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On Saturday mornings from 8 am to noon beginning about the third Saturday in March and ending about the last Saturday in December, located in beautiful Fountain Park in the heart of downtown Chestertown, on Maryland’s Eastern shore you’ll find wonderful fresh home grown produce, herbs, breads, soaps, plants and cut flowers as well as the hand-crafted works of local artisans. A reduced vendor participation Winter Market remains open throughout the winter, weather permitting. Click here to visit the Chestertown Farmers Market website. Visit the Chestertown Farmers Market Facebook page.Find out more »
The event includes all-you-can eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, juices, and coffee for only $5.00. 100% of funds raised will be donated to charity. The proceeds from the event will be split between two charities - University of Virginia’s Medical Center for Prostate Cancer Research and the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Fund. For more information, click the link.Find out more »
KidSPOT is a hands-on creative learning center for children aged 2-12. We are open every Saturday free of charge to kids accompanied by their parents, or other responsible adult. The Center is a destination for area children where they can look forward to interacting with a variety of stimulating activities that expand their horizons. Located right next door to the RiverArts galleries, KidSPOT invites children to play, create and explore the arts and sciences. Kids participate in activities that incorporate visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, music, science and technology. KidSPOT also serves as a venue for special creativity events, RiverARTSCamp and workshops for kids.Find out more »
Mary Ann Shadd Cary sounds like a modern-day superwoman – a teacher, journalist, editor, feminist, lawyer, wife, and mother with a steadfast commitment to racial and gender equality. In fact, born nearly 200 years ago, Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a richly accomplished African American woman who played a role in the Underground Railroad, served as a recruitment officer for soldiers for the Black Union Army, worked for the women’s suffrage movement alongside Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was the first female African American newspaper editor in North America, and earned a law degreeFind out more »
LIGHT water + stone Greg Mort – Shelley Robzen March 30 – May 5, 2019 Opening Reception – Saturday, March 30, 12-3 pm April First Friday Reception – Friday, April 5, 5-7:30 pm Open House / Artist Talk – Saturday, April 6, 12 noon May First Friday Reception – Friday, May 3, 5-7:30 pm Closed for Easter Sunday, April 21 Also featured in the rear gallery Katherine Cox, Michael Kahn, Lisa Lebofsky and James Tatum. Gallery hours are Thursday thru Friday 11-4pm, Saturday 10-5 pm, Sunday 11-2 pm. We are closed Monday thru Wednesday except by appointment or by chance. Private appointments may be scheduled at any time by contacting Carla Massoni – 410-708-4512. Of course, you are always welcome by chance – if you see the lights on – just knock!Find out more »
Luncheon & Fashion Show with a little shopping thrown in. $40 per person (reservations required in advance). Local vendors will be featured in the fashion show.Tickets may be purchased at Houston's Dockside Emporium,Smilin Jakes, Gabriel's of Chestertown, Hickory Stick & Tiny Tots Boutique. Proceeds benefit Soroptimist education & signature programs to imprive the lives & advance the status of women and girls. Sooptimist International of kent & QA Counties is a 501(c) (3) organization.Find out more »
Live music, amazing food and drink, and fun for everyone. Join us in downtown Chestertown for Second Saturdays, sponsored by Bad Alfred's Distilling! This event is held rain or shine. Guests of all ages are welcome to attend. Free public parking is available on High Street, Cross Street, and Cannon Street. There are two public parking lots downtown. One between Cross & Mill Streets on Cannon Street, and two between Cross Street and Queen Street along Cannon Street.Find out more »
This year our Gala will celebrate our 50th Anniversary. Our event includes both silent and live auctions, the success of which is entirely dependent on the generosity of others – both auction donors, corporate sponsors and guests. We are sincerely grateful to everyone who makes this evening possible. 100% of the funds raised at this event directly benefit Kent School programs.Find out more »
TOWN TRASH & RECYCLING SERVICES The Town will be divided into two collection areas, both of which will be serviced twice each week. Collection of garbage and trash will be conducted in one area on Monday and Thursday evenings, and the other on Sunday and Wednesday evenings; except no collection will be made on New Years’ Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day, but will be made on the next regular collection day after the holiday. Recycling: Paper, aluminum, household plastics picked up each Friday call 410-928-3333 (Infinity Recycling).