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T idewater Trader September 16, 2020 Page 32 September 21st-27th Your Weekly Horoscope By Sally Brompton SALLY BROMPTON WEEKLY HOROSCOPE Visit Sally at www.sallybrompton.com IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: What do you expect to accomplish over the coming 12 months? If you are a typical Virgo you may have a long list of plans, and that’s good. But don’t forget that quality is better than quantity. Focus on your top three plans and forget about the rest. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): With Mars, your ruling planet, moving through your own sign at the moment you are in no mood to take orders from anyone. But try not to be too abrasive in your attitude. You don’t have to turn each and every situation into a confrontation. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Why are you tormenting yourself with needless anxieties? Whatever the reason you need to get over it quickly because the early days of this week will bring challenges both at home and at work that demand focus and self-belief. Worry less and do more. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): If you have to point out to someone where they have been going wrong at least do so in a way that does not destroy their confidence. You can be a little sharp at times and you need to recognize that not everyone is as robust as you. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): A puzzle that has been annoying you for ages can now be solved, simply by shifting the way you look at it. No doubt you will kick yourself mentally for not having worked it out sooner but don’t be too self- critical – riddles are not your strong point. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Something you have desired for a long time will be given to you with no questions asked over the next few days and no doubt you will wonder what the catch is. But why should there be one? Maybe it’s just that your luck is changing. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): You may be reluctant to take advice from a friend or relative because it means you would have to admit being on the wrong track for weeks if not months. Don’t be so sensitive. Even a Virgo loses the plot occasionally. Be thankful you’ve found it again. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): You may want to achieve something special but as the Sun is coming to the end of its journey through the most sensitive area of your chart you must go easy on yourself. When the Sun enters your sign on Tuesday you’ll get your chance to shine. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): No matter how carefully you have planned what you want to be doing over the next few days something will happen that throws everything into confusion. A better approach would be to take life as it comes and trust that the universe will guide you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): If you can be open-minded about what certain people are up to you may find they confide in you more. However, if you suspect that it might be better not to know their secrets you must let them know, but in a non-judgmental way of course. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): The only thing that has been holding you back of late is a quite irrational fear of the unknown. So if a friend or loved one suggests you go some place new or do something different this week don’t waste time thinking about it – act swiftly and boldly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): A part of you can sense that a new chapter is about to begin, and it’s going to be a good one, but first you need to get certain matters in order. Foremost among those is your financial situation. In a nutshell: spend less and save more. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): You may be reluctant to help someone who comes to you for assistance this week – not least because you have helped them in the past and despaired as they wasted the opportunities you gave them – but don’t harden your heart. This time they may surprise you. People Helping People 410-778-2857 For more information please call You MUST make an appointment by calling 410-778-2857. Thursday, September 17 th • 9am–5pm at Kent County Health Department 125 South Lynchburg Street • Chestertown, MD 21620 Vaccines These will be the required vaccines needed to go back to school. These will be at “No Charge to You”. Back-to-School VOTE 2020 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 Maryland’s General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. (Early voting 7am-8pm Monday, October 26-Monday, November 2, 2020.) REGISTER TO VOTE! The deadline is Tuesday, October 13, 2020 – online or by mail. In Person Book Donations Accepted at Kent County Public Library The Friends of the Kent County Public Library will be accepting in person book donations during the month of September. Book donations must be dropped off at the “Yellow Building” behind the Ches- tertown Branch of the Kent County Public Library that faces Calvert Street through September 30 th on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9am to 1pm and on Thursdays from 9am to 6pm. Acceptable donations include: fiction and non-fiction books of any type in good condition; games; puzzles; DVDs; and audiobooks. Textbooks or encyclopedias or items with mold or mildew will not be accepted. Book donations must be made in person and cannot be left at the library. If you have more than four boxes of books, or if you have any questions, please con- tact friendsofthekcpl@gmail.com or saunderscynthia@gmail.com to schedule a drop off time. Hopes are to be able hold a book sale in 2021. Please follow Friends of the Kent County Public Library on Facebook (@friensdofthekcpl) or check out our web- site friendsofthekcpl.org for more details. D r . T ruth © ear Dr. Truth: I just read that there are now vibrators that canbecontrolled through the inter- net through video games. This means that somebody else in another location could remote your orgasms. Do you think you have to be 18 to purchase? What do you make of this? Double-D Dear Double-D (batteries, that is), I thinkyouHAVEtobe18 forpurchases. Brings a whole new meaning to the words“Playstation”and“Staycation”… AND THAT’S THE TRUTH! Wed, Sept. 16th - Mother Goose on the Loose, Creative Doodling Take Home Kit Virtual Programs with QAC Free Library; Sept. 17th Little Hands Art; Sept. 18th Na- ture Suncatchers Take Home Kit; Sept. 21st Around the Americas; Sept. 22nd Bilingual Story Time; Sept. 23rd Creative Doodling Take Home Kit, Bouncing Babies; All Pro- grams are Virtual Online; Express Hours Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 9:30am-12:30pm; Call 410-758-0980 or 410-643-8161; 121 S. Commerce St., Centreville and 200 Liberty Circle, Stevensville; Visit www.qaclibrary.org. Wed, Sept. 16th - Mid Shore Pro Bono Free Elder Law Clinic in Dorchester County; Call to schedule your free phone consultation 410-690-8128; www.midshoreprobono.org. Thurs, Sept. 17th - Take It With You Activity at Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Rd., Ridgely; Virtual family friendly field guides; Monthly What is in Bloom guides; Grounds open for exploring; Call 410-634-2847; www.adkinsarboretum.org. Thurs, Sept. 17th - Constitution Day & Citizenship Day; Anniversary of the sign- ing of the U.S. Constitution; 410-778-0038, 410-996-5310 or 410-770-8099; More information and details available online 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. Thurs, Sept. 17th & Mon, Sept. 21st 8:30am-12:30pm - Free Covid-19 Testing by appointment only at 514 Washington Ave., #5, Chestertown; Must wear a face covering; Symptoms not required; Doc- tors order not required for ages 18 & older; Doctors order required for under age 18; Must live or work in a Kent County, MD zip code; Testing available every Mon. & Thurs. 8:30am-12:30pm; For appointment call 410-778-1350. Thurs, Sept. 17th - Mid Shore Pro Bono Free Elder Law Clinic in Queen Anne’s County; Call to schedule your freephone consultation 410-690-8128; www.midshoreprobono.org. CANCELLED - Fri, Sept. 18th 8am-6pm & Sat, Sept. 19th 8am-2pm - Rock Hall Lions Club Annual Yard Sale at S. Main St., Rock Hall; Call 410-708-7606 or 410-639-2125. ALWAYS A GREAT RATE with Tidewater Trader

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