Delaware offers produce safety trainings to help farmers meet FSMA requirement

The Delaware Department of Agriculture is offering two one-day courses in March to help farmers growing fruits and vegetables comply with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule. “About 1 in 6 Americans gets sick each year from foodborne illness,” said Secretary of Agriculture Michael T. Scuse. “The Food Safety Modernization Act is […]

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History Happy Hour Lecture with Lauren Sibberman

On many First Friday’s in Chestertown the Historical Society of Kent County opens the evening with a History Happy Hour Lecture. For March, which is also Women’s History Month, the Historical will host author Lauren Sibberman at the Bordley History Center. Ms. Silberman is the deputy director for Historic London Town and Gardens. She is […]

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Kent County Arts Council’s Heroin & Healing: An Exhibition Project Opens March 2, 2018

Heroin & Healing: An Exhibition Project. Opening Reception, First Friday, March 2, 2018 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Raimond Arts Building in Chestertown, MD The Kent County Arts Council and New Day Campaign present a new exhibition created to address the stigma of addiction and open the door to healing for families and […]

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Pete Lesher will be the Lunch & Learn Speaker in St Michaels on March 5, 2018

Pete Lesher, the chief curator for the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will be the Lunch & Learn speaker for the St. Michaels branch of the Talbot County Free Library on Monday, March 5, 2018 at noon. Lesher will give an illustrated talk on the stunning black-and-white work of Dutch-born photographer Robert de Gast. His photography […]

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Biggs Celebrates a Quarter Century with 40,000 “Quarters for Kids” from Del-One

Today, the Biggs Museum of American Art and Del-One Federal Credit Union announced a new partnership entitled “Quarters for Kids” to help celebrate the Biggs Museum’s 25th Anniversary year (2018). To kick-off the program, Del-One has invested $10,000 in the Biggs Museum to fund special programs and field trips at the museum for underserved children […]

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Compass Regional Hospice to Offer Two Grief Support Groups; Begin in March

Compass Regional Hospice is offering two new grief support groups for individuals, 18 and older, who have experienced any type of loss. Both groups will meet every Tuesday, beginning on March 20 through May 8, 2018. The grief support group in Caroline County will meet from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at St. Luke’s United […]

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WC Department of Music Launches Inaugural Piano Festival, Invites High School and College Students

Washington College this spring is holding its first Piano Festival, an event in which participants of all ages can further develop their talents through workshops, performances, lessons, and competitions. The Piano Festival is set for April 21, although the Department of Music is seeking participants to apply by March 1. The event is geared toward […]

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Applications now being accepted for Delaware’s Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police’s 3rd Annual Youth Academies

If you are a student aged 12 to 15 with an interest in natural resources and law enforcement, Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police is once again offering summer Youth Academies. The Youth Academy is a five-day program designed to teach youth about boating safety, hunter safety, and how to protect our natural resources […]

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Meet the Talented Designers for RiverArts Recycled Runway

Excitement is building to see the creations of twenty local designers at RiverArts inaugural Recycled Runway. This upscale fashion show will feature fabulous, one-of-a-kind creations designed by artists of all ages using recycled or re-purposed materials. The twenty designers or their chosen models will be “strutting their junk” on the runway while John Schratweiser, executive […]

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