Tidewater Trader

T idewater Trader September 30, 2020 Page 34 Send Birthday and Anniversary Wishes to your loved ones — even your pets! — in Tidewater Trader! Prices start at $20. Call George today! 410-778-1262 ext. 2002 or email george@tidewatertrader.com We love you Bodkin! Andso theadventurebegins… Follow your dreams! Kent County High School Class of 2020 Congratulations Logan Pinder! Happy 50 th Kathy and Jim! Lookin’ Great at 78! Happy Birthday Jack! Lisa McDonald, CRNP Certifying Practitioner Primary Clinician/Member 443-666-0711 12502 Augustine Herman Hwy, Unit 1 Kennedyville, MD Eastern Shore MediCann Clinic, LLC Your Certifying Practitioner for Medical Marijuana easternshoremedicann.com easternshoremedicann@gmail.com Call 410-810-2133 Peggy Clothier, R.N. Now enrolling additional caregivers Helping Hands of Kent County, LLC Helping those in need of companionship and care at home October 5th-11th Your Weekly Horoscope By Sally Brompton SALLY BROMPTON WEEKLY HOROSCOPE Visit Sally at www.sallybrompton.com IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK: The message of your birthday chart is that you need to dig deeper into life’s mysteries and discover what your special purpose is supposed to be. Once you have discovered that purpose a whole new world of possibilities will open up before you. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Your luck is changing, and for the better. Most importantly, people who have stood in your way before will now clear a path for you and encourage you to express yourself. Don’t doubt their good intentions, they really do want to see you succeed. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): There is no point panicking about a situation that you can in no way influence or control. Resign yourself to the fact that you will have to go along for the ride, and find ways to enjoy it. Maybe it won’t be as tedious or traumatic as you fear. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): Try not to be too overbearing when dealing with people on a professional level. Yes, it may annoy you that you have to spell everything out to them in simple language, but not everyone has the ability to grasp a situation as quickly as you. Make allowances. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): The area where you have been held back themost in recent months is the areawhere you will now make the most progress. It’s as if a dam has burst and the water is now flooding through. Throw yourself into it and let it carry you upstream. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): You have always been the sort to focus on the bigger picture, and that’s good, but the downside is you sometimes neglect to take notice of the kind of details that can hold you back. Don’t make that mistake this week. Big things have small beginnings. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): You have a choice to make: you can either adapt to changing circumstances or you can resist and hope you are strong enough to keep things as they are. The first option is by far the most sensible. Go with the flow – and enjoy where it takes you. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): Don’t worry if you find yourself in a spot of bother this week because your guardian angel will come to your rescue. It would be far better, of course, if you didn’t take the kind of silly risks that got you into this position in the first place. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): You may not care too much about how other people see you but the planets indicate it will be in your interests this week to put your best foot forward and make a good impression. Someone important is watching you closely. Make sure they like what they see. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): Your confidence may be high at the moment but don’t get so carried away with your own brilliance that you make the sort of silly mistake that loses you money. Just because you’ve got away with it in the past does not guarantee it will happen again. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Keep your cool no matter how provocative certain people may be. Your rivals know that the only way they are going to beat you is if you let your emotions get the better of you, which is why they are trying to stir things up. Don’t fall for it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): The most important thing now is that you don’t believe what others tell you without checking the facts for yourself. Even someone who has never let you down before could have got the wrong end of the stick. They’re not perfect, and neither are you. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): You can never have too many friends but you cannot possibly please all of your friends all of the time. The more demands others make on you this week the more you need to impress on them that they don’t own you. Even friendship has its limits. Wed, Sept. 30th - Origami Galaxy with Kent County Public Library, 408 High St., Chestertown; Oct. 2nd Autumn To Do List; Oct. 5th Author Lisa See; Oct. 6th Jon Meacham; Oct. 8th Kenyatta Berry; Library to go Mon-Fri; Call 410-778-3636; www.kentcountylibrary.org. Wed, Sept. 30th - Virtual Winnie Estelle’s 100 Years Illustrated Talk with Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels; Oct. 2nd Traditional Rope Fenders; Oct. 3rd Guided Paddle & Tasting; Oct. 7th Sunset Yoga, Reflections of David Harp; Rising Tide Program for grades 6-9; Call 410-745-4941; www.cbmm.org. Wed, Sept. 30th - Creative Doodling Take Home Kit and Mother Goose on the Loose Virtual Programs with QAC Free Library; Oct. 1st Zoom Book Discussion, Three Lit- tle Pigs; Oct. 2nd Catapult and Craft Take Home Kit, Story Starters; Oct. 5th Around the Americas, One Maryland One Book; Oct. 6th Story Time; Oct. 7th Creativebug Crocheted Granny Squares, Bouncing Babies; All Programs 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., Cen- treville and 200 Liberty Circle, Stevensville; www.qaclibrary.org. Thurs, Oct. 1st - Take It With You Activity at Adkins Arboretum, 12610 Eveland Rd., Ridgely; Virtual “Birds, Bees and Dandelion Seeds” field trip program; 410-634-2847; www.adkinsarboretum.org. Thurs, Oct. 1st - Perspective for Painters Made Easy and Craft Show Zoom at Acad- emy Art Museum, 114 N. Washington St., Easton; Oct. 2nd-30th Every FridayOutdoor Open Studio; Art Tours Every Wed; Every Fri Virtual Studio Visit; Call 410-822-2787; www.academyartmuseum.org. Thurs, Oct. 1st & Mon, Oct. 5th 8:30am- 12:30pm - Free Covid-19 Testing by ap- pointment only at 514 Washington Ave., #5, Chestertown; Must wear a face cover- ing; Symptoms not required; Doctors 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, Oct. 1st - Deadline for course pro- posals for the spring semester of WC-ALL; New ideas welcome; Spring semester be- gins Jan. 31, 2021; Submit proposals to wc_all@washcoll.edu; 41 0-778-0900. Thurs-Sun, Oct. 1st-11th 8pm - “Magic in a Box” virtual presentation on Zoom brings illusionist Max Major to Church Hill The- atre; Ticket $45/adult, $30/student; Call 410-556-6003; www.churchhilltheatre.org. Fri, Oct. 2nd 5pm-7pm - First Friday Celebration in Downtown Chester- town; Extended shopping hours; Visit www.downtownchestertown.org. Fri, Oct. 2nd 5pm-7pm - Curbside Shrimp and Pulled Pork Dinners at Goldsboro Vol- unteer Fire Company; Pre-sale only, din- ners will NOT be available for purchase at the door; Shrimp $12/lb., Pulled Pork $8/ lb., Cole Slaw $6/qt., Baked Beans $4/qt., Pack of 4 Dinner Rolls $2; All orders must be submitted by Sept. 29th; Order online at https://forms.pabbly.com/form/share/ iWLh-439959; Phone orders call Jody Luck- ett at 410-253-6114; More information is available online at www.goldsboro700.com. Tidewater Trader accepts ALWAYS A GREAT RATE With Tidewater Trader