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Tidewater Trader October 20, 2021 Page 34 Osprey Point • The Kitchen at the Imperial 98 Cannon Riverfront Grille Luisa’s Cucina Italiana Chester River Yacht & Country Club • Germaine’s Bluebird Tavern • Watershed • The Fish Whistle PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS The Kitchen at the Imperial 208 High St., Chestertown MD Saturday, October 23 rd 12pm-3pm Che s t e r t own Ro t a r y C l ub ’ s 2021 Soup S ip & Crab Soup Competition &Wine Tasting YOU BE THE JUDGE OF KENT COUNTY’S BEST CRAB SOUP! Proceeds benefit KCPS “One School, One Book” Galena Elementary School $25 includes a wine glass, 10 tastings & 1 raffle ticket If Your Birthday Is This Week: You may need to be a bit pushy over the coming year, because that is the only way you are going to get others to take you seriously. Let the world see you have no intention of being average, that excellence is the least you are aiming for. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): Go all out to impress people this week – do something so extraordinary and outstanding that your efforts can no longer be ignored. Authority figures are watching you closely and if they like what they see you’ll be on your way to the top very soon. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Put yourself about a bit more over the next few days, because if you stay where you are life could get a bit dull. You don’t need to ask anyone’s permission to come and go as you please, so follow your heart – and don’t forget to move your feet! GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): A short-term lack of cash must not be allowed to hold you back from taking part in something that appeals to your sense of fun. You’ll find a way to pay your share, so say “yes” to what’s being proposed – and have the time of your life. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): By all means help a friend in need this week but make sure they are not making things seem worse than they are just to get your sympathy. Because you are such a generous soul, less scrupulous types tend to take advantage of you. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): You of all people know that talk is cheap and it’s action that gets things done, so resist the urge to get into deep conversations with family and friends and use your energy to move things along both at home and at work. Make it a week to remember. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): Some people will never reach the kind of exalted standards you set for yourself and the sooner you accept that fact the sooner you can find ways to work round it. Make sure the tasks you give to others are within their range of capabilities. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): There is the potential for conflict over the next few days but that does not mean you are fated to fall out with friends and loved ones. It might reduce the friction a bit if you curb your tendency to tell others exactly what you think of them! SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): The more you have been held back from doing what it is you are most interested in the more you will delight in doing it this week. This is your time of year and no force on Earth can stop you from moving confidently towards your goal. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): It might be wise to give a bit more thought to a plan that clearly leaves a lot to chance. Yes, of course, you enjoy being put to the test but the line between success and failure is narrower than you think. Do you really want to risk it? CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Find ways to insulate yourself from all the fussing and fighting that is going on around you. A few minutes each morning spent in quiet contemplation could be the best investment you make, so calm your mind and avoid loud and inharmonious people. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): You have a great deal to smile about at the moment and will find even more reasons to be cheerful if you get out into the world and meet new and interesting people. A more laidback attitude to life will do you the world of good. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): While others are struggling to get their act together it will all come easy to you. You’ll be in one of those moods where not even earthquakes and exploding volcanoes can faze you. Do what you can to help less mellow types calm down a bit too. sally brompton Weekly Horoscope Your weekly horoscope by Sally Brompton • October 25-31, 2021 visit sally at www.sallybrompton.com DONATIONS RECEIVED Tuesdays 10-2 • OPEN: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10-4 . Saturday 9-1 320 High Street, Corner of High & Spring Street, by Fountain Park • 410-778-1781 Nearly New Shop Come visit, take advantage of our weekly sales NICE SELECTION OF STUDENT/COLLEGE CLOTHING Funds raised are for the benefit of the UM Shore Medical Center @ Chestertown October 20 th through November 3 rd 50% OFF Women’s Sweaters & Shirts Men’s Pants 10% STUDENT DISCOUNT ––– MASKS REQUIRED ––– TURNING 65? Confused about all the Medicare Terms & Options? Let Me Help You! Specializing in Medicare Supplemental Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Part-D Plans, Dental and Vision, Long Term Care, and Life Insurance Call Anne Today for an Appointment 410-708-0899 . anthonyins17@gmail.com Serving Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delaware Anthony Insurance Services Anne M. Anthony Every Sat 8am-12pm - Chestertown Farm- er’s Market on High St. in downtown Ches- tertown; Fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs, herbs, breads, soaps, plants, flowers, dog treats, beef, pork, chicken, lamb, seafood, cheese, wine, butter, baked goods, ber- ries, jam, alpaca & wool products, artisans, crafters, and much more; For details visit www.chestertownfarmersmarket.org. Every Sat 8am-1pm - Easton Farmer’s Market at 100 N. Harrison St., municipal parking lot, Easton; Rain or shine; Visit www.avalonfoundation.org. Every Tues 6pm - Insight Meditation Com- munity of Chestertown meditation group meets at Unitarian Universalist Fellow- ship, Gateway Drive, Chestertown; Call 410-778-1746; For more information please visit www.imc-chestertown.org. Through Oct. 31st - Farm to Fork Fitness Adventures Self Guided Tours; Multiple distance options and routes; $69.99/pp, no refunds, can be transferred to 2022 if impacted by local COVID guidelines; www.farmtoforkfitness.com/destinations/ marylands-eastern-shore. Through Nov. 3rd - 50% Off women’s sweaters and shirts nd men’s pants at the Nearly New Shop, 320 High St. (corner of High & Spring Sts.), Chestertown; Mon/ Wed/Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 9am-1pm; Ben- efits UM Shore Medical Center at Chester- town; Call 410-778-1781. Through Nov. 5th - Submit your original art work for the annual Maryland Migra- tory Game Bird Stamp design contest; Up to 3 entries per person; Details at www. news.maryland.gov/dnr; S end artwork and fees to Chris Markin, 828 B Airpax Rd., Suite 500, Cambridge, MD 21613. Wed, Oct. 20th - Diving Into the Past at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels; Oct. 21st Maryland Dove Shipyard Tour; Oct. 22nd National Exhibition of the American Society of Ma- rine Artists Opening; Oct. 23rd Who, What, Where and Weather STEAM Program, Art on the Bay; Oct. 26th Sunset Yoga, Homeschool Day; Miles River Cruises; Call 410-745-4941; For more information visit www.cbmm.org. UM Shore Regional Health - Accepting do- nations of essential supplies for front line care providers, Details are available online a tat www.umms.org/covidhelp. Farmers Wagon - An online farm-to-door market that offers a fast and easy way for local food products to be delivered directly to your door; Plac eorders online by visiting www.farmerswagon.org. Through Oct. 31st - Group Photo Show at Kent Island Federation of Arts, 405 Main St., Stevensville; Nov. 3rd-28th Nature’s Bounty; Call 410-643-7424; www.kifa.us. Through Oct. 31st - ShoreRivers 2021 Photo Contest; Categories are wildlife, waterways, human interaction with nature, agriculture/restoration; Details online at www.shorerivers.org/photo-contest. Email your organization’s event to classifieds@tidewatertrader.com

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