Tidewater Trader November 24, 2021 Page B6 Where’s WHERE Last Issue: Gillespie & Son, Inc. Chestertown, Maryland. Winner: Brad Kreider, Chestertown, Maryland. Correctly identify the Where’s Where photo and be entered in a drawing for a fantastic prize! A Tidewater Trader T-Shirt Call Tidewater Trader at 410-778-1262 ext. 2001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct answer for Where’s Where before Friday at 4:00pm and be entered in the random drawing for the prize; please include the name of the town in which you live. Answer and winner’s name will be published in the next issue of Tidewater Trader. Talbot County Women’s Club to host Outdoor Life-Sized Candy Land Adventure Fundraiser Talbot County Women’s Club is hosting an Outdoor Life-Sized Candy Land Adventure fundraiser along with holiday crafts for kids, meet Queen Frostine, raffles, and historic holiday tours on Friday, November 26 th through Sunday, No- vember 28 th at the Talbot County Women’s Club at 18 Talbot Lane in Easton. The classic board game, Candy Land, will be brought to life in downtown Easton offering all ages a chance to navigate thru a life-size, fun- filled journey playing games in magical areas such as the lollypop woods, peppermint for- est, and gumdrop mountain. Travel past the gingerbread house and meet Queen Frostine. Participants gather winning tickets to turn in for special prizes. The fun continues inside the Women’s Club with holiday crafts for kids, raffles, and historic holiday tours, and more. “We tried to make a special event for kids es- pecially since they spent so much time inside last year with the pandemic,” per Nancy Lutes, Club President. “Profits from this magical event will help support the many missions of the club.” The event will be held on November 26 th and 27 th from 10am until 4:30pm and on November 28 th from noon until 4:30pm. Rain Dates are Saturday, December 4 th from 10am until 4:30pm and Sunday, December 5 th from noon until 4:30pm. Tickets sold at the event and the cost is $6 per person. Children under 2 are free. Parking is behind Easton Post Office in the public parking lot. For more information, call 410-310-8919, email email@example.com or visit the website at www.talbotcountywomensclub.org. For more information, please visit www.talbotcountywomensclub.org. “A Dickens of a Christmas” December 3-5, 2021 CHESTERTOWNMaryland www.mainstreetchestertown.org/dickens This holiday favorite is back! Join us downtown December 3-5 for a Dickens of a good time. Some familiar faces are returning, such as the internationally renowned American Rogues. Some new events have been added, such as pony ride and a petting zoo. Come celebrate like it’s 1840, recapturing the fun and spirit of Charles Dickens’ London in historic downtown Chestertown. Friday evening, enjoy an extra festive First Friday with carriage rides, bonfires and beers, and caroling as well as hot cider, mulled wine and lively music byThe American Rogues. Saturday’s fun starts at the Farmers and Artisans’ Market and continues with nonstop entertainment, food and drink, carriage rides, pony rides and more, including a Victorian Dining experience Saturday evening. Sunday morning, “Run/Walk Like the Dickens” in the 5K race through town and enter the kids in the “Dickens Dash”. See the ad in this issue. 7200 Church Hill Road, Chestertown, Maryland 21620 Phone 410-778-2525 • www.anthonysflowers.net Anthony’s Flowers & Landscaping, Inc. For the Holidays... ChristmasTrees (live & cut) Garland Poinsettias Cyclamen Wreaths Live & Artificial Arrangements And more ExtendedWeekend Hours Starting SOON! Call for Holiday Hours! Be champions of the world! RECYCLE With Infinity Recycling - www.infinityrecycling.org - 4 10-928-3333 Volunteers Needed at UM Shore Medical Center - Hospital Gift Shop, Nearly New Shop, Chester River Home Care & Hospice; Interested volunteers call 410-348-5114. Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs Program - For ages birth-21 years with chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions; Call Kent Co. Health Dept. 410-778-2547; Visit www.kenthd.org. Recovery In Motion - Wide range of free services and activities to support recovery and wellness; Groups, meetings, 1-on-1 peer support, assistance, basic computer skills, job search assistance, narcan train- ing, prevention/education, recovery hous- ing, movies and more; 300 Scheeler Rd., Chestertown; Call 410-778-5894 for more information. Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence - For victims of domestic abuse; You can get a protective order; Emergency shel- ters available; Call 1-800-927-4673; Visit www.mscfv.org. Home Educators of the Eastern Shore - Lo- cal support group and cooperative for home schoolers in Kent and Queen Anne’s Coun- ties; www.homeschool-life.com/MD/HEES. Compass - Hospice care, grief support, counseling, Camp New Dawn, workshops, events & more in Kent, Queen Anne’s and Caroline counties; 255 Comet Dr., Cent- reville; Call 443-262-4100; For details visit www.compassregionalhospice.org. Feed the Children and Elderly Initiative - Delivering food and groceries to those in need in Kent County; Social Action for Ra- cial Justice, firstname.lastname@example.org; Donate money at www.sumnerhall.org. Compass in Chestertown - 100 Brown St., Third Floor, Chestertown; 443-262-4100; www.compassregionalhospice.org. SOS Support Our Schools - Parents and concerned citizens fighting for the best possible education for their children; Visit www.kcpssos.com. Chester River Wellness Alliance - Offering health and wellness services and educa- tion; 106 Spring St., Chestertown; Visit www.crwell.org. Overeaters Anonymous - Seeking others to join me in starting meetings in or near Chestertown; RobinF104@yahoo.com.