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Now - August 30  Water/Ways Photo Contest
Please submit to the Somerset County Library in Crisfield or Princess Anne.  Exhibit opening reception and People's Choice Selection on Friday, Sept 20th 5 - 7 pm.  Free entry.  For more information, please visit Photo Exhibit Guidelines.

August 9  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  Old School R & B
4:30 pm Crab Feast and 7 pm Cruise. This event has premium crabs measuring 6 1/4" up to 8"! DJ Flea will be playing the Old School R&B hits from the 80's (with a few 70's thrown in) on the upper level of the cruise while 97.5FM DJ, Big Mark, will be rocking the dance area on the lower level. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Old School vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion. For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 10  Hideaway Farm Fresh Produce and Jams in Crisfield
9 am - 1 pm.  104 North Seventh Street, Crisfield.  The Hideaway Farm is a small farm using organic methods for growing veggies.  They also operate a greenhouse with bedding plands, perennials & veggie plants.  Catch them in Crisfield every Saturday in season.

August 10  Rock Creek United Methodist Church Crab Feast
3 pm.  Rock Creek Church, 23580 Deal Island Road, Chance.  All you can eat crabs, corn, hot dogs, hamburgers, and drinks.  Adults $25; 12 & under FREE.  Proceeds benefit the Rock Creek Church Sign.  For more information, or to purchase tickets, please contact Dottie Price at 443-783-4074. 

August 10  Performance:  The Waterman's Daughter
Doors open at 7 pm; play starts at 8 pm.  Corbin Studio & Gallery, 4 East Main Street, Crisfield. Admission is free.  This one-woman show follows Lilyan Corbin’s life story from when she ran away from home in 1898 at age 16 to her success on stage and screen; from her marriage to the silent film star Frank Campeau to her books Reno, Homing, The Wife’s Lessons, and The Feminine Philosophy.  Wine, beer, water, & soda available for sale.  Donations welcome and benefith the Crisfield Arts and Entertainment District.  For more information, please visit www.crisfieldarts.org.

August 10  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  Classic Rock
4:30 pm  Crab Feast & 7 pm Cruise.  DJ Flea will be playing all of the Classic Rock hits from yesteryear on the upper level of the cruise. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Rock & Roll vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.  For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 10  Tavern Live with Jerry Lee Adkins
6 pm.  The Washington Inn and Tavern, 11784 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  Live music each Saturday evening.  Free entry.  Enjoy great music and good company.  Make a night of it and order from the inn's fantastic menu.

August 13   Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR
5 -9:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, Somerset County Office Complex, Princess Anne.  For more information contact Christopher A. Parks, 410-726-3134.

August 16  Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
8 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com.

August 16-17  Smokin’ on the Dock of the Bay BBQ Competition
10 am – 9 pm.  Crisfield American Legion Post #16, 116 Lorie Quinn Drive, Crisfield.  No entry fee, Bands and music for 2 days. Come see the Competitors cook their hearts out for a chance at victory in this KCBS sanctioned event. Food vendors will be selling food. For more information, please visit http://www.facebook.com/events/927813410920901

August 16  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  Celebrity R & B
4:30 PM  Crab Feast –7 PM Cruise    All JUMBO Crab Event.  Hailing from Santee, SC, DJ Cleve hosts impressive parties all over the world. A former DJ guest on BET's Rap City, DJ Cleve's credentials are quite impressive. If you're one of his 180,000 Facebook followers that tune in for the Thursday night FB Live Old School Mixes.  For more information, call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 17  Hideaway Farm Fresh Produce and Jams in Crisfield
9 am - 1 pm.  104 North Seventh Street, Crisfield.  The Hideaway Farm is a small farm using organic methods for growing veggies.  They also operate a greenhouse with bedding plands, perennials & veggie plants.  Catch them in Crisfield every Saturday in season.

August 17 Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise    Celebrity R & B
4:30 Crab Feast –7 pm  Cruise.   All-JUMBO Crab Event. Hailing from Santee, SC, DJ Cleve hosts impressive parties all over the world. A former DJ guest on BET's Rap City, DJ Cleve's credentials are quite impressive. If you're one of his 180,000 Facebook followers that tune in for the Thursday night FB Live Old School Mixes.  For more information, call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 17  Cruise and Crab feast
5 pm crab feast;  7:30 pm sunset cruise.  Set sail aboard the Chelsea Lane.  Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you cruise through a quaint island in the Chesapeake Bay, enjoying our Raw Bar complete with sodas and mixers to accompany your BYOB.  Eat at “Captain Tyler’s Crab House, One Crab Cake, One Soft Crab, All you can eat Steamed Crabs, Corn on the Cob, Fired Chicken, Hush Puppies, Cole Slaw, Macaroni Salad.  Beer Pitchers and Soda with Smith Island Cake for Dessert.  Crab feast & Cruise $109.00 per person.  Crab feast Only $69.99 per person.  Make a full evening of it and spend the night at Captain Tyler Motel or Cove BB.  For more information Call 410-968-2220.

August 17  Tavern Live with Diana Wagner
6 pm.  The Washington Inn and Tavern, 11784 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  Live music each Saturday evening.  Free entry.  Enjoy great music and good company.  Make a night of it and order from the inn's fantastic menu.

August 17  Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Crisfield
8pm. Starting Point:  Baptist Temple, corner of Main St. and Somerset Ave, Crisfield.  Tour includes the Corbin Library, Ananias Crockett House, Crisfield Cemetery, Gossamer – Dr. R.R. Martin, Tawes Library, McCready Hospital, the Richard Christ House and more.  Join Haunted Eastern Shore author Mindie Burgoyne for a tour of Crisfield.  Meet 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com

August 19  Viewing Party for WBOC's Small Town Series - Crisfield edition
5 - 6 pm.  4 East Main Street, Crisfield.  Community viewing party begins at 4:30 at the former Corbin library, 4 E Main Street. Everyone is welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.

August 24 Hideaway Farm Fresh Produce and Jams in Crisfield
9 am - 1 pm.  104 North Seventh Street, Crisfield.  The Hideaway Farm is a small farm using organic methods for growing veggies.  They also operate a greenhouse with bedding plands, perennials & veggie plants.  Catch them in Crisfield every Saturday in season.

August 24  Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
8 am - 3:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, Somerset County Office Complex, Princess Anne.  For more information contact Christopher A. Parks, 410-726-3134.

August 24  Crisfield’s 4th Saturday Bay Strolls – Water/Ways
4 – 7 pm.  City Dock, 1300 West Main Street, Crisfield.  From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. The newest traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street (MoMS) program, “Water/Ways,” examines water as an environmental necessity and an important cultural element. This 4th Saturday and student art exhibit is associated with Water/Ways, coming to the Tawes Museum on December 7, 2019.  For vendor registration, please visit http://www.crisfieldarts.org/4th-saturdays. For more information, please email arts@crisfieldcityhall.com.

August 24  Tours aboard the Edna Lockwood 
4 - 7 pm.  Crisfield City Dock, 1201 W. Main Street, Crisfield. Edna Lockwood, the last historic sailing bugeye in the world, will be visiting the for the 4th Saturday Bay Stroll, as part of a National Park Service-funded heritage tour around the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay Stroll is part of the Water/Ways Smithsonian traveling exhibit programing for the J. Millard Tawes Museum. The bugeye will remain at the dock through Thursday, August 29th although visitor will only be able to board her during the August 24th 4th Saturday from 4 pm until 7 pm. During this time, CBMM staff members will offer free deck tours, giving guests a chance to explore the bugeye while she’s docked.  For more information about the Edna, please visit www.cbmmshipyard.com/ednalockwood

August 24  Bay Gift Vault presents Artist Doug Rayfield
4 - 7 pm.  The Bay Gift Vault, 925 West Main Street, Crisfield.  Meet artist Doug Rayfield in person.  Beverages and snacks will be served while you mingle with the artist and learn more about his paintings.  For more information, please call 917-575-0467.

August 24  Tavern Live with Gary Hammer
6 pm.  The Washington Inn and Tavern, 11784 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  Live music each Saturday evening.  Free entry.  Enjoy great music and good company.  Make a night of it and order from the inn's fantastic menu.

August 25  Crisfield Fun Day
3 - 7 pm.  Woodrow Wilson Community Center, 119 South Seventh Street, Crisfield.  Offered by the Somerset Prevention Works Coalition. 

August 25  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  Old School R & B
4:30 pm crab feast; 7 pm cruise.   DJ Flea will be playing the Old School R&B hits from the 80's (with a few 70's thrown in) on the upper level of the cruise while music plays throughout the boat on both levels. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Old School vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.  For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 26-September 1  72nd Annual National Hard Crab Derby & Fair
Somers Cove Marina, Crisfield.  Crab races & picking, parade, boat docking, carnival, arts & crafts, seafood, entertainment, fireworks. ADA. Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce 410-968-2500/800-782-3913/www.crisfieldchamber.com. $ for some events.

August 24  Crisfield Fun Day
3 - 7 pm.  Offered by the Somerset Prevention Works Coalition.  Additional details will be available soon.

August 31  Hideaway Farm Fresh Produce and Jams in Crisfield
9 am - 1 pm.  104 North Seventh Street, Crisfield.  The Hideaway Farm is a small farm using organic methods for growing veggies.  They also operate a greenhouse with bedding plands, perennials & veggie plants.  Catch them in Crisfield every Saturday in season.

August 31  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  MTV 80’s
6:30 pm crab feast; 7 pm cruise.  It's an all '80s MTV-style party. It's a themed event so dress like Madonna, wear your long hair, and come ready to win prizes for best dressed. DJ Flea will be playing all of the 80's classics on the upper level of the cruise.. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Retro 80's vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.   For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

August 31  Crisfield Mud Bog
Crisfield Elks Club, Crisfield.  For more information, visit Facebook.com/CrisfieldMudBog.

August 31  Deal Island – Chance Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Breakfast
7 - 10 am.  Last Saturday of each month.  Order off the menu and help support this local organization.  For more information, please call Debbie Jacobsen at 410-784-2508.

August 31  Rise Up: Walk to Remember
8 am registration; 8:30 Opening Ceremony with guest speaker; 9 am Walk begins. Somerset County Agricultural and Civic Center, 11828 Crisfield Lane, Princess Anne.  Create a team, carry signs, wear purple, and walk in memory of someone you have lost to addiction or celebrate and advocate for recovery.  Free registration.  Refreshments and vendors.  First 10 registrants will receive a free T-shirt.  For more information, or to register, please visit http://runsignup.com/Race/MD/PrincessAnne/RiseUpWalktoRemember

August 31-September 2  60th Annual Skipjack Races & Festival
Deal Island Harbor, Deal Island.  Parade, dance, car show, music, food, arts & crafts, Skipjack race. ADA. Deal Island-Chance Lions (Bill Sailer) 410-784-2785/www.dealislandchancelionsclub.org/skipjack-festival. $ for some events.

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SEPTEMBER

September 6  Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
7:30 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com

September 7  Skipjack Bike Tour
7:30 am-3 pm. See some of the most beautiful landscapes on the Shore.  Deal Island-Chance Fire Department (Eileen Cross) 410-784-2335/www.dealislandchancevfd.com

September 7  Skipjack Run & George’s Beach Bum Run for Kids
7:30 am – 9:30 am.  Deal Island Harbor, Deal Island.   Long-sleeved cotton-feel tech tee guaranteed to the first 100 registrations.  Multiple water stops.  Walkers, Jogging Strollers + well-mannered canines with leashes welcome.  Details and registration link available at facebook.com/events/2057320891264544.  Free registration on race day for George’s Beach Bum Run.  All kids, age 10 and under, are invited to run. In honor of favorite local ASA (Athletes Supporting Athletes) and super hero beach bum, George Goodridge!  Footwear IS required (this is seaglass beach). Medals for the first 100 participants.

September 7  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  Old School 80’s R & B
4:00 crab  feast; 6:30 pm cruise. DJ Flea will be playing the Old School R&B hits from the 80's (with a few 70's thrown in) on the upper level of the cruise while 97.5FM DJ, Big Mark, will be rocking the dance area on the lower level. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Old School vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.   For more information, call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

September 7   Cruise and Crab feast
5 pm crab feast; 7:30 pm sunset cruise.  Set sail aboard the Chelsea Lane.  Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you cruise through a quaint island in the Chesapeake Bay, enjoying our Raw Bar complete with sodas and mixers to accompany your BYOB.  Eat at Captain Tyler’s Crab House, one crab cake, one soft crab, all-you-can-eat steamed crabs, corn on the cob, fried chicken, hush puppies, cole slaw, macaroni salad.  Beer pitchers and soda with Smith Island Cake for dessert.  Crab feast & cruise $109.00 per person.  Crab feast only $69.99 per person.  Make a full evening of it and spend the night at Captain Tyler Motel or Cove B & B.  For more information, please call 410-968-2220.

September 12  "Rise Up" Above Addiction Event
5 - 7 pm.  Somers Cove Marina, 715 Broadway, Crisfield.  Free food, fun, and music for all.  Weather permitting - take your picture in a hot air balloon.  For more information, please visit http://www.facebook.com/SomersetRainsPurple.

September 13  Brown Box Theatre Presents Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure
7:30 pm. Tawes Museum, Crisfield.  Free outdoor Shakespeare returns with political tragicomedy Measure for Measure.  What happens when corruption reaches the highest level of court?  Explore the price of principle and witness what happens when the law is bent by those who serve to uphold it.  A duke in disguise leaves the fate of his people in the hands of a ruthless judge.  A loyal sister is faced with an important decision:  save the life of her brother or uphold her honor?  Join the Brown Box Theatre Project for Shakespeare’s timeless tale of deception, virtue, and honor, and decide for yourself whether justice is served.  Bring your own chair/blanket.  Food and drinks are available for purchase.  Crisfield Heritage Foundation 410-968-2501.  Free.  For more information, and additional performances, please visit http://brownboxtheatre.org/portfolio-items/measure-for-measure

September 14  “A Taste of Smith Island” Dinner
5 pm.  Boat leaves Crisfield for Ewell. Cruise followed by dinner featuring Smith Island specialties. Advance tickets suggested. Limited ADA. Crisfield-Smith Island Cultural Alliance 410-425-3351/www.smithisland.org.  $

September 14  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise   New Skool  90’s-00’s R & B Hip Hop
4:00 Crab Feast –6:30 pm Cruise. This event has premium crabs measuring 6 1/4" up to 8"! DJ Adam Dutch will be mixing up the R&B/Hip Hop hits from 90's and 00's on the upper level of the cruise, as well as providing the music during the feast in the restaurant. 97.5FM DJ, Big Mark, will be playing on the lower level. And Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.   For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com

September 15-20  Road Scholar in Crisfield for Maritime Heritage Program
For more information, please visit www.roadscholar.org.

September 18  Brown Box Theatre Project presents Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure
7:30 pm. Teackle Mansion, 11736 Mansion Street, Princess Anne. Free outdoor Shakespeare returns with political tragicomedy Measure for Measure.  What happens when corruption reaches the highest level of court?  Explore the price of principle and witness what happens when the law is bent by those who serve to uphold it.  A duke in disguise leaves the fate of his people in the hands of a ruthless judge.  A loyal sister is faced with an important decision:  save the life of her brother or uphold her honor?  Join the Brown Box Theatre Project for Shakespeare’s timeless tale of deception, virtue, and honor, and decide for yourself whether justice is served.  Bring your lawn chair/blanket.  Food and drinks available for purchase. Somerset County Historical Society 410-651-2238.  For more information, and additional performances, please visit http://brownboxtheatre.org/portfolio-items/measure-for-measure.

September 20  Charlie Mac Open Memorial Tournament

September 20  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise Old School 80’s R & B
4:00 Crab Feast—6:30 pm Cruise. This event has premium crabs measuring 6 1/4" up to 8"! DJ Flea will be playing the Old School R&B hits from the 80's (with a few 70's thrown in) on the upper level of the cruise while 97.5FM DJ, Big Mark, will be rocking the dance area on the lower level. Earlier in the day, DJ Adam Dutch will be setting the Old School vibe on stage and Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.  For more information, call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com.

September 20  Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
7:30 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com.

September 21  New Freedom Christian Church & Ministries Crab Feast
11 am - 4 pm.  St. Andrew's Parish Hall, 30513 Washington Street, Princess Anne.  Admission by ticket only.  Adults $30; Children 7 - 12 $10; 6 and under eat free.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  No carry-outs available.  Hosted by New Freedom Christian Church & Ministries.  Montre' and Jamie Jenkins, Host Pastors.  For more information, or to purchase tickets, please call 443-523-6567 or 443-783-5616.

September 21  Marion Volunteer Fire Department's Sportsman's Bash
11:30 am - 6:30 pm.  Marion Volunteer Fire Department, Marion.  For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.facebook.com/events/338694123726204

September 21 Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise  90’s—00’s R&B/ Hip Hop
4:00 Crab Feast & 6:30 Cruise DJ Adam Dutch will be mixing up the R&B/Hip Hop hits from 90's and 00's on the upper level of the cruise, as well as providing the music during the feast in the restaurant. 97.5FM DJ, Big Mark, will be playing on the lower level. And Hurricane Hazel will be providing crab-picking demos during the feast portion.  For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com.

September 23  Chesapeake Bay Lighthouse Cruise
Departing Fishing Creek, MD in Dorchester County aboard Sawyer Fishing Charters, the tour will visit six lighthouses on the Chesapeake Bay aboard Sawyer Fishing Charters. They are:  Hoopers Island Lighthouse, Point No Point Lighthouse, Point Lookout Lighthouse, Smith Point Lighthouse, Solomons Lump Lighthouse, and Holland Island Bar Light.  There will be the opportunity to take close-up photos and a history lesson on each light.  The cruise will stop at Smith Island for a family-style meal with seafood and non-seafood items.  The cost is $125 per person and that includes the cost of the meal.  Spots must be reserved in advance.  For more information, or to reserve a spot on the boat, please call 410-397-3743.

September 26 Heartsaver Bloodborne Pathogens
9 am – 10:30 am   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, Somerset County Office Complex, Princess Anne.  For more information contact Christopher A. Parks, 410-726-3134.

September 27  Tangier Classic Fishing Tournament
6:30 am - 2 pm.  American Legion Post #16, 116 Lorie Quinn Drive, Crisfield.  Tangier Classic is a light tackle fishing tournament in Crisfiled, Md. Anglers compete 2 out of 3 days across 3 divisions. Whether you fish from a boat or kayak, please join us while we celebrate the abundant fishing opportunities of the Tangier Sound and raise money for Lane Dodson.  For more information, please visit www.tangierclassic.com.

September 28  Crabplace’s Crab & Cruise Motown
4 pm Crab Feast & 6:30 pm Cruise  Fall Grand Finale - The Ultimate Seafood Party season is closing out with a bang. The best crabs of the year show up in the Fall and we'll be putting the cream of the crop on your table. Our Jumbo grade ranges from 6 1/4" to 8"  For more information call 877-328-2722 or visit www.crabandcruise.com.

September 28 Saturday Bay Stroll
4-7 pm  City Dock  Artists & Vendors.

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OCTOBER

October 6-11  Road Scholar in Crisfield for Maritime Heritage Program
For more information, please visit www.roadscholar.org.

October 3-18  Road Scholar in Crisfield for Maritime Heritage Program
For more information, please visit www.roadscholar.org.

October 7   Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
7 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com.

October 18   Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
7 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com.

October 22  Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR
5 pm-9:30 pm   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, Somerset County Office Complex, Princess Anne.  For more information contact Christopher A. Parks, 410-726-3134.

October 26  Halloween Parade & Party
Noon.  Meet at City Hall Parking lot, 219 West Main Street, Crisfield.  Register for the parade, then walk behind the Crisfield High School Band to Somers Cove Marina at 715 Broadway for the party & trunk or treat.  For more information, please call 410-968-2500.

October 26  Saturday Bay Stroll Eat Drink & Be Scary
4-7 pm.   Location TBD    Come in costume to compete for a first-place prize for both children and adults.

October 31  Princess Anne Halloween Festival
5-9 pm.  Manokin River Park, 11840 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  Trunk or Treat, haunted jail, games & activities, free food, and live music.  Sponsored by the Town of Princess Anne and Princess Anne Main Street.  For more information, please call the Town of Princess Anne at 410-651-1818.

October 31  Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
8 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com

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NOVEMBER

Small Farm Conference at UMES

November 12  Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR
5-9:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, 11916 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  For more information, please contact Christopher A. Parks at 410-726-3134.

November 16 Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED 
8 am - 3:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, Somerset County Office Complex, Princess Anne.  For more information, please contact Christopher A. Parks at 410-726-3134.

November 22 Chesapeake Ghost Walks – Princess Anne
7 pm start.  Meet in front of the Teackle Mansion, intersection of Prince William and Mansion Streets, Princess Anne.  Sites on the Princess Anne Ghost Walk include the old Princess Anne jail, the Teackle Mansion, the Washington Hotel and several historic homes along the main streets. Hear tales of the dead on a walk through St. Andrew's graveyard and listen for spirits of the Manokin River and more. Meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start.  For more information, please visit www.chesapeakeghosts.com.

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DECEMBER

December 1-6  Road Scholar in Crisfield for Decoy Carving Program with Road Scholar
For more information, please visit www.roadscholar.org.

December 6 & 7 Christmas in Crisfield
Parade, “Crabpot” Christmas Tree Lighting, Tea with Mrs. Claus, and more.  ADA. Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce 410-968-2500/800-782-3913 www.crisfieldchamber.com

December 6 & 7  Christmas in Princess Anne
Parade, tree lighting, special holiday shopping incentives in downtown.  Home Tour and Reception at the Teackle Mansion.  Limited ADA.  For more information, please call 410-651-2968 or 800-521-9189. $

December 7 – January 18, 2020   Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit
Tawes Museum, Crisfield.  Exhibition dives into water—an essential component of life on our planet, environmentally, culturally and historically.   More information coming soon at crisfieldheritage.org.

December 11  Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR
5 - 9:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, 11916 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  For more information, please contact Christopher A. Parks at 410-726-3134.

December 31   New Year’s Eve Festivities
9 pm-1 am.  Ring in the New Year at the Muskrat Dive in Princess Anne or the Oyster Drop in Crisfield.  Music, dancing, food & beverages.  ADA.  For more information, please call 410-651-2968 or 800-521-9189.

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JANUARY 2020

January 15, 2020  Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR
5 pm - 9:30 pm.   Somerset County Department of Emergency Services, 11916 Somerset Avenue, Princess Anne.  For more information, please contact Christopher A. Parks at 410-726-3134.

APRIL 2020

April 23 - 26, 2020  Delmarva Birding Weekend
Guided and self-guided tours to see migration of shorebirds, waterfowl and nesting birds.  In Somerset, look for the full day Nature of Smith Island boat tour departing from Somers Cove Marina on Saturday, April 25th at 8 am.  Trips are rain or shine.  Suitable for all experience levels.  Advanced registration recommended.   For more information, or to register for trips, please visit www.delmarvabirding.org.

JULY 2020

July 15, 2020  J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake
Noon – 4pm.  Somers Cove Marina, Crisfield.  Entertainment & all-u-can-eat seafood (crabs, clams, fish, sides & beverages). Advance tickets recommended.  Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce  410-968-2500.

AUGUST 2020

September 1 - 6, 2020  73rd Annual National Hard Crab Derby & Fair
Somers Cove Marina, Crisfield.  Crab races & picking, parade, boat docking, carnival, arts & crafts, seafood, entertainment, fireworks. ADA. Crisfield Area C of C 410-968-2500/800-782-3913/www.crisfieldchamber.com. $ for some events.

September 5 - 7, 2020  61st Annual Skipjack Races & Land Festival
Deal Island Harbor, Deal Island.  Parade, dance, car show, music, food, arts & crafts, Skipjack race. ADA. Deal Island-Chance Lions (Bill Sailer) 410-784-2785/www.dealislandchancelionsclub.org/skipjack-festival. $ for some events.

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