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Tidewater Trader November 24, 2021 Page B12 Chestertown’s Annual Dickens Festival Promises Holiday Fun with a British Accent Main Street Chester- town’s fourth annual Dickens of a Christmas weekend, December 3 rd through 5 th in the historic downtown district, promises non- stop entertainment, authentic British foods, hand-crafted gifts, and a Victorian streetscape to transport visitors back to 1840’s London. The weekend kicks off December 3 rd at 5pm with a fabulous First Friday celebration. Chestertown’s shops and businesses will stay open late to welcome visitors. Horse-drawn carriages will carry guests past 18 th and 19 th century homes, and fire pits will help keep everyone warm for a night of enter- tainment that includes North America’s Celtic Band the American Rogues, beer and mulled wine, and food from local vendors. The festivities continue on Saturday morning at 10am with the “London Row” artisans tent with a wide variety of hand-crafted seasonal and Victorian themed gifts and treats. Food vendors will offer traditional and seasonal fare, from Fish & Chips and Ham & Chutney sandwiches to oysters. In addition to festival headline act The American Rogues, the Music Stage will feature regional acts. Street per- formers include the Wheelmen Antique Bicycle Club, Phydeaux’s Flying Fleas, Big Whimsy Stilt Walkers, and Dickens inspired actors. Rumor has it that Queen Victoria herself will make an appearance. Kids will delight at the pony rides and petting zoo, and be able to talk to Santa. Sunday kicks off bright and early with the “Run/Walk Like the Dickens” 5K race. Costumes are encouraged! Dickens of a Christmas is a production of Main Street Chestertown, whose mission is to foster an inviting, diverse and prosper- ous downtown. Main Street’s vision for Chestertown is a welcoming and vibrant waterfront community where people of all ages and backgrounds are drawn to live, work, shop and enjoy recreational and cultural activities in a beautiful set- ting. For more information, visit www.mainstreetchestertown.org/dickens. Carriage rides, Celtic music, themed food and drink, gift shopping and children’s entertainment on tap! Carriage rides are one of the fun activities at the fourth annual Dickens of a Christmas Festival in downtown Chestertown. Kent County Food Pantry Resources FOOD PANTRY RESOURCES F O R K E N T C O U N T Y R E S I D E N T S CHESTERTOWN Kent County Community Pantry Tues & Thurs | 10am-noon Corner of Mill & High Streets kentfoodpantry.org | 410.778.0550 *No referral is needed during the COVID-19 pandemic.* Visit once or twcice a month as needed. Curbside pick-up Jane’s Church Chestertown Blessing Box A 24/7 mini food pantry. Purple box in front of Jane’s Church. Corner of Cannon & Cross Streets Chestertown Seventh Day Adventist Church Tuesdays | 10am-noon 305 North Kent Street 443.988.3886 Walk-up window distribution. Eligibility: Must be a MD resident. MILLINGTON Millington-Crumpton Food Pantry Mondays | 9am-noon Asbury UM Church 392 Cypress Street 443.480.0053 *Mobile Pantries are open to ALL Maryland residents* Curbside distribution - wait in car. Eligibility: Must be a MD resident and receiving assistance such as medical or energy assistance. WORTON Mt. Olive AME Church 3rd Friday of the month | 1-3pm 24840 Lambs Meadow Road 410.778.3328 mtoliveameworton.org Curbside/Mobile distribution. Stay in your car - food is placed in your trunk. Eligibility: Must be a MD resident. New Christian Chapel of Love Blessing Box A24/7 mini food pantry. Box located in front of church hall. 26826 Big Woods Road GALENA River Market Blessing Box A 24/7 mini food pantry. Box located in front of the Galena Market. 120 E. Cross Street ROCK HALL Hope House (in front ofRock Hall Church ofGod) 3rd Thursday of month | 4-7pm 66528 Rock Hall Road 410-778-2073 | rockhallcog.org Eligibility: Anyone in need of food or clothing Rock Hall Community Food Pantry 3rd Saturday of month 10am-noon Rock Hall Civic Center www.yourrockhall.church/post/ rock-hall-food-pantry Outside distribution. Eligibility: Must be a resident of southern Kent County, including Rock Hall & south of Fairlee. Rock Hall Seventh Day Adventist Church Wednesdays | 5-6pm Corner of Sharp Street & Judefind Avenue Free blessing bags with items donated from the church & Chestertown SDA Food Pantry. RIDGELY Martin’s House & Barn Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:30-11am Wednesday: 6-7:30pm 14374 Benedictine Lane, Ridgely martinshouseandbarn.org 410.634.2537 Ext. 111 Curbside pick-up Eligibility: Anyone in need of food FOR MORE RESOURCES, VISIT KENTCOUNTY.COM/RESIDENTS Minary’s DreamAlliance Feed the Elderly Initiative Delivery service on Weds & Thurs 443.988.2467 maryelizabethjordan324@gmail.com Amy Lynn Ferris Center Meals on Wheels & other services – more people are now eligible. 410.778.2564 One Pre-baked 12-inch Thin Pizza Crust 1 Garlic Clove, peeled and halved 3/4 Cup Alfredo Sauce (can use reduced fat) One 10 Oz Package Frozen Chopped Spinach, thawed and squeezed dry 2 Tsp Lemon Juice 1/4 Tsp Salt 1/8 Tsp Pepper 2 Cups Shredded Cooked Turkey Breast 3/4 Cup Parmesan Cheese, shredded 1/2 Tsp Crushed Red Pepper Flakes Place the pizza crust on a baking sheet; rub with cut sides of garlic. Discard garlic. Spread 1/2 cup of Alfredo sauce over the crust. In a small bowl, combine the spinach, lemon juice, salt and pepper; spoon over the sauce. Top with turkey and drizzle with remaining Alfredo sauce. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and pepper flakes. Bake at 425˚F until ingredients are heated through and cheese is melted, about 11 to 13 minutes. Remove from oven, slice and serve. Great with a crisp, fresh greens salad. Makes 6 servings. Who's Cookin’ With Carla? TURKEY ALFREDO PIZZA It’s what’s on the inside that counts Tidewater Trader, Inc. will be closed on Thursday & Friday, November 25 th & 26 th in observance of Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving! 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Soroptimist of Kent & Queen Anne’s Coun- ties is collecting Redner’s register tapes; Register for a Redner’s reward card, save your receipts, give the receipts to a Sorop- timist member or mail to Soroptimist Inter- national of Kent & QA Counties, P.O. Box 535, Chestertown, MD 21620. CASA of the Mid-Shore - Seeking residents interested in advocating for the best inter- est of children who have been removed from their homes & are under the protec- tion of the court; Call 410-822-2866 ext. 6; www.casamidshore.org. Every Mon-Fri - MVA Online Appointments scheduled at https://mvascheduling. mva.maryland.gov; Appointments can be scheduled for learner’s permits, commer- cial driving tests, non-commercial driving tests, renewing driver’s license, identifi- cation cards, title work; Online services https://mva.maryland.gov/online-services. Mid Shore Pro Bono - Free Legal Clinics, General Civil Clinics, Bankruptcy Clinics and Elder Law Clinics at various locations; Call 410-690-8128 Easton, 443-298-9425 Chestertown, 410-829-0394 Salisbury; info@mishoreprobono.org; M ore informa- tion online www.midshoreprobono.org.

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