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Oxford Points of Interest cemetery may be seen Plimhimmon, home of Tench Tilghman’s widow, Anna Marie Tilghman. 2. THE OXFORD COMMUNITY CENTER - This former, pillared brick schoolhouse was saved from the wrecking ball by the town residents. Now it is a gathering place for meetings, classes, lectures, and performances by the Tred Avon Players and has been recently renovated. Rentals available to groups and individuals. 410-226-5904 or www.oxfordcc.org. 3. THE COOPERATIVE OXFORD LABORATORY - U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Maryland Department of Natural Resources located here. 410-226-5193 or www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/oxford. 3A. U.S. COAST GUARD STATION - 410-226-0580. 4. CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY - Founded in 1851. Designed by esteemed British architect Richard Upton, co-founder of the American Institute of Architects. It features beautiful stained glass windows by the acclaimed Willet Studios of Philadelphia. www.holytrinityoxfordmd.org. 5. OXFORD TOWN PARK - Former site of the Oxford High School.

TRICROWN INN FOR PETS “Because You Really Care”

Baked Goods on Saturdays at Easton Farmers Market

Professional Boarding Grooming Services

Homemade Soups Sandwiches · Salads Frozen Meats · Groceries Breads · Cold Cuts Beer · Wine · Liquor

Inside/Outside Runs for Dogs & Cats

Pet Supplies

Reservations Required Open 7 Days 27563 Oxford Rd., Oxford 410-822-1921 www.tricrowninn.com

410-226-0015 203 S. Morris St., Oxford 138

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