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30 War of 1812 Bicentennial Commemoration

34 Joie De Vivre Gallery to Host International Show 36 The Cricket Center 40 YES Hosts Premier Arts&Crafts Show 49 About our Cover Artist 50 Olde Princess Anne Days 56 Main Street Gallery 64 Animal Spotlight: Wild Turkey

3 mon th f e a tu r e - O C T. N OV . D E C . Thinking about starting a business? Do you have what it takes?

8 Where’s the Money, by Brittney D. Herz 10 Should You Take a Pension Buyout? Edward Jones, by Dennis Hopson, CFP 12 Just Ask Ann, by Ann Shaw 14 Website: Build-Your-Own or Hire a Pro? by Kevin Justice 3


Hello Friends, Women are not alone in the fight against breast cancer. Something I don’t talk about often, but impacted me greatly since my College days, was the death of a school friend, Mark Pavlovich. We went to a dance together and during a slow dance, I felt a lump on his chest. He said he had it for a while. I told him to get it checked out. We lost touch, going to different colleges, and I never found out if he ever took my advice. The moment when I found out he had died from breast cancer has haunted me ever since. He was only 20 when he died. For our loyal readers, in follow up to my agonizing editorial last month, my fears of personally facing the possibility of having Breast Cancer have been met with tears of joy. After many doctor visits, mammograms and ultrasounds, I am happy to announce that I don’t have breast cancer. Many women that I know did not get the same good news. In fact, in the last 30 days, many breast cancer survivors, women I didn’t even know were survivors, have shared their experiences with me as well as lots of hugs. One woman has been a survivor for over 40 years! We will be offering more information to help newly diagnosed women and survivors in the coming months. If you are a survivor and would like to contribute your inspiring story or tips for our community, please contact me at molly@ beachtobaytimes.com or give me a call at 443-523-5599. I want to hear from you so that we can provide readers information and inspire hope. In this month’s issue, we offer more articles to help budding entrepreneurs in our 3 month series: “What it takes to start a business.” Need to find money for your new business? Check out our article “Where’s the Money!” Ahhh yes…November is one of my favorite months of the year! Family time…Thanksgiving…preparing for the Christmas Holidays… Maybe it has to do with Pumpkin. Truly, I can’t get enough of it. Pumpkin bread and cupcakes, pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie, pumpkin cream cheese rolls, pumpkin lattes…scented candles and room sprays… and of course, Tony Hilligoss’s Homebrew Pumpkin Ale! Any excuse to have family over means a treat coming out of the oven! Like us on facebook and find yummy recipes and more fun family events! Have a great and thankful November Delmarva!

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Starting a new business is not something to be taken lightly. There are so many steps and obstacles in the way before you can unlock your doors and say “Come in, we’re open!” One of the biggest of these is startup capital. “You need money to make money” is pretty standard with any new business endeavor. So, where’s the money? There are several programs in Maryland to help new entrepreneurs in their goal of opening a business. Neighborhood Business Works Program is a program that offers funding for new businesses in the state of Maryland to fill the financial gap which may result from a lack of bank loans or resources. This is offered through the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Neighborhood Business Works Program can be for any new business or nonprofit trying to start in the state as long as it is in a sustainable community, which is a targeted area where you want investments to happen. “There are opportunities where say a restaurant can only get a certain percent from the bank, the Maryland Business Works Program can help supplement. It allows the new business owner to blend money,” Natalie Chabot from Cambridge Economic Development commented. The program can offer the business owner up to 50% of the startup cost “which is really

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beneficial when a bank may say you don’t meet our criteria. It is really helpful to a local community like ours. Financing is hard to find so it’s an asset.” Chabot added. Some local businesses that have benefited from these programs include Joie de Vivre Studios, Few of My Favorite Things, High Spot Restaurant, and even the Popeyes in Cambridge. Other programs are offered through the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development that help out home and business owners with startup and revitalization. Their website offers ten state programs that are geared towards small business. One, the Be SMART Program helps businesses make improvements to become more energy efficient which will save the owner money down the road. Another, the Main Street Maryland Program, “strives to strengthen the economic potential of Maryland’s traditional main streets and neighborhoods” per website. On a more local note, Cambridge has their own program the Cambridge Venture Capital Fund. This offers business owners up to $50,000 in assistance to start their business. The success of this and other programs is apparent when you go to the downtown area of Cambridge which has expanded greatly in the last few years. The fund was started in 2012 by local Cambridge business people and has grown in the past year. The Cambridge Venture Capital Fund targets retail shops of all kinds including antiques, clothing, toys, and home décor. This program however does not apply to restaurants. The funds are very low interests and in addition the business owner is offered guidance from “a seasoned business person”. To get started Natalie Chabot advises “to make a personal contact with the funding program, to make sure you’re eligible, that you do qualify, and to help you with the 10% down that is needed. The DHCD can help you obtain the 10% in a lot of different ways so it makes sense to contact them first.” She also noted that the business owner will need whatever information they would need for a bank loan in order to apply for these programs. http://www.dhcd.maryland.gov/Website/Programs/ProgramList.aspx www.cambridgemainstreet.com We don’t have room to cover all of the programs – but there are many! It just takes time and patience to navigate all of the rules, guideline and complete the applications.

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Should You Take a Pension Buyout? Have you recently received a pension buyout offer? If so, you need to decide if you should take the buyout, which could provide you with a potentially large lump sum, or continue accepting your regular pension payments for the rest of your life. It’s a big decision. 

Clearly, there’s no “one size fits all” answer — your choice needs to be based on your individual circumstances. So, as you weigh your options, you’ll need to consider a variety of key issues, including the following: •Estate considerations — Your pension payments generally end when you and/or your spouse dies, which means your children will get none of the money. But if you were to roll the lump sum into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), and you don’t exhaust it in your lifetime, you could still have something to leave to your family members. •Taxes — If you take the lump sum and roll the funds into your IRA, you control how much you’ll be taxed and when, based on the amounts you choose to withdraw and the date you begin taking withdrawals. (Keep in mind, though, that you must start taking a designated minimum amount of withdrawals from a traditional IRA when you reach age 70½. Withdrawals taken before age 59½ are subject to taxes and penalties.) But if you take a pension, you may have less control over your income taxes, which will be based on your monthly payments. •Inflation — You could easily spend two or three decades in retirement — and during that time, inflation can really add up. To cite just one example, the average cost of a new car was $7,983 in 1982; 30 years later, that figure is $30,748, according to TrueCar.com. If your pension checks aren’t indexed for inflation, they will lose purchasing power over time. If you rolled over your lump sum into an IRA, however, you could put the money into investments offering growth potential, keeping in mind, of course, that there are no guarantees. •Cash flow — If you’re already receiving a monthly pension, and you’re spending every dollar you receive just to meet your living expenses, you may be better off by keeping your pension payments intact. If you took the lump sum and converted it into an IRA, you can withdraw whatever amount you want (as long as you meet the required minimum distributions), but you’ll have to avoid withdrawing so much that you’ll eventually run out of money. •Confidence in future pension payments — From time to time, companies are forced to reduce their pension obligations due to unforeseen circumstances. You may want to take this into account as you decide whether to continue taking your monthly pension payments, but it’s an issue over which you have no control. On the other hand, once your lump sum

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is in an IRA, you have control over both the quality and diversification of your investment dollars. However, the trade-off is that investing is subject to various risks, including loss of principal. Before selecting either the lump sum or the monthly pension payments, weigh all the factors carefully to make sure your decision fits into your overall financial strategy. With a choice of this importance, you will probably want to consult with your financial and tax advisors. Ultimately, you may find that this type of offer presents you with a great opportunity — so take the time to consider your options. This article was written by Edward Jones for use by Dennis Hopson, your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

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Dear Ann, My wife is a really great cook, so we’re thinking about opening a catering business on the side. Her job is only part time, so she has extra time and I work nights, so I can help her during the day. We could really use the extra money. Can we just start doing business or do we have to be a corporation? What else do we need to cover, legally? ~Brandon Dear Brandon, I think you have two sets of issues. The legalities of starting and running a business are only part of what you need to be concerned about. But your short question also raises some practical considerations. As a lawyer, I will talk about some of the legal considerations first. To start your own business, you do not need to form a corporation or an LLC (a limited liability company). But it may be best to do so. If you and your wife simply start a business without first forming some type of business entity, under Maryland law you will be general partners. All liability for the business will be your wife’s total personal liability and your total personal liability. All of your assets, individual and joint, will be at stake. What if you are catering a party and have been warned that one of the guests

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has a severe peanut allergy? And your desert tray includes chocolate cookies with peanut butter icing? If there is a lawsuit and you have started the business without forming a corporation or an LLC all of your personal assets could be in jeopardy. But even if you do form a corporation or an LLC, going into business with your wife may put all of the family’s assets at risk. Most married couples own their home, and presumably their personal property, as “tenants by the entireties”. This is a way under Maryland law that the property of the marriage is protected from the individual creditors of either spouse. But, most businesses extending credit to any new corporation or LLC will require all the principals to sign personal guarantees. As soon as both you and your wife sign as individuals, you have lost your tenants-by-the entireties protection as to that debt. If you cannot pay the debt and are sued, the creditor can place a lien on the family home. In whatever form you chose to start your business, there are countless details to attend to. The State of Maryland “SDAT Business” website provides a long checklist for new businesses. Initially, state and federal tax information must be

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obtained. Almost all Maryland businesses are required to have a State of Maryland Business License. Since you will no doubt want to buy products wholesale to resell retail, you will need a trader’s license. You must also check with the county or city jurisdiction where your business will be located to determine what local licensing requirements may apply. If you are intending to operate the catering business from your home, there may be zoning issues. And, since you will be dealing with food preparation and service, you will also need local Heath Department approval.

into? John Hickman’s excellent “Ready, Set, Go!” article in last month’s Beach to Bay Times shared very helpful information about The Small Business and Technology Development Center at Salisbury University. Free new-business help is available through that center. Whatever decisions you make, good luck to you. Having your own business can provide more than just “extra money”. It can be creative and personally rewarding.

As you can gather, none of this is a simple as, “We’re going to cook some great food, pack it in coolers, and deliver it to a wedding reception.” This brings me to the practical considerations implicit in your question. Not every great cook can operate a successful catering business. In today’s economy, operating profitably is tough for established businesses and will require extraordinary energy and effort in a new business. You tell me that your wife is already working part-time and that you work nights. Are you sure that the two of you will have the time and energy the new catering business will demand? Do you really know what you’re getting

Ann Shaw is an attorney practicing in Salisbury. She has more than twenty years’ real estate, business law, and bankruptcy law experience. Each month she will address one submitted question of general interest. Responding to any question in print does not create an attorney-client relationship. Attorney-client privilege does not apply to published questions and answers. All information is general information only and is not meant as specific legal advice. For specific legal advice, always consult your own attorney.

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About the Author: Kevin Justice is the CEO of Matice, a local Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations firm. Matice also specializes in creating web sites. Kevin can be reached at kevin@ matice.com or 1-410-858-4775.

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Downtown Salisbury University Campus Miller’s work blurs the lines between the gritty miner/laborer of the industrial revolution and the refined consumer. For more information call 410-548-2547

Now Thru 11/26 Nabb Gallery Exhibit: “Native Americans: First Contact on Lower Delmarva”

Mon., Wed., Fri., 1-4 p.m.. The history of Native Americans of Lower Delmarva is rich and dynamic, occupying thousands of years until the 17th century, when European explorers and settlers begin to irrevocably transform that lifestyle. See how Native Americans lived and worked at the time of the first contact with Europeans and the beginnings of a drastically changed way of Indian life. Loss of freedom, alteration of their physical environment, their continually shrinking territory and the establishment of reservations mark the 17th century and depict the Indian tragedy, while at the same time chronicling the triumph of European occupation and domination of the Delmarva Peninsula.. For more information call 410-543-6312 or visit the Nabb Research Center, Salisbury, MD

11/1-26 Exhibit: University Center Art Space: Peter Smith

Guerrieri Center, Second Floor Concourse. For more information call 410-548-2547 or visit the SU Art Galleries website at www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

11/1 (Friday) OC Center for the Arts Gallery Reception & Exhibit

5-7p.m., FREE, Starving Artists Holiday Show/Sale
Juried & Judged, Artist’s Choice, Galleria: Exhibit of 2013 Instructors and Students Work Spotlight Gallery: Mary Jane Hastings More info at www. artleagueofoceancity.org or call 410-524-9433, 502 94th Street, Ocean City.  

11/1 (Friday) Arts on the River in Snow Hill First Friday event, Snow Hill, Free, 410-632-3555

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6-10 p.m.: Layton’s Chance, 4225 New Bridge Road, Vienna, MD 410-228-1205; Bring your friends and dinner if you like and have a great time singing your favorite songs. Enjoy Karaoke Happy Hour the first Friday of every month. www.laytonschance.com

11/1 (Friday) Holiday Art Exhibit Reception

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Artist’s Gallery 107’s Holiday Art Show. Enjoy refreshments, live entertainment and great art work by local artists. Gallery 107, 324 High Street, Seaford, Delaware, www. nanticokeriverartscouncil.org 302-629-2829

11/1 (Friday) Arts on the River First Friday

Art openings, music, special discounts, downtown, Snow Hill, 5-8pm, 410-632-2080

11/2 (Saturday)Feathers in Focus at Pocomoke River State Park 10am-1pm., Snow Hill, 410-632-2566

11/2 (Saturday) AGH Healty Happenings

Community Health Fair. 8am-1pm, Pocomoke Volunteer Fire Company Community Center, Featuring LaDonna Gatlin. For more information call 410-641-9268. http://www.atlanticgeneral.org/Main/ n2013HealthyHappeningsFair.aspx

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11/2 (Saturday) Down-rigging Festival in Chestertown

12:00 pm Transportation to Chestertown for their annual Downrigging Festival~celebration of schooner Sultana’s season. Visit this historic seaport town with tall ships and wooden boats, music, exhibits, sailing opportunities, shopping and more. Our day will end with illumination of tall ships in harbour at dusk and fireworks!! Surely a memorable evening in this quaint, historic Eastern Shore town. Chestertown, MD, http://www.chesapeaketourplanner.com/tours-scheduled.htm 443-3662784

11/2 (Sat) Rehoboth Art League Holiday Fair – Fine Craft Show

The 29th annual Holiday Fair will feature over 30 artisans, displaying and selling fine crafts and holiday gift items in the historic buildings and galleries at the League. The Sussex Gardeners will feature gardening items and decorations for sale and the Rehoboth Village Improvement Association will serve lunch and goodies. The grounds will be decorated for the holidays and several groups will provide musical entertainment.  $5 per person. 10AM – 4PM For more info: call: 302-2278408 sbravo@rehobothartleague.org visit website for more info at www.rehobothartleague.org

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11/2 (Saturday) Oyster Festival  St. Michaels, MD 11/2 (Saturday) Chincoteague Island Family YMCA Chin-Dig


The YMCA Chin-Dig is a fundraiser held at Tom’s Cove Park. Come out for an evening of fun and help raise money for the Island’s YMCA! For more details visit www.middelmarvaymca.org/chincoteague/, email aswiger@ymcachesapeake.org, or call 757-336-6266.

11/3 (Sunday) The Bridal Event

Maple Dale Country Club. 11am-3PM, Luncheon, 180 Maple Dale Circle, Dover, DE, call for reservaitons, 302-674-4951 www.mapledaleclub.com

11/3 (Sunday) Concert: Allegheny Trio

Sponsored by the SSO. Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m.. The Allegheny Trio – Jeffrey Schoyen, Sachi Murasugi and Ernest Barretta, sponsored by the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra. Featuring guest clarinetist Les Nicholas. Admission: $30, including concert and cocktail-and-dessert reception; For more information call 410-548-5587 online at www.SalisburySymphonyOrchestra.org

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11/3 & 11/17 Poplar Hill Mansion Tours

Free tours are the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 1-4.117 Elizabeth St., Salisbury, MD Poplar Hill Mansion. The Mansion is a wonderful venue for weddings, special events and meetings. Contact Curator for more information at 410.749.1776 or curator@poplarhillmansion.org Help feed Salisbury’s hungry by dropping off a non -perishable food item for our food pantry.

11/4 (Monday) Film: Frontline: Digital Nation

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m. Over a single generation, the Web and digital media have remade nearly every aspect of modern culture, transforming the way humans work, learn and connect, as well as what users may be learning about themselves in the process. Info: call 410-543-6271 or www.salisbury.edu.

11/5 (Tuesday) Film: The Chaser

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m..In the tradition of hard-charging thrillers like The French Connection and Se7en, the film tells the gritty tale of police detective-turned-pimp Jung-Ho. When one of his girls goes missing, Jung-Ho thinks she’s been kidnapped and sold off. The truth is far worse: a sadistic killer has entrapped the poor woman and plans to torture and then kill her as the latest

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of his victims. In a race against time, Jung-Ho must discover the killer’s lair and the hero who has been hiding inside his own beaten-down soul. For info call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

11/6 (Wednesday) Lecture: “Resistance & Rebellion: The American Backcountry in the Age of Revolution” with Creston Long

Salisbury University Department of Theatre and Dance Presents

Artistic Director Mary Norton

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m.. The American Revolution raised a host of uncertainties about the future of the new American nation. Long, SU History Department, discusses the challenges that backcountry settlers faced in the revolutionary era. For info call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu.

11/6 (Wednesday) Lecture: “Snow Leopards Crossing Borders: Locating Conservation Between India & China” with Michael Lewis

TETC Building, Room 153, 7 p.m. For info call 410-543-6030 or online at www.salisbury.edu

24th Annual Fall Showcase November 7-10

For more information and to order tickets: www.salisbury.edu/theatreanddance Box Office: 410-543-6228

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11/6 (Wednesday) Lunch Bunch tour in Berlin

10 am Let us do the driving while you enjoy leisurely shopping at Berlin’s quaint shops...... unique glassblowing demonstration.......or visit the new wine bar!! Lunch on your own at one of many lunch spots (be glad to assist with recommendations!!) Not far from home but a world apart!! Kmart shopping center then onto Berlin, http://www.chesapeaketourplanner.com/tours-scheduled.htm 443-366-2784

11/6-10 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival Movies at Midway 11/6-10 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Shows


Wicomico Youth & Civic Center
Wed & Thurs Talbot KC * Fri & Sat – Salisbury Maryland Kennel Club * Sun - Mispillion KC. 9-5 pm each day, Spectators welcome, but no unentered dogs are allowed on the premises, Lots of vendors for holiday shopping. www.salisburymarylandkennelclub.org

11/6-19 Exhibit: 49th Biannual Senior Fine Art Show

University Gallery at Fulton Hall; Reception & President’s Awards Ceremony: November 15, 6-8 p.m. For more information call 410-548-2547 or visit the SU Art Galleries website at www.salisbury.edu/ universitygalleries

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11/7 (Thursday) Fall Luncheon & Fashion Show

Salisbury University Department of Theatre and Dance 11:30AM Fashion Show - by Chicos; Featured Bobbi Biron Theatre Program jewelry designer- Tammy Rayne with her BeadA-Licious beautiful beaded creations. Tickets are $22.00 per person; please RSVP early as seating is limited for this popular event. Consider donating a nonperishable food item for our food bank and help feed Salisbury’s hungry. Poplar Hill Mansion, 117 Elizabeth Street, Salisbury, MD 21801 .410-749-1776 or 410-749-5168www.poplarhillmansion.org curator@poplarhillmansion.org

11/7 (Thursday) Lecture: “The 200-Year American Civil War” with Ta-Nehisi Coates

Guerrieri Center, Wicomico Room, 7 p.m. Coates is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he writes about culture, politics and social issues. He is a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the author of the memoir The Beautiful Struggle.For more information call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU website at www. salisbury.edu

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Holloway Hall, Great Hall • 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Cost: $30

MADRIGAL CHOIR CONCERT Sunday, November 24

Holloway Hall, Auditorium • 4:30 p.m. Holloway Hall, Auditorium • 5 p.m. Free Admission Concert featuring soloists from the American Spiritual Ensemble, University Chorale and Salisbury Chorale Free Admission

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11/7 (Thursday) Young & Restless Kids Program 10:30, Snow Hill Library, 410-632-3495

11/7-10 (Thur-Sun) 43rd Annual Waterfowl Festival in Historic Easton, Md. www.waterfowlfestival.org.

11/7-10* (Thur-Sun) Dance: 24th Annual Fall Showcase

Holloway Hall Auditorium, 8 p.m. & *2 p.m. This one-hour program features selected student choreography adjudicated by dance professionals. Admission: $15; $12 seniors, students & SU alumni with ID; For info call 410-543-6228 or online at www.salisbury.edu/theateranddance

11/8 (Fri) The Worcester County Arts Council Showcase & Reception

Kickoff Reception: 5-8PM Celebrate local artists with a showcase of their seasonal arts and crafts on the exhibit at the Worcester County Arts Council, Historic Downtown Berlin

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11/9 (Saturday) Second Saturday in Downtown Cambridge

5-9 pm: Monthly celebration in downtown Cambridge features gallery openings, late shopping hours at great stores offering special deals, and entertainment in downtown restaurants. Music continues after that in some restaurants. www.cambridgemainstreet.com

11/9 (Saturday) Met Opera Live in HD, Tosca

Cape Cape Henlopen High School Theater, Lewes

11/9 (Saturday) Friends of Library Second Saturday Book Sale

9 am- 2 pm: Dorchester County Public Library, 303 Gay St, Cambridge 410-228-7331, www.dorchesterlibrary.org, fcresswell@ dorchesterlibrary.org

11/9 (Saturday) Christmas Open House at The Country House 11/9 (Saturday) Belgium Beer Festival Cambridge, MD

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11/9 (Saturday) Let’s Hear It For The Bay @ Delmarva Discovery Center

10 AM – 4 PM; Featuring: Bethany Kivela & Diamondback Terrapins from the MD Environmental Service with Terrapin Travels & Build a Terrapin Shows at 11 AM, 1 PM & 3 PM; Live Animal Presentations at 12 PM; Dive Show at 2 PM; Face Painting, Crafts and much more

11/9 (Saturday) Second Saturday Art Stroll


The Art Stroll takes place at participating galleries and shops around the Island from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Come out and meet local artists, see exhibits of a wide variety of visual arts, listen to live music and MORE! For more details visit www.chincoteagueculturalalliance.org/2ndsat. html, email info chincoteagueculturalalliance. org, or call 757-336-0044.

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11/9 (Saturday) Open Studios at Joie de Vivre Gallery

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Children’s Resource Intervention Center - Kids Empowerment Team

The Chinese, Japanese, and even some Native American tribes all believe that crickets are lucky bugs. Their chirping is considered a song of good fortune and also a warning of bad things to come. Whether that’s true or not Worcester County seems lucky to have a program like CRICKET at their disposal. Cricket is a nonprofit based out of Berlin, Maryland serving Worcester County. “Worcester County is consistently the second highest in the state of Maryland for indicated child abuse, per capita” according to Program Manager, Wendy Myers. According to their mission statement their goal is to “provide a comprehensive, c u l t u r a l l y    c o m p e t e n t , multidisciplinary team approach to the investigation, prosecution and treatment of child physical and sexual abuse in a child-friendly environment”. Cricket seems to tackle all angles of child abuse cases from persecution to healing of the victims and their families.

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They are the only accredited (by the National Children’s Alliance) child advocacy center on the Eastern Shore other than Talbot County. Their website offers many resources on how to identify abuse, how to report abuse, and statistics that really make you think. It’s reported that one in four girls and one in seven boys will be sexually abused by the time they are eighteen. Seems to reason organizations like Cricket are a necessity, especially with sexual abuse on children being so under reported. The services are not just for the child who has been victimized but also the nonoffending family members are offered trauma based therapy. Once a week a therapist holds an afterhours group therapy session. Enough Abuse is another program for all adults including those who have daily access to children, like coaches and teachers, that

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helps them target different signs of sexual abuse and how to spot a child that may be getting abused. “It is to help recognize signs of abuse and how to react as a community”. Organizations like Cricket cannot stand alone without donor help and also many local partnerships. “I think it’s important to know that Cricket never charges a person or insurance for any of our services” Myers commented. Cricket is basically supported through grants, donations, and their partnerships. They partner with Atlantic General Hospital, Life Crisis Center, Board of Education, Department of Social Services, and the States Attorney’s Office just to name some. Cricket started as just a task force in 2006 and moved into the Atlantic Health Center in 2007.

Since 2009 they have been in their location in Berlin and have been able to provide all of their services in that one location. They have some events through the year to bring awareness to their program including a gold tournament every May and “Crickets on the Bay” at Seacrets in the fall. Beach To Bay Times believes in the programs and services provided by The Cricket Center. If you feel the same way, please feel free to donate too! Here is their address: The Cricket Center INC, The Worcester County Child Advocacy

Center, P.O. Box 97, Berlin, MD 21811, (410) 641-0097, http://www.thecricketcenter. com/thecricketcenter/Home. html

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11/9 (Saturday) Holiday Bazaar at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

Princess Anne, MD 8:00AM until 2:00PM. A variety of items will be for sale, including antiques, collectibles, fine china, kitchenware, yard sale items and much more at reasonable prices. Elegant Christmas decorations will also be for sale as well as a variety of homemade baked goods. Menu is coffee and donuts from 8AM – 10AM and 11AM – 1PM Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, Oyster Fritter Sandwiches, Chili and Hotdogs. For more information please contact St. Andrew’s Church at somersetparish@ gmail.com or 410-651-2882.

11/9 Holiday Arts & Crafts Bazaar

10am-2pm Mallard Landing Retirement Community will host a Holiday Arts & Crafts Bazaar on Saturday, November 9 in the Mallard Clubhouse. Local community, resident and staff artists will exhibit their work in a variety of media: jewelry, clay, fabric, paper, florals, etc. - for show and for sale. This is a FREE event - open to the general public for early holiday shopping! *Note: Guests are asked to park in available parking lots near the street and save spots close to the condo buildings for residents. Handicap parking is available. Mallard Landing Clubhouse, 410-749-2848 x506

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11/10 (Sunday) Salute our Veterans Brew Tour

12:30 pm Salute our Veterans! .... as we travel locally and support our micro-breweries. Remember our friends and family members who served or are serving our country. Veterans with ID receive 50% discount!! Evolution Brewery, http://www.chesapeaketourplanner.com/toursscheduled.htm 443-366-2784

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11/11 (Monday) Film: Ben Franklin Tech

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m.. The oldest and arguably the wisest of America’s founding fathers, Franklin is perhaps most famous as a man of wit and words. Yet he was also one of history’s greatest scientists and inventors. The film examines the ingenuity and imagination of Franklin’s numerous inventions, including his crafty anti-counterfeiting techniques, his musical instrument and the world’s first bifocal eyeglasses. Bringing to life a man of industry, creativity and undying enthusiasm, Modern Marvels celebrates America’s archetypal innovator. For info call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

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There are few more unlikely venues for a premier arts and crafts show on the Eastern Shore than the YES Gym in Fruitland. Opened in 1996 in a former shirt factory, the long building across from Fruitland Intermediate School is usually packed with folks using all sorts of exercise machines. But on the third Saturday in November each year, the equipment is moved aside to make way for more than 40 artists and crafters to exhibit their wares. Now in its seventh year, the show is coordinated by Laura Ellison, who makes custom jewelry and is also a trainer at the YES Gym. “We launched the show not just to provide an opportunity to ‘shop local’ during the holiday season, but also to raise awareness of the YES Gym and its mission,” Ellison said. According to YES founder Fred Vanderveen, the gym — officially called Youth Exercise Services — is dedicated to providing fitness programs for developmentally disabled individuals, at-risk youth and athletes of all ability levels. This year, as in the past, each exhibiting artist and crafter will donate an item worth $50 or more to a Chinese auction to benefit the YES Gym’s programs. The show features a wide variety of art, from the traditional Eastern Shore paintings of Grover Cantwell, Myrna McGrath and Pat Ellison to the contemporary sculptures of Bernie Houston. Other types of art on exhibit include silkscreen prints, handmade pottery and glassware, ceramics, decoys and jewelry. Crafts on display include wooden furniture, floral arrangements and handmade soaps. The YES Fine Gym Arts and Crafts Show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16. Admission is free. The gym is located at 123 W. Main St. in Fruitland, and parking is available along the street. Call 410-726-1325.

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11/13 (Wednesday) Brushes and Bubbly

7-9PM Description: A fun evening of painting with friends. No experience necessary.  All supplies provided Ages: Adults 21 and over. Bring you own beverage. Cost: $36 for ALOC members and $40 for nonmembers OC Center for the Arts 502 94th St. www. artleagueofoceancity.org

11/13 & 14 Concert: Glass Armonica Musician William Zeitler

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m. In 1761, Benjamin Franklin was in London representing the Pennsylvania legislature to Parliament and attending concerts regularly, including one by Deleval, a colleague of his in the Royal Academy, who performed on a set of water glasses. Franklin was enchanted and determined to invent and build “a more convenient” arrangement. Franklin’s new invention premiered in early 1762, played by Marianne Davies – a well-known musician in London who learned to play Franklin’s new invention. Franklin settled on armonica as the name for his instrument, after the Italian word for harmony “armonia.” Mozart was introduced to the armonica by Franz Mesmer, who used his to “mesmerize” his patients, and later Mozart and Beethoven wrote works for it. Some 200 pieces for armonica survive from that era. For info call 410-543-6271 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

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"The Final Wreath" In the back room of the weathered cabin, dimly cast in candlight Lay the age-d wreath maker, awaiting an angel's flight Though humble in existence, she loved her simple life In a tired broken body, now surrendering to strife She motions her great granddaughter, to impart one final gift A wreath cast of fruits and nuts, her swollen hands could barely lift The little girl embraced the precious gesture, tears swelling up inside As her granny points to the window, speaking out in words deprived On the frozen hand pump outside the window, hung the wreath in falling snow They huddled staring out the window, for the gift God would now bestow A passing flock of hungry waxwings, in a frenzy spied the ring With her gift nearly complete, they felt the angel's wing As her tired eyelids began to fall, the flame flicked out for good Outside that very instant, the final wreath transformed to wood (con't on page 46)

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Ever since my childhood, artwork has been a means of expression and therapy for me. Each year since 1977, I would test my skills against the best professional wildfowl carvers through world competition. My goal has always been to be the very best that I could be. In 1999 when I was diagnosed with a stage three, three inch malignant tumor in my esophagus, art became a way for me to deal with personal tragedy by enhancing my purpose for living. This determination would prove to be a tremendous asset in combating my illness. Determination alone would not have been enough, the support from my family, friends and even strangers, gave me the courage and willpower to keep fighting to live. They refused to let me die when I wanted to at times when it was easier to “let go” than to live. Johns Hopkins Hospital where I was treated in 1999, game me a prognosis which was at best, a 60% chance to live two years. I have learned that there is no measurement for “heart” and 14 years later I am

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early before the damages would became permanent. Tragedy opened up life to me in ways that I had never noticed before. I learned to feel things through from my heart and see them with my eyes. After treatments, I experienced intermittent ministrokes and began writing sonnets as a form of therapy for my brain. My art evolved into not just pure subject matter but with each major piece telling a story and having a message within the piece itself. I call these carvings my “sonnetsculpts”. In 2003, my two children who had worked with me on carvings in their younger years but now were young adults, once again worked with me on an interpretive world piece depicting the rebirth of our country on 9-11, “The Words My heart Can’t Say”. The carving won the prestigious “People’s Choice Award Best in Show” at the world championships of

wildfowl carving. The carving was made from a stump and painted in oils. It depicts “Old Glory” unfurling in the 9-11 rubble with two bald eagle eaglets feathering up on their nest. The vision is once the flag is unfurled the eaglets will take to wing and once again protect our precious values. (“The Words My Hearts Can’t Say” is currently on exhibit at the Crisfield Heritage Museum. His goal is to get “The Words My Heart Can’t Say” to reside at the World Trade Center Memorial where it can help other broken hearts). (con't on page 48)

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Through my illness I learned to put my heart into my artwork. The results have been that I have been able to take my artwork to a higher level. In 2008, Ron was contacted by the TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) Magazine asking for permission to reprint his sonnet “The Words My heart Can’t Say.” Learning about their cause - providing aid and support to families who had lost a loved one in the military, Ron did more that allow his sonnet to be reprinted, he donated his winning 2004 world class carving “Innocence: A Key Moment” to the TAPS Magazine headquarters in Washington D.C. Ron Grangier has worked for the USDA for over 32 years and is currently a Program Auditor working on the Federal State Audit Branch (FSAB), Internal Control and Audit Division (ICAD), Office of Program Evaluation, Enforcement, and Review (OPEER). When he retires, he plans to work on his carvings and ink drawings full time.

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11/14 (Thursday) Lecture: “Hidden in Plain Sight: A Brief Historical Portrait of the Indian Nations of the Eastern Shore” with Céline Carayon at Nabb Gallery, 7 p.m.. Native Americans have inhabited the Delmarva Peninsula for as many as ten thousand years and are still here today, yet their presence is often invisible. Carayon, SU History Department, offers an overview of the complex history of American Indian Nations of the Eastern Shore in the larger contexts of Pre-Columbian cultures, the colonization of North America by Europeans and U.S. government policies. She explores how these historical developments not only shaped Indian fates but also determined what today’s researchers know – and more importantly, don’t know – about the Pocomoke, Assateague, Nanticoke and Choptank peoples whose names still define local landscapes. For info call 410543-6312 or online at http://nabbhistory. salisbury.edu.

11/14 (Thursday) Lecture: “Is The World Really Less Violent?” with Arun Gandhi at Guerrieri Center, Wicomico Room, Salisbury University 7 p.m.. The world learned about peace building and nonviolence from 20th century Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi. His grandson, Arun Gandhi, received one-on-one lessons. Gandhi shares his grandfather’s teachings and more during the talk. Info call 410-543-6030 or online www. salisbury.edu

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7 pm in the Parish Center, Riverside Drive, Salisbury, MD. For tickets and info, call The Dressing Room at 410-546-4749.

11/14-17* & 21-24* Theatre: God of Carnage

Fulton Hall Black Box Theatre, 8 p.m. & *2 p.m.. Following a playground fight between two boys, their parents meet to discuss the incident. But a rational discussion among adults quickly devolves into a childish evening of name-calling, tears and tantrums (mature content). Admission: $15; $12 seniors, students & SU alumni with ID. Info call 410-543-6228 or online www.salisbury.edu/theateranddance

11/15 (Friday) Salisbury Sunrise Rotary Club is having a $1,000.00 Cash Giveaway Raffle drawing at the Irish Penny Restaurant in Salisbury, MD. Tickets are $10.00 per ticket and all proceeds will benefit local Tri-County Scholarships.Those participating do not need to be present to win.

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Old OO This year Olde Princess Anne Days has been combined with the Christmas event at Teackle Mansion and will take place on December 7th, giving you a chance to full enjoy the history of Princess Anne at Christmas time. The event is being put on by the Somerset County Historical Society which was established in 1965. In 2000 the society merged with Olde Princess Anne Days Inc. and has been managing the event since then. The SCHS has been focused on restoring Teackle Mansion to its former glory through projects such as painting and graining of woodwork, repairing plaster and woodwork and also archeological investigations to get a glimpse of life at Teackle Mansion in the past. The Olde Princess Anne Days Christmas event will be a wonderful time for all who attend! There will be tours of historic homes decorated for the season as well as an evening candlelight dinner at Teackle Mansion. The homes included in this tour are as follows: Mac Allen House (1922), Linden Hill (1835-36), Dashiell-Williams House(1905), Thomas Brittingham House(1817), Old Library(1860), Daniel Collins House(1910) and Teackle Mansion(1802-1804; 1818-1819). The tours of the homes are taking place from 2-6 pm for $15 a person; the tours of Teackle Mansion are from 1-4 pm. There is a reception from 6-7 pm with dinner being served at 7 pm. There will also be a silent auction. Limited seating is available for this dinner and tickets are $30 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be acquired by calling the Somerset County Historical Society at 410-651-2238. For more information visit their website at: http://somersetcountyhistoricalsociety.org/

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11/15 (Friday) Downtown Salisbury’s 3rd Friday Arts Stroll & Events 11/15 (Friday) Concert: SU Percussion Ensemble

Holloway Hall Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. Info call 410-543-6385 or online www.salisbury.edu

11/15 (Friday) Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Symposium 8:30 to Noon. Free. Hear experts on health care reform discuss Obamacare, Medicare, Medicare

Prescription coverage, Maryland Insurance Exchanges. Free Parking. Light Refreshments. Seating is limited. Location of Symposium is at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. Register by 11/10/13 at kelley@macinc.org or leave message at 410.742.0505x101

11/15 (Friday) Walk the Bury at 3rd Friday

5,6,7 pm WALK THE ‘BURY!! with a certified interpretative guide and learn about Salisbury’s vibrant 281 year history! fires...steamboat wharves, cranberry bogs, 40acre lake, mills and more. Join us at 5, 6 or 7pm for a 45 minute walking tour. Look for us at Division St. and W. Main on the downtown Plaza Downtown Plaza, http://www.chesapeaketourplanner.com/tours-scheduled.htm 443-366-2784

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11/15 - 12/14 Exhibit: “City of Tiny Lights: A Juried Exhibition of Small Works”

Downtown Campus; Reception: Friday, November 15, 5-8 p.m.. Selected works from across the country that engage the miniscule, the microscopic and the tiny will be on view. For more information call 410-548-2547 or visit the SU Art Galleries website at www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

11/16 (Saturday) YES GYM Fine Arts & Crafts Show Details on page 40. 11/16 (Saturday) Adventures in Ideas Humanities Seminar: “Gunfighter Nation: Violence & Nonviolence in America” with Donald Whaley TETC 179, SU Campus 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The Newtown Massacre and the Boston Marathon bombing are recent tragic manifestations of the enduring challenge of violence in America. This seminar explores the history of violence in America, with special attention to the JFK assassination on its 50th anniversary, as well as the American tradition that has offered a nonviolent alternative. Cost: $30 (includes coffee, snacks and lunch) Info call 410-543-6030 or online.

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11/16 (Saturday) Canines On The Catwalk

11/17 (Sunday) Concert: Salisbury Chorale It will be furry fashion at its finest! The & University Chorale: “A Delaware SPCA will host its 140th Anniversary Spiritual Messiah” Gala – Canines on the Catwalk – at Greenville Country Club from 6:30-10:00 pm on Saturday, November 16. An evening of tasteful delights, music and entertainment, a silent auction and more will culminate in a runway fashion show featuring “haute dogs and feline “fashionistas” – both adopted shelter pets and some seeking homes. Tickets are $125 per person. For more information and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.delspca.org or call 302/998-2281.

11/16 (Saturday) Habitat for Humanity Worcester County – Gala

Atlantic Hotel, Berlin, MD.. Nov 16 Island Coffeehouse
The Island Coffeehouse, sponsored by the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance, occurs on the third Saturday of each month. There is time for people to mingle and we sell coffee, soft drinks, beer, wine and homemade goodies. The Island Coffeehouse is popular with kids, seniors, locals, and visitors. Come out and enjoy the fun at the Chincoteague Senior Center on Church Street. Admission is $5. Doors open at 7:00 and performances start at 7:30. For more details visit www.chincoteagueculturalalliance.org/coffee_house. html, email info@chincoteagueculturalalliance.org, or call 757-336-0044

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Holloway Hall Auditorium, SU Campus 5 p.m. The chorales and soloists from the American Spiritual Ensemble place Negro spirituals into the dramatic structure of Handel’s Messiah. Admission: $15, $12 seniors; Info call 410-5436385 or online: www.salisbury.edu/musicdept

11/17 (Sunday) Girl’s Day out!

11:30 am prepare for the holidays with stops at variety of Food Stores and Queenstown Outlets........and we do all the driving!! Bring a friend or 2 and shop Easton, Annapolis and Queenstown.....specialty food stores, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and the outlets. Easy day of relaxation and fun..........LADIES ONLY!! Pecan Square Shopping Center then onto Annapolis. http://www.chesapeaketourplanner.com/toursscheduled.htm 443-366-2784

11/18 (Monday) Film: Frontline: Revolution in Cairo

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m.. Frontline dispatches teams to Cairo, going inside the movement that helped light the fire on the streets. This film contains mature content, including graphic imagery and descriptions of police abuse. Viewer discretion is advised. Info call 410-5436271 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

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November and December will be exciting months at Main Street Gallery. Not only will the artist members be showing their own original artworks but each artist is inviting their favorite artist to show with her or him. The stunning array of paintings, drawings, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics, photographs, fabric design and artful furniture on view and for sale promises to be a visual feast! Those looking for works to complement their homes or for gifts for family members and friends will find much to tempt them. The gallery’s annual and highly popular raffle of artworks donated by member artists will only heighten the excitement. Works to be raffled off will be on view starting November 7 and the raffle will take place at the second Saturday opening reception on November 9th from 5-8 pm. This is a great way to own an affordable and original work of art and you can feel doubly good about your purchase as a portion of the proceeds will go to the Cambridge food bank. Main Street Gallery is located at 447 Race Street in Cambridge MD. The reception is free and open to the public and light refreshments will be served. To become a part of the Main Street Gallery Co-op Artists and more information about this event, please contact: Theresa Knight McFadden 703-201-7157

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Over 50+ dealers are housed in our 10,000 square foot building. Open Sun-Friday 11AM-5PM; Sat 10AM-5PM

O’Neal’s Antiques Rt 13, Laurel, DE 302-875-3391

With over 5,000 square feet of antiques of exceptional quality, you will find a treasure just waiting to be discovered. Known as “the most interesting place on Delmarva,” you can easily spend the whole day browsing through a variety of items from the past. We specialize in antique, estate and new jewelry. Open Mon-Sat 10AM-5PM, Closed Sunday.

Town Center Antiques 1 N. Main St., Berlin, MD & 11 Pitts St., Berlin, MD 410-629-1895

We have over 100 antique vendors in our 2 locations that encompass an entire square block in downtown historic Berlin. We have it all! Open Mon-Sun 10-5pm. Follow us on facebook. The largest antique train and tin toy shop on Delmarva in the heart of historic downtown Berlin.

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Toy Town Antiques & More 115 N. Main St., Berlin, MD 410-641-9370 Scarborough Fair Country Store Rt. 50 Mardela Springs, MD 410-749-7979

New, Used, Consignment, Vintage, Antiques & unusual finds in our 7,000 square foot showroom! Plus we have painted furniture, gifts, handcrafted furniture & Best Chairs; Open Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30PM, Sun 115PM; Closed on Wed.

Holly Ridge Lamps & Antiques 1406 S. Salisbury Blvd, Unit A Salisbury, MD (Lic#2577) 410-742-4392

The largest selection of lamps, lamp shades and parts on the Eastern Shore! Full service repair on site. Beautiful one of a kind hand crafted furniture and antiques. We also buy and trade gold & silver. Or find us online at www. Hollyridgelamps.com. Call for hours.

Just Junkin’ 8520 Newark Rd, Newark, MD 410-251-2773

We specialize in a lil’ bit of everything including small furniture, Roger Lent Paintings, antiques, depression glass, decoys, fun & collectibles. New items daily. Call for appointment or open by chance.

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Antiques by the River 310 N. Washington St. (Rt 12) Snow Hill, MD 21863 410-632-2333

Nestled next to the Pocomoke River in Historic Downtown Snow Hill, come browse our large & wonderful selection of ‘tiques, uniques and for those lovely gardens, visit our Country Flag Shop.Store phone: 410-632-2333 Hours: Open Daily except closed on Mondays. For appointments call: 443-995-1366

Delmarva Coins & Precious Metals PO Box 220, Snow Hill, MD www.delmarvacoins.com 443-880-2564

We are the Eastern Shore’s division of Coins of the Realm, Inc., providing the best services related to coins, stamp and jewelry. We assist clients in building quality collections at reasonable prices. We also offer strategies for liquidating holdings at customers’ request. Call Garrow King for a private appointment or email at delmarvacoins@gmail.com. Lic#ANA LM5910

Just Yesterday 317 High Street, Cambridge, MD (Historical Downtown) 443-225-6963

We are a unique store with many treasures. Specializing in revitalized furniture, home decor, collectibles/antiques, custom signs and shelves & artisan jewelry. We also carry 
a large selection of Leaning Tree cards and gifts. Open Daily except Wednesday. Call for hours.

Maggie’s Hatbox 510 Poplar St., Cambridge, MD 410-901-1200

From the whimsical to the collectible! We have antiques, vintage hats, eclectics, pottery and decorative arts. Open Wed-Sun 10AM-4PM and by appointment 443-521-2905

Somerset Choice Antiques & Bookshop 11765 & 11775 Somerset Avenue Princess Anne, MD somersetchoiceantiques.org 410-651-2238

Come and see the shop that has people talking - downtown Princess Anne - quality consignments - new finds every week – antiques, vintage, cottage, shabby chic and manly-man sections - PLUS the only bookshop in Somerset County!

Classic Collections at the Vault 105& 132 Market Street Historic Downtown Pocomoke, Md. 21851 410-957-9919

Located in quaint downtown Historic Pocomoke City, you will find our unique selection of fine antiques, 18th & 19th century European furniture, sculptures, ornate frames, mirrors and more displayed in a 5500 sq ft classically restored bank. Our estate & gold jewelry includes diamonds & gems at affordable prices. Open Wednesday thru Saturday 10AM-6PM.

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Take a trip back in time when furniture & decor was enchanting and made to last for centuries! Gathered from the far reaches of the world, carefully selected and displayed in a classically restored 5500 sq ft bank in historic downtown Pocomoke - your walk through time will feature beautiful estate and gold jewelry, incredible pieces like fine 18th & 19th Century Antiques, inlaid and Pietra Dura tables, Venetian chandeliers, hand carvings, sculptures, clocks, tapestries, ornate frames and mirrors and brilliant cut crystal, blended with semi-precious stone carvings, Franz Porcelain, and art glass from the finest artists in the WORLD! Visit Classic Collections at The Vault -- Wed thru Sat 10 am - 6 pm 105 & 132 MARKET STREET, POCOMOKE, MD 61 410-957-9919 or 410-957-4653


11/19-21 Water Color Secrets Revealed

9:30am - 4:30pm each day, Nationally known, award winning artist, Tom Lynch, will give daily demonstrations with plenty of individual, Attention and positive critique. Cost: $360 for members $430 for nonmembers, OC Center for the Arts 502 94th St. www.artleagueofoceancity.org

11/19 (Tuesday) Guitar in the Gallery

Fulton Hall, University Gallery, 12:30 p.m. Cumming, head of guitar studies at SU, has performed as a soloist and in chamber ensembles in the United States, Canada and Europe. She holds a Doctorate of Music in guitar performance from McGill University, where her research on cross-culturalism in classical guitar composition and rock music culminated in her doctoral paper “Led Zeppelin and Carlo Domeniconi: Truth Without Authenticity?” For more information call 410-543-6385 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

11/20 (Wednesday) Pasta and Pottery

5:30 - 8PM. Location: OC Center for the Arts 502 94th St. www.artleagueofoceancity.org Description: Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner with wine, then make your own pasta bowl in our pottery studio. No experience necessary. Must be 21 to be served wine.  Soft drinks available. Cost: $50 for members $55 for nonmembers  Includes dinner, clay, firing and all supplies

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11/20 (Wednesday) Lecture: “I Knew You Before I Met You: How Social Media Has Changed the Way We Communicate” with Jennifer Cox

Holloway Hall, Great Hall, 7 p.m.. When viewed alongside other eras of development, the social media revolution occurred seemingly overnight, and the power of this new mode of communication cannot be overstated. Cox, SU Communication Arts Department, explores how online networks, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, break down traditional physical and social distance barriers, forever changing the ways in which we portray ourselves and view others. For more information call 410-543-6271 or visit www.salisbury.edu

11/20 (Wednesday) Writers-on-the-Shore: Susan McCarty

Commons, Worcester Room, 8 p.m. McCarty, SU assistant professor of English, reads from her fiction. McCarty’s stories and essays have appeared in numerous journals and magazines, including the Utne Reader, Indiana Review, Willow Springs and Conjunctions. She has an M.F.A. from Vermont College and a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. Previously, she worked as a fiction editor in New York. Info call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

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  This fall, take a walk along the Salisbury Zoo’s Delmarva Trail, sponsored by Richard & Patricia Hazel, which will lead you to see Red Wolves, WhiteTailed Deer, a Beaver, and Wild Turkeys. Each of these animals is an integral part of our Eastern Shore eco-system, life-style, and heritage. A particular example this month is the Wild Turkey. Enclosed with the White-Tailed Deer on exhibit at the Zoo, both gobblers, male turkeys, and hens, female turkeys, can be found. The Zoo’s collection consists of tree hens and one gobbler. In addition, there is one turkey from the wild that has voluntarily joined the flock; he leaves and returns at will, but seems to reside mostly with the turkeys at the Zoo. Like most birds in nature, the males are more distinctive and larger; they feature more vibrant colors, bald heads, pointed spurs, and long beards. Beards are an average of nine inches; however, the longest on record is eighteen inches! Full grown gobblers can weigh around sixteen to twenty four pounds; hens are around eight to ten pounds. While females are more neutral in color, they share some characteristics with the gobblers. For example, hens do have stubby spurs and some hens may grow a short beard.

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These appearances serve a purpose for each gender. Again, like most birds, the males are brighter to attract a mate; the iridescent amber, gold, green, and red feathers of a gobbler look particularly appealing when paired with a puffed chest and fanned tail. Hens sport brown and grays to remain camouflaged while sitting on their nest. According to the Zoo’s Animal Curator, Ann Konopik, “Our turkeys do actively breed and lay eggs; however, we do not allow them to

hatch as the young are not place able and we cannot release them.” A turkey’s mating season begins around February and will last until sometime in April. After successful mating hens will create a nest and lay eggs. They will lay between eight to twelve eggs; laying about one per day. Hens will lay on her eggs for about four weeks until they are ready to hatch. Young turkeys, known as poults, leave the nest quickly to feed. Wild turkeys eat a variety of items from seeds and berries to insects and small reptiles. While living at the Zoo, turkeys dine on a specially formulated game bird feed; they also help themselves to the deer feed and fruits. There are five sub-species of turkeys that live in North America. Eastern Turkeys call the Zoo home and are the most common type of turkey. In addition to the Eastern, the other sub-species are: Osceola, Rio Grande, Merriam’s, and Gould’s. The Osceola Turkey is only found on the Florida peninsula. Wild turkeys are quite different from domestic turkeys; while the turkeys at the Zoo are not living in the wild, they are not domesticated. Domestic turkeys are tame and raised on farms, primarily to be used as a food source. Domestic

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turkeys typically have white pin-feathers and larger breasts that make their appearance vary from a wild turkey. Turkeys in the wild use a variety of environments to serve their life purposes; they prefer to use open areas for eating and mating while they prefer hidden, forested areas for nesting and roosting. This mix of area requirements is needed for a turkey’s survival. There was a time when this quality habitat was lacking -- in the 1930s turkeys were highly endangered. Thanks to the Pittman-Robertson Act in 1937, wild-life restoration program, and responsible hunters, the turkey population is able to thrive.

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11/21 (Thursday) Salisbury Area Chamber Business Expo

11/21 (Thursday) Play Time for infants to age 5 10:30am, Snow Hill Library, 410-632-3495

11AM – 7PM Sponsored by the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and Presented by Comcast Spotlight. Make valuable business-to-business connections, view todays business products, and learn about services and technologies available, and join local business people at the Business After Hours sponsored by Maryland Capital Enterprises and hotdesk.org. The Chamber will also be holding its November General Membership Luncheon in the Normandy Arena prior to the opening of the Expo. A special speaker will be provided and the cost is $20.00 for the luncheon. Reservations are required for the luncheon http://www.salisburyarea.com

Watermen’s Inn 901 W. Main St., Crisfield

11/22-30 Oyster Week at The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

Don’t miss the special ode to the oyster when guests enjoy special oyster entrees, oyster trivia, and oyster inspired activities, including our Oyster Cup Golf Tournament on Nov. 23. Call 410.901.1234 for more information. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina.

11/23 (Saturday) Yard Sale at the Somerset County Civic Center

7 am - Noon. Want to clear out the clutter and earn a little cash for the holidays? Table rental is $10/table. Set-up is Friday evening or Saturday morning before the sale opens. Food concession will be open.  If you want to clear out the clutter, but don’t want to have a table, consider donating your items to Somerset County Fair Board table.  You’ll support a great organization, while gaining some space in your home.  For more information about the sale or donating items, call Ashley Wallace at 410651-1935.

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11/23 (Saturday) Holiday Bazaar

8 a.m.Immanuel United Church of Christ, 5401 White Hall Rd, Cambridge, MD 21613 410-228-4640

11/23 (Saturday) Christmas Arts & Crafts Festival

9 am to 3 pm, presented by the Pocomoke Area Chamber of Commerce.  This event will be held at the Pocomoke City Volunteer Fire Co. Community Center, 1410 Market Street, Pocomoke.  Admission$2 for adults, free for children.  Info: 410-957-1919 or pocomokechamber@gmail.com

11/24 (Sunday) Concert: Madrigal Choir

Holloway Hall Auditorium, 4:30 p.m.; For more information call 410-543-6385 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu

11/24 (Sunday) Harvest Brew Tour

12:30 pm Taste the latest micro-brews in the area.......tour includes 3 stops and tasters at each location.....great deal and best of all, no worries.......WE DO ALL THE DRIVING!! Call to reserve your group for this occasion.......SEE YOU ON THE VAN!! Evolution Brewery, http://www. chesapeaketourplanner.com/tours-scheduled. htm 443-366-2784

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11/25 (Monday) Christmas Tree Lighting

5:30pm, Byrd Park, Snow Hill, 410-632-2080

11/25 - 12/11 Exhibit: 49th Biannual Senior Graphic Design Show

University Gallery; Reception & Awards Ceremony: Friday, December 6, 6-8 p.m. Visiting Artist Talk by Kimberly Dow, Thursday December 5, 5 p.m., Fulton Hall 111. Dow talks about her experience in the world of design and marketing. An award-winning graphic designer and SU graduate, her attention to detail and creative problem-solving skills have produced work recognized by the American Advertising Federation, Graphic Design USA magazine, the Creativity Awards, American Corporate ID awards and more. Dow is the owner of Kalico design, in Frederick, MD, which focuses on projects promoting healthy lifestyles, such as those in the wellness, organic, holistic or women-oriented industries. She is also the former president of the Greater Frederick chapter of the American Advertising Federation. Info call 410-5482547 or visit the SU Art Galleries website at www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

11/28 (Thursday) Thanksgiving Feast at The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

For an unforgettable Thanksgiving, our elegant

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The last decoy show of the year for Chicnoteague carvers and artists. With over 100 exhibitors, come do your Christmas Shopping at the Chincoteague Combined School at 4586 Main St., Chincoteague Island, VA. Info: 757-3366161. Nov 29: Hrs: 1-7PM; Nov 30th 9am-6PM

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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge celebrates the marvel of fall migration. It’s a special time of year! A variety of guided walks and auditorium programs will be offered during this time. For more details visit www.fws.gov/ northeast/chinco, or call 757-336-6122.

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Holiday Tours by Chesapeake Tours & Promotions Carriage Rides every weekend in Historic Downtown Berlin Santa visits Berlin – for the Holidays! 12/2

Pocomoke Christmas Parade, 7PM Delmarva’s largest nighttime parade. (rain date is Dec 3rd )

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12/14 Beer, Chili, and Coffee Cook-Off, Cambridge, MD 12/13 Ladies Night at Pemberton Pharmacy, 6-9PM 12/14 Picture Day with Santa at Pemberton Pharmacy 10AM-2PM 12/20 Cookies & Cocoa with Mrs. Claus at Pemberton Pharmacy, 5-7PM 12/21 Second Picture Day with Santa Day at Pemberton Pharmacy 10AM – 2PM

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