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Tidewater Trader February 24, 2021 Page 34 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 March 1 March 2 CHESTERTOWN Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:26am 1:04am 1:40am 2:16am 2:51am 3:27am High 4:57am 5:47am 6:34am 7:20am 8:07am 8:56am 9:48am Low 10:38am 11:33am 12:25pm 1:17pm 2:09pm 3:04pm 4:03pm High 5:52pm 6:38pm 7:22pm 8:05pm 8:47pm 9:30pm 10:14pm Low SWAN CREEK Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:24am 1:00am 1:36am 2:11am 2:47am High 3:56am 4:46am 5:33am 6:19am 7:06am 7:55am 8:47am Low 9:58am 10:53am 11:45am 12:37pm 1:29pm 2:24pm 3:23pm High 4:51pm 5:37pm 6:21pm 7:04pm 7:46pm 8:29pm 9:13pm Low 11:46pm KENT NARROWS Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:17am 12:52am 1:28am High 2:24am 3:14am 4:01am 4:47am 5:34am 6:23am 7:15am Low 8:39am 9:34am 10:26am 11:18am 12:10pm 1:05pm 2:04pm High 3:19pm 4:05pm 4:49pm 5:32pm 6:14pm 6:57pm 7:41pm Low 10:27pm 11:05pm 11:41pm CORSICA RIVER Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:04am 12:42am 1:18am 1:54am 2:29am 3:05am High 4:14am 5:04am 5:51am 6:37am 7:24am 8:13am 9:05am Low 10:16am 11:11am 12:03pm 12:55pm 1:47pm 2:42pm 3:41pm High 5:09pm 5:55pm 6:39pm 7:22pm 8:04am 8:47pm 9:31pm Low TOLCHESTER Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:01am 12:39am 1:15am 1:51am 2:26am 3:02am High 4:12am 5:02am 5:49am 6:35am 7:22am 8:11am 9:03am Low 10:13am 11:08am 12:00pm 12:52pm 1:44pm 2:39pm 3:38pm High 5:07pm 5:53pm 6:37pm 7:20pm 8:02pm 8:45pm 9:29pm Low BETTERTON Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 1:24am 2:05am 2:43am 3:19am 3:55am 4:30am 5:06am High 6:29am 7:19am 8:06am 8:52am 9:39am 10:28am 11:20am Low 12:17pm 1:12pm 2:04pm 2:56pm 3:48pm 4:43pm 5:42pm High 7:24pm 8:10pm 8:54pm 9:37pm 10:19pm 11:02pm 11:46pm Low CRUMPTON Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Low 12:13am 12:54am 1:32am 2:08am 2:44am 3:19am 3:55am High 5:04am 5:54am 6:41am 7:27am 8:14am 9:03am 9:55am Low 11:06am 12:01pm 12:53pm 1:45pm 2:37pm 3:32pm 4:31pm High 5:59pm 6:45pm 7:29pm 8:12pm 8:54pm 9:37pm 10:21pm Low 2021 TIDE TABLES For Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore Week of Feb. 24 - March 2, 2021 WARNING: The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Tide High and Low, Inc. does not warrant, for any use or purpose, the ac- curacy nor completeness of these charts. User hereby agrees to hold harmless The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Tide High and Low, Inc., their officers,directors,employees and agents, from any and all liability for any damages whatsoever,and regardless of cause, to person or property, including third persons,arising from the use of this service.The prudent mariner will never rely on any single aid for navigation.© 2001-2021 Maryland DNR andTide High and Low, Inc. (www.saltwatertides.com ) Free Trees Available for Maryland’s ‘Backyard Buffers’ Waterfront and Streamside Landowners can Reserve Seedlings The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is offering free tree seedlings to landowners in several counties who have a creek, drainage ditch, stream, or other waterway on or near their property through the Backyard Buffers program. Trees and shrubs planted along wa- terways help im- prove water qual- ity by absorbing excess nutrients, lowering peak wa- ter temperatures, reducing sediment, and stabilizing stream banks. Backyard Buffer packet reservations are typically taken during the month of March, with bags available for pickup at a designated local site in time for the spring planting season. A limited number of bags are available each year on a first-come first- served basis. Each “buffer in a bag” contains approximately 25 native bare-root tree and shrub seedlings with species appropriate to their region. Maryland Forest Ser- vice staff will provide information on tree maintenance and planting techniques, in addition to suggestions of other suitable native species at the time of pickup. Quantities are limited so reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Order deadlines, pickup dates, and partner organizations vary by county. Please contact your county coordinator to sign up or for more information. In Cecil County contact Tom Frederick, 410-287-5777, tom.frederick@maryland. gov; In both Kent County and Queen Anne’s County, contact Dan Small, Washington College, 410-708-4479, firstname.lastname@example.org; v isit https:// washcoll.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bfnB7KAGjsKwcQd fo r online sign up; reserve trees by April 1st; or for more information contact Chip Broadwater, 410-490-1284, email@example.com. In Talbot County, contact Jim Harris, 410-479-1623, firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on riparian forest buffers and programs available, visit https://dnr.maryland.gov/forests/Pages/publications/buffers.aspx. Long-term or short-term care, hospice assistance as needed. • Awake Overnight Staff • Private Rooms • We are much less expensive then around-the-clock in-home care. Please Call for Room Availability Rock Hall, MD • Hubbard & Sharon Kendall, Owners 410-639-7378 The Golden Rule Continuing Care Living 6202 Rock Hall Road – Rte 20 Rock Hall, MD 21661 443-496-6135 On Facebook • email@example.com Open February - Thursday thru Sat. Noon - 6pm Open March - Wednesday thru Sat. Noon - 6pm Selkie Books of Rock Hall Who's Cookin’ With Carla? EDDIE BLACK’S ROASTED POTATOES 2 Lbs Red Potatoes, halved then chopped 3 Tbsp Light Olive Oil 1 Tbsp Chopped Fresh Rosemary 1/2 Tsp Garlic Powder 1/2 Cup Chopped Onion Salt and Pepper Toss all ingredients in a large bowl until potatoes are coated. Spread on a baking sheet coatedwith non-stick spray. Bake 30 to35minutes at 425˚F, until potatoes are fork tender. It’s what’s on the inside that counts Through March 8th - Registration open for Honkers Lacrosse; U8-U14 practice starts March 9th, $50/pp; Scoopers prac- tice starts April 1st, $30/pp; Financial as- sistance available; All CDC guidelines for COVID-19 followed by players, coaches and attendees; Register online by visiting www.honkerslacrosse.com. Through March 28th - “Reflections on Heroes of 2020” & “Home is Where the HeART Is” Exhibits at KIFA, 405 Main St., Stevensville; Call 410-643-7424; For more information visit www.kifa.us. Through March 31st - Orders for Free Trees through Maryland Forest Service’s Back- yard Buffer Program “Buffer in a Bag”; For waterfront and streamside landowners; Pickup early April; Quantities limited, Re- serve yours today; Order deadlines &pickup dates vary by county; Details for each coun- ty are available at www.dnr.maryland.gov/ forests/Pages/publications/buffers.aspx. Through March 31st - Samaritan Group Emergency Winter Shelter is open with Covid-19 protocols in place to provide those without overnight shelter a place to sleep and stay warm in local churches staffed by volunteers; During the remain- ing 9 months of the year, emergency overnight shelter is provided at a local motel for those in need; All guests are referred by Kent County Department of Social Services and must remain drug & alcohol free during their stay in the shel- ter; Paid staff, volunteers and donations needed; For paid staff info email james@ chestertownnazarene.org . If you know someone in need call 443-480-3564, Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.samaritangroupkent.org fo r more information. Through August 20th - Send in your hunt- ing and fishing photos for Tidewater Trader’s Hunt Issue; Waterfowl hunting, fishing trips, turkey hunting, deer hunt- ing, youth hunter days, frog gigging, etc.; Email your high resolution tiff or jpeg file to email@example.com w ith “hunt issue photo” in the subject line. Wed, Feb. 24th - Preschool Storytime and Among Us with QAC Free Library; Feb. 25th The Art of Patomine; March 1st Pa- per Clover Wreath; March 2nd Story Time, Reunimos; March 3rd 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., Centreville and 200 Liberty Circle, Stevensville; www.qaclibrary.org.
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