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Outdoor Sculpture Invitational on View through September at Adkins Arboretum There are glittering crystals, lichens crocheted from yarn and rivers of sticks glowing brilliant red under the green leaves of the Adkins Arboretum forest. After a year’s postponement due to the COVID-19 shutdown, once again the wood- land trails are full of surprises as the Outdoor Sculpture Invitational returns. Responding to the show’s theme, Artists in Dialogue with Landscape, seven artists from the mid-Atlantic region and Califor- nia have created eight sculptures along the wooded paths. The show is on view June 1 st through September 30 th . On Sat- urday, July 10 th , the artists will talk about their work during a guided sculpture walk from 3 rd to 5pm. As might be expected as we emerge from months of quarantine, the pandemic has deeply affected these artists. One of the show’s most playful works, “Containment Conundrum,” is also one of the most seri- ous. Artist Jillian Storms, assisted by her daughter, Katherine Elicker, used the spiky seedpods of sweetgum trees to call to mind the uncertainty surrounding the spread of COVID. “Shelter in Place,” by Bridgette Guerzon Mills, is a cozy pair of chairs and a small table tucked under a pine tree. While not specifically about the quarantine, “Chorus,” by Marc Ro- barge presents a ring of branches sprouting strange ceramic pods that look al- most as if they are singing. “Frozen,” by artist Melissa Burley, considers another pressing issue – climate change. Several of the artists explore natural cycles of death and renewal. For “An End- ing Is a Beginning,” Elizabeth Miller McCue wound vines sprouting hundreds of green patinated bronze leaves in and out of two fallen trees to conjure the irrepressible urge of nature to renew itself. In his second sculpture, “Seeds of Light,” Robarge also focused on nature’s potential by hanging seed-like shapes made of ceramic and stained glass from a cedar arched over the mossy path. In two large sculptures titled “Wood about Wood I & II,” Bozman, artist Georgia Goldberg and her collaborator, Marco Hyman-Romero, highlighted two large fallen trees by laying bright red sticks along their sides. This show is part of Adkins Arboretum’s ongoing exhibition series of work on natural themes by regional artists. It is on view through September 30 th at the Arboretum Visitor’s Center located at 12610 Eveland Road near Tuckahoe State Park in Ridgely. Contact the Arboretum by calling 410-634-2847, or send an email to info@adkinsarboretum.org fo r more information “Chorus,” by Falls Church, Va., artist Marc Robarge, is among the works on view through September as part of Adkins Ar- boretum’s Outdoor Sculpture Invitational. UM SRH and Chesapeake College Offering COVID-19 Testing Until June 23 rd University of Maryland Shore Regional Health, in partnership with Chesapeake College, will continue offering free COVID-19 testing, moved from Mondays to Wednesdays, ending on June 23 rd . Testing takes place at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center building, located at 1000 College Circle in Wye Mills. COVID-19 testing is available by appointment only from 8:30am to 11:30am on June 2 nd , 9 th , 16 th and 23 rd . To schedule an appointment for a free COVID-19 test, individuals should visit www.umms.org/shore/coronavirus/testing-locations an d follow the link to “Schedule a free COVID test online. People do not need to have symptoms or a doctor’s order to schedule a COVID test, but must bring a photo ID to their appointment. Turnaround time for results is typically 48 to 72 hours. Patients can access to their results via My Portfolio, UM SRH’s online health portal, but a nurse also will call all patients who test positive as well as those who test negative and have not accessed their results through the online portal. UM SRH and Chesapeake College first partnered in August 2020 to offer com- munity-based COVID-19 testing, and during the height of the pandemic, con- ducted more than 500 tests weekly, with approximately 10,000 COVID-19 tests administered since that time. MOVIE THEATRES IN THE REGION Easton Premier Cinemas Easton, MD 21601 . 410-822-9950 http://www.tritonmovies.com Westown Movies Middletown, DE 19709 . 302-378-2436 http://www.westownmovies.com AMC Dover 14 Dover, DE 19901 . 302-734-5249 https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/philadelphia/amc-classic-dover-14 Ultimate Annapolis Mall 11 Annapolis, MD 21401 . 410-224-1145 http://www.bowtiecinemas.com/annapolis-mall-11/ Harbour 9 Annapolis, MD 21401 . 410-224-1145 http://www.bowtiecinemas.com/harbour-9/ Fri, June 18th - Italian Dinner at Elks Lodge #2474, 8631 Bell Rose Lane, off Rt. 20, Chestertown; Call 410-778-6370 for more information. Fri, June 18th 6pm-9pm - Black Union of Kent County Juneteenth Celebration at Fountain Park, downtown Chestertown; Block Party with Dell Foxx and Company; Celebrating history, culture and achieve- ments; Email blackunionkc@gmail.com. Sun-Sat, June 20th-26th - ShoreRivers Solstice Celebration; Group expeditions, online auction, free livestream concert with Philip Dutton and the Alligators; Details at www.shorerivers.org/event/solstice. Mon, June 21st 6pm - Town of Galena Park & Tree Committee Meeting at 101 S. Main St., Galena; Call 410-648-5151; Visit www.townofgalena.com. Mon, June 21st 6pm - Town of Galena Planning & Zoning Meeting at 101 S. Main St., Galena; Call 410-648-5151. Mon-Thurs, June 21st-July 1st - Free Swimming Lesssons with SOS Sink or Swim in St. Michaels and Easton; 18 mos. -18 yrs; Register by June 10th; Visit www.sossinkorswim.org. Fri, June 18th 7pm - Seth Kibel Trio Livestreamed from The Mainstay; $10/ Streaming pass; Live shows resume in July; Tickets www.mainstayrockhall.org; For info only, call 410-639-9133. Sat, June 19th 12pm-5pm - Shuck Yeah at Bohemia Bay Yacht Harbor, 1026 Town Point Rd., Chesapeake City; Oysters, local craft beer, & more; Rain/shine; No walk-ins; Advanced tickets only www.localtryp.com Sat, June 19th 9am - Blueberry Boogie 5K Walk/Run at Godfrey’s Farm, 302 Lea- ger Rd., Sudlersville; Benefits the Mary- land Food Bank; Call 410-438-3509; Visit www.godfreysfarm.com f or registration information. Sat, June 19th 12pm-8pm - Black Union of Kent County Juneteenth Celebration Block Party at Wilmer Park, Cross St., Chester- town; Featuring Candlelight Visual Service; Karen Somerville & The 3DC Band; Family fun, educational, African art, local artists, vendors; Email blackunionkc@gmail.com. Sun, June 20th 8:30am - Tack Swap at Caroline Co. 4-H Park, 8230 Detour Rd., Denton; All vendors welcome, must bring own setup; Held in conjunction with DAHA Father’s Day Special Show; 302-526-6944.

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