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Caring for Family Treasures

A program with Vicki Lee, director of Conservation and Preservation at the Maryland State Archives, at the Queen Anne's County Library in Centreville in June has been re-scheduled. The program on Caring for Family Treasures, will be held at the Library on August 25th at 6:30 pm. Miss Lee will share information on how to best store and handle your various family treasures. There will be time for questions and answers. You may bring one object for a brief consultation. call 410-578-0980 for further information. 

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Ravens Kickoff

On August 22, Ravens Nest #20 of QAC is hosting a Ravens Kickoff Bash & Charity Event from 3- 7pm at Good Guys Sports Bar in Centreville.

There will be a Silent Auction, Prize Wheel, 50/50, come meet & see "Ravens Super Fans". The Proceeds benefit our 2015 local charities

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Longaberger Basket Bingo

The Crumpton VFD Auxiliary is hosting the Longaberger Basket Bingo on Friday, August 21, at the Crumpton Firehouse.

The doors are open at 6:00pm with the games beginning at 7:00pm. There will also be a 50/50, Raffle, and Doorprizes. Bring a non-perishable item for the food pantry and receive an extra doorprize ticket.

$20.00 at the door with free refreshments at intermission.

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Boater Safety Certificate

Maryland DNR- approved Boater Safety the course takes place at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on August 12-13. All ages can participate, with preregistration needed. The two evening courses take place from 6-10 pm, with participants able to receive a Maryland Boating Safety Education Certificate, which is required for anyone born on or after July 1, 1972, and who operates a numbered or documented vessel on Maryland waters. The cost is $25 per person, with space limited. Register by emailing aspeight@cbmm.org or calling 410-745-4941.

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Superhero Training Academy!

A children's program for grades K-5 will be held at the Centreville Branch of the Queen Anne's County Library and will begin August 11 at 2:30pm.

Children will train to be a superhero by coming to the Library's training academy. You will create your own superhero name and finish set tasks to complete your training.

Come to the Library and see what other fun times await your children.

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20 Year High School Reunion

The Colonel Richardson High School class of 1995 is having its 20 year reunion on August 8th, at the Washington Street Pub, Easton, MD.

The event will last from 8:00pm until 10:00pm.

For more details, or to order tickets visit: CRHS Class of 1995.

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Caroline- Dorchester County Fair

Caroline- Dorchester County Fair in collaboration with SKM Productions presents Country Music Stars, Craig Campbell and Doug Stone, with the Cheaters opening. The concert will take place on Saturday, August 8th. Gates open at 6 pm and the show starts at 7 pm. General Admission tickets are $35 in advance; $38 at the gate. The concert will go on rain or shine. Make sure to bring your own chair, blanket or rent one that night. Tickets available online at missiontix.com or by calling 410-310-4022

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Fourteenth Annual Peach Festival

The Bethesda United Methodist Church is hosting its Fourteenth Annual Peach Festival at the Preston Fire House on 3680 Choptank Road. It will begin on August 8th, from 9:00am untill 2:00pm.

The Festival will include local peaches, vendors, baked goods, ice cream, hamburgers, hot dogs, scrapple sandwiches, and soft crab sandwiches. There will also be a chicken BBQ by troy Brooks

Music will be by Reminiscing, a 50's and 60's duet. This festival will benefit church projects.

To pre-order and to make sure you get chicken, call 410-673-7288.

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Cordova Volunteer Fireman's Country Fair

The Cordova Fireman's Association will host the annual Country Fair at the Cordova Firehall grounds.

The event will begin at 6:00pm on August 6th and run until August 8th.

There will be food, games, cake booth, prizes and events. The "Little Miss Cordova" contest will be Thursday evening at 8:00pm and the "Miss Cordova" contest will take place Friday evening at 9:00pm. The parade will take place at 6:00pm on Saturday. 

Come out and support this fun family event!

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8th Annual Back to School Fair

The Talbot County Department of Social Services is holding its 8th Annual Back to School Fair on August 6th, 2015. It will begin at 4:30pm and run until 6:00pm.

The festivities will be located at the Talbot County DSS, 301 Bay Street, Easton. It will be held in the garage area.

There will also be a School Supplies Giveaway, which will be first come, first served.

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Coffee With a Cop

On August 6th, 2015 The Easton Police Department, Partnered with the Talbot Senior Center, will be hosting a "Coffee with a Cop" event from 9:00am till 11:00am. The purpose of this event is to provide residents with the opportunity to meet their local law enforcement officers, ask questions, voice concerns, and learn more about the Easton Police Department.

For more information, contact Sgt. Eric Kellner of the easton Police Department at 410-822-1111 or ekellner@town-eastonmd.com

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Strong Women in Business Luncheon

MCE Women's Business Center is holding it's Strong Women in Business Monthly Networking Luncheon on Wednesday, August 5th from noon to 1:15 at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce at 144 E. Main Street in Salisbury. Luncheons are held the first Wednesday of every month and attendees will have the opportunity to connect with other business women and gain insight on creating a sustainable business. Bring your own lunch for or pay $7 to have your lunch provided for you. If you plan to order lunch, please contact Richele Purnell in advance at 410-546-1900 or by email at rpurnell@marylandcapital.org. You can also register online by clicking here.

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National Night Out

This event will begin on August 4th, starting at 5:00pm at the Moton Park. National Night Out is a local event designed to raise awareness to crime and drug prevention.

From 5:00pm to 7:00pm, enjoy open swim, music and food. 7:15-7:45pm, listen to some inspirational speakers, and at 8:00pm, join in on a Neighborhood Walk.

Come out and take your place in the community in its fight against crime.

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Tink Collins Memorial Cornhole Tournament

The Tink Collins Memorial Cornhole Tournament will be Saturday, August 1st, 2015, at the Linkwood - Salem Vol. Fire Co.

The entry fee will be $40 per team. Each team will be made up of two people. The fee includes two free beers per person. 12 oz. Beer and other ice cold refreshments will also be on sale. Coolers are not permitted.

Teams must check in between 11:30am and 12:30pm, bags fly at 1:00pm. The top three teams will win cash prizes, the prize amount will be determined by the number of teams entered.

Music will be provided by Dance Til Dawn and DJ Mark Shores.

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Teen movie at the Federalsburg Branch Library!

Teens, grab your rad 1980s clothes and head back in time at the Caroline County Public Library's Federalsburg Branch.  This month marks the 30th anniversary of the sci-fi classic movie, Back to the Future, so celebrate 80s style while you watch on Friday, July 31 at 6pm.  Free admission, free snacks and a great time...fire up the DeLorean and don't be late!

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Sciencetellers Summer Reading Program

Sciencetellers combines storytelling and exciting science experiments into a theatrical learning experience, delighting children and their families with interactive encounters with the wonders of science. Don't miss this unique program at the Caroline County Public Library's North County Greensboro Branch on Wednesday, July 22nd at 2 pm. Free; no registration required. 

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Family Movie Night

The Oxford Community Center is hosting a Family Movie Night on Monday, July 20th. The doors will open at 6:45 with the movie starting at 7:00pm.

The movie chosen for this event will be Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. This will be a free event.

There will be free snacks during the movie. Make sure to bring your own blanket camp chairs, though extra chairs are available if needed. Air conditioning will be available. This is an alcohol free event.

This event will be hosted at the Oxford Community Center, 200 Oxford Rd. Oxford, MD 21654

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Bullock's Deli 4th Annual Leukemia Car Show and Remembrance Angie

Bullock's Deli is set to host their 4th Annual Leukemia Car Show and Remembrance of their Angie on Saturday, July 18th at 4 pm. Bullock's Deli is located at 422 N. 6th St in Denton, MD 21629. The car show registration is $10 with 2 awards to be given: People's Choice & Ashley's choice (Angie's daughter). There will also be a silent auction, raffle, moon bounce and face painting for the kids, as well as, a race simulator. Chicken Dinners will be available for $12 and will include: 1/2 chicken, choice of salad, roll, can of pepsi or water, and 1 token for a free scoop of ice cream. They will be available for pick-up after 11 am and they're taking phone orders now. 100% of all money will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in memory of Angie Bullock. 

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Summer Reading at the Library

Beginning June 1st, kids, teens and adults are invited to read, win prizes and attend fun programs at the Caroline County Public Library all summer. Stop by any library location or visit our website, carolib.org for a complete list of all Summer Reading Fun. 

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The Afternoon Book Club

A new book club will be starting at the Queen Anne's County Library in May. Join the Afternoon Book Club on Thursday, May 28th at 1 pm to discuss Greg Mortenson's Three Cups of Tea and the controversy surrounding this best-selling book. You may pick up a copy of the book at the Public Service Librarian's desk in the Main Reading Room and put your name down on the list for the May meeting. Refreshments will be provided. For further notes you can go to info@qaclibrary.org.

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