The Talbot County Chamber of Commerce hosts the 2020 Economic Symposium on Wednesday, Nov. 4, in a virtual format. With the impacts on the regional economy from COVID-19, this year’s annual event will focus on economic and employment trends, recovery and resilience. Keynote speakers Gary Keith, Economist and Vice President of M&T Bank, and Anirban Basu, Chairman and CEO of Sage Policy Group, will share data and forecasts at the county, regional and statewide level.Read more!
A friendly challenge to Easton businesses and community organizations has been issued: Who can build the most creative scarecrow display?
Discover Easton has announced the inaugural Scarecrow Decorating Contest for October 2 – November 15. The event challenges local businesses to build a creative, fall-themed scarecrow and display it at their location. Folks can then stroll Easton to discover the whimsical displays, share pictures on social media, and vote online for a chance to win prizes.
The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra will present a reimagined 2020-2021 season featuring limited audiences and ticketed livestreamed performances with special pre-and post-concert events.Read more!
This year has been pretty rough on everyone and every small business… let’s do something about that. Fall is here, many businesses are open after the long COVID nap. Just beyond the horizon are our treasured festive holidays. So, put on your jeans and go SHOPPING.
At Calico Gallery you can get the highest quality Custom Framing at the best price anywhere. Call Brad at 410-310-5070 and make a framing appointment.
The Talbot County Retired School Personnel Association (TCRSPA) recently made a donation to the TCPS Digital Divide Campaign, including a recognition of the contributions to education and student enrichment opportunities by the late Martha Chase Greene, a retired Language Arts teacher at Easton Middle School. Martha Greene was a true pillar of the Unionville community. Her service to her students, dating back to the 1930’s, included educating and caring for them all year long.Read more!
The Talbot County Free Library, in partnership with Maryland Humanities and the Enoch Pratt Free Library, is pleased to present this fall the following virtual programs for children and adults. Executive Director Dana Newman said “We are delighted to be able to offer such varied and engaging programs for library patrons of all ages.”Read more!
Every 13 minutes, someone dies by suicide. Suicide does not discriminate, affecting people of all genders, ages, and ethnicities. It is the 3rd leading cause of death for 10 to 34-year-olds and 5th for 35 to 44-year-olds in Maryland.Read more!
If you drive down Talbot Street in St. Michaels you can’t help but notice the “Celebrate St. Michaels” banners that grace the utility poles from April to November. The artwork for these banners is created every year by members of the St. Michaels Art League.Read more!
The Academy Art Museum in Easton has announced its 2020 Craft Show will take place from Friday, October 16th through Sunday, October 18th with over 40 juried artists participating in its annual event which this year will be held virtually.Read more!
Christmas in St. Michaels is re-focusing its 34th year of fundraising festivities into a virtual celebration beginning this fall, with numerous online activities and holiday-themed packages and kits to help embrace the Christmas spirit while raising funds for Bay Hundred non-profit organizations. The reformatting is in response to the social distancing measures brought on by the COVID pandemic, which limit the large gatherings that traditionally come with Christmas in St. Michaels events.Read more!