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T idewater Trader February 12, 2020 Page B20 Riverarts and The Mainstay Host “Hamiltunes At The Mainstay” The Mainstay presents “Hamiltunes At The Mainstay” A Hamilton: The Musical Singalong Sunday, February 16 th at 4pm. Don’t throw away your shot! It’s hard to get a ticket to Hamilton on Broadway, but anyone who doesn’t want to wait for it can sing or listen at the free “Hamiltunes” singalong of the musical of the century’s score at the Mainstay in Rock Hall on February 16 th . Singers and listeners of all levels and ages are invited to take a break and gather in the room where it happens for this warm and welcoming community event celebrating the brilliance of the musical – and the country’s founders. The evening will be Emceed by RiverArts Executive Director and WC-ALL Hamilton instructor Maria Wood. Costumes are encouraged and lyrics will be provided for Hamilfans who haven’t memorized all of the musical’s 20,520 words, there will be lots of Hamilton trivia for those whose love of the musical is nonstop. Those who want to rise up and blow us all away as a featured singer can sign up for a favorite song by emailing MainstaySingalong@gmail.com, w hile those who want to sing less, smile more can sing and clap along along from the audience. Hamiltunes is a community-oriented singalong event that gives young, scrappy and hungry fans of the Broadway musical juggernaut a chance to be a part of the musical phenomenon that has captured the imagination of the country and the world. Hamiltunes at the Mainstay takes place Sunday, February 16 th at 4pm. For more information or to request a role in your favorite song, send an email to Mainstay- Singalong@gmail.com or call 410-639-9133. This is a free community event. Information and advance ticket sales are available on the Mainstay’s website at www.mainstayrockhall.org WHEEL HOUSE Restaurant and Tiki Bar 20658 Wilkins Avenue, Rock Hall, MD 21661 410.639.4235 www.wheelhouserestaurantmd.com Open All Winter - Call for Hours! We look forward to meeting new friends! – Bryn and Scott Ponti LATE NIGHT FARE Serving Lunch, Dinner and Good Memories Daily Delicious Nibbles Handhelds Garden Mainstays CAPTAINCRUMPTON © Sounds Like: BLOW DORM Last Week: Be Mine O penings A t W hispering P ines A ssisted L iving 5811 South Hawthorne Avenue, Rock Hall, Maryland 21661 We offer Long Term, Respite Care and Medical Waiver programs in a fun loving setting. Dr. Recommended Facility with RN on Staff. For More Information Call 410-639-7771 or 410-818-3389 or visit us at www.whisperingpinesrockhall.com Caring for you like Family! 24 Hour Monitoring • Medication Management • Attentive Experienced Staff Private Rooms • 2 Rooms with Private Baths • Accepting Men, Women & Couples Awake Overnight Staff Read the paper on your mobile device! www.tidewatertrader.com Click on the cover image and read the entire paper! Sat, March 7th 7pm - Chester River Cho- rale Spring Fundraiser at The Mainstay, 5753 N Main St., Rock Hall; After-Show Party at The Pearl on Main; $35/concert, $60/both concert and reception; Limited seating; RSVP for reception by Feb. 27th; www.chesterriverchorale.org. Sun, March 8th - 7:30am-10:30am - All You Can Eat Breakfast at Crumpton Vol. Fire Dept., 300 Third St., Crumpton; $9/adult, $4/ages 6-12, ages 5 & under free; Call 410-778-6100. Sun, March 8th 2pm-4pm - Yarn Storm- ing Public Reception at Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Rd., Ridgely; Creations on display; Sponsored by Adkins Arboretum in partnership with Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore; Call 410-634-2847 or visit www.adkinsarboretum.org. Sun, March 8th 4pm - L’Abri Trio at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $15; Presented by The Hedgelawn Classical Series; Call 410-639-9133 or visit the web- page www.mainstayrockhall.org. Fri, March 13th 6pm-9pm - “Pretty in Pink” 3rd Annual Haven Ministries Best Girl- friend Night Out at Prospect Bay Country Club, 311 Prospect Bay Dr. W, Grason- ville; Kick-off VIP Party 5pm-6pm; Benefits Haven Ministries; Tickets can be found at www.haven-ministries.org; F or complete details, please call 410-490-0925. Sat, March 14th 8pm - High and Wides at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $20/online, $25/door; Presented by The Hedgelawn Bluegrass Series; For more information & details, call 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org. Sat, March 14th 1pm - Upper Shore Ge- nealogical Society membership meeting & lecture with Sue Clabaugh and Liz Stitely at Caroline County Public Library, 100 Market St., Denton; Free; Public welcome; email@example.com. Sat, March 14th 8am - Guided Birding Tour at Blackwater NWR Environmental Educa- tion Building, 2145 Key Wallace Dr., Cam- bridge; Highlights migratory species & re- turning spring nesters; Free, 2-3 hour walk led by Terry Allen; Binoculars & field guides recommended; Call 410-228-2677. Sun, March 15th 12pm-3pm - Crow Chili Cook Off at Crow Vineyard & Winery, 12441 Vansants Corner Rd., Kennedyville; $10.60 entry fee, cash voting, raffle, silent auc- tion; Benefits The Animal Care Shelter for Kent County; For info, call 302-304-0551 www.crowvineyardandwinery.com. Mon & Tues, March 16th & 17th 10am-2pm - MVA On Wheels at 848 High St., Chester- town; For list of Motor Vehicle Administra- tion services offered see ad in this week’s issue or call 1-800-950-1MVA. Tues, March 17th 4:30pm - A Reading By Casey Cep at Rose O’Neill Literary House, Washington College, Washington Ave., Chestertown; Call 410-810-5768. Wed, March 18th 5pm-6:30pm - Grason- ville Visioning Workshop at Grasonville Community Center, 5601 Main St., Gra- sonville; QAC’s Comprehensive Plan 2020; www.qacplan2020.com. Fri-Sun, March 20th-April 5th - “Philadel- phia Story” at Church Hill Theatre, 103 Walnut St., Church Hill; Fri’s & Sat’s 8pm, Sun’s 2pm; Tickets $20/adult, $15/mem- ber, $10/student; Call 410-556-6003; Visit www.churchhilltheatre.org. Fri, March 20th 6pm - Annual Quarter Auc- tion at Smyrna High School, 500 Duck Creek Parkway, Smyrna, DE; Doors open 5:30pm; Benefits AFJROTC Cadet Pro- grams; All in paddle $35 until March 19th, $40/door; Paddle $5/ea.; Table rentals available; Children’s activities, drill team and exhibition team shows, raffles, displays & more; www.de942.org/paddle-tickets; shsboosters@de942org.
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