T idewater Trader February 12, 2020 Page B19 WouldYou Like Your Favorite Hunting Photo Published inTidewaterTrader’s Hunt Issue? Send inyour photo! FishingTrips?TurkeyHunting?DeerHunting?YouthHunterDays?Frog Gigging? Whichever is your favorite - send it on in for use in the 2020-21 Hunt Issue. Email your high resolution (300dpi) tiff or jpeg file to: email@example.com wi th “hunt issue photo” in the subject line. Say it with style in Tidewater Trader! Want to send a birthday wish, anniversary wishes, baby announcement, or thank you? Prices start at $16.75 HAPPY 18 TH BIRTHDAY DUSTIN! The Mainstay The Mainstay is funded in part by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Kent Cultural Alliance 5753 Main Street, Rock Hall M������� M������ ���� J�� H��� � G����� H��������� A F��� C�������� S�������� �� ��� S���� �� H������� S����� F������� 16 4�� Info and advance tickets : www.mainstayrockhall.org Reservations: 410-639-9133 S������� F������� 22 8�� T�� G���� G������ G��� B���������, S���� A������ � S���� H�������� $25 ������ $30 ����/����� F������� 17 S���� S������ A�� S���� S���� A������ D���� ���� 6:30�� A�� ����� ����� 7�� $10 online $12 door Sat, Feb. 29th 11am until ??? - Pit Beef Sale Carry Out at Chestertown Volunteer Fire Co., 211 Maple Ave.; Pit Beef Sand- wich, potato salad & coleslaw $10; Ben- efits CVFC; Call 410-708-6579. Sun, March 1st - Registration deadline for Kent Co. Youth Baseball; All required forms at www.kentcountyouthbaseball.com; Te e ball & coach pitch divisions; Little league baseball divisions; Call 410-708-4332 or 410-708-0757. Sun-Tues, March 1st-31st - Opening of Rhonda Ford’s Art Showcase at Tidewater Inn, 101 E. Dover St., Easton; Working Art- ists Forum; www.workingartistsforum.com. Wed, March 4th 7:30pm - Student Senior Recital with John D. McRae on tuba at Hotchkiss Recital Hall, Washington Col- lege, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown; Free; 410-778-7839; www.washcoll.edu. Wed, March 4th-29th - Abstract & Cermics Show at Chestertown RiverArts, 315 High St., Suite 106, Chestertown; 410-778-6300; www.chestertownriverarts.org. Thurs, March 5th 4:30pm - “Educating for Democracy: The Future of Liberal Educa- tion” with Lynn Pasquerella at Hodson Hall, Washington College, 300 Washington Ave, Chestertown; www.washcoll.edu. Thurs-Sun, March 5th-8th - 10th Annual Heart & Music “Songs from the Stage” at Oxford Community Center, 200 Oxford Rd., Oxford; Benefits For All Seasons Behavior- al Health and Rape Crisis Center; Tickets start at $150 including cocktails & dinner; For reservations, call 443-258-2130; For Visit www.heartmusic.eventbrite.com; www.forallseasonsinc.org. Thurs, March 5th 5pm-6:30pm - Kent Nar- rows Visioning Workshop at Chesapeake Visitor’s Center, 425 Piney Narrows Rd., Chester; QA’s Co. Comprehensive Plan 2020; For more info, visit the webpage www.qacplan2020.com. Fri, March 6th 5pm-8pm - First Friday in Downtown Chestertown; Exhibits, enter- tainment, extended shop hours, gallery openings, restaurant specials and more; www.downtownchestertown.org. Fri, March 6th 6pm-8pm - All You Can Eat Shrimp Night at Goldsboro Vol. Fire Co., 700 Old Line Rd.; $25/person, $40/couple, $10/ages 6-12, under age 5 free; Food & cash bar; Call 410-253-6114 or visit the webpage www.goldsboro700.com. Fri, March 6th - Try It at RiverArts Clay Stu- dio, 315 High St. Chestertown; March 10th Decorate & Glaze; March 28th Mobile Raku Workshop; To register call 410-778-6300; www.chestertownriverarts.org. Sat, March 7th 9am-3pm - 7th Annual Delaware Sportsman’s Show at Cheswold Vol. Fire Co., 371 Main St., Cheswold, DE; Admission $5/pp, ages 10 & under free; Vendors, gun raffles, Chinese raffle, fish- ing gear giveaways for kids; Vendor space available; Call 302-943-7960; Contact LDennison43@gmail.com. Sat, March 7th 8am - Winter Walk at East- ern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, 1730 Eastern Neck Rd., Rock Hall; Two mile walk guided by local birding expert or natu- ralist; Free, no rain dates; Bring binoculars & camera, dress warmly, wear boots; Reg- istration is first-come first-served, limited to 20 participants; No dogs; Children un- der 12 years old not permitted; Register at www.bit.ly/ENwinterwalks; Fo r details, call 410-639-7160. Sat, March 7th 8:30am-3pm - Dream It Be It Career Support for High School Girls program by Soroptimist of Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties; Free; Kent County Pub- lic Works, 709 Morgnec Rd., Chestertown; For more information and complete details, please call 410-490-9157; Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org; V isit www.soroptimist.org.