Boat docking, also known as the water rodeo, is a water sport in which workboats and charter boats compete to "dock" their boats. They compete for cash, prizes, trophies and of course, bragging rights. These runs are filled with captains of all ages, some of the youngest being just 10 years old! The event starts at 1pm at the marina at Suicide Bridge Restaurant, 6304 Suicide Bridge Road, Hurlock, Maryland.
Join lifelong Dorchester County native, Capt. Phil Gootee on a full-day Chesapeake Bay lighthouse tour. This adventure departs from Gootee’s Marina on Sunday, September 26 at 10:30 am, aboard Capt. Phil’s 42-foot charter boat (complete with cabin and bathroom). Capt. Phil will take you to visit eight lighthouses and other historic sites where lighthouses once stood
Come spend the afternoon walking down Historic High Street in Cambridge, MD. Take in all the sights and sounds of this beautiful waterfront venue filled for the day with creative and unique artwork for show and sale. This juried fine arts event showcases painting, photography, ceramics, drawing/pastel, fiber/textiles, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, printmaking, sculpture, and watercolor creations; even heritage arts such as boatbuilding and blacksmithing. A little bit of everything!
Once you’ve chosen an art treasure or two to enhance your visit a full array of food and refreshment vendors will be featured along with local musicians and performers providing entertainment for all ages. Rain or shine. Admission is free!
Showcase is presented by the Dorchester Center for the Arts and the Dorchester County Arts Council and generously supported by the Nathan Foundation.
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Join the folks from WHCP to welcome Lez Zeppelin at Governor’s Hall at Sailwinds Park Cambridge, MD. Doors open 4:30pm, event starts at 5.
All tickets are $60 (includes dinner, cash bar, auction, door prizes)
Tickets go on sale August 1