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Kent County Maryland Calendar of Events- November 2018


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November 1

MIGRATION: An Exploration in Art, Words & Music, Inspired by Jacob Lawrence
  • MIGRATION: An Exploration in Art, Words & Music, Inspired by Jacob Lawrence

  • Thursday,   |  5:00 pm - 8:000 pm
  • This event runs October 31 to November 11
  • Location: Chestertown RiverArts - 315 High St., Suite 106
  • This two week show will feature work by Kent County Public School visual art students. The work will be inspired by a visit the students took to view Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series at The Ph...

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KCAC Presents "Migration: An Exploration in Art, Words, and Music inspired by Jacob Lawrence
  • KCAC Presents "Migration: An Exploration in Art, Words, and Music inspired by Jacob Lawrence

  • Thursday,   |  7pm
  • This event runs November 1 to November 4
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - 210 High Street
  • Based on the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series panels, five playwrights created five new short plays for the Philips Collection's 2015 exhibit of the full panel series. Produce by visiting artist ...

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MIGRATION: An Exploration in Art, Words and Music, Inspired by Jacob Lawrence
  • MIGRATION: An Exploration in Art, Words and Music, Inspired by Jacob Lawrence

  • Thursday,   |  7 p.m.
  • This event runs November 1 to November 4
  • Location: Chestertown River Arts and Garfield Center for the Arts - Multiple: RiverArts Gallery and Garfield C
  • MIGRATION is a multi faceted program of the KCAC. Partnering with Kent County Public Schools, Chestertown RiverArts and The Garfield Center for the Arts. Nov 1-4, the program culminates with an exhi...

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  • "Let Go of the World" - a film

  • Thursday,   |  7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • The 5th selection in the Chestertown Environmental Committee's 3rd Annual First Thursday Film Series, "Let Go of the World" is a FREE film offered to all interested members of the publi...

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November 2

History Happy Hour
  • History Happy Hour

  • Friday,   |  4pm
  • Location: 301 High Street
  • Come listen to an informative history lecture while enjoying a glass of wine!

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The Artists' Gallery Features Sally Clark
  • The Artists' Gallery Features Sally Clark

  • Friday,   |  First Friday Reception, November 2, 2018, 5-8 pm
  • Location: 239 High Street
  • On First Friday, Sally Clark will be the featured artist for The Artists' Gallery. Sally, recently retired from teaching art, currently enjoys painting whimsical images on furniture and murals. ...

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  • Chestertown First Friday

  • Friday,   |  5 - 8pm
  • Location: Chestertown Historic District
  • Join us for our monthly progressive open house! Our businesses keep their doors open later so you can enjoy gallery exhibits, unique shopping, special performances, kids' activities and a variety...

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  • Emmanuel Church (Chester Parish) Concert Series

  • Friday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Emmanuel Church on Fountain Square
  • This will be a wonderful event for the entire family.

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  • An Alumni Journalism Panel

  • Friday,   |  4pm
  • Location: Rose O'Neill Literary House - Rose O'Neill Literary House
  • How is rhetoric used in journalism, politics, and public relations in this day and age? Panelists from each of those fields will illuminate how rhetoric or “spin” has shaped American cultu...

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First Friday in Chestertown
  • First Friday in Chestertown

  • Friday,   |  5 - 8pm
  • Location: Chestertown A&E District
  • We love a good celebration. The start of a new month is a fantastic excuse to get out and enjoy new art, wonderful shopping, little sips of wine here and there, and dinner out. First Friday is a free ...

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The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music
  • The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music

  • Friday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - 210 High Street
  • Based on the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series panels, five playwrights created five new short plays for the Philips Collection's 2015 exhibit of the full panel series. Produce by visiting artist ...

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  • Kohl Gallery Opening Reception: Jo Smail and Paul Jeanes

  • Friday,   |  4:00pm Talk, 5:00pm Reception
  • Location: Kohl Gallery, Gibson Center for the Arts - Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue
  • Clippings, Voids and Banana Curry, on view Nov. 2 - Dec. 9, kicks off with a salon-style conversation at 4PM on Friday, Nov. 2, and reception 5-6:30PM

    Kohl Gallery at Washington College is pleased ...

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Oysters, Bubbly, and Beer
  • Oysters, Bubbly, and Beer

  • Friday,   |  5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: Chester River Wine & Cheese Company - 117 S. Cross St
  • Join us at Chester River Wine & Cheese Co. for First Friday in Chestertown for $1 oysters, proseccco, and beer with our guest shucker, John Andrew Mccown. Cheese boards, charcuterie boards, and ot...

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November 3

301 Devil's Playground
  • 301 Devil's Playground

  • Saturday,   |  7 - 12am
  • Location: 13335 Alexander Rd. Galena, Md 21635
  • 301 Devil's Playground is Maryland newest Haunted Attraction!! It has 2 Terrifying haunts that include The House of Hell , The Barn of Torture . Come ride The Zombie Paintball Ride and shoot live...

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The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music
  • The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music

  • Saturday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - 210 High Street
  • Based on the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series panels, five playwrights created five new short plays for the Philips Collection's 2015 exhibit of the full panel series. Produce by visiting artist ...

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  • Rock Hall Marine Restoration & Heritage Center : Open House

  • Saturday,   |  11am - 4pm
  • Location: Clam House - Clam House at 21083 Chesapeake Ave. in Rock Hall
  • Crab Soup Tasting for red and white crab soup
    Oysters, snacks and beverages
    Live Music
    Boat Build and Raffle Tickets
    Activities

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Washington College Missing Maps Humanitarian Mapathon
  • Washington College Missing Maps Humanitarian Mapathon

  • Saturday,   |  2:00 PM- 5:00 PM
  • Location: Washington College - Goldstein Hall, Room 100
  • Come join the Washington College GIS Program and METS Guild students during our community mapathon event sponsored by Verizon! We’re on a mission to help the Humanitarian Open Street Map Team (H...

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  • Regular Museum Hours

  • Saturday,   |  11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street - Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • Museum exhibits change approximately 4 times each year, so there's always something important to see!

    Sumner Hall is a local treasure: only one of two African American G.A.R. posts in the en...

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Sue Matthews Sings the American Songbook
  • Sue Matthews Sings the American Songbook

  • Saturday,   |  8:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • $20 online $23 by phone/at the door

    Sue Matthews, with Robert Redd on piano and Scott Silbert on saxophone, presents an evening featuring the superb melodies of Harold Arlen, the composer of such ...

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November 4

The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music
  • The Great Migration: A journey in Art, Words, and Music

  • Sunday,   |  3 pm
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - 210 High Street
  • Based on the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series panels, five playwrights created five new short plays for the Philips Collection's 2015 exhibit of the full panel series. Produce by visiting artist ...

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  • "A Serious Man" - a film

  • Sunday,   |  4:30 - 7:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • "A Serious Man" by the Coen Brothers, another film in the Coen Bros series offered by the RiverArts Film Club.

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A Serious Man---Coen Brothers Film
  • A Serious Man---Coen Brothers Film

  • Sunday,   |  4:30 PM
  • Location: Sumner Hall
  • Acting powerhouse Michael Stuhlbarg is a Jewish science professor in 1960s Minnesota who must contend with multiple miseries in this odd, beautiful comedy-drama. One of their few films to pull substan...

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November 5

Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt and guest Lea McGowan
  • Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt and guest Lea McGowan

  • Monday,   |  7:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Join us for another Mainstay Monday! These eclectic evenings happen every Monday night and are hosted by our own Joe Holt at the piano, partnering with a special guest. Each week is a unique, one of a...

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November 7

Stem Festival at KCPL
  • Stem Festival at KCPL

  • Wednesday,   |  Wednesday, 5 -7 pm
  • Location: 408 High Street
  • Join us for a variety of STEM related activities at the library in partnership with our local 4-H club, Maryland Extension, Kent Soil and Water Conservation District, Washington College, KidsSpot, The...

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November 8

Rahim AlHaj - Arabic Oud with String/Percussion Septet
  • Rahim AlHaj - Arabic Oud with String/Percussion Septet

  • Thursday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Decker Theatre, Gibson Center for the Arts - - Washington College
  • As part of its 2018-2019 Premier Artists lineup, the Washington College Concert Series presents Rahim AlHaj playing the Arabic Oud accompanied by a string and percussion septet.

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WC-ALL Trip to the U.S. Naval Academy
  • WC-ALL Trip to the U.S. Naval Academy

  • Thursday,   |  Bus departs 8:30 am; returns 4:30 pm
  • Location: Depart from Redners' parking lot to Annapolis, MD
  • WC-ALL has arranged for a guided tour of the USNA grounds showing highlights of the Academy, past and present. The tour ends at the parade in front of Bancroft Hall and then participants will proceed ...

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November 9

  • Maryland State Boys Choir

  • Friday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Emmanuel Episcopal Church - across from the Fountain Square - Emmanuel Episcopal Church - across fro
  • The Boys Choir of the State of Maryland will present a concert of choral music. The specific program is yet to be determined.

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Board Game Night at the Library
  • Board Game Night at the Library

  • Friday,   |  Friday, 5 - 7 pm
  • Location: 408 High Street
  • It's International Games Week and we're celebrating with board games!

    How does Board Game Night work? It's pretty simple - you choose a game, find some players, and play!

    Bring a...

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Kent School's Third Annual Empty Bowls
  • Kent School's Third Annual Empty Bowls

  • Friday,   |  6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Location: Kent School - 6788 Wilkins Lane
  • Kent School welcomes you to our third annual Empty Bowls event.

    Take part in art that comes from the heart.

    100% of all proceeds from this event will benefit the Kent County Food Pantry.

    Enjo...

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The Joey Calderazzo Trio
  • The Joey Calderazzo Trio

  • Friday,   |  8:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street - The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • “Calderazzo has absorbed the contemporary masters of his instrument in a manner that informs rather than sacrifices his own identity…a sneaky-good record” – JazzTimes

    $20 o...

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  • J. S. Toll Fellows Program - Chesapeake Bay’s ‘forgotten’ Anacostia River: Eutrophication and nutrient reduction measures

  • Friday,   |  4:00pm
  • Location: Litrenta Lecture Hall, John S. Toll Science Center - Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue
  • This talk is free and open to the public, sponsored by the John S. Toll Fellows Program.

    Please see the event link for more information about the speaker and topic....

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November 10

Kent Center's 12th Annual Goosebump Jump!
  • Kent Center's 12th Annual Goosebump Jump!

  • Saturday,   |  9:30-12:30pm
  • Location: Betterton Beach and Betterton Volunteer Fire Company - Betterton, MD
  • Since 1970, Kent Center has ensured the safety and well-being of people with diverse abilities through personalized supports, essential training, open communication, and community partnerships. With r...

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Thanksgiving Wine Tasting
  • Thanksgiving Wine Tasting

  • Saturday,   |  6:30 - 8:30pm
  • Location: 117 S. Cross St.
  • The perfect pairing food and wine is a balance of smell, taste, and visual presentation. Thanksgiving Dinner is a celebration - and we know you want everything to be just right.

    Join us for an aft...

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Jazz, Blues & Concert Series
  • Jazz, Blues & Concert Series

  • Saturday,   |  7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • MSG Acoustic Blues Trio Showcases the Piedmont Blues!

    An exciting, "unique celebration of African American culture and history"!

    Produced for Sumner Hall by Tom McHugh, retired Mai...

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Practice Makes Published: Getting Your Poems into Print
  • Practice Makes Published: Getting Your Poems into Print

  • Saturday,   |  Saturday, 11 am
  • Location: Main Meeting Room, 408 High Street
  • Poets and editors James Allen Hall and Lindsay Lusby will walk you through the process of getting poetry published in literary magazines and journals.

    As practiced writers, they will share advice f...

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  • Regular Museum Hours

  • Saturday,   |  11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • As the weather turns colder, think about coming inside Sumner Hall to visit. A first-time trip to view the exhibits can be completed usually within an hour, so the stop at Sumner Hall can be easily s...

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November 11

  • Veterans Day Celebration

  • Sunday,   |  11:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Location: Hodson Hall Commons Dining Hall - Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue
  • Washington College welcomes the community to enjoy brunch in Hodson Dining Hall. Bruch is available to all for $11.00 (cash, credit or WC meal card) and is free of charge to veterans of any era.
    Plea...

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November 12

Literary House Series: A Reading by Erika L. Sánchez
  • Literary House Series: A Reading by Erika L. Sánchez

  • Monday,   |  4:30pm
  • Location: Rose O'Neill Literary House - Rose O'Neill Literary House
  • Erika L. Sánchez is the daughter of Mexican immigrants, and is a poet, novelist, essayist, and the author of a collection of poems, Lessons on Expulsion (Graywolf, 2017) as well as the young ad...

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Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt and guest Seth Kibel
  • Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt and guest Seth Kibel

  • Monday,   |  7:00
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Join us for another Mainstay Monday! These eclectic evenings happen every Monday night and are hosted by our own Joe Holt at the piano, partnering with a special guest. Each week is a unique, one of a...

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November 13

  • Artist Talk: Paul Jeanes

  • Tuesday,   |  4:30 PM
  • Location: Larrabee Studio Arts Center, 100 Gibson Avenue - Washington College
  • Baltimore artist Paul Jeanes, whose work is featured in the Kohl Gallery exhibit “Clippings, Voids and Banana Curry,” presents a public talk about his artwork and studio investigations....

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November 14

World Music Concert
  • World Music Concert

  • Wednesday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Gibson Center for the Arts, Washington College
  • The Washington College Department of Music presents a World Music Concert, featuring Steel Pan, Afro-Cuban, & Indian Music Ensembles. This concert is free and open to the public....

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WC-ALL Learn at Lunch with Dr. Andrew Oros
  • WC-ALL Learn at Lunch with Dr. Andrew Oros

  • Wednesday,   |  Buffet lunch at 12 noon
  • Location: Hynson Lounge in Hodson Hall - Washington College
  • Dr. Andrew Oros, Professor of Political Science and Director of International Studies at Washington College, will speak on "Japan's Changing Military Policy & the Balance of Power in Eas...

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November 15

Annual Holiday Show
  • Annual Holiday Show

  • Thursday,   |  5 pm - 8 pm
  • Location: 315 High St. Suite 106
  • The Annual RiverArts Holiday Show features gifts for every pocketbook – from stocking stuffers to hostess gifts, home decor to a child’s sweater.
    Preview Party: Thursday, November 15, 5 -...

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  • Ladies Shopping Night

  • Thursday,   |  5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: Downtown Chestertown - High St., Park Row, Cross St., & Cannon St. - Downtown Chestertown - High
  • An annual Chestertown tradition. Join us for "Ladies" Night in Chestertown!

    Ladies (and friends of ladies) join us for a night out in Chestertown. Enjoy an evening of sipping and strollin...

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“Tigerland, 1968-1969: A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing”
  • “Tigerland, 1968-1969: A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing”

  • Thursday,   |  5:30 pm
  • Location: Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall - Washington College - Hynson Lounge, Hodson Hall - Washington College
  • A talk by Wil Haygood, the Starr Center’s 2017-18 Patrick Henry Writing Fellow

    Acclaimed journalist and author Haygood will discuss his new book, hailed by Kirkus Reviews as “an engross...

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Friends of the Library Book Sale
  • Friends of the Library Book Sale

  • Thursday,   |  5:30pm
  • This event runs November 15 to November 18
  • Location: KCPL, Chestertown Branch, 408 High Street
  • Thursday Members Preview 5:30 - 7:00 pm

    Friday 10am - 8pm
    Saturday 10am - 3pm
    Sunday 10am - 3pm

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November 16

Anna Mayes, Soprano, Senior Recital
  • Anna Mayes, Soprano, Senior Recital

  • Friday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Gibson Center for the Arts - Gibson Center for the Arts, Hotchkiss Recital Hall
  • The Washington College Department of Music presents a vocal Senior Recital featuring Anna Mayes, soprano. This event is FREE and open to the public.

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Frank Vignola Returns to The Mainstay
  • Frank Vignola Returns to The Mainstay

  • Friday,   |  8:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • $22 online $25 by phone/door

    Frank Vignola, born December 30th, 1965, is one of the most extraordinary guitarists performing before the public today. His stunning virtuosity has made him the guitar...

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  • China Hutch Projects presents Jason Patterson: To Be A Negro In This Country

  • Friday,   |  5:00 PM
  • Location: 211 Philosphers Terrace - 211 Philosophers Terrace - 211 Philosphers Terrace - 211 Philosophers Terr
  • November 16 - December 10, 2018
    opening reception Friday, November 16 @ 5pm
    additional gallery hours by appointment

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Healing Collective Trauma Through Creative Arts Therapy: A Talk by Jessica Asch
  • Healing Collective Trauma Through Creative Arts Therapy: A Talk by Jessica Asch

  • Friday,   |  4:30 PM
  • Location: Norman James Theatre, William Smith Hall - Washington College
  • Jessica Asch is a liscensed creative arts therapist and registered drama therapist.

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November 17

  • Emmanuel Church Annual Christmas Bazaar

  • Saturday,   |  8:30am
  • Location: 101 N. Cross St.
  • Entrance is free. Silent auction, Elegant elephants, Collectibles, Hand knitted items, Pre-owned jewelry, Plants, Christmas and Thanksgiving decorations, Gourmet goodies. Lunch 11:00 to 2:00. Preview...

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  • Washington College's Grupo Cambalache Presents "La Nona"

  • Saturday,   |  6:00pm-8:00pm
  • Location: Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue
  • La Nona written by playwright Roberto Cossa, is a classic tragicomedy from Argentina, first performed during the height of the military dictatorship on August 12, 1977. It was one of the few works to ...

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  • Regular Museum Hours

  • Saturday,   |  11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Do you have family coming for the holidays? Is there local information about your family that you'd like to share around the table? You might find some ...

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November 18

  • RESONANCE: Formerly Kent Chamber Music

  • Sunday,   |  3:00 pm
  • Location: The National Music Festival - St Paul’s Church, 7579 Sandy Bottom Rd - The National Music Fest
  • Michelle Humphreys, director of the Percussion Ensemble of Towson University and National Music Festival Percussion Mentor, with 15 young
    professional musicians, will demonstrate that percussionists ...

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November 19

Chamber Music
  • Chamber Music

  • Monday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Hotchkiss Recital Hall - Gibson Center for the Arts, Washington College
  • The Washington College Department of Music presents Chamber Music featuring Percussion, Saxophones and the Brass Ensemble. This event is free and open to the public....

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Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt with guests Bob and Laura Taylor
  • Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt with guests Bob and Laura Taylor

  • Monday,   |  7:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street - The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Join us for another Mainstay Monday! These eclectic evenings happen every Monday night and are hosted by our own Joe Holt at the piano, partnering with a special guest. Each week is a unique, one of a...

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  • Undoing Racism - David Billings

  • Monday,   |  4:00 - 9:00
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • David Billings returns to Sumner Hall to assist the Social Action Committee continue its exploration of the impact of "white privilege" in combating racism in our community....

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November 20

“The Day After: how to make the most of food waste” A Talk by Chef John Nocita
  • “The Day After: how to make the most of food waste” A Talk by Chef John Nocita

  • Tuesday,   |  5:30 PM
  • Location: Eastern Shore Food Lab, - 236 Cannon St
  • Necessity ignited creativity in peasant communities and the zero-waste approach they created became the basis for most traditional cuisine. Come take lessons from our dietary past, minimize food waste...

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  • Undoing Racism - David Billings

  • Tuesday,   |  4:00 - 9:00
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • David Billings returns to Sumner Hall to assist the Social Action Committee continue its exploration of the impact of "white privilege" in combating racism in our community....

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November 23

55th Annual Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale
  • 55th Annual Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale

  • Friday,   |  Fri 4pm-7pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sund 11am-3pm
  • This event runs November 23 to November 25
  • Location: Washington College Johnson Lifetime Fitness Center
  • Antique dealers, with a variety of specialties, are in town to support Kent Association of Riding Therapy, a non-profit dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding to those with special needs....

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  • Santa's Arrival & Lighting of the Town

  • Friday,   |  6:30 - 8pm
  • Location: Fountain Park
  • Members of the Kent County Community Marching Band herald the arrival of Santa Claus to Chestertown! Classic holiday characters join the fun and dance with the crowd....

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  • Country Crafts Guild Fall Arts & Crafts Show

  • Friday,   |  10 am to 4 pm
  • This event runs November 23 to November 24
  • Location: Rock Hall Fire House
  • Unique handmade crafts by juried craft guild members including: jewelry, Christmas decorations and ornaments, folk art, wood boxes, furniture, trivets, plant stands, acrylic paintings, photography, no...

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November 24

  • Kent County Christmas Parade

  • Saturday,   |  10am
  • Location: High Street
  • Fire trucks, classic cars, marching bands, floats and...SANTA! This is a holiday tradition that should not be missed.

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  • Small Business Saturday

  • Saturday,   |  10am-5pm
  • Location: Chestertown Historic District
  • Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Downtown Chestertown! Following the Kent County Christmas Parade, pick up a Shopping Passport. Local retailers are offering special Small Business Saturday discoun...

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  • Regular Museum Hours

  • Saturday,   |  11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • It's Thanksgiving weekend! Bring the family to visit Sumner Hall!

    Children always welcome!

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Karen Somerville
  • Karen Somerville

  • Saturday,   |  8:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • $20 online $23 by phone/at the door

    The shore’s beloved songstress Karen Somerville is back at the Mainstay. “Lady K” is affectionately esteemed by her long-time fans for her Bi...

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Small Business Saturday in Chestertown
  • Small Business Saturday in Chestertown

  • Saturday,   |  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Location: Downtown Chestertown - High St., Park Row, Cross St., & Cannon St. - Downtown Chestertown - High
  • Kickstart the holiday shopping season by shopping small and shopping local with your Chestertown independent merchants.

    As you shop, grab a ticket to win fantastic prizes donated by your local neig...

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November 28

  • First-Year Reading

  • Wednesday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Rose O'Neill Literary House - Rose O'Neill Literary House
  • Come hear Washington College first-year writers read from their original work!

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November 29

Washington College String Orchestra and Chorus
  • Washington College String Orchestra and Chorus

  • Thursday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Gibson Center for the Arts - Gibson Center for the Arts, Hotchkiss Recital Hall
  • The Department of Music presents the Washington College Chorus & String Orchestra. This event is FREE and open to the public.

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From Field to Feast: Maryland Small Game Seminar with Hank Shaw
  • From Field to Feast: Maryland Small Game Seminar with Hank Shaw

  • Thursday,   |  5:30 pm
  • Location: Washington College, Hynson Lounge - 300 Washington Ave.
  • Join the Center for Environment & Society (CES) and the Eastern Shore Food Lab (ESFL) for an evening with Hank Shaw. Hank will be selling his new book, Pheasant, Quail, Cottontail. This event is f...

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JFK: The Lost Bullet film
  • JFK: The Lost Bullet film

  • Thursday,   |  7:00 PM
  • Location: Mainstay, 5753 MAIN STREET ROCK HALL, MD 21661
  • This documentary investigates JFK’s assassination using exclusive eyewitness testimony, reenactments and never seen before footage. With the journalist Max Holland as the guide, the film re-eval...

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November 30

Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol (Opening Weekend)
  • Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol (Opening Weekend)

  • Friday,   |  Friday and Saturday 8pm. Sunday 3pm.
  • This event runs November 30 to December 9
  • Location: 210 High Street
  • Director Bonnie Hill brings to the GCA stage the classic story of A Christmas Carol as presented from the perspective of Tiny Tim!

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  • Dancescape

  • Friday,   |  7:30 PM
  • Location: Decker Theatre, Gibson Center for the Arts - Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue
  • The WC Department of Theatre and Dance presents Dancescape. This performance is free and open to the public. Please see the college website for more details....

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