Oxford, Maryland End of May Events

There are some interesting things to do in the Oxford, Maryland area in May. Bed and breakfast rooms available in Oxford, Maryland for a Chesapeake Bay Getaway. Come visit Oxford this weekend and enjoy our historic town and Talbot County.

For the most current May Events click on our Eastern Shore Events link.

Some Past Eastern Shore Events
Academy Art Museum 106 South St., Easton.410-822-2787. Tuesday through Thursday10am-7pm, Monday and Friday 10am-4pm,Saturday 10am-3pm. Closed Sunday. Free www.academyartmuseum.org

To May 30
“Extraordinary Images: American Portrait
Painting in the 19th Century”
Rarely seen portraits by Stuart, Sully,
Eastman and Eakins trace the evolution of
American portrait painting.

“Mid-Shore Student Art Exhibition” -
works of approximately 170 student artists.

“Art Medals from the Grover Batts Collection”
A collection of Art Medals celebrating
the leading figures in the visual
arts, poetry, architecture and other fields.

“One World: The Art of Greg Mort”
over 30 paintings by artist. His mission: to
raise awareness for our planet.

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum,213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels. 410-745-2916.Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 10am-4pm, Closed Tuesday-Thursday. Admission: $13Adult; $10 Seniors over 52; $6 Ages 6-17. Under6 Free. www.cbmm.org

Ten exhibit buildings on 18 waterfront
acres. Exhibits, demonstrations and a
“Screwpile” lighthouse to explore.

Historical Society of Talbot County,25 S. Washington St., Easton, 410-822-0773.Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm and by advance appointment.Free. www.hstc.org

“In Search of the Perfectly Modern
Household” The last two centuries of
changes in everyday household items.
“World War II: Talbot Supports the
Allies” Wars abroad and life on the home

“Walking Tours”
By Appointment, in advance.

St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary’s Square,St. Mary’s Square, St. Michaels. 410-745-9561.Friday & Sunday 1pm-4pm, Saturday 10am-4pm.Adults $3, Ages 6-17 $1. Walking Tours: Adults$10, Ages 6-17 $5. 10:30am from museum.Groups of 5 or more, on demand. www.stmichaelsmuseum.com

Ongoing Exhibits that reflect the history of the
area -
“Walking Tours of Historic St.
· The Frederick Douglas Tour
· The Historic Waterfront Tour

Avalon Theatre, 40 East Dover St., Easton 8pm$35 410-822-7299 www.avalontheatre.com

Friday May 29
“Livingston Taylor” Guitarist and

NightCat, 5 Goldsborough St., Easton. Beer,Wine and light fare available. 8pm $15 www.Nightcatmusic.com
Friday May 29
“Kat Parsons” Pop-rock

Avalon Theatre, 40 East Dover St., Easton 8pm$20 410-822-7299 www.avalontheatre.com
May 30
“Girley Man” Trio - roots, rock and pop

NightCat, 5 Goldsborough St., Easton. Beer,Wine and light fare available. 8pm $12 www.Nightcatmusic.com
SaturdayMay 30
“Jim Boggia” Pop-rock

Oxford Museum 100 South Morris St. (Across from Town Park) 410-226-0191 Mondays, Fridays,Saturdays 10-5, Sundays 1-4. Open Wednesdays beginning June 1. www.oxfordmuseum.org

Through Summer -
“Oxford at War” The Revolutionary War
and the Civil War.

Oxford Museum show at Church of the Holy Trinity Rectory located in Oxford, Maryland - Fridays 12-4, Saturdays 10-4, Sundays 1-4. Adults $10,Students with ID cards and children under 12 free. www.oxfordmuseum.org

To May 31 - “A Special Sense of Place” The works of
John Moll (1909-1991), Oxford resident.

Oxford, Maryland area event information came from Talbot County Office of Tourism11 S. Harrison St. Easton, MD 21601410-770-8000Contact: Nwahl@talbgov.org www.tourtalbot.org

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