Ongoing exhibit throughout the year. Promoting the arts of puppetry and gardening in Kent County, and the Martha Washington garden at the Visitor Center located in Chestertown, at Cross & Maple Streets.
Geraldine McKeown, Eastern Shore Artist will have a retrospective show of her work in the Administration Gallery at Heron Point for one month. This show will consist mostly of her very beautiful intricate water colors done with many different techniques which she also teaches in her studio.
Live Playwrights' Society
Monday, March 3
Location: Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre - 210 High Street, Chest
The Live Playwrights' Society for Play Writers, Readers, Observers & Critics aims to foster a community of playwrights, actors and critics. This group meets the first Monday of every month at 7:30pm and is open to all ages. (Free!) New plays are read and critiqued each month!
Meander the red-brick, tree-lined sidewalks of Historic Chestertown, while enjoying extended shop hours and arts and entertainment throughout Downtown. For a list of activities, please check this calendar for specific listings.
Soroptimist International of Kent County, MD 19th Auction. Proceeds help fund programs that benefit women and girls locally and globally to improve their social and economic empowerment. Cake Wheel Noon. Auction 1pm. Lunch items for sale.
Art's Alive at the RiverArts Gala where this year's theme takes you to Italy. Artful decor awaits you along with delectable food, drink, music and an exciting silent auction. Increase your fun and become part of the mood…you are invited (but not required) to come in an art themed costume. This year's event will be held at the Kent County Community Center.
Kent Chamber Music Concert
Saturday, March 22
Location: Hotchkiss Recital Hall - Washington College
Literary House Series Writing for (and about) Young Adults.
Emily M. Danforth is author of the novel The Miseducation of Cameron Post, winner of the 2012 Montana Book Award and finalist for the American Library Associationís 2013 William C. Morris Award for a YA Debut, and the 2013 Lambda Award in YA. spring 2013.
Open Mic Night
Wednesday, March 26
Location: Garfield Center for the Arts at Prince Theatre
The Center for Environment & Society sponsors the 4th annual Locavore Lit Fest! This series features several visiting authors and lecturers on how local foods can be the catalyst for healing our environment, healing our health, and building community.
Is He Dead? A comedy by Mark Twain adapted by David Ives
Friday, March 28
| Fri. & Sat. at 8pm, Sun. at 2pm
Deeply in debt, the French artist Jean-Francois Millet fakes his death and returns as his twin sister to sell the now valuable paintings. With cross-dressing, mistaken identities and romantic complications, this zany farce also takes on ever timely issues of greed and celebrity.
Features sale of unique handmade crafts including pottery, photography, jewelry, knitting, embroidery, soaps, lotions, herbs, pvc sculptures, wreaths, flowers, candy, quilts, paper crafts, woodwork, painting, teddy bears, shell crafts, honey and many more. Lunch available. Handicap accessable. $2.00 admission benefits the Fire Dept. Children under 10 free.