Tidewater Trader

Tidewater Trader July 21, 2021 Page 38 www.TidewaterTrader.com On newsstands throughout Kent, Queen Anne’s and Cecil Counties in Maryland and in Middletown, Delaware. And Online! Pick up or browse a copy today! Tidewater Trader is with you wherever you are – at home or on the go! With you everywhere and Always Free! Your Life, Your Loves, Your Dreams and Desires by World-Renowned Astrologer Sally Brompton • Love • Survival • Relationships • Health • Money • Career • Pets • Your Future • Lifelines • Lunar Gardening Discover more about yourself at www.sallybrompton.com Local Dirt © Use Diatomaceous Earth to control crawling insects such as cockroaches, ants, slugs, silverfish, earwigs, fleas, spiders, millipedes, centipedes, and carpet beetles. Use indoors and outdoors. Target Rich Training Firearms & Personal Protection Training James Miller, MSP/NRA Certified Instructor • Kennedyville, Maryland • 410-924-4635 jmcdt7@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/target.rich Maryland HQLTraining • Maryland Wear & Carry (Concealed Carry) Customized Firearms Courses & Instruction Beginner to Advanced Firearms Training Learn from a Personal Protection Specialist Get Hands-On with the Construction of the Maryland Dove The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is pleased to offer the public a chance to be a part of history and join CBMM shipwrights this fall as they build Maryland Dove, a reproduction of the vessel that accompanied the first European settlers to Maryland in 1634. Scheduled for Saturdays August 21 st , October 16 th , Novembver 13 th , and De- cember 18 th , from 10am to 4pm, guests are invited to CBMM’s working Shipyard to hone their woodworking skills while helping to craft pieces of the new Mary- land Dove . Currently under construction at CBMM, the vessel is owned by the state of Maryland and operated and maintained by Historic St. Mary’s City. To learn more about the project, visit www.marylanddove.org. Projects will include the construction of the interior cabin doors, the grated hatch cover, and the binnacle. The cost to participate in any of these workdays is $55, with a 20% discount offered to CBMM members. For additional details and to register, visit www.cbmm.org/shipyardprograms. CBMM members play a critical role in supporting CBMM’s rich legacy of edu- cational programs, fascinating and ever-changing exhibitions, and maintenance of the largest collection of Chesapeake Bay watercraft in the world, and have access to exclusive discounts, perks, and programming. To learn more about becoming a CBMM member, visit www.cbmm.org/membership. For more information, visit www.marylanddove.org. SATISFACTION through Service Thurs, July 22nd & Mon, July 26th 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 req’d; Doctors order not req’d for ages 18 & older; Doctors order required for under age 18; Testing available every Mon. & Thurs. 8:30am-12:30pm; For appt. call 410-778-1350. Thurs-Sat, July 22nd-31st - Delaware State Fair at 18500 S. DuPont Highway, Harrington, DE; Call 302-398-3269; Visit www.delawarestatefair.com. Thurs, July 22nd 7pm-8pm - Festival Fo- rum from the National Music Festival fea- turing associate professor of flute and soloist Jennifer Parker-Harley in a live discussion via Zoom; Register online at www.nationalmusic.us. Fri & Sat, July 23rd & 24th 8pm-1-pm - Short Attention Span Theatre 10 minute play festival at Garfield Center for the Arts, 210 High St., Chestertown; 410-810-2060; www.garfieldcenter.org. Fri, July 23rd - Full Buck Moon Paddle at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels; July 24th Learn the Art of Caulking, Art on the Bay; July 26th Virtual Trivia Night; July 28th Member Night Photographing the Bay; July 31st Log Ca- noe Cruise, Art on the Bay; Every Fri, Sat & Sun Through Oct. Miles River Cruises; Summer Camps; Rising Tide Program for grades 6-9; Call 410-745-4941; For more information and details on registration visit www.cbmm.org. Fri, July 23rd - Travelling Workshop at Academy Art Museum, 114 N. Washington St., Easton; July 26th Animals in Art; July 27th Intermediate Drawing for Teens; July 31st En Plein Air; Last Sat. Monthly Plein Air; Homeschool Mini Sessions; Summer Camps; Piano & Guitar Lessons; Voice Les- sons; Call 410-822-2787; For more informa- tion visit www.academyartmuseum.org. Fri, July 23rd - Steamed Shrimp Dinner with two sides at Elks Lodge #2474, 8631 Bell Rose Lane, off Rt. 20, Chestertown; Call for more information about this and other Elks Lodge events 410-778-6370. Fri-Sat, July 23rd-31st - Cecil County Fair at Fair Hill Fairgrounds, 4640 Telegraph Road, Elkton; Visit www.cecilcountyfair.org for more information or call 410-392-3440. Fri, July 23rd 7pm - The 3D Jazz Trio at The Mainstay, 5753 Main St., Rock Hall; $20 online, $25 at door; 410-639-9133; Visit www.mainstayrockhall.org fo r details on this and other upcoming concerts. Sat, July 24th 8pm-11pm - “Bordertown” at Millington VFW Post #652, 30922 River Rd.; Public welcome; Find us on Facebook; Send emails and questions to vfwpost652@gmail.com; Fo r more informa- tion call 410-928-3234 or 410-438-3709. Sat, July 24th 2pm - Open Audition for Clue: On Stage at Garfield Center for the Arts, 210 High St., Chestertown; Callbacks TBD; 410-810-2060; www.garfieldcenter.org.

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