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           Below are links that will show you what is happening in and around Easton,

         (and what you've missed in the past!)

               September 2016   October 2016   November 2016   December 2016

September 2016

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Oct 10 - Nov 18; 2nd Floor Gallery closed Oct 10 - 15th & Nov 27 - Dec 2nd. Back Galleries closed Oct. 10 - 22nd; Nov 28 - Dec 9th. Hours are Monday & Friday 10 AM - 4 PM;  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM; Saturday and Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Adkins Arboretum Thursday Dog Walks - 10 - 11 AM. Join Arboretum staff and/or volunteers for a stroll along the best paths for exploring with your furry friend. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary's Square - Permanent Collection consists of 3 restored local buildings from the 19th Century displaying period artifacts. Open May through October Fri 1 -4 PM; Sat 10  AM - 4 PM & Sun 1 - 4 PM. Admission charge $3 Adults & $1 Youth. Walking Tours Available $10 Adults & $5 Youth. St. Michaels Museum, St. Mary's Square, St. Michaels. 410-745-0561.

Bingo Every Friday Night - Doors open at 6:30 PM; games start at 7:30 PM. Food provided by the Easton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. Easton Volunteer Fire Department, Creamery Lane, 315 Aurora Street, Easton. 410-822-4848.

First Saturday of the Month Ballroom & Latin Dance Party Sponsored by USA Dance Easton, Chapter 6099 - 7:15 - 8 PM Early Bird Dance lesson; 8 - 10 PM Monthly Ballroom & Latin Dance Party with music by DJ. Beginners and singles are welcomed and encouraged to come. The venue is smoke and alcohol free; dress is casual, no spike heels are permitted. YMCA, 202 Peach Blossom Road, Easton. Admission $12/$10 USA Dance & YMCA members. 410-758-8266.

Dancing on the Shore - Tuesday & Thursday - 7 PM & 8 PM. Ballroom, Latin, Swing & Country Western Dance Group Classes. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-482-6169.

Easton's Farmers Market  - Every Saturday  8 AM - 1 PM beginning April 16th - December. Live music 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Harrison Street Parking Lot, Easton.
 
St. Michaels FreshFarm Market  - Every Saturday 8:30- 11:30 AM beginning April 16th - October 8th. Fremont Street., St. Michaels.
 
Talbot Cinema Society movies are shown on the 1st Sunday of each month,  3:30 PM. Except in Sept. (11); Jan (8); & Feb (12), to avoid conflicts with holidays and Super Bowl Sunday. Movies are preceded with introductions. More information on each film is available at the Internet Movie Database, (imdb.com). Easton Premier Cinemas, Tred Avon Plaza, Marlboro Road, Easton. Season admission $45 per person.
 
Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester welcomes you to sail, (May through October), on the beautiful Choptank River from historic Cambridge for a two-hour Saturday Sails, (1 - 3 PM), departing from Long Wharf at the end of High Street. Admission $30 Adults/$10 children 6 - 12 years of age. Reserve online www.skipjack-nathan.org 410-228-7141 E-mail: info@skipjack-nathan.org
 
Sep 1 - 30: Street Scenes by Louis Escobedo Exhibition - 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. Gallery will closed September 15 - 17. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.
 
Sep 1: The Brother Brothers - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $20. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 2:  Chesapeake Ghost Walks Easton  - 7:30 PM. 1.5 mile walk winds through the Historic District and gives a good history of the Town as well as a little about the mystery that exists here. An excellent way to explore the town! Tour begins in front of the Tidewater Inn, Easton. Advance reservation required, tickets available on line. Admission charge $15/children 8 to 12 years of age $9. 443-735-0771.
 
Sep 2: "Boadacious Blossoms: The Beauty of the Bloom" Opening Reception - 5 - 8 PM. Featured florals by selected artist. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.
 
Sep 2 - Oct 4: "Boadacious Blossoms: The Beauty of the Bloom" - Featured florals by selected artist. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.
 
Sep 2: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival The Magic of Gershwin with Ted Rosenthal and Chuck Reed - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake . Admission Charge. 410-819-0380.
 
Sep 3: First Saturday Walks - 10 AM. Join a docent naturalist to discover the Arboretum's rich and unique native plant habitats. Explore mature and young native forests, meadows, a wetland, rain and pollinator gardens. The Native Plant Nursery, and the children's teaching garden. Tours begin at the Visitor's Center and last approximately one hour. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 3: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival United States Army Jazz Ambassadors -  10 AM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake. Admission Charge. 410-819-0380.
 
Sep 3: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival Brunch at the Tidewater Inn  - 11:45-1:30 PM. Tidewater Inn, 101 E. Dover Street, Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake. Advanced Reservation Required 410-822-1300.
 
Sep 3: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival The Musical Universe of Dominick Farinacci -  2 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake. Admission Charge. 410-819-0380.
 
Sep 3: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival The Full Monty! -  8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake. Admission Charge. 410-819-0380.
 
Sep 3: 19th Annual Charity Boat Auction - Gates Open 8 AM; Tag Sale 9 AM; BBQ 10 AM; Beer 10:30 AM; Auction 11 AM. More than 90 boats - ranging in size and performance from sailing dinghies to cabin cruisers will be auctioned off. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Admission charge.
 
Sep 3 & 4: St. Michaels Art League's Annual "Under The Tent" Art Show & Sale - Sept. 3rd 10 AM - 5 PM & Sept. 4th 12:30 PM - 5 PM. Demonstrations, (including pottery throwing),  featuring various mediums by art league members: Acrylics; Ceramics; Colored Pencils on Mylar; Oils: Pastels, and Watercolors. St. Luke's United Methodist Church, (under Tent), 304 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Free admission. Open to Public. 410-310-8382 or 410-745-2329. CANCELLED
 
Sep 4: 6th Monty Alexander Jazz Festival The Spirit of Cyrus Chestnut - 2 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Jazz on the Chesapeake. Admission Charge. 410-819-0380.
 
Sep 9: Night Out At The Nursery - 4 - 7 PM. Join us on a sunlit late-summer evening to shop for plants and socialize while listening to live music and noshing on light refreshments. Cash Wine and beer bar. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 9: A Presentation on Native Plants for Cleaner Water and Happy Pollinators - 10-11 AM. Pre-registration is suggested, but walk-ins are welcomed. Environmental Concern, 201 Boundary Lane, St. Michaels. 
 
Sep 9 & 10: Native Plant Sale - Fri. 9 AM - 2 PM & Sat. 9 AM - 4 PM. Environmental Concern, 201 Boundary Lane, St. Michaels. 
 
Sep 10: Family Festival - 9 AM 4 PM. Food trucks, exhibitors, music, kayak demonstrations and much more. Environmental Concern, 201 Boundary Lane, St. Michaels. 
 
Sep 10: Presentation of the Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly -10-11 AM. Pre-registration is suggested, but walk-ins are welcomed. Environmental Concern, 201 Boundary Lane, St. Michaels. 
 
Sep 10: Native Plant Nursery Open House - 10 AM - 4 PM. Welcome fall with a day at the Native Plant Nursery! A great selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses, and more will be available for fall planting. Following the open house, the Nursery will remain open Thurs - Sat through October. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 10: Bird Migration Walks - Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission charge. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 10: St. Luke's Craft Show & Book Sale - 9 AM - 3 PM. "on the lawn" at St. Luke's Church, 304 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels
 
Sep 10: Comedian Krish Mohan  - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $20. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 10: Second Saturday "Art Night Out" - St. Michaels art galleries are alive with special events for their launch of their monthly Second Saturday. Take a walking tour of our six fine art galleries on Talbot Street. Turn and afternoon into a "night out" with dinner at a local restaurant, shopping, and free Shakespeare in the Park.
 
Sep 10: Shakespeare in the Park! 7:30 - 9:30 PM. Directed by Kyler Taustin. Brown Box Theater's theatrical feast that defies genre lines "Cymbeline." Open and free to the public. Muskrat Park on the Harbor, 207 Willow Green Street, St. Michaels. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy theatre on the St. Michaels Waterfront. Rain location St. Michaels Middle/High School Auditorium. Free admission.
 
Sep 10:  Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery & the Iron Club of Maryland Host The Vineyard Dash 5k - 10 AM. Scenic trail-run through the vineyards. Immediately following the race is the 7th Annual Harvest Festival featuring agricultural arts and crafts, grape stomping, live music and much more. Wine available for tasting and purchase. Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery, 4225 New Bridge Road, Vienna, MD 21869. Register online for the 5k. e-mail: info@laytonschance.com
 
Sep 10: Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery 7th Annual Harvest Festival - 11 AM. Day long celebration of the end of our Harvest season! Plenty to do for adults and kids a like. Food and craft vendors, hayrides, agricultural demonstrations, grape stomping, moon bounce, fishing derby, and so much more! Live concert with Barren Creek playing all favorite oldies and classic rock favorites from 3 - 6 PM. Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery, 4225 New Bridge Road, Vienna, MD 21869. E-mail: info@laytonschance.com Advance tickets sale $7 for 21+ years of age/$10 at door for 21+ years of age; Gold Leaf Members and under 21 years of age Free.
 
Sep 10: Members' Nursery Fall Open House - One perk of Arboretum membership is advance access to the Nursery's wide and varied selection of plants. Join fellow members, (or join that day).  Significant discount on plants for members. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 10: Comedian Krish Mohan  - Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Admission Charge. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 10 & 11: 49th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival "Savor the Bay" - Sat 10 AM - 9 PM; Sun 10 AM - 7 PM. A variety of delicious seafood, exciting demonstrations and competitions, toe tapping musical entertainment, kids activities, loads of shopping options, vendors, exhibits, contests and more. Enjoy the extensive variety of activities, the good food and drink, and a relaxing great time on the beautiful shore of the Chesapeake Bay! Sandy Point State Park, Route 50, West Side of Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Annapolis. Admission Charge, children 12 years and younger free. Tickets available online.
 
Sep 10: Bird Migration Walk - 8 - 10 AM.  Join Wayne Bell on a guided bird walk through the Arboretum's forest and meadows. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 11: Tin Men Presented by the Talbot Cinema Society- 3:30 PM. Meeting and introduction by Tom Hughes. Easton Premier Cinemas, Tred Avon Plaza, Marlboro Road, Easton. Admission is free for this showing. Season admission $45 per person.
 
Sep 11: Jonathan Edwards - 7 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $35. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 16: Robbie Schaefer - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $30. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 17: Soup n'Walks Sunny Meadows - 11 AM - 1:30 PM. Join a guided walk with a docent naturalist followed by a delicious and nutritious lunch and a brief talk about nutrition. Catch a glimpse of golden brown grasses, yellow and purple flowers, and bluebirds and dragonflies. Plants of interest include milkweed, black-eyed Susan, goldenrod, Indiangrass, big bluestem, and sumac berries. Copies of recipes are provided. All Gift shop purchases are 20% off on Soup n'Walk days. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission for members $20/$25 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 17: Motown & More - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 17: Children's Art Day - 9 AM - Noon. A St. Michaels Art League fun event is FREE for all children wanting to try painting under the coaching and guidance of League member artists. All materials and supplies are provided for the children to create their own art work, including acrylic paints, brushes, panels and easels. Bring a smock! "on the lawn" at St. Luke's Church, 304 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels.
 
Sep 17: Tri Tilghman - Pre-registration. 5K run, 10-mile bicycle course, and a 3-mile kayak course. Participants need to arrive with kayaks and bicycles in place by 7:30 AM. Pre-race meeting at 7:45 AM at the starting line. Registration fee $20 per segment; $50 for full event. Sponsored by Phillips Wharf Environmental Center, 6129 Tilghman Island Road, Tilghman. E-mail: phillipswharfec@gmail.com
 
Sep 17: Bull & Oyster Roast - 11 AM - 2 PM. We're partnering with our friends from Hoopers Island Oyster Aquaculture who will be providing several types of oysters. Emily's Own Black Angus Beef will be featured. Emily's Produce Market, 2206 Church Creek Road, Cambridge. Free 443-521-0789.
 
Sep 22: Talbot Mentors Presents the Second City - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge $30. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 23: Colors of Fall - A Wine and Beer Pairing  - 6 - 7:30 PM. We're partnering with Hair Of The Dog for a "Colors of Fall" Event. There will be 4 tasting courses of great fall flavors prepared by Emily's Produce. You'll be able to try both a wine and a beer with each course. Menu TBA. Emily's Produce Market, 2206 Church Creek Road, Cambridge. Limited Seating, advanced ticket purchase recommended. Admission $30. 443-521-0789.
 
Sep 23: Hannah Gill and The Hours - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.
 
Sep 24: Frederick Douglass Day 2016 - 10 AM - 4 PM. Annual dedication to Talbot County's most famous native son. Activities include a street parade, with a variety of local marching bands, a welcome ceremony on the Court House lawn, a children's village, entertainment stage, guest speakers and a guided walking tour of "The Hill". Event sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Honor Society; The Town of Easton, and the Talbot Country Free Library. Admission Free. 
 
Sep 24: Smithsonian Museum Day - Enjoy free admission, a guided walk with docent Margan Glover, music by Nevin Dawson at 2 PM., and shopping at the Native Plant Nursery for the region's largest selection of ornamental natives for fall planting. Hands-on children's activities will be available throughout the day. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission Free. 410-634-2847.
 
Sep 24: Crabtoberfest - 4 - 10 PM. The event will feature German and American food, and beer, music, folk dancing, children's activities and a car show. Local restaurants will serve bratwurst, sauerbraten, potato salad and desserts, as well as Eastern Shore favorites like steamed crabs, fried crab dishes and oyster. German, American, and craft beers al will be on tap. Frank Nanna and the WW Hunes of Salisbury will perform German festmusik and the Enzian Vokstanzgruppe of Delaware will perform the traditional schuhplattler and other dances. Best Dressed at the Fest, a competition that wards those wearing Oktoberfest attire, also will be held, and a
Kinder Garten will fames, crafts and face painting for children. The Eastern Shore Corvette Club, also known as the :Shorevettes," will have classic cars at the venue for enthusiasts. Outdoor venue on Race and Gay Streets, Cambridge. Admission is $5 with special package pricing for entry, beer and a commemorative mug. Rain location 447 Race Street, Cambridge. 410-310-6009.
 
Sep 25: 10th St. Michaels Consours d'Elegance - 10 AM - 4 PM. A day of casual elegance, Senior Award winning Automobiles, food, refreshment, and celebration. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot Street, Foggs Cove Landing adjacent to the Inn at Perry Cabin. Our new Entrants Lounge will be open throughout the day for Automobile Entrants, and VIP ticket holders. Admission charge. Advance registration.
 
Sep 29: Concrete Casting - 10 AM - Noon. Create a succulent planter and/or stepping stones with leaf impressions or embedded trinkets with casting team Sandy and Dick Bemis and Chris Eckert. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Fee charge $45 members/$55 non-members  410-634-2847.
 
Sep 29: Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra Season Premiere - "Of Tragedy, Love, and Victory" - 7:30 PM. Featuring Felix Hell, organ, the program includes: Wagner's Tannhauser Overture, Guilmant's Symphony No. 1, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4. Conducted by Julien Benichou. Easton Church of God, 1009 N. Washington Street, Easton. Admission charge $38. 888-846-8600.
 
Sep 30: Re-Creation of the Cocktail Reception Honoring The Duke & Duchess of Windsor's 1959 Visit to Wye House - 5 - 8 PM. Wye House, the 17th Century Estate of the Lloyd Family of Talbot County. Benefit the Talbot Historical Society. Cocktails & Hors d'oeuvres. Garden Party Attire. Advanced reservation required by Sept. 23rd. Admission charge $150 per person. 410-822-0773.
 
Sep 30: Book Sale & Gently Used Costume Jewelry Sale - 10 AM - 5 PM. Sponsored by the American Association of University Women, to support the Education Foundation of the Association. Christ Episcopal Church Parish House, Harrison & South Streets, Easton. 410-819-3653 or 410-476-5961.
 
Sep 30: 21st Annual Wine Fest "Wine on the Beach" - Featuring wineries from the East Coast of the United States. Micro-Brewed Beers, Delmarva Cuisine, Quality Arts and Crafts, and Local & Regional Live Music will be focal points of this year's event. Ocean City, MD.  Admission charge.

October 2016

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Oct 10 - Nov 18; 2nd Floor Gallery closed Oct 10 - 15th & Nov 27 - Dec 2nd. Back Galleries closed Oct. 10 - 22nd; Nov 28 - Dec 9th. Hours are Monday & Friday 10 AM - 4 PM;  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM; Saturday and Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Adkins Arboretum Thursday Dog Walks - 10 - 11 AM. Join Arboretum staff and/or volunteers for a stroll along the best paths for exploring with your furry friend. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary's Square - Permanent Collection consists of 3 restored local buildings from the 19th Century displaying period artifacts. Open May through October Fri 1 -4 PM; Sat 10  AM - 4 PM & Sun 1 - 4 PM. Admission charge $3 Adults & $1 Youth. Walking Tours Available $10 Adults & $5 Youth. St. Michaels Museum, St. Mary's Square, St. Michaels. 410-745-0561.

Bingo Every Friday Night - Doors open at 6:30 PM; games start at 7:30 PM. Food provided by the Easton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. Easton Volunteer Fire Department, Creamery Lane, 315 Aurora Street, Easton. 410-822-4848.

First Saturday of the Month Ballroom & Latin Dance Party Sponsored by USA Dance Easton, Chapter 6099 - 7:15 - 8 PM Early Bird Dance lesson; 8 - 10 PM Monthly Ballroom & Latin Dance Party with music by DJ. Beginners and singles are welcomed and encouraged to come. The venue is smoke and alcohol free; dress is casual, no spike heels are permitted. YMCA, 202 Peach Blossom Road, Easton. Admission $12/$10 USA Dance & YMCA members. 410-758-8266.

Dancing on the Shore - Tuesday & Thursday - 7 PM & 8 PM. Ballroom, Latin, Swing & Country Western Dance Group Classes. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-482-6169.

Easton's Farmers Market  - Every Saturday  8 AM - 1 PM beginning April 16th - December. Live music 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Harrison Street Parking Lot, Easton.
 
St. Michaels FreshFarm Market  - Every Saturday 8:30- 11:30 AM beginning April 16th - October 8th. Fremont Street., St. Michaels.
 
Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester welcomes you to sail, (May through October), on the beautiful Choptank River from historic Cambridge for a two-hour Saturday Sails, (1 - 3 PM), departing from Long Wharf at the end of High Street. Admission $30 Adults/$10 children 6 - 12 years of age. Reserve online www.skipjack-nathan.org 410-228-7141 E-mail: info@skipjack-nathan.org
 
Oct 1: Book Sale & Gently Used Costume Jewelry Sale - 10 AM - 3 PM. Sponsored by the American Association of University Women, to support the Education Foundation of the Association. Christ Episcopal Church Parish House, Harrison & South Streets, Easton. 410-819-3653 or 410-476-5961.
 
Oct 1: First Saturday Walks - 10 AM. Join a docent naturalist to discover the Arboretum's rich and unique native plant habitats. Explore mature and young native forests, meadows, a wetland, rain and pollinator gardens. The Native Plant Nursery, and the children's teaching garden. Tours begin at the Visitor's Center and last approximately one hour. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Oct 1: 46th Annual Chestertown Historic House Tour - 1 - 5 PM. The Historical Society of Kent County opens a dozen private homes for ticket holders, ranging from exquisitely preserved and decorated mansions, to contemporary living spaces in historic properties. Advance ticket purchase $25/$30 the day of the event. 410-778-3499. E-mail: admin@kentcountyhistory.org  Tickets may be picked up the day of tour at Bordley History Center, 301 High Street, Chestertown, MD.
 
Oct 1: Sue Matthew and Robert Redd -  8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.
 
Oct 1 & 2: 34th Annual Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival and the 12th Maritime Model Expo - 10 AM - 5 PM. One of the nation's largest gatherings of small boat enthusiasts and unique watercraft. Hundreds of amateur and professional boat builders, model boat builders, and enthusiasts come from all over the region to display their one-of-a-kind kayaks, canoes, and other traditional small craft, along with a variety of maritime models also on display and underway in a man-made pond. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Free for members. Admission charge for non-members $15/Senior $12/children 6 to 17 years of age $6, children 5 years and under Free. 410-745-2916
 
Oct 1 - 4: "Boadacious Blossoms: The Beauty of the Bloom" - Featured florals by selected artist. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.
 
Oct 2: The Frederick Shorale and Shore Shakespeare Theatre - 4 PM. A special collaborative performance of the songs, scenes, and sonnets of William Shakespeare. Christ Church of Easton, 111 S. Harrison Street, Easton. Freewill offerings; suggested donation $15/children & students free. 410-822-2677. 
 
Oct 2: Fall Color, Fruits, Buds, & Bark - 1 - 2:30 PM. Learn how to identify trees an shrubs by their fall fruits, bard, or buds on a stroll through the Arboretum forest with master naturalist Margan Glover. All ages are welcome. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Oct 3 - 31: St. Michaels Art League "Just Desserts" - Mon & Thurs 9 AM - 8 PM; Tues & Wed 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri & Sat 9 AM - 5 PM. Exhibit is open to the public and will feature works of art by the members of St. Michaels Art League created for the theme of desserts! Art work will be available for purchase. Talbot County Library, St. Michaels Branch, 106 Fremont St., St. Michaels. Show will be judged by nationally known artist, Nancy Tankersley.
 
Oct 4: Duke Farms Tour - Located on 2,740 acres in Hillsborough, New Jersey, Duke Farms is one of the largest privately owned parcels of undeveloped land in the state. Through the beauty of its natural setting and the scope of its education programming and research, Duke Farms inspires visitors to become informed steward of the land. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission charge & details of tour TBA. 410-634-2847.
 
Oct 6: Lucy Woodward (Two Shows) - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.
 
Oct 7: Marine Scenes by Louis Escobedo Opening Reception - 5 - 8 PM. 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.

Oct 7: Matt Zoll Nationally Acclaimed Still Life Artist Opening Reception -  5 - 8 PM. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.

Oct 7 - Nov 4: ARTobers A Celebration of the Arts on the Eastern Shore - Classes, Lectures, Workshops & Demonstrations in the Visual & Performing Arts. Month-long celebration will feature such topics as book arts, needle felting, Zentangle, storytelling, and even yoga for creativity lessons and Flamenco performance and dance lessons. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

 
Oct 7 - Nov 8: Matt Zoll Nationally Acclaimed Still Life Artist Opening Reception -  5 - 8 PM. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.

Oct 7 - Nov 25: Marine Scenes by Louis Escobedo - 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.

Oct 8: Easton Beer Fest - Noon - 4 PM. Featuring four beer distributors representing 30 Craft Brewers with 59 beers from the Mid-Atlantic Region, Food, Music by Blackwater & a raffle for two Yeti Coolers. Easton Volunteer Fire Department, 315 Aurora Park Drive, Easton. Benefit the EVFD. Advanced Admission $35/$40 at door. Must be at least 21 years of age to enter. Tickets include Tasting Glass & all you can drink beer. Tickets available online missiontix.com  410-822-4848.

Oct 8 & 9: St. Michaels Art League's Annual "Under The Tent" Art Show & Sale - Oct 8th 10 AM - 5 PM & Oct 9th 12:30 PM - 5 PM. Over 30 league artists will be displaying their original work. Framed designs for the "Celebrate St. Michaels" banners that hang on Talbot Street each year will be for sale, as well as, previous years' street banners. Demonstrations, (including pottery throwing),  featuring various mediums by art league members: Acrylics; Ceramics; Colored Pencils on Mylar; Oils: Pastels, and Watercolors. St. Luke's United Methodist Church, (under Tent), 304 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Free admission. Open to Public. 410-310-8382 or 410-745-2329.

Oct 9: "For the Love of Music Concert Series" SparkInDaPan - 4 PM. An Easton-based steel drum band dedicated to spreading the sounds of the island throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Grace Lutheran Church, 111 Brookletts Avenue, Easton. Admission free will offering. 410-822-2904.

Oct 9: Annual Members' Exhibition - Annual exhibition - an exception tradition which represents the best of the region's artists and offers an opportunity to view the creative talents of colleagues and friends. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Oct 11: Garden Club of America Flower Show "Paint It Autumn" - 1 - 5 PM. Join the Talbot Country Garden Club as they welcome in the cooler weather with "Paint it Autumn" - a Garden Club of America Flower Show emphasizing fall flowers and foliage. Entries from over 30 classes across 4 Divisions: Floral Design, Horticulture, Photography and Education/Conservation. Judges from around the East Coast will present awards. Come enjoy the artistry of the floral arrangements, the seasonal color of the horticulture entries and the pure beauty of the photographic submissions. St. Marks United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall, Easton. Admission is FREE and open to the public. 410-763-9525.

Oct 14: Lecture: The National Gallery at 75 - 6 PM. Rusty Powell, Director National Gallery of Art, leads a fascinating discussion of the museum's first 75 years. Reception to follow lecture. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. Admission $75 per person. 410-822-2787.

Oct 15 - Nov 27: Tidewater Camera Club: "Flight" - Now in its 53rd year, the Club has long been a mainstay of the art community on the Eastern Shore. This is a biennial event for the Museum. The exhibition juror is Celia Pearson. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-482-6169.

Oct 15: Shemekia Copeland - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge $30. 410-822-7299.

Oct 15: Tilghman Island Day - 10 AM - 5 PM. Live music, fresh seafood, boat docking contest and races. Fun for the whole family! Tilghman Island.

 
Oct 15 & 16: Autumn Wine Festival - This two day wine festival offers samplings from over 20 Maryland wineries. Delicious food and live entertainment. Pemberton Historical Park, Salisbury, MD. Admission charge.
 
Oct 17: St. Michaels Art League Meeting Open to the Community - 9 AM - Noon. Join this wonderful group of artists and artisans as they share their original artwork, in process or recently completed, to be informally critiques by fellow members during the social time. Learn about the myriad exhibitions, classes, art experiences and events sponsored by the Art League for members, as well as, both adults and children in the community. Watch and listen to a demonstration by noted award-winning regional artist, Rita Curtis, as she shows how to place the figure in a landscape oil painting. Explore the various ways to become involved by visiting each of the committee tables. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton.
 
Oct 19: St. Michaels Art League Presents Introduction to Zentangle Art with Susan Green - 10 AM - 2 PM. An easy to learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images using repetitive patterns from nature. Patters are broken down into step-by-step lines, dashes, curves, and orbs. There are no right or wrong strokes. You do not have to be an artist. Introductory class sets the groundwork for your Zentangle art. Using the basic Zentangle kit instruments of Micron pens, a pencil, and a paper tiles, you will learn a variety to tangles. You will create several pieces of original Zentangle tile art. Choptank Electric Cooperative, 1118 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Registration deadline October 10th.  Fee: $55 members of St. Michaels Art League/$70 for non-members. 410-822-2037.
 
Oct 20: The Capitol Steps - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Admission Charge $40. 410-822-7299.
 
Oct 20-22: Women's One-Act Play Festival Presented by The Peake Players - Featuring plays by Lucille Fletcher, Deborah Pryor, and Milcha Sanchez-Scott. Chesapeake College, Todd Performing Arts Center, Wye Mills. Admission charge $10/$5 student. 410-827-5867.
 
Oct 21: An Evening of Flamenco - An ARTober Event  - 5:30 PM Cocktails; performance at 6 PM. Featuring Anna Menendez, Edwin Aparicio & Ricardo Marlow. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. Admission $60/$50 AA members. 410-822-2787.
 
Oct 21 & 22: Chesapeake Children's Theatre Present "Singin' in the Rain Jr." - 7 PM. This Musical of All Time has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline - the starlet, the leading man, and a love affair that could change lives and make or break careers! A guaranteed good time for performers and audience members alike. Integrace/Bayleigh Chase Auditorium, 501 Dutchmans Lane, Easton. Admission charge $15/$12 Senior & children under 12 years of age.
 
Oct 21 & 22: "The Addams Family - the Musical" - 7 PM. Although "creepy" and "kooky", the Addams Family still deals with many of the same challenges faced by any other family, and now face the spookiest of all: the Addams kids are growing up! Easton High School Theatre Dept., EHS Auditorium, Mecklenburg Ave., Easton. Admission $10/$5 student.
 
Oct 21 & 22: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 8 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.
 
Oct 22: Livingston Taylor - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Admission Charge $30. 410-822-7299.
 
Oct 22: Adkins Arboretum Fairy Festival - 11 AM - 3 PM.  Bring your wings for a day of magic. Follow a trail of artisan fairy houses along enchanted forest paths, hunt for dragon tracks leading to a golden treasure trove, and join in a meadow maypole dance. Natural materials will be on hand for crafting wands, faerie houses, gnome homes, and toadstools. Live entertainment will take place throughout the day in our woodland theatre. Shimmering fairy face painting, bubbles, archery practice, and magical games are part of the fun. Inspired refreshments will be available for an additional fee. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission charge $5 per person (2 and under free). 410-634-2847.
 
Oct 23: Chesapeake Children's Theatre Present "Singin' in the Rain Jr." - 2 PM. This Musical of All Time has all the makings of a Tinseltown tabloid headline - the starlet, the leading man, and a love affair that could change lives and make or break careers! A guaranteed good time for performers and audience members alike. Integrace/Bayleigh Chase Auditorium, 501 Dutchmans Lane, Easton. Admission charge $15/$12 Senior & children under 12 years of age.
 
Oct 23: "The Addams Family - the Musical" - 2 PM. Although "creepy" and "kooky", the Addams Family still deals with many of the same challenges faced by any other family, and now face the spookiest of all: the Addams kids are growing up! Easton High School Theatre Dept., EHS Auditorium, Mecklenburg Ave., Easton. Admission $10/$5 student.
 
Oct 23: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 2 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.
 
Oct 25: "Shade Revealed: How to Garden Successfully in Low Light (Really!) - 1 PM. Shade plants are not created equally! Since the early 1990's, Amy Ziffer has been experimenting to find the best shade adapted plants. This program illustrates through the use of beautiful photography, what makes some shade plants better performers than other. She also presents a clear approach to designing your shade garden for the best chance for long-term success. Easton Library, West & Dover Streets, Easton. Free admission and open to the public. 410-226-5184.
 
Oct 27 & 28: Women's One-Act Play Festival Presented by The Peake Players - Featuring plays by Lucille Fletcher, Deborah Pryor, and Milcha Sanchez-Scott. Chesapeake College, Todd Performing Arts Center, Wye Mills. Admission charge $10/$5 student. 410-827-5867.
 
Oct 27 - 30: Chesapeake Film Festival - Featuring an interesting and diverse selection of films. An exclusive opening night party, panel discussions and the screenings of award-winning films. The savvy programmers of the festival gather the best-of-the-best independent and foreign films, many of which have subsequently been nominated for Oscars. Various venues in Easton. Admission charge. 410-822-3500.
 
Oct 27: Liz Longley Band - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.

Oct 28: Renowned Organist & Recording Artist Tedde Gibson - 7 PM. A unique opportunity to see one of the most innovative, improvisational organists and recording artists today. Gibson will play an eclectic concert of jazz, gospel, silent movie , and traditional church music on the Vissler Roland Tracker pipe organ. Holy Trinity Church in Oxford, Oxford. Seating is limited, arrive early! Free admission with a free will offering for local charities after the performance. 301-502-2667.

Oct 28: Brooks Williams - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $20. 410-822-7299.

Oct 28 & 29: "The Addams Family - the Musical" - 7 PM. Although "creepy" and "kooky", the Addams Family still deals with many of the same challenges faced by any other family, and now face the spookiest of all: the Addams kids are growing up! Easton High School Theatre Dept., EHS Auditorium, Mecklenburg Ave., Easton. Admission $10/$5 student.

Oct 28 & 29: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 8 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.

 
Oct 29 Soup n'Walks Dazzling Fall Color - 11 AM - 1:30 PM. Join a guided walk with a docent naturalist followed by a delicious and nutritious lunch and a brief talk about nutrition. Search for fall colors that dazzle the eyes and stimulate the appetite. Listen for migrating birds and woodpeckers while looking for red and orange sweet gum leaves, sassafras, tupelo, sumac, dogwood, yellow paw paw, hickory, beech, and tulip tree. Copies of recipes are provided. All Gift shop purchases are 20% off on Soup n'Walk days. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission for members $20/$25 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Oct 29: OysterFest - 10 AM - 4 PM. Celebration of the Chesapeake's favorite bivalve features live music on two stages, and oyster stew competition, boat rides, retriever demonstrations, oysters and other local fare, and cooking demonstrations, along with children's activities, oystering demonstration, harvesting display, and more. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Member $5, non member admission charge adult $18/senior & student $15, children 6 years to 17 years $6, children 5 years and under Free. 410-745-2916.
 
Oct 29: Honorary Trustee Reception - A lively reception and auction to recognize AAM's distinguished honorary trustees - Arnold Lehrman, Earl "Rusty" Powell III, Donald Saff and James Turrell. Trustees who have significantly impacted and continue to impact the national and international art scene today. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. Pre-registration online: www.artobereasternshore.com Admission $65 per person. 410-822-2787.
 
Oct 29 - Nov. 5: The Myth Makers in Maryland: The Mighty Merganser - Artists Donna Dodson & Any Moerlein, (aka the Myth Makers), will build one of their iconic sapling sculptures on the grounds beginning Oct. 29th. The 16 foot high bird sculpture, made from natural materials with the help of volunteers, will be based on the Hooded Merganser. Although monumental in scale, the ephemeral works of the Myth Makers are temporary in nature, meaning to last 3 - 5 years. Curator-Led Tours: Thurs., Dec 8 & Tues, Jan 24 at Noon. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.
 
Oct 30: "The Addams Family - the Musical" - 2 PM. Although "creepy" and "kooky", the Addams Family still deals with many of the same challenges faced by any other family, and now face the spookiest of all: the Addams kids are growing up! Easton High School Theatre Dept., EHS Auditorium, Mecklenburg Ave., Easton. Admission $10/$5 student.
 
Oct 30: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 2 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.
 
Oct 30: Chesapeake Music Presents The David Trio - 3 PM. David Trio from Italy is embarking on an American tour. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival. Limited Seating. Admission Charge $30. 410-819-0380.
 
Oct 30: Silent Movie: "Phantom of the Opera" (1925) - 4 PM. State of the art Rodgers 4-manual organ, Michael Britt returns to accompany this 1925 silent film classic. Christ Church of Easton, 111 S. Harrison Street, Easton. Freewill offerings; suggested donation $15/children & students free. 410-822-2677. 
 

November 2016

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Oct 10 - Nov 18; 2nd Floor Gallery closed Oct 10 - 15th & Nov 27 - Dec 2nd. Back Galleries closed Oct. 10 - 22nd; Nov 28 - Dec 9th. Hours are Monday & Friday 10 AM - 4 PM;  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM; Saturday and Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Adkins Arboretum Thursday Dog Walks - 10 - 11 AM. Join Arboretum staff and/or volunteers for a stroll along the best paths for exploring with your furry friend. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary's Square - Permanent Collection consists of 3 restored local buildings from the 19th Century displaying period artifacts. Open May through October Fri 1 -4 PM; Sat 10  AM - 4 PM & Sun 1 - 4 PM. Admission charge $3 Adults & $1 Youth. Walking Tours Available $10 Adults & $5 Youth. St. Michaels Museum, St. Mary's Square, St. Michaels. 410-745-0561.

Bingo Every Friday Night - Doors open at 6:30 PM; games start at 7:30 PM. Food provided by the Easton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. Easton Volunteer Fire Department, Creamery Lane, 315 Aurora Street, Easton. 410-822-4848.

First Saturday of the Month Ballroom & Latin Dance Party Sponsored by USA Dance Easton, Chapter 6099 - 7:15 - 8 PM Early Bird Dance lesson; 8 - 10 PM Monthly Ballroom & Latin Dance Party with music by DJ. Beginners and singles are welcomed and encouraged to come. The venue is smoke and alcohol free; dress is casual, no spike heels are permitted. YMCA, 202 Peach Blossom Road, Easton. Admission $12/$10 USA Dance & YMCA members. 410-758-8266.

Dancing on the Shore - Tuesday & Thursday - 7 PM & 8 PM. Ballroom, Latin, Swing & Country Western Dance Group Classes. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-482-6169.

Easton's Farmers Market  - Every Saturday  8 AM - 1 PM beginning April 16th - December. Live music 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Harrison Street Parking Lot, Easton.

Nov 1 - 25: Marine Scenes by Louis Escobedo - 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.

Nov 2 & 3: St. Michaels Art League Presents Introduction to Watercolor with Sandy Alanko - Wed 9:30 AM - Noon & Thurs 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. If you have never painted with watercolors before, this workshop is for you. Students will learn how to apply and control the watercolor medium through practice exercises and creating several small paintings. Techniques include how to make a graduated wash, how to preserve whites, how to lift paint and correct mistakes. The second day will include additional free time for students to create paintings and receive personal one-on-one help with the instructor. Leave with your own watercolor set, several small paintings, and the confidence to keep going with the medium. Choptank Electric Cooperative, 1118 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels. Registration deadline October 10th.  Fee: $65 members of St. Michaels Art League/$85 for non-members. 410-822-2037.

Nov 4: Easton Choral Arts Society "Simply A Capella" - 7:30 PM. A thrilling concert season with a wide span of choral works from a rich array of music ranging from Medieval thru 21st century composers. Directed by Wes Lockfaw. Christ Church, 111 S. Harrison Street, Easton. Admission charge $25 in advance/$30 Door/Student free. 410-200-0498.

Nov 4: Paintbrush Party Friend and FUNdraiser - 7 - 9 PM. Uncork your inner artist and support Adkins Arboretum! Delight in making your very own masterpiece while enjoying music, refreshments, and good company. Bring your friends for step-by-step instruction by a local artist to complete a painting to take home at the end of the night. No experience is necessary, and all supplies are provided. Queen Anne's County Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce Street, Centreville. Fee $45. 410-634-2847.

Nov 4 & 5: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 8 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.

Nov 5: First Saturday Walks - 10 AM. Join a docent naturalist to discover the Arboretum's rich and unique native plant habitats. Explore mature and young native forests, meadows, a wetland, rain and pollinator gardens. The Native Plant Nursery, and the children's teaching garden. Tours begin at the Visitor's Center and last approximately one hour. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

Nov 5: Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre "Til Death Do Us Part" - 6 PM. Trade clues with other guests and help the hapless couple figure out whodunit. With a raging Bridezilla and unenthused groom on the scene this union may be happily never after! Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner before the show. Chesapeake College, Todd Performing Arts Center, Wye Mills. Admission charge dinner & show $45. 410-827-5867.

 
Nov 6: Easton Choral Arts Society "Simply A Capella" - 4 PM. A thrilling concert season with a wide span of choral works from a rich array of music ranging from Medieval thru 21st century composers. Directed by Wes Lockfaw. Christ Church, 111 S. Harrison Street, Easton. Admission charge $25 in advance/$30 Door/Student free. 410-200-0498.
 
Nov 6: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller Presented by the Tred Avon Players - 2 PM. Powerful drama steeped in tragedy, betrayal and love. The play centers on the Kellers, a solidly middle-class American family living in a small town a few years after World War II. It follows the family through revelations about their past as they navigate the relationships among father and sons, and love and loss. Directed by Ed Langrell. Oxford Community Center, Oxford Road, Oxford. Admission charge $15/$5 student. 410-226-0061.

Nov 11 - 13: 46th Annual Waterfowl Festival  - On the second full weekend in November, approximately 18,000 people from around the country will flock to this three-day celebration of the arts to view and buy some of the best wildlife art in the world. 450 artists and artisans exhibit wildlife paintings, sculpture, carvings, decoys, photographs and crafts in 18 sites throughout the colonial town. Retriever, shooting and fly-fishing demonstrations, Goose and Duck Calling Contests, seminars, master classes, and a decoy auction are special events that take place throughout the weekend. More than $3.7 million from the show's proceeds has been donated to conservation projects. Free brochure - P.O. Box 929, Easton MD 21601-0929, Phone 410-822-4567 or Fax 410-820-9286. E-mail: facts@waterfowlfestival.org

Nov 12: Session Americana (Two Shows) -  7 & 9:30 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.

Nov 11 - Dec 31: Gala 19th Anniversary Group Show - New works by all of our artists. Gala Champagne Opening Reception on November 11th 5 - 8 PM. Troika Gallery, 9 S. Harrison Street, Easton. 410-770-9190.

Nov 13: Tuckahoe Multi-Use Trail Walk - 9 AM - Noon. Join Master Naturalist Mike Quinlan for a steady 5 - 6 mile walk to explore the new Tuckahoe State Park Trail. We'll follow the trail to the end, double back until we reach park headquarters, and then head west to pick up the Tuckahoe Creek Trail to the Arboretum. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

Nov 16: Robert Cray - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge $60. 410-822-7299.
 
Nov 17: "Bees, Butterflies and Other Pollinators" - 1:30 PM. Presentation by Robert Mardiney, the Director of Education at the Irvine Nature Center in Baltimore County. The program will explore the fascinating world of native pollinators, the ecosystems services they provide us, their role in the environment, the problems they are facing, as well as, how we can help. Easton Library, West & Dover Streets, Easton. Free admission and open to the public. 410-226-5184.
 
Nov 18: Thanksgiving Centerpiece Workshop - 10 AM - Noon. Create an autumn centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table under the guidance of floral designer and Arboretum docent Nancy Beatty. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission fee for members $35/$45  for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Nov 18: Steve Forbert - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor,  Easton. Admission Charge $30. 410-822-7299.
 
Nov 18 & 19: Chesapeake Children's Theatre Present "The Music Man KIDS." - 7 PM. Based on Meredith Willson's six-time'Tony-Award-winning musical comedy, featuring some of musical theatre's most iconic songs and a story filled with wit, warmth, and good old-fashioned romance. Integrace/Bayleigh Chase Auditorium, 501 Dutchmans Lane, Easton. Admission charge $12/$7 Senior & children under 12 years of age.
 
Nov 19: "Always, Patsy Cline" - 8 PM. Musical play, complete with down home country humor, true emotion and even some audience participation, includes many of Patsy's unforgettable hits. The show is based on a true story of Cline's friendship with a fan, and her letters - consistently signed "Love ALWAYS....Patsy". Chesapeake College, Todd Performing Arts Center, Wye Mills. Admission charge $25 orchestra/$45 mezzanine. 410-827-5867.
 
Nov 19 - Feb 26: Avian Inspirations: Donna Dodson & Any Moerlein, (the Myth Makers) - Moerlein, an internationally-exhibited sculptor, takes inspiration from events in the natural world that leave visual marks which strike a narrative chord in the artist. Dodson, an American sculptor, takes inspiration from the mysterious nature of animals that spark her imagination.  Curator-Led tours: Thurs., Dec. 8 & Tues., Jan. 24th at Noon. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.
 
Nov 19 - Feb 26: Jacob Kainen: Washington Colorist - Jacob Kainen, (1909-2001), was for several decades one of the most internationally respected of Washington artists. Exhibit features his painting and prints, reveals his gradual shift from figural to abstract forms. Kainen's early artistic development coincided with the maturation of American abstract paint. Curator-Led Tours: Thurs., Dec. 8 & Tues., Jan. 24th at Noon. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.
 
Nov 19: Soup n'Walks Nutritious Berries, Nuts, & Seeds - 11 AM - 1:30 PM. Join a guided walk with a docent naturalist followed by a delicious and nutritious lunch and a brief talk about nutrition. Search for seeds, nuts, and berries that nourish wildlife during winter. Plants of interest include dogwood, hibiscus, partridge berry, oak, loblolly pine, juniper, verbena, ironwood, and strawberry bush. Copies of recipes are provided. All Gift shop purchases are 20% off on Soup n'Walk days. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission for members $20/$25 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.
 
Nov 19: Garnet Rogers - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Stoltz Listening Room, 2nd Floor, Easton. Admission Charge $25. 410-822-7299.
 
Nov 19: That's Entertainment - A Variety Show Spectacular 3 - 8 PM. An annual fundraiser to benefit Hugh Gregory Gallagher Theatre, For All Seasons & Mental Heath Ass'n of Talbot County. Dancing, songs, FAS client monologues, MHA Puppets, comedy skits and jokes, and the premiere of the 2016 Carlton E. Spitzer Excellence in Writing Award winning play, "The Patron Saint" by Ken Jaworowski. Spectacular family fun! Admission charge $12/$5 student. 443-258-2130.
 
Nov 20: Chesapeake Children's Theatre Present "The Music Man KIDS." - 2 PM. Based on Meredith Willson's six-time'Tony-Award-winning musical comedy, featuring some of musical theatre's most iconic songs and a story filled with wit, warmth, and good old-fashioned romance. Integrace/Bayleigh Chase Auditorium, 501 Dutchmans Lane, Easton. Admission charge $12/$7 Senior & children under 12 years of age.
 
Nov 20: Beau Soir Ensemble - 4 PM. Beau Soir Ensemble is DC's premiere flute, viola, and harp trio dedicated to the performance of standard and contemporary repertoire spanning a variety of genres. A breathtaking experience you have to see and hear for yourself. Christ Church of Easton, 111 S. Harrison Street, Easton. Freewill offerings; suggested donation $15/children & students free. 410-822-2677. 
 
Nov 20: Dave Mason's Traffic Jam - 8 PM. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street,  Easton. Admission Charge $50. 410-822-7299.
 
Nov 25: Preview Party, 2016 Festival of Trees "Celebrate the Season of Christmas" - 6 - 8 PM. Celebratory cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres, music, and special raffles. Gold Room of the Tidewater Inn, 101 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission $50 per person. 
 
Nov 26-28: 2016 Festival of Trees "Celebrate the Season of Christmas" - Sat 10 - 8; Sun 11-8; & Mon 10 -6 PM. Gold Room of the Tidewater Inn, 101 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission $5/$4 Senior/$1 children under 12 years of age.
 
Nov 26: 2016 Festival of Trees "Celebrate the Season of Christmas" Candy Cane Lane - 10 AM - 2 PM. Crafts, games, food, visits with Santa, and other fun. Easton Elementary School (Moton). Admission includes lunch Children $5/Adult free.
 
Nov 26: 2016 Festival of Trees "Celebrate the Season of Christmas" Mother - Son Dance - 6 - 8 PM. Silent auction items, photo booth, light refreshments and dancing. Music by DJ Tim Burns. Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge $30 Mother/ $10 per Son.
 
Nov 26: 2016 Festival of Trees "Celebrate the Season of Christmas" Daddy - Daughter Dance - 6 - 8 PM. American Girl Doll raffle, gift shop. Light refreshments and dancing. Music by DJ Erik Higgins. Elk's Lodge, Dutchman's Lane, Easton. Admission Charge $30 Daddy/ $10 per daughter.

December 2016

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Oct 10 - Nov 18; 2nd Floor Gallery closed Oct 10 - 15th & Nov 27 - Dec 2nd. Back Galleries closed Oct. 10 - 22nd; Nov 28 - Dec 9th. Hours are Monday & Friday 10 AM - 4 PM;  Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM; Saturday and Sunday 10 AM - 4 PM. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Adkins Arboretum Thursday Dog Walks - 10 - 11 AM. Join Arboretum staff and/or volunteers for a stroll along the best paths for exploring with your furry friend. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary's Square - Permanent Collection consists of 3 restored local buildings from the 19th Century displaying period artifacts. Open May through October Fri 1 -4 PM; Sat 10  AM - 4 PM & Sun 1 - 4 PM. Admission charge $3 Adults & $1 Youth. Walking Tours Available $10 Adults & $5 Youth. St. Michaels Museum, St. Mary's Square, St. Michaels. 410-745-0561.

Bingo Every Friday Night - Doors open at 6:30 PM; games start at 7:30 PM. Food provided by the Easton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. Easton Volunteer Fire Department, Creamery Lane, 315 Aurora Street, Easton. 410-822-4848.

First Saturday of the Month Ballroom & Latin Dance Party Sponsored by USA Dance Easton, Chapter 6099 - 7:15 - 8 PM Early Bird Dance lesson; 8 - 10 PM Monthly Ballroom & Latin Dance Party with music by DJ. Beginners and singles are welcomed and encouraged to come. The venue is smoke and alcohol free; dress is casual, no spike heels are permitted. YMCA, 202 Peach Blossom Road, Easton. Admission $12/$10 USA Dance & YMCA members. 410-758-8266.

Dancing on the Shore - Tuesday & Thursday - 7 PM & 8 PM. Ballroom, Latin, Swing & Country Western Dance Group Classes. Academy Art Museum, 106 South Street, Easton. 410-482-6169.

Easton's Farmers Market  - Every Saturday  8 AM - 1 PM beginning April 16th - December. Live music 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Harrison Street Parking Lot, Easton.

Dec 1: 'Small Treasures' Opening Reception - 5 - 8 PM. Small paintings perfect for home decorating accents or gift-giving. 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.

Dec 1 - Jan 31: 'Small Treasures' - Small paintings perfect for home decorating accents or gift-giving. 717 Gallery, 717 Goldsborough Street, Easton. E-mail: gallery717@yahoo.com 410-241-7020.

Dec 2: Amy Black (Two Shows) - Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover Street, Easton. Admission Charge. 410-822-7299.

Dec 3: First Saturday Walks - 10 AM. Join a docent naturalist to discover the Arboretum's rich and unique native plant habitats. Explore mature and young native forests, meadows, a wetland, rain and pollinator gardens. The Native Plant Nursery, and the children's teaching garden. Tours begin at the Visitor's Center and last approximately one hour. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

Dec 3: Holiday Greens Workshop - 10 AM - Noon. Craft an elegant holiday centerpiece in this popular program led by floral designer and Arboretum docent Nancy Beatty. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Fee for members $35/$45 for non-members. 410-634-2847.

Dec 3: Adkins Arboretum Wreath Sale and Open House - 10 AM - 2 PM. Shop for handmade one-of-a-kind evergreen wreaths, fresh-cut greens, and stunning holiday centerpieces. Chef Steve Konopelski of Turnbridge Point B&B will take orders beginning at 11 AM for boxed assorted cookies for pick-up throughout the holiday season. A limited number of boxes will be available for purchase that day.  Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. 410-634-2847.

Dec 4: Adkins Arboretum Winter Wonderland - 1-2:30 PM. Stroll through the Arboretum with master naturalist Margan Glover to admire the newly revealed "bones" of the wood lands, meadow, and wetlands. All ages are welcome along the best paths for exploring. Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission free for members/$5 admission for non-members. 410-634-2847.

Dec 10: Adkins Arboretum Candlelit Caroling Celebration - 5 - 8 PM. Ring in the holiday season with an evening of music, light, and merriment. Enjoy live music by Neven Dawsand and Dovetial in the gallery, hors d'oeuvres, a cash wine bar, and docent-let candlelit walks along the Blockston Branch. Sing carols and sip hot cider by a raring bonfire, view the winter sky with Delmarva Stargazers, and top off the evening with a winter hayride around the meadows and a stop at the Funshine Garden for hot chocolate, cookies and tree decorating.   Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD. Admission charge $25 members; $30 non-members; $10 children ages 3 - 18 years; ages 2 and under free. 410-634-2847.

January 2017

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017;  2nd Floor Gallery closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017. All Galleries closed April 3 - 14th & July 17 - 29, 2017. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Jan 24: "Successful Gardening in Deer Country" - 1 PM. Local author, Ruth Rogers Clausen 50 Beautiful Deer Resistant Plants, will share how choosing plants carefully can help ward off the hungry deer in your garden. Easton Library, West & Dover Streets, Easton. Free admission and open to the public. 410-226-5184.

 

February 2017

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017;  2nd Floor Gallery closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017. All Galleries closed April 3 - 14th & July 17 - 29, 2017. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

Feb: "A Chickadee's Guide to Gardening" - 1:30 PM. Presentation by Douglas Tallamy, Professor and Chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. The presentation will include how to observe and appreciate the interactions that occur in a living landscape. Easton Library, West & Dover Streets, Easton. Free admission and open to the public. 410-226-5184.

March 2017

Talbot Historical Society Museums  & Garden - The Federal styled garden is open seven days a week during daylight hours, (entrance through gate on Glenwood Avenue, behind the Neall House, (the James Neall House, built in 1810, the Joseph Neall House, built in 1795, and a 17th century reconstruction named "Ending of Controversie). Visit the museum Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10 AM to 4 PM), in the historic Mary Jenkins House at 30 S. Washington Street, entrance on Glenwood Avenue featuring Talbot County's history. The Galleries at Neall House showcase the society's wonderful collections of portraits, artifacts and furniture.   The museum shop, Tharpe Antiques and Decorative Arts is located at 25 S. Washington Street. The shop offers a wonderful array of donated and consigned items for sale. 410-822-0773.  

Academy Art Museum - Permanent Collection contains more than 1,000 pieces including core holdings of European and American works on paper. Academy Art Museum Main Galleries will be closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017;  2nd Floor Gallery closed Feb 27 - March 9, 2017. All Galleries closed April 3 - 14th & July 17 - 29, 2017. Admission $3 for non-members. 106 South Street, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Amish Country Farmers Market Every Thursday through Saturday - Indoor market offering fresh produce, meats, dairy products, furniture, handcrafted items, and indoor and take away dinning and more! Thurs 9 AM - 6 PM; Fri 9 AM - 7 PM & Sat 9 AM - 3 PM. Easton Plaza, 101 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601. Phone 410-822-8989.

Easton Market Square open Wednesday through Friday 10 AM - 6 PM & Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM. 137 N. Harrison Street, Easton. Merchants featured include: Against The Grain, artisan breads & pastries; Arbec Orchids; Brasserie Brightwell, simple French Kitchen; Cottingham Farm, certified organic vegetables and herbs; Chez Gourmet, crepes, paninis, Belgian sugar waffles; Gourmet By The Bay, gourmet dinners, artisan cheeses and catering;  Harrison's Wine & Liquor, beer, wine, liquor; Seaberry Farm & Market, fresh cut flowers, orchids, local foods; TS Smith, farm fresh produce & fancy foods & The Bean, coffee for a cause.

 

 

  

      
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