Who is getting hungry for Holiday pies? A visit to the Eastern Shore of Maryland should fill your appetite.
Cambridge, Maryland is just about 15 minutes from Easton and Oxford. Discover the Fall events in Dorchester County.
UPCOMING EVENTS FOR FALL Cambridge, Maryland
NOVEMBER 5, 2010 - HOLIDAY PIES & TARTS BAKING DEMONSTRATION
Make your holidays even sweeter and join Pastry Chef Emily Salisbury of Bistro Poplar for this scrumptious Holiday Pies & Tarts baking demonstration. Learn how to make a Caramelized Apple Pie, Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie and a Mixed Nut Tart. Enjoy finger sandwiches, sangria, coffee, tea and of course a tasting of all the pies and tarts! $25 per person. Friday, November 5 at 7pm. Please reserve by November 1; call 410.228.4884. Bistro Poplar is located at 535 Poplar St. in downtown Cambridge.
NOVEMBER 5-DECEMBER 31, 2010 - 'ART-CESSORIES' AT MAIN STREET GALLERY
Holiday-season exhibit at the Main Street Gallery features a dramatic installation of wearable, functional artworks, from jewelry to scarves to hats to fashions to furnishings and more. New inventory added throughout show. Extended hours for holiday shopping. Special free artist receptions on November 13, 5-8 pm, and December 11, 5-8 pm. 413 Muir St. Learn more about the gallery.
NOVEMBER 5 & 6, 2010 - 'BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER' AT THE DCA
The Dorchester Center for the Arts is hosting the murder mystery, Blueprint for Murder, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5 and 6. “Blueprint” is an audience participation theatrical performance, where audience members have the opportunity to guess who commits the murder. The play is written by Mickey Love and directed by Sharon Gilroy. The show begins at 7:30pm.Tickets cost $10 for members of the DCA and $12 for everyone else; includes refreshments. To reserve tickets, call 410.228.7782. Reserve tickets at 410.228.7782
NOVEMBER 6, 2010 - CRAB CONTRA DANCE
Join in a new season of Crab Contra folk dances, held the first Saturday of the month, Nov. 6. Open to all; no partner or experience needed. Dances are held in Allan Whatley Hall, Christ Episcopal Church (Church and High Streets). Dances run 7:30-10:30pm. All dances are talked and walked through. Caller Dick Bearman. New dancer instruction at 7pm. Admission: $10.
NOVEMBER 9, 2010 - LIVE LIKE A TRIATHLETE
Whether you want to be a triathlete or just train like one, whether you want to run a 5k or just walk one, anything is possible and it all starts with a plan. Cambridge Multi-Sport (CMS), the local non-profit triathlon club serving the Eastern Shore of Maryland, will host an informative evening with guest speakers Tracy Maccherola, USAT Level 1 Coach & Certified Personal Trainer American Council of Exercise and Dr. Michael Fadden of Maryland Healthy Weighs. Together they will show you the simple steps to plan and lead a healthy triathlete lifestyle. ?Tuesday, November 9 at 6pm in the meeting room of the Dorchester County Public Library, 303 Gay Street in downtown Cambridge.
NOVEMBER 10, 2010 - BUS-EUM COMES TO THE LIBRARY
This traveling exhibit tells the unknown story of German POWs held in camps all over the U.S. during WWII. Using narrative panels and films, TRACES’ mobile museum—a retrofitted school bus called the BUS-eum 3—is touring the Eastern Seaboard with these stories. The roughly 372,000 German POWs held in U.S Army-operated camps across the United States were sent out to harvest or process crops, build roads and waterways, fell trees, roof barns, erect silos, and much more. Many of those who worked with POWs spoke to them in their native tongue; some even had relatives or former neighbors among them. In the process, they formed significant, often decades-long friendships with “the enemy” and underwent considerable changes as individuals and as a group. The BUS-eum 3 will be in Cambridge on Wednesday, November 10 at the Central Library in Cambridge from 10 a.m. to noon. To learn more about this exhibit, see www.TRACES.org.
NOVEMBER 13, 2010 - SECOND SATURDAY
Monthly event in downtown Cambridge features gallery openings and receptions, late shopping hours with special promotions and bargains, great dining at top restaurants, musical entertainment, and more. Festivities unfold at roughly 20 different locations along four adjacent blocks in downtown Cambridge. Abundant free parking on street and in municipal lots off of Gay Street and Academy Street. 5-9 pm.
NOVEMBER 19, 2010 - BEAUJOLAIS WINE DINNER AT BISTRO POPLAR
Enjoy the second annual Beaujolais Wine Dinner at Bistro Poplar with five new Beaujolais wines (including Beaujolais Nouvesau), paired with five courses. Friday, November 19 at 7pm. $100 per person (includes gratuity). Please RSVP by November 16 at 410.228.4884. Bistro Poplar is located at 535 Poplar Street in downtown Cambridge.
Cambridge, Maryland fall events for the Eastern Shore sourced from http://www.cambridgemainstreet.com/index.php?page=events
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