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  1. Oxford Community Center Presents “Sammy and the Congregation”

    May 25 @ 8:00 pm

    Oxford Community Center, 8pm, in partnership with Jazz on the Chesapeake, OCC presents “Sammy and the Congregation”. Drummer, singer and bandleader, Sammy Miller, brings joyful jazz to OCC. The Grammy nominated musician and his four-piece “Congregation” rhythms. Rooted in swing, their portfolio spans the American songbook with lively, toe tapping

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  2. Ridgely Lions Club – 40th Annual Strawberry Festival and Strawberry Chase 5K

    May 26

    Ridgely Lions Club – 40th Annual Strawberry Festival, 8am- 4pm at Martin Sutton Park in Ridgely. Ridgely Lions fundraiser includes the Strawberry Chase 5K, musical entertainment, food, crafts, entertainment for kids, and strawberry festival parade.  For information on the Strawberry Festival and Ridgely Lions go to www.ridgelylions.org  & on Facebook

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  3. Oxford Community Center Presents “Broadway Jukebox Revolution”

    May 26 @ 8:00 pm

     Oxford Community Center in partnership with Brown Box Theatre presents “Broadway Jukebox Revolution”, 8pm.  Join us for this LIVE musical theatre cabaret event. With a variety of Broadway songs to choose from, each performance is unique based on the selection of that evening’s audience. Tickets are $25 and can be

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  4. A Garden of Quilts

    May 31 - June 2

    A Garden of Quilts, Oxford Community Center, 200 Oxford Rd., Oxford. Quilt Show presented by Bayside Quilters of the Eastern Shore, Inc. on May 31 & June 1, 10am-4pm and June 2, 10am-3pm.  Admission $10.  For more information http:www.baysidequilters.com.  Oxford Garden Tour on June 1st, 10-4.  “The Secret Gardens of

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  5. St. Michaels BrewFest

    June 1

    St. Michaels BrewFest – Noon. Local/Regional & National Beers, Live Music All Day Long. Three locations throughout St. Michaels, samples of over 100 beers from the local to from far away continents. Tickets available online.

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  6. Davis Arts Center Open Studios

    June 1 @ 2:00 pm - June 2 @ 6:00 pm

    June 1 & 2:  Davis Arts Center Open Studios at 516 Davis Avenue, Easton, 2 to 6pm.  Enjoy an afternoon touring studios and talking to resident artists.  For the first time ever six preeminent, award winning regional artists will also display their works at the Davis Arts Center.  Music and

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  7. Preston Lions & Fire Dept. Carnival

    June 3 @ 7:00 pm - June 8 @ 10:00 pm

    Preston Lions & Fire Dept. Carnival, Williamson Street, Preston, 7-10 nightly.  Parade – Tuesday, June 4, 7pm, Main Street, Preston.  Rain date June 6th.  Bracelet nights – every night except parade night.  Pay one price and ride all rides.  Bingo, food and drinks, cake booth, lots of fun rides.

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News and Articles

  • Calling all crafters: Fair entry registration deadline is June 14
    The Talbot County Fair, celebrating its 36th year July 11-13 is calling all talented crafters, bakers, sewers, woodworkers and gardeners to enter their prized projects and works made throughout the year for the fair’s judging competitions. Read more
  • Small Craft Rentals Begin May 24 at CBMM
    Enjoy an up close and personal experience on the Miles River in St. Michaels, Md. this Memorial Day weekend, when the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s small craft rental program launches May 24-May 27. Read more
  • “A Garden of Quilts”
    Bayside Quilters of the Eastern Shore has again chosen the historic, seaport town of Oxford, Maryland for the location of its quilt show, "A Garden of Quilts". The quilt show will be a three-day event running from Friday, May 31 (opening day of the show) through Sunday, June 2. Read more
  • AAUW Announces Mature Woman’s Grant
    The Easton Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is pleased to announce the opportunity for a Mature Woman’s Grant to females age 25 and over who are residents of one of the following Maryland counties: Kent, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, Talbot or Dorchester. Read more
  • Half a Century of Service By: Terry Callahan
    The Neighborhood Service Center, Inc. (NSC) has provided aid and services for low-income residents since 1969 when it was begun by a group of concerned Talbot County citizens and activists, including the Talbot County Council and the Town Creek Foundation. Fifty years later, the NSC’s mission, “Works Toward Eliminating Poverty By Empowering Families To Be Self-Sufficient” is still relevant. First housed inside the Borden-Stanley Building on Goldsborough Street, the NSC later was able to build its facility on Port Street with the Talbot County Council’s support of a Community Development Block Grant. Under the leadership of the late Herbert Andrews, the Council designated the NSC as the county’s anti-poverty agency. Read more
  • Ridgely Lions Prepare for 40th Annual Strawberry Festival
    On Sunday May 26, 2019 the Ridgely Lions Club will host the 40th Annual Strawberry Festival at Martin Sutton Memorial Park in Ridgely MD from 8am to 5pm. This annual event is the largest fundraiser for the Ridgely Lions Club. The Lions partner with many of the community’s volunteer and service organizations to make it one of Caroline County’s premier events. All proceeds raised by the Lions Club through the festival are used to support community service projects and local charities. Read more
  • Different Days – Same Great Bargains at Christ Church St. Michaels’ Spring Rummage Sale
    St. Michaels, MD—Christ Church St. Michaels’ Spring Rummage Sale will take place this year May 14–17 at the Parish House on Willow Street. This year’s schedule is as follows: Tuesday & Wednesday, May 14 & 15 – Outside Sales Only—9am to 6pm Thursday, May 16 Outside Sales—9am to 7pm Inside Sales—3pm to 7pm (This is new!) Friday, May 17—Outside and Inside Sales—7am to 2pm Read more
  • Fine Arts at Oxford Announces Artist’s Demonstrations
    Fine Arts at Oxford celebrates 35 years of showcasing artists. Adding to the festivities, various demonstrations by some of the juried artists have been arranged for the public’s enjoyment. These short demonstrations provide an opportunity for the attendees to participate and discuss craft with the artists in a more detailed fashion. Children and adults alike are invited to enjoy these exciting presentations. Read more

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