more
  • Speaker Jay Fleming for the February Meeting of the Tidewater Camera Club
    TIME: 7-9pm LOCATION: Refer to website for location or ZOOM access. Truncated Biography - Jay Fleming Jay Fleming is a photographer and writer who documents the complex interactions between humans and their natural environment. Born and raised in Annapolis, Maryland, Jay grew up with an affinity for the water. He discovered his passion for photography at the age of 13, after inheriting his father’s hand-me-down Nikon film camera. Read more
  • Talbot County Garden Club Announces It Winter Lecture Series
    e Talbot Count Garden Club is proud to announce a spectacular line-up of nationally renowned speakers beginning in January of 2022. The lectures are free and open to the public. Read more
  • Planning Begins for Maryland House & Garden’s Talbot County Tour
    visitors to several notable private properties, will take place the Saturday of Mother’s Day weekend -- May 7, 2022. Eleanor Denegre chairs the event. Read more
  • Pat Lang to Exhibit in WAF “Small Gift of Art” Exhibit
    n local artist, will exhibit three of her paintings at the Working Artists Forum "Small Gift of Art" show at the Talbot County Free Library in Easton during January. Pat has been painting her entire adult life, and has exhibited in numerous art shows and galleries. As a member of WAF, she is pleased to be able to participate in this show, which is showcasing smaller works of art by its members. Read more
  • Chesapeake Forum 2022 Visiting Scholar Speaker
    esapeake Forum, Academy for Lifelong Learning, is pleased to announce the Forum's 2022 Distinguished Visiting Scholar will be Pamela ‘Pan’ Conrad, Ph.D. The “virtual event” will take place on Thursday, January 20, 2022, from 4 pm - 5:30 pm. Conrad is an astrobiologist, planetary scientist, as well as an Episcopal priest. The title for her talk is "Exploration, adventure and science: what’s the difference, and why does it matter?" Read more
  • Chesapeake Music’s Rising Stars Winter Concert at the Ebenezer Theater, Sunday, February 13, 2022 Features Pianist Elliot Wuu and Cellist Sterling Elliott
    Chesapeake Music’s Rising Stars winter concert will present two outstanding young classical musicians in performance at the Ebenezer Theater in Easton, Maryland (17 S. Washington St.) on February 13th at 2pm. Pianist Elliot Wuu and cellist Sterling Elliott will perform music by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Saint-Saëns, and Tchaikovsky. The concert will also be streamed for a week, following the live performance. Read more
  • WAF Presents “A Small Gift of Art” at the Talbot County Free Library
    The Working Artists Forum is hosting “A Small Gift of Art” exhibit at the Talbot County Free Library from December 1, 2021 to January 29, 2022. Thirty six members will hang small paintings that are the perfect “one of a kind” gift (or gifts) for that special someone during the holiday of your choice: Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, Boxing Day, Solstice, Las Posadas, Bodhi Day, Mawlid, Human Light and don’t forget New Years Eve. If you already have your holiday shopping done, there will still be an opportunity through the month of January to start 2022 off with a gift of art. Read more