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What's Hot, What's Happenin' on Delmarva, Jan. 3-9 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fran Severn   
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 14:20


January 3

“Simplifying your photography” Tidewater Camera Club. Tim Poly shows you what to do with that camera you got for the holidays. Talbot County Community Center, Easton. www.tidewatercameraclub.com 410-310-2007

January 5

Evensong, Emmanuel Church, Chestertown. 6 p.m. www.emmanualchesterparish.org

January 5-29

Kent Island Federation of the Arts Annual Member Challenge. The theme is: Animal, Vegetable, mineral. See interpretations in all types of media and inspiration. Reception January 8 from 3-5. 410-643-7424

January 6

Annual Eagle Count, Blackwater Wildlife Refuge. They are not required, but if you have them, bring a field guide, binoculars, a spotting scope, and clipboard. Call to reserve your spot. 410-228-2698

January 6-29

Decoy Carvers Exhibition, Dorchester Center for the Arts. www.dorchesterarts.org

January 7

1st Friday, Snow Hill & Easton. Studios, galleries open later. Special events at shops and restaurants. 5-9 p.m.

January 7-22

Divine Feminine. 20 artists display their interpretation of that theme. At the Main Street Gallery, Cambridge. Thurs-Sat. 12-4. Reception January 8 from 5-8. FREE. www.cambrdigemainstreet.com

January 7-31

After Holiday Sale, The Artists’ Gallery, 239 High St. Chestertown. Forgot someone this season? Didn’t get what you wanted? Want to stock up for next year? This great coop has works by talented regional artists and artisans. www.theartistsgalleryctown.com

January 8

Breakfast at Trappe United Methodist Church. Sure, you are going to eat healthier this year, but it’ll keep until next week. Besides, calories don’t count when you are supporting a church, right? All of the breakfast goodies that make a cardiologist cringe. 29421 Maple Ave. 7-10 a.m. 410-476-3384


Harvesting for the Native American Longhouse. Join the local Accohannock People as they collect materials to build a traditional longhouse in Vienna. Meet at Sailwinds Park in Cambridge at 9 a.m. 443-521-3059

Chilly Hay Ride, Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, DE. Learn how animals beat the chill. Join a park naturalist for a 90-minute ride, with a campfire, marshmallows, and stories afterward. $5 adults; $3 children under 12. Call for reservations. 302-875-5153.


2nd Saturday Art Demo, The Foundry, 401 Market St., Denton. 2-4 p.m. FREE! 410-479-1009


2nd Saturday Arts Night, Cambridge & Rehoboth. Studios, galleries open late; artist receptions. Special events at shops and restaurants. 5-9 p.m. www.cambridgemainstreet.com


January 9

Interpretive Walk of Burton Island, Delaware Seashore State Park, near Rehoboth. Guided tour of the salt marsh and a chance to learn about the wildlife, plants, and trees in the winter. $4. Call for reservations and directions. 302-227-6991


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