News and Articles

  • TCPS Teacher Recognized as Outstanding Gifted and Talented Teacher Leader
    The Maryland State Advisory Council on Gifted and Talented Education and the Maryland State Department of Education Gifted and Talented Office hosted a virtual ceremony on February 25, “Celebrating Gifted and Talented Education in Maryland.” The program included a presentation of a Governor’s Proclamation, identifying February as Gifted and Talented Education Month in Maryland. Read more
  • Announcing the 2021 Oxford Fine Arts Artists
    The Oxford Community Center welcomes the fifty (50) incredible artists juried into the 2021 show by juror Stewart White. Read more
  • Soistman Family Dentistry to Host Day of Free Dentistry April 10, 2021
    Soistman Family Dentistry & Associates is hosting their 2nd annual Easton Smiles event on April 10, 2021. Easton Smiles is a day of free dentistry for our community! The purpose of Easton Smiles is to give back to the community and provide dental care for those that may not have the opportunity to have their dental needs met. Participants who attend this event will have the option of a cleaning, extraction, or filling free of charge. There are no stipulations for this event (no insurance verification, no financial documentation needed, etc). This event is strictly first come first serve, there is NO pre-registration or reservations prior to this event. Easton smiles is to serve community members here in Easton and the surrounding towns and counties. Soistman Family Dentistry & Associates plans to assist and serve approximately 90 patients. Read more
  • For All Seasons Red Sand Project Raises Awareness About Human Trafficking
    For All Seasons recently sponsored the Red Sand Project to educate the public and bring awareness about human trafficking. Participants poured red sand into sidewalk cracks and used the time to start a discussion about the causes and effects of human trafficking and exploitation. Read more
  • Adkins Arboretum Announces Spring Native Plant Sale— Online!
    Prepare for spring in the garden! Adkins Arboretum, offering the Chesapeake gardener the best selection of landscape-ready native plants for more than two decades, announces its Spring Native Plant Sale. All proceeds benefit the Arboretum’s rich variety of education programs, scheduled to resume later this year, that teach about the Delmarva’s native plants and their connection to a healthy Chesapeake Bay. Read more
  • CBMM Offers Virtual Boater Safety Courses
    The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is once again offering Maryland DNR-approved boater safety courses, with three-session courses to be held throughout spring and summer. Read more
  • Maryland DNR 2021 Photo Contest ~ Now Open Entries for Annual Contest Taken Until August 5
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is now accepting entries for its annual photo contest. Photographers, novice or professional, can enter for the chance to win cash, park passes, and other great prizes. Read more
  • Talbot County Plants Trees to Improve Water Quality and Aesthetics
    Talbot County is participating in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources FY 21 Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund’s water quality improvement projects. The County’s Department of Public Works (DPW) has been working with Tom Leigh, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, in his role as the County’s “stormwater circuit rider,” to identify potential site locations for the proposed tree/shrub/meadow plantings in Talbot County to be funded through the DNR Water Quality Improvement Grant. Read more
  • Talbot County Women’s Club Hosts Flower Mart & Craft Fair in Time for Spring Planting
    The Talbot County Women’s Club is hosting the “Garden Gate Fundraiser Flower Mart & Craft Fair” on April 22 through April 24 from 11am to 4pm each day at the Talbot County Women's Club located at 18 Talbot Lane in Easton (behind the Waterfowl Building). Read more
  • Mid-Atlantic Symphony to Premiere Work by James Lee III In Season Finale Concert on April 22
    The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra concludes its 2020-2021 season on April 22 with a program highlighted by the world premiere of Restored Images, a work by internationally acclaimed American composer James Lee III. Read more
  • Chesapeake Music Announces Virtual 9th Biennial Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competition for Young Professionals
    Postponed from April 2020 due to the global pandemic, this year’s rescheduled Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competition for Young Professionals will be held on-line on April 10, 2021, due to continued performance restrictions. Four ensembles will compete for the $10,000 Lerman Gold Prize and the $5,000 Silver Prize. The average age of an ensemble must be under 31, and some include members as young as 21. The ensembles represent a wide range of instrumental combinations including winds, strings, and mixed instruments, including percussion. The Competition finalist ensembles include Aya Piano Trio of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Dior Quartet of Bloomington, Indiana; Soma Quartet of Bloomington, Indiana; and Zelter String Quartet of Los Angeles, California. Read more
  • Sunset Yoga Returns to Navy Point
    Beginning on May 4, and continuing each Tuesday in May and June, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will once again host a series of mixed level sunset yoga classes on its waterfront campus in St. Michaels, Md. Read more