Cambridge-South Dorchester High School will charge $6 for entrance to all home ticketed athletic events. Ticket purchases will be online only at gofan.com
You can purchase your online ticket at the gate with the school’s iPad — credit/debit cards only (tap, swipe and chip accepted)
Ticket prices are $6 for adults. Students’ tickets are $3.
Student tickets will be available for presale in-house for C-SD students only the day before and day of each event. Non-C-SD students must present valid student ID at the gate for student admission price.
The Eastern Shore Jousting Association will hold their Annual Championship Joust on Sept. 24 starting at 1 p.m. at the Tuckahoe Equestrian Center, 619 Crouse Mill Road, Queen Anne. For more information, contact Diane Sherwood at 410-310-7945.
The Coastal Association of REALTORS is seeking sponsors for its fifth annual Golf Tournament to benefit the Coastal REALTORS Foundation on Oct. 12, at the Ocean City Golf Club Seaside Course.
Registration opens at 12 p.m. and the shotgun start is 1 p.m. The tournament is a four-person scramble with all levels of players welcome.
The cost to participate is $500 per team. Players without a team are welcome to register for $125 and will be assigned. Teams who wish to sponsor a tee sign will receive a discount. Prizes will be awarded for best and worst scores. Included in the cost of registration are green fees, golf cart rental, a swag bag, drink tickets, snacks, and a full after-golf meal.
The event is the primary fundraiser for the Coastal REALTORS® Foundation, which is a charitable fund held by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. The fund provides grants to local nonprofit organizations that are supported by members of Coastal. The foundation has supported organizations like Habitat for Humanity, The Cricket Center, Crisfield Smith Island Cultural Alliance, and Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, to name a few.
There are various levels of sponsorship available, ranging in price from $125 to $3,000. Last year’s event hosted 96 players and raised more than $18,000.