News and Articles

  • Queen Anne’s Chorale Fall Season Practice Starts in September
    Queen Anne’s Chorale is pleased to announce its 33rd season with the Fall 2021 semester. Read more
  • Chesapeake Forum Fall 2021 Semester
    Chesapeake Forum's fall semester is right around the corner! The semester begins in September with a new course from Dr. Wayne Bell, “Birds, Ecology and Conservation: Birds and Our Working Landscape,” and the last class will take place in mid-November. Registration for the 2021 Fall Semester begins on August 23, 2021. Courses are $10 per session. Some of the courses have limited numbers so be sure to register early. The Fall 2021 Course List will be mailed out to community members on August 2nd and will also be available on our website at and on Facebook. Read more
  • Tidewater Rotary Club of Easton Presents Second Annual Flags for Cancer Community Event
    The Tidewater Rotary Club of Easton, Maryland is pleased to announce its second annual Flags for Cancer event that will provide a beautiful visual display of colored flags in our community, but more importantly, will help raise awareness for cancer, and cancer-survivors, and provide an important and much-needed source of fund-raising for two vital organizations helping people in need in our local community. Read more
  • Green is the New Grain ~ SVN | Miller Presents a Vision for Silo Houses
    The Chesapeake team at SVN | Miller Commercial Real Estate is proud to present The Granary at Easton, a unique opportunity to reimagine and repurpose a former Perdue-owned grain elevator along Easton’s Rails-to-Trails. Working with architect Mitch Hager, the team has created a beautiful and sustainable residential development concept for the 2.4-acre parcel. The project will transform ten grain silos into more than forty single and multi-family residential units complete with rooftop gardens and shared spaces. Read more
  • ShoreRivers & CCA Maryland Seek Volunteers to Build Oyster Reef Balls
    ShoreRivers and the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Maryland are seeking volunteers of all ages to help construct oyster reef balls that will be placed in the Choptank River to create underwater habitat. CCA Maryland is a nonprofit organization that advocates for, conserves, and educates communities about Maryland’s marine resources. ShoreRivers, a nonprofit organization that restores and protects Eastern Shore waterways, is partnering with CCA Maryland as part of the Living Reef Action Campaign. The goals of the campaign are to create and restore oyster reef habitat while engaging local communities in education about oyster reefs. Read more
  • Talbot County Sheriff’s Office Saves Teen Court Program After Administering Agency Closes
    Talbot Teen Court seeks student volunteers and community partners for the youth diversion program that is now under the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office. Read more
  • UM Shore Regional Health Golf Tournament Set for August 30, 2021
    University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation has scheduled its annual Golf Tournament fundraiser for Monday, August 30, 2021 at Talbot Country Club in Easton. Read more
  • Year-Round Skin Care by Terry Callahan
    “Sun protection habits need to be practiced year-round. Even in the winter months or on overcast days, the sun’s UV rays can cause skin damage leading to a sunburn and skin cancer,” notes Dr. Michael Del Torto, owner/partner of Easton Dermatology Associates. “Dermatology is very gratifying because dermatologists can actually see the improvement in their patient’s condition in response to their prescribed treatment.” Read more
  • Get Hands on with the Construction of Maryland Dove
    The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is pleased to offer the public a chance to be a part of history and join CBMM shipwrights this fall as they build Maryland Dove, a reproduction of the vessel that accompanied the first European settlers to Maryland in 1634. Read more
  • Community Center’s Summer Programs
    The St. Michaels Community Center’s programs kick off with its free, waterfront Summer Concert Series taking place on Thursdays from 6 to 7:30pm at Muskrat Park in St. Michaels. Read more
  • Summerfest Is “Under The Stars”
    For 32 years the annual Caroline Summerfest Festival in Denton has marked the turn toward Fall in Caroline County. As vacations wind down and families prepare to return to the regular schedules set by school days, Summerfest has symbolized one last hurrah of family, friends, and food coupled with great music on three stages. Read more
  • Unleashed Charity Running Program Returns
    Talbot Humane’s Unleashed Charity Running Program is thrilled to be running the streets of Easton again for the animals! We are seeking animal lovers of any fitness level to train with us for the Historic Drawbridge Half Marathon from Tilghman to St. Michaels this fall. We are holding an information meeting on August 4, 6pm, at the shelter (7894 Ocean Gtwy, Easton). Training begins Saturday, August 21, 7am, 12 Magnolia St. in Easton (parking area next to ball fields). Read more