Argentinian cuisine featured in MAC’s Lunch Around the World Series
MAC’s June Lunch Around the World Series menu is bursting with flavors from Argentina.
The menu includes: beef and chicken empanadas with salsa, cilantro lime rice, street corn salad, and shortbread cookies.
Orders are due by noon on Friday, June 17; orders can be picked up between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. at MAC on Wednesday, June 22.
The cost is $12 per meal. Proceeds will benefit MAC’s Meals on Wheels.
To order online, visit macinc.org/lunch-world. In-person orders also are being taken at MAC’s front desk. No phone orders please.
For more information on the Around the World Lunch Series, or on MAC services and programs, call 410-742-0505.
Heritage Area Hosts Public Art Workshop
The Beach to Bay Heritage Area is hosting a Public Art workshop on Wednesday, June 22, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Revival venue and event space in Downtown Salisbury.
This is a Lunch and Learn format so attendees can bring their own lunch while listening to our dynamic speakers.
The workshop is being led by Jamie Heater, Executive Director, Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District and Amanda Fenstermaker, longtime Tourism Director of Dorchester County. The workshop will explore why public art equals economic development, how it tells a story and brings visitors to our downtowns.
According to Americans for the Arts, art in public spaces plays a distinguishing role in our country’s history and culture. It reflects and reveals our society, enhances meaning in our civic spaces, and adds uniqueness to our communities. Public art humanizes the built environment. It provides an intersection between past, present, and future; between disciplines and ideas. Public art matters because our communities gain cultural, social, and economic value through public art.
The Beach to Bay Heritage Area is a tri-county, nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote, preserve and protect the cultural heritage, historical linkages and natural assets of Maryland’s lower eastern shore. The workshop is the third in a series that is supported by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information and to reserve a seat, please email email@example.com
Women Supporting Women Hosts 18th Annual Ride for Awareness
For the 18th year, local nonprofit organization, Women Supporting Women will host their annual Ride for Awareness on Saturday, July 23.
The event was rescheduled from the original May 14 date.
Ride will begin at the Women Supporting Women Office. Registration begins at 10 a.m.; kickstands up 11 a.m.
The ride ends at Berlin American Legion Post #123 Boggs Disharoon. Berlin, MD.
Registration for the Ride is $25 per rider and $10 per passenger. The first 100 registered riders will receive a commemorative event patch.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase along with 50/50 and gift card tree raffle.
More information for the event is available by contacting the WSW office at 410-548-7880.
Artisan Market at Cherry Beach June 25
The Cherry Beach Summer Solstice Artisan Market is being planned for Saturday, June 25, at Cherry Beach Park in Sharptown.
Local artisans and crafters will be set up and selling their goods. Live music will be provided by the Shore Blues Band.
Food trucks Cheezz'd Out and Pete's Peteza will be in attendance, as well as Mister Softee Ice Cream Truck.
For further information, contact Rachel Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Land Trust celebrates pollinators June 24-25
The second annual Pollinator Garden Tour will take place Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25.
This self-guided tour covers nine Pollinator-Friendly gardens across Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore. Visit beautiful gardens landscaped with native plants, watch artists painting 'en plein air', and gain inspiration for your own gardening projects.
Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door, available at lowershorelandtrust.org on the News and Events page.
An added attraction this year is the Preview Party Cocktail Reception, hosted by Charles “Buddy” Jenkins at Newport Farms in Berlin.
To learn more about this intimate preview and cocktail reception and how you can support the pollinator and habitat work of the Lower Shore Land Trust, contact Kate Patton at email@example.com or go to lowershorelandtrust.org.
Wicomico County Fair returns Aug. 19-21
The Wicomico Farm & Home Show and Wicomico County are proud to announce the return of the Wicomico County Fair, set for Aug. 19-21 at WinterPlace Park in Salisbury.
This year’s event will celebrate 86 years of fair traditions.
“Our team is excited to dive into planning another year of the Fair,” said Zach Evans, Wicomico County Fair chair. “As always, the Fair will deliver a program of free, family-friendly activities – and perhaps a few new surprises – to WinterPlace Park this summer.”
Applications are open for food, commercial and craft vendors and nonprofit organizations.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available starting at $500. Sponsors are able to deliver their message to thousands of Fair attendees.
Vendor applications and sponsorship packets are available at WicomicoFair.com.
Admission and parking at the fair are free. For more information, visit WicomicoFair.com.
Revival schedules weekend of shows
Revival in Downtown Salisbury has shows scheduled this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“Back To The 80s Drag Show” will be performed Friday at 8 p.m.
Everything from the 1980s is “in” again and the decade is back with a vengeance.
Join the zany, yet award-winning, Magnolia Applebottom for a night of live singing, comedy, light choreography, and specialty cocktails. With special guests Amethyst Diamond and Jade DeVere.
On Saturday at 6 p.m., its “Dancing To Death: Murder at Studio 79 Murder Mystery Dinner,” presented by Ovation Dinner Theatre.
The show features a Disco Dance Competition at Studio 79 in New York City. Everybody will be Doing the Hustle and the competition is sure to be heating up with Boogie Fever as competitors vie for the coveted Disco Ball Trophy proving that they are the best dancer anywhere.
Sunday will feature a “Drag Bingo Brunch” beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Join the bingo game at no extra cost with hilarious commentary from our hostess extraordinaire! Fierce performances, exquisite talent, and glamorous costumes await.
Join Magnolia Applebottom for a night of live singing, comedy, light choreography and specialty cocktails.
Coffee, tea, and a special starter treat from the kitchen will be included with your ticket purchase. Delicious food and drink brunch items available at an additional cost.
Tickets available online at revivalshows.com or call the box office at 667- 281-0101 for assistance.
Revival is located in the City Center building in Downtown Salisbury. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Players to stage Jesus Christ Superstar this weekend
The Community Players of Salisbury will stage a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Jesus Christ Superstar” this weekend at Wicomico High School Auditorium on Glen Avenue in Salisbury.
This rock opera’s genesis was a concept album that resulted from Webber’s 1970 collaboration with lyricist Tim Rice; the album premiered in October 1971. It shot to the top of the U.S. Billboard Pop Albums listing, and several of the numbers in the performance will be instantly recognizable to many audience members.
Performances will be Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Call 410-546-0099 or visit sbyplayers.com.