Events for October 19, 2021

Nanticoke River Jamboree

Handsell Historic Site 4837 Indiantown Rd, Vienna

Dorchester County's largest living history event celebrating the history, culture and natural environment of the Nanticoke River happens 10am to 5pm on Oct. 9. Immerse yourself in over 350 years of history during the Nanticoke River Jamboree...


Paws for a Cause

Patriot Point 750 Taylors Island Rd., Church Creek

Join in a community day at Patriot Point from 10am to 6pm on Oct. 9. The day includes multiple military, law enforcement, and bunting retriever demonstrations benefiting U.S. Kennels – providing service dogs for disabled veterans at no cost. Food, vendors, and more. Bring your own chair. Patriot Point provides a relaxing and safe environment to enjoy outdoor recreational activities for our nation’s wounded, ill and injured service members and their families.


Overflow Cafe Craft Fair

Overflow Cafe hosts a monthly craft fair on the second Saturday of the month, 2 to 5pm. Look for the work of local artists and [...]

Lantern Making Workshop at the Tubman Museum

Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center 424 Race St, Cambridge

Come join in for the 1st annual Lantern Making Workshop on October 9 from 3 to 5pm at the Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center in Cambridge, MD. Ken Johnston, walking artist and lantern maker, will run the workshop and talk about the importance of the lanterns along the Underground Railroad. All participants are welcome to join in a procession from the Cambridge Court House back to the Harriet Tubman Mural carrying the lit lanterns. The lanterns will be displayed in the museum windows. Refreshments served. Donation $15.  (CDC guidelines will be followed.) Questions? Call 410-228-0401.


Harriet Tubman Live Music Series

Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center 424 Race St, Cambridge

The Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center continues its live music series with the Paul Carr Quartet performing outdoors (weather permitting) from 6 to 8pm on Oct. 9. Performances are free to the public but they welcome a suggested donation of $20. Proceeds benefit the Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center. 

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