The leaves are falling, the air is crisp and to-do lists are growing. Our thoughts turn to family gatherings, holiday traditions and festivities. Its’ time to celebrate each other and the perfect opportunity to show appreciation for local entrepreneurs.Read more!
The leaves are turning, and the temps are dropping. As we head towards the 2021 Holiday Season, Queen Anne’s Chorale is pleased to announce two concerts: Saturday, December 4th (7:00pm) and Sunday, December 5th (3:00pm) at the Centreville United Methodist Church located at 608 Church Hill Road (Rt 213). The theme is “A Family Christmas” with selections that will delight the children in all of us. In addition to seasonal favorites that families will enjoy, there will be the traditional audience sing-along, and a light reception afterward.Read more!
The St. Michaels Community Center is seeking donations of new toys, non-perishables, toiletries, and household goods, which can be dropped off or shipped directly to SMCC at 103 Railroad Ave., St. Michaels, MD 21663.Read more!
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!
One of the highlights of the Christmas in St. Michaels weekend is the Tour of Homes. In one of the longest running home tours in Maryland, both historic homes in the village and some very special countryside homes are featured.Read more!
With the holiday season ramping up, Easton Downtown is excited to announce the dates for some of Easton’s upcoming festivities and events.
December 2nd will see the return of Easton’s Moonlight Madness shopping event. Downtown shops and restaurants will be open until 9pm to serve the public. There will also be live caroling provided by the Allegro Academy. First performance will be at 6pm in Thompson Park and starting at 7pm, the carolers will divide up into small groups and roam downtown to spread holiday cheer all over downtown. The perfect way to kickoff holiday shopping.
The Talbot Interfaith Shelter’s Home for the Holidays will start Friday, December 3rd from 5pm to 8pm. This free event will include holiday crafts, live music, visits from Santa, carriage rides, luminaries, and impressive light displays. It will continue every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in December until the 19th.
Please come visit us to begin your holiday season and catch the magic of the Christmas Spirit at the Tilghman Watermen’s Museum, 6031 Tilghman Island Rd., Tilghman.Read more!
As part of the annual Christmas in St. Michaels festivities, the Chesapeake Independent Blues and the Fort McHenry Guard will return to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum this December to re-create the early 19th century tradition of firing guns to celebrate the Christmas season. The event is free for CBMM members or with general museum admission.Read more!
November marked the official start of the Talbot Young Professionals’ annual Toys for Tots toy drive initiative and Amy Kreiner, President and CEO of the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce has big hopes for the program again this year.Read more!
November is National Indigenous/Native American Month. Justamere Trading Post, a unique Native American store located at 7 North Harrison Street in historic downtown Easton, Maryland; is owned by JoAnn Brown, of Native American Seneca heritage. She has been an herbalist for over 50 years, beginning with her learning of herbs on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. She blends her own herbal teas for various health issues and for enjoyment. She also has 33 years of experience participating in the Native American Pow-Wow Trail from Florida to Maine to the Mississippi River. She has sold genuine Native American jewelry for over 35 years, and has kept her contacts for obtaining and selling authentic Native American Southwestern jewelry and Native American artifacts. She has had over 25 years of experience owning and operating a Native American store.Read more!