ShoreRivers – Event Updates

ShoreRivers – Event Updates

We are cautiously moving forward with events beginning in September, and are taking all necessary precautions to ensure we are following federal and state guidelines. If you have any specific questions about events, contact our Development & Events Coordinator Connor Liu at cliu@shorerivers.org.   September 11 – Project Clean Stream coincides this year with the National Day […]

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Mayor Willey’s thoughts on business in Downtown Easton

As was mentioned at the Town Council meeting on September 9th, I can understand the frustration that must exist within our business community.    According to the reports, we have  hit on a good thing, with the parklets and outdoor dining.   Not everyone agrees with them, but there has been some success.  Let’s not stop […]

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Update on the Inner Courtyard from Lynn Thomas, Easton Town Planner

Easton Mayor Robert C. Willey has recently directed Town staff to take a look at a longstanding concept in Downtown Easton circles, to see if it retains relevance and is worth pursuing in 2020.  The idea is that of the “Inner Courtyard” project.  Bob Greenlee (Managing Director and Senior Advisor in the Chesapeake Office of […]

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Interview with Robbie Gill, CEO YMCA Chesapeake

EEDC: We heard some great things about how the YMCA stepped up to help the community when the pandemic first hit. Tell us. Robbie Gill: We closed our 11 facilities across the Eastern Shore of Maryland and one in Virginia on March 16th. The following week, we pivoted our resources to provide shelter care programming […]

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Volunteers Needed for COVID-19 Food Distribution Efforts in Talbot County

Volunteers Needed for COVID-19 Food Distribution Efforts in Talbot County Despite returning to a new level of normalcy in our lives as we deal with COVID-19, there is still an ongoing need for food assistance throughout our communities in Talbot County. As many people have returned to work, there is also a need for volunteers […]

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For All Seasons Participates in Oxford Picket Fence Project

Local artist Kevin Garber of St. Michaels has painted a picket fence for the Oxford Business Association’s (OBA) fall auction representing For All Seasons. For the past 10 years, local artists from Oxford, Easton, and St. Michaels have volunteered their time, talents, and creativity to produce colorful painted scenes on each 4-picket section of the […]

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