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T idewater Trader September 16, 2020 Page 34 Local Dirt © Purchase ferns and other house plants now so they can become accustomed to the house conditions before winter sets in. The Mainstay Livestream Concerts Continue Friday, September 18 th with Ken and Brad Kolodner The Mainstay streaming concerts live from Rock Hall continue on Friday, Sep- tember 18 th at 7 pm with father and son duo Ken and Brad Kolodner. 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. Tune into the live feed from The Main- stay for an inviting evening of folk and Americana from father and son duo Ken and Brad Kolodner along with bassist Alex Lacquement. The dy- namic father-son team Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on hammered dulcimer, banjo, fiddles and vocals pushing the boundaries of the American Old-Time tradition into uncharted territory. Re- garded as one of the most influential hammered dulcimer players and Old- Time fiddlers in North America, Balti- more’s Ken Kolodner has joined forces with his son Brad Kolodner, a rising star in the clawhammer banjo world. Together, they infuse their own brand of driving, innovative, tasteful and unique interpretations of traditional and original Old-Time tunes and songs with a “creative curiosity that lets all listeners know that a passion for traditional music yet thrives in every generation.” Concert appearances for Ken & Brad include performances at The Kennedy Center, The Walnut Valley Festival, The Old Songs Festival, The Birchmere, The Charm City Folk and Bluegrass Festival, The Champlain Valley Folk Festival, and The Creative Alliance as well as numerous live radio broadcasts, concerts and festivals along the Eastern seaboard from North Carolina to Vermont and across the country from Wisconsin to Arizona. Prior to performing with his son regularly in 2009, Ken toured and recorded for many years with the legendary world music trio Helicon with Chris Norman and Robin Bullock. “This father-son duo project is both technically impressive and musically tasteful, a lovely exploration of both tradition and creativity (and of a warm musical relationship).” – CD Hotlist. “There must be something special to that father-son thing.” – Sing Out! Tickets are $5 online. Information and advance ticket sales are avail- able on the Mainstay’s website www.mainstayrockhall.org, an d information for supporting The Mainstay through the COVID-19 crisis can be found at www.mainstayrockhall.org/sponsors. Alex Lacquement is joining Ken and Brad Kolodner on September 18 th at 7pm. Level: 1 2 3 4 © 2020 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Media Services. All rights reserved. 9/16/20 Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contain every digit, 1 to 9. 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FIGGY SALAD It’s what’s on the inside that counts Who's Cookin’ With Carla? Tues & Thurs, Sept. 22nd & 24th 5pm- 7pm - Drive-Through Rabies Clinic at Kent County Health Dept., 125 S. Lynchburg St., Chestertown; $10/animal; Bring exact cash or check payable to KCHD; Dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier; Masks required; Register before 8am the day of the clinic at http://bit.ly/RabiesVac or call 410-778-1361. Tues, Sept. 22nd - Mid Shore Pro Bono Free Elder Law Clinic in Wicomico County; Schedule your free consultation 410-690-8128; www.midshoreprobono.org. Wed, Sept. 23rd 5:30pm - Virtual Par- ent Workshop: Transition Planning in Kent County; Sponsored by SECAC: RSVP to the Family Support Resource Center at 410-778-5708 or fsupport@kent.k12.md.us for meeting web link and/or call-in number. Thurs, Sept. 24th - Mid Shore Pro Bono Free Elder Law Clinic in Talbot County; Schedule your free phone consultation 410-690-8128; www.midshoreprobono.org. Fri, Sept. 25th 8am - 26th Annual Golf Tour- nament at Chester River Yacht & Country Club, Quaker Neck Rd., Chestertown; Ad- ditional tee time 1:30pm; Hosted by Ches- ter River Health Foundation; Benefits UM Shore Medical Center at Chestertown; No on-site registrations; To register call 410-810-5661; www.umcrhf.org/events. Fri, Sept. 25th 1pm-4pm - Mid Shore Pro Bono Free Bankruptcy Clinic in Salisbury; Schedule your free phone consultation 410-690-8128; www.midshoreprobono.org. Sat, Sept. 26th 7am-10am - All You Can Eat Breakfast at Chester Lodge #115 A.F. & A.M., 124 Speer Rd., Chestertown; $9/ adult, $4/child; Carryouts available; Social distancing & mask required; 410-708-6281. Sat, Sept. 26th 12pm-4pm - Ducks Unlim- ited Citizens’ Hose Company Gun Bash at Leipsic Vol. Fire Hall, 318 Main St., Leipsic, DE; $40 includes event entry, food and drink, $20 for gun raffle only; Cash bar; Live and silent auctions; Games, raffles and more; Drawings every five minutes; For tickets/info 302-381-8197, 302-245-4780; www.delawaregunbash.com. Sat, Sept. 26th 8am-2pm - Free Household Hazardous Waste, latex paint and electron- ics recycling drop off day at Queen Anne’s County Public Works Facility, 312 Safety Dr., Centreville; Rain or shine; Limited to residents of Caroline, Kent, Queen Anne’s, and Talbot county; No businesses; Call 443-685-4073. 39 Years of Community Service www.tidewatertrader.com AFFORDABLE ADVERTISING THAT WORKS! Call Tidewater Trader at 410-778-1262