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Upcoming Events

Drink Maryland

DrinkMaryland: Centreville - A Maryland Makers Festival, will be held Saturday, June 16  from Noon to 5:00 p.m., along Queen Anne’s County Courthouse Square on Lawyers Row and Broadway. DrinkMaryland is now in its second year. The free family-friendly festival captures the buy local/buy Maryland economic development theme by showcasing Maryland products and the makers who create them, and will feature nearly 40 Maryland makers including artisans, authors, fine artists as well as wineries, breweries and distillers who will be offering tastings for festival-goers who have purchased tasting passes. The day’s activities will also include three Maryland bands, food vendors and a best crab appetizer contest for restaurants. For more information please click here.

The Julianne Jam and Food Truck Rodeo

Come  celebrate family fun, music and good eats on Kent Island to raise funds for the Julianne Rosela Foundation on Sunday, June 24 beginning at Noon. The event will take place at BOE Marine, 325 Cleat St, Stevensville. There will be kid zones, vendors and live music all day by Chris Sacks Band, Josh Coursey Willis, Dell Foxx Company, Devon Nickoles and Hot Tub Limo. Entry is $10 per person; children 10 and under are free.

To learn more about the foundation, please visit click here.

Centreville Farmer's Market

The Centerville Farmers Market is held twice a week between May 2nd and October 20th – on Wednesdays from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Centreville Plaza, 611–614 Railroad Avenue (located next to Queen Anne’s County High School).

The market is a producers only market that features Maryland grown fruit, vegetables, baked goods, meats, eggs and many other items!

For additional information, please contact 410-758-1180, Ext. 17

Guided Hikes At The Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center

Join us for bi-monthly guided hikes on CBEC’s 510 acre peninsula. Guided hikes will be led by Naturalists and will occur on a Thursday at 10:00 a.m. and on a Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Topics for each hike will be advertised on CBEC’s website. Participants are encouraged to dress for weather and bring along a water bottle, small snack, and binoculars. Duration is approximately 2 hours. Pre-Registration is required as there is a minimum and maximum for the trips. Trips are subject to cancellation due to weather or low enrollment. Check-in and hike begin at the Visitor Center at 600 Discovery Lane, Grasonville, MD. Cost is FREE to CBEC Members, $5 for Non-Members.

To register for a hike and to see the schedule of 2018 hikes, please click here.

Local Activities


QAC Senior Centers

QAC Senior Centers

The Area Agency on Aging and Commission on Aging are pleased to announce that anyone 55 years and older may now become a member of the Queen Anne’s County Senior Centers: Grasonville, Kent Island, and Sudlersville. The previous age to join was for those 60 and older. Now anyone 55 and older may become a member and utilize many resources available to them at the centers. Fitness equipment, clubs, benefits counselors, and classes are just a few of what the senior centers have to offer. There is no cost to join, although individuals ages 55-59 must pay full price when having lunch, and will pay a higher cost to participate in Chesapeake College classes offered at the centers.

Visit their website for more information, or contact Annie Sparks, Senior Center Administrator, at (410) 758-0848 ext. 2715 or

Queen Anne's County Library

Did you know? The Queen Anne's County Library offers a variety of classes and workshops for children to adults in both their Kent Island and Centreville locations.

View their monthly calendar or call their Kent Island branch at (410) 643-8161 or their Centreville branch at (410) 758-0980.

Queen Anne's County Library

Talbot County Free Library

Talbot County Free Library

Are you researching your Family History and Genealogy? Do you want to find something to entertain the kids for a few hours? Maybe you've recently lost your job or are thinking about switching careers? If you said yes to any of these questions, you need to visit the Talbot County Free Library! They have tons of resources available and a monthly newsletter that features event at either the Easton branch or St. Michael's branch.

View their website for more information.

Call (410) 822-1626.

Caroline County Public Library

Whether it's Family Game Night, MegaLEGOthon, or Sleepover Story time, the Caroline County Library has it all!

Their calendar of events can be found on their website, here or call any of their locations in Federalsburg (410) 754-8397, Greensboro (410) 482-2173 or Denton (410) 479-1343.

Caroline County Public Library

 For more information on how to get your event published, please contact Holly Rhodes by email at or by phone (410) 819-3089.




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