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T idewater Trader September 9, 2020 Page 35 The Mainstay Livestream Concerts Continue Friday, September 11 th with Jeff Antoniuk and Helluvaband The Mainstay streaming concerts live from Rock Hall continue on Friday, Sep- tember 11 th at 7 pm with saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk and Helluvaband. All concerts are streamed live from Kent County’s favorite live music venue via a private uplink that is available through The Mainstay’s website. Jeff Antoniuk & Helluvaband is one of the most aptly named jazz groups on the scene today. This collection of players have shared the stage with legends like Chick Corea, Marcus Miller, Helen Sung, The Brecker Brothers and many more. Individually, they’ve won Grammy’s, played at the White House, and toured across the globe. This is truly a hell of a band. Their first album, “Flow” was released last year to rave reviews. The album generated interest at the University of Virginia, where the band was brought in as Artists In Residence, to teach concepts and music from the record- ing. The band, while all consummate performers, are also some of the top jazz educators in the country today, working with www.JazzWire.net, T ow- son University, and The Berklee School of Music. The music for their Mainstay concert will be selected from the Flow album, and from many of the great jazz standards that comprise their sizable repertoire. Led by saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk, the band will feature guitarist John Lee, bass- ist Max Murray, and drummer Frank Russo. Tickets are $5 online. Information and advance ticket sales are avail- able on the Mainstay’s website www.mainstayrockhall.org, a nd information for supporting The Mainstay through the COVID-19 crisis can be found at www.mainstayrockhall.org/sponsors. Jenn Antoniuk and Helluvaband Please Call 410-639-2110 Or Visit Www.springcove.us For More Information O N B E A U T I F U L S W A N C R E E K 2021 DOCKAGE AVAILABLE AT 2014 PRICES! (Limited Availability) Spring Cove Marina PLAN AHEAD Maryland voters have one of three ways to vote this fall: Absentee (or “mail in”) ballot (no reason required), Early Voting at the polls Monday, October 26 th thru Monday, November 2 nd , or Traditional Election Day voting in person on Tuesday, November 3 rd . Your Vote Your Voice strongly encourages you to request a mail-in ballot. Ballots will not be automatically sent to voters. To receive an absentee bal- lot, you must apply for a ballot. All registered Maryland voters should expect to receive a form in the mail shortly to apply for an absentee ballot, unless already requested. Vot- ers choose how to receive that ballot – by mail, fax, or download from the State’s website https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html. The deadline for applications is October 13 th . Completed ballots may be mailed back or deposited in a ballot drop box at: Kent County Board of Elections, 135 Dixon Drive, Chestertown (Phone: 410-778-0038); Kent County Public Library, 408 High Street, Chester- town; Queen Anne’s County Board of Elections, 110 Vincit Street, Centreville (Phone: 410-758-0832); Kent Island Fire Department, 1610 Main Street, Chester. The deadline to register to vote in the November election is October 13 th . Go to the website https://voter services.elections.maryland.gov/OnlineVoterRegistration/InstructionsStep1 or call a Board of Elections of- fice. You may also register at the polls. This website can also verify voter registration status. Information is also available at https://www.yourvoteyourvoicemd.org/. You r vote matters! yourvoteyourvoicemd. org Your Vote Your Voice: Important Information for Voters 2020 Dates to Remember The observance of all Jewish holidays begins at sundown the previous day. September 7 Labor Day (Mon.) 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance (Fri.) 13 Grandparents Day (Sun.) 17 Citizenship Day (Thurs.) 19 Rosh Hashanah (Sat.) 27 Yom Kippur (Sun.) Fri, Sept. 11th 7pm - Jeff Antoniuk & Hellu- va Band live broadcast online with The Mainstay; Ticket $5; Call 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org. Fri, Sept. 11th 4pm Until Sold Out - Spa- ghetti Dinner at Crumpton Vol. Fire Dept., 300 Third St., Crumpton; Take out only; Spaghetti with sauce, salad, roll, dessert $8/ea.; Sponsored by CVFD Aux.; Call 410-778-6100. POSTPONED - Sat, Sept. 12th 8pm-11pm - Live Band at Millington VFW Post #652, 30922 River Rd.; Public welcome; Call 410-928-3234. Sat, Sept. 12th 9am-3pm - Annual Char- lie Joiner Memorial Decoy Show at Galena Vol. Fire Co., 90 E. Cross St., Galena; De- coys, fishing lures, shell boxes, fishing and hunting licenses, oyster cans and more; $5/ admission; Benefits “Charlie Joiner/Charlie Bryan Investment Account” at Havre de Grace Decoy Museum; Call 410-708-7011. Sun, Sept. 13th 10am-3pm - 20th annual James Walls Memorial Scholarship Shoot at The Sudlersville Skeet Club, 1240 Du- hamel Corner Rd., Sudlersville; 75 targets, lunch and a chance to win a Winchester SXP 12-gauge shotgun; Trophies, side drawing; $50/adult, $30/under age 16; Benefits Sudlersville Ruritan Club; To reg- ister call 410-739-6927 or 443-480-1259. Mon, Sept. 14th 8am - 1st Annual Golf Tournament at Prospect Bay Country Club, 311A Prospect Dr. W, Grasonville; 8am Check in & breakfast; 9am Tee of scram- ble; 1pm Lunch; Prizes, raffles, silent auc- tion & more; Benefits Sudlersville Ruritan Club; $200/player, $700/foursome, $50/ lunch only, $100/hole sponsor; Players and sponsors needed; Call 410-490-7678 or 410-480-1125. Mon’s, Sept. 14th, 21st & 28th 5pm-8pm - Virtual Boater Safety Course presented by Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum; $25/non-members, $20/CBMM members; Details and links for online learning sent to registrants prior to program; Registration required at www.cbmm.org/boatersafety. Mon, Sept. 14th - Monday Night Live on Facebook; Weekly free shows with The Mainstay at www.facebook.com/main- stayrockhall; Call 410-639-9133; Visit www.mainstayrockhall.org. Tues, Sept. 15th 6pm - Corvette Enthu- siasts meet at Procolino’s, Kent Plaza, Chestertown; Meetings third Tues of every month; m.waal@atlanticbb.net. Tues, Sept. 15th 6pm-8:30pm - 206 Tues- days at Six Open Mic at QAC Centre for the Arts, 206 S. Commerce St., Centrev- ille; Free; All welcome; Acoustic musicians, writers, poets, etc.; RSVP 410-758-2520; www.queenannescountyarts.com. Thurs, Sept. 17th - Constitution Day & Citi- zenship Day; Anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution; Call 410-778-0038, 410-758-0832, or 410-996-5310; Visit www.kentcountyelections.org. Thurs, Sept. 17th 9am-5pm - Back to School Vaccines at Kent County Health Department, 125 S. Lynchburg St., Ches- tertown; Free; Must make an appointment by calling 410-778-2857. CANCELLED - Fri, Sept. 18th 8am-6pm & Sat, Sept. 19th 8am-2pm - Rock Hall Lions Club Annual Yard Sale at S. Main St., Rock Hall; No early birds; Donations needed, no clothes accepted; Drop off donations on Sept. 17th 8am-6pm; Benefits Rock Hall Lions Club charities; Call 410-708-7606 or 410-639-2125. Fri-Sun, Sept. 18th-20th - Massey 1-26 Glider Fun Meet at Massey Aerodrome, 33541 Maryland Line Rd., Massey; Camp- ing on site, no hookups; Glider rides; Call 301-758-7238; www.masseyaero.org. Fri, Sept. 18th 7pm - Ken and Brad Kolodner live broadcast online with The Mainstay; Ticket $5; Call 410-639-9133; www.mainstayrockhall.org. continued on next page AW: Happy 62! ALWAYS A GREAT RATE with Tidewater Trader SATISFACTION through Service • Thursday, Sept. 17: Constitution Day and Citizenship Day - Anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. • Tuesday, Oct. 13: Deadline to register to vote in the General Election. • Thursday, Oct. 15: Deadline for write-in candidates to file a Certificate of Candidacy. Only filed write-in candidates will have their votes reported on the official canvass. • Tuesday, Oct. 20: Deadline for a registered voter to request a mail-in ballot; request must be received by October 20. • Monday, Oct. 26: Early Voting for the General Election Begins, 7am-8pm for eight consecutive days. • Monday, Nov. 2: Early Voting for General Election Ends. • Tuesday, Nov. 3: General Election Day. - Deadline for mail-in ballots to be mailed or dropped in a designated drop location by 8pm. If you mail your ballot, it must be postmarked on or before November 3, 2020 to be counted. Maryland Election Information 2020 2020 Election Timeline For More Information About Registration and Voting: Kent County Board of Elections Office 410-778-0038 • www.kentcountyelections.org Queen Anne’s County Board of Elections Office 410-758-0832 • www.qacelections.com Cecil County Board of Elections Office 410-996-5310 • www.ccgov.org/election_bd or Talbot County Board of Elections Office 410-770-8099 www.talbotcountymd.gov/index.php?page=Election_Board