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  • A group of young ladies on their bicycles look on during the May 3rd Friday event, which has a theme of wheels. Photo by Mike McClure

Downtown Salisbury Festival to take place June 7-9

June 6th, 2019|Categories: SALISBURY|

Heads up - here comes this year’s Downtown Salisbury Festival June 7-9, just in time to kick off the summer season.If one remembers, the festival took several years but is back with a bold effort to avoid April showers by pushing it back to June.The festival has been reconfigured somewhat for more allure and efficient use of space but still retains the crowd-pleasing elements: dynamic music, community and the I’m never-going-to stop-loving-them-oyster-fritter-sandwiches.A petting zoo is on its way and face painting for the kids. Rides will be sited this time along the pretty riverwalk amphitheater across from Avery Hall Insurance. Estonian Folk Group- A visiting troupe of young Estonian [...]

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Christmas in July Craft Show

The Christmas in July Craft Show to benefit the Delmar Fire Department Auxiliary will be held on Saturday, July 20 at the Delmar Fire Dept. Admission is $1 or a non-perishable food item. Over 50 crafters, artisans and vendors with home decor, fall and Christmas items. For more information, email

Maryland Safe Boating Class

Would you know what to do if the boat operator fell overboard or became incapacitated? Most people think safe boating classes are only for boat operators but everyone on board a recreational boat should have some boating knowledge.

Knowing how to drop anchor, radio for help, or steer the boat to safety are important skills that require some knowledge of navigation and boating. Even experienced boaters who know the rules can become complacent or distracted. Simply knowing the importance of being a good look-out can prevent an accident.

The US Coast Guard Auxiliary recommends all boaters take the safe boating class. This class is required for all Maryland boat operators born after July 1, 1972, and all boat operators in Virginia and New Jersey waters. A certificate is awarded upon completion of the course. The cost is $15 for materials.

Classes will be held at the Ocean Pines Library on July 9-11 and Sept. 3-5 from 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For more information or to register, contact Barry Cohen at 410 935-4807 or

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