Tickets are now available for the 10th annual Crawfish Boil & Muskrat Stew Fest on May 1 from 12 to 7pm – featuring the one […]
Sailing the Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail, Pride of Baltimore II will be visiting Cambridge in partnership with the Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area and the National Park Service. As America's Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail Ambassador, Pride II will sail into Cambridge on May 29 and be dockside through the holiday weekend at Long Wharf, High and Water Streets. May 29th thru the 31st open for tours 10am - 4pm.
Bring the kids, ages 5-12, to enjoy a morning of fishing at Long Wharf Park in Cambridge from 9am to 12pm. Hosted by the Mid-Shore Fishing Club. All children must be accompanied by a guardian.
You must pre-register by Aug. 4 at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Kids Fishing Derby" – or call Bob at 443-225-6440.
Space is limited to the first 100 children who register. Bait and tackle will be provided. Feel free to bring your own rod and reel. There will be water and pizza for the kids at 12pm. First and second place prizes will be awarded for the largest rockfish, white perch, catfish, spot, croaker, and mystery fish.
Rain date is Aug. 14.
In honor of Thomas Shoal Lighthouse being placed on the U.S. forever stamp in August 2021, Captain Phil Gootee will be offering a special lighthouse tour. He will be departing Choptank River Lighthouse at 11am on Aug. 21 from Long Wharf in Cambridge, MD (located at High and Water Streets). You will see four lighthouses: Choptank River, Sharps Island, Bloody Point, and Thomas Point Shoal.
To reserve your spot, call or text Capt Phil at 443-521-0817
Join Brown Box Theater and their actors for a live performance of William Shakespeare's, Much Ado About Nothing. Watch a group of soldiers returning from war that life and love are not so black and white. Through witty banter and dastardly deception, this beloved comedy debates the preconceived notion of how to love and the value of trust.
No tickets are needed. Lawn seating, blankets, and lawn chairs welcome.