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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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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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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Never Caught, the Story of One Slave’s Struggle For Freedom From George Washington, is the Topic a Washington College Goodfellow Lecture

Erica Armstrong Dunbar, the Charles & Mary Beard Professor of History at Rutgers University, will visit Washington College on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 to discuss her book Never Caught: The Washington’s Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge. A finalist for the National Book Award, Never Caught tells the story of how one young […]

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Washington College is Helping The Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence Better Target Its Mission

A collaboration among a Washington College sociology professor, the College’s GIS Lab, and the Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence (MSCFV) is helping provide resources to women in crisis and creating strategies to reach more victims in the community. Rachel Durso, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Black Studies at Washington College, teamed up with Jeanne Yeager, […]

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MassoniArt’s “SCALE – A Matter of Perspective” Nearing its End

MassoinArt SCALE – A Matter of Perspective Now – March 10 Chestertown First Friday: March 2, 5-8 pm Why does an artist choose a particular scale when creating work? Will it be large or small, or somewhere in between? How is this related to the way we measure the importance of things, i.e., on a […]

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Chestertown RiverArts’ Call for Artists: “Birds and Bees, and Their Houses”

(Chestertown Riverarts) Although we are amid this cold wintery season, it is not too early to be thinking about Spring. To usher in this delightful season, The RiverArts Galleries will be hosting an eclectic and unique show, Birds and Bees, and their Houses in March. We invite you to exhibit your creative works that exemplify […]

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