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Local Art Students for Peace

Written on:September 21, 2017

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum hosts Homeschool Day September 21, 2017

Written on:August 8, 2017
Photo: On Thursday, September 21, homeschool students and their chaperones are invited to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., where a day of hands-on exploration is planned, including the construction of a dugout canoe and taking part in a Campus Challenge scavenger hunt.

Close to the Big Pond, Paintings by Kathryn O’Grady, on View through September 29, 2017 at Adkins Arboretum

Written on:August 4, 2017
Close to the Big Pond, Paintings by Kathryn O’Grady, on View through September 29, 2017 at Adkins Arboretum

Carol Colgate takes on Role of Managing Director at the Mainstay

Written on:August 2, 2017
Carol Colgate - Mainstay's New Managing Director at a recent Mainstay Concert. Photo SG Atkinson

Queen Anne’s County Arts Council Free Summer Concert Benefit Kent Island Families

Written on:July 29, 2017

An Open Letter to the Eastern Shore LGBTQ Community

Written on:July 28, 2017
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The Garfield Center Announces 2018 Season of Plays

Written on:July 26, 2017
Flyer: 2018 Theatre Season at the Garfield

ESLC to Host Celebration of Recent Land Conservation Win in Cecil County

Written on:July 25, 2017

Washington College Receives $1 Million Gift to Support Study of Classical World

Written on:July 19, 2017
Photo: Andrea Trisciuzzi, vice president for college advancement, accepts two checks totaling over $1 million from William Creager, executor of the estate of a couple who made the gift anonymously to Washington College.

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and Historic St. Mary’s City celebrate partnership

Written on:July 10, 2017
Photo: With crew members in the background, speakers at the July 7 celebration gather in front of Maryland Dove. From left are Father William George; board chairman of Historic St. Mary’s City Commission; Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, chief of staff for Maryland Governor Larry Hogan; Regina Faden, executive director of HSMC; Adelaide Eckardt, Maryland state senator; Kristen Greenaway, president of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum; and Johnny Mautz, Maryland state delegate.

City of Newark to Host Annual 4th of July Fireworks and Liberty Day Celebration

Written on:June 27, 2017

Church Hill Theatre Elects New Board of Directors and Announces 2018 Season

Written on:June 23, 2017
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