Friday, April 27th & Friday, May 4th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Joviality, 406 Market Street, Denton
The Fairies are coming! Joviality will be hosting a Fairy Forest Garden Party. Come at twilight to see the garden aglow with lights, fairies, and tree gnomes. $2.00 admission includes children's activities and treats, with proceeds benefiting the Denton Child Care Development Center. Fairy items, painting your own pottery & face painting will also be available.
Rain Date: Friday, May 11th. Contact: 410.479.0426
Friday, February 3rd 7:00 pm
Caroline Central Library
Market Street, Denton
Enjoy an evening of Irish, soulful Bluegrass. Formed in 2005 by four of Maryland's pre-eminent Irish traditional musicians, the Hedge Band consists of Billy McComiskey, Laura Byrne Egan, Donna Long and Pat Egan. Find out more at www.carolinearts.org. FREE! Contact: 410.479.1009
Sat, January 21st 6:00 pm
Caroline Country Club, Pealiquor Road, Denton
Come celebrate the life and works of English writer J.R.R. Tolkien at the Caroline County Council of Arts' Annual Literary Supper. This fun-filled evening will featured a gourmet four- course meal inspired by the work of Tolkien, including Gamgee's Pork Pot Pie & Shire Biscuits, Niggle's Roasted Root Vegetables, Bilbo Baggins Relish Tray, Beorn's Honey Nut Pastries and more.
Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat today. For reservations and information, please call 410.479.1009, email email@example.com or visit carolinearts.org
Friday Nites in Caroline presents The Bay Country Chorus on Friday, January 20, 7:00 pm at Caroline County Public Library in Denton.
The Bay Country Chorus is an all-male barbershop chorus founded in 1995, and has a proud tradition of performance and service to the community. Barbershop style music is four- part, a cappella, close-harmony singing with the melody sung in the second voice called the “lead.” The tenor harmonizes above the lead, the bass sings the lowest harmonizing notes and the baritone provides the in-between notes to form consonant, pleasing chords.
The music is in the style of “old songs” from the heyday of Tin Pan Alley and is suitable for all ages.
Shore Rehabilitation at Denton added a highly versatile training machine to its collection of physical therapy tools thanks to a donation from the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
The Keiser® Infinity Trainer is a multi-functional machine that can be used to exercise any part of the body in a variety of ways. With two adjustable arms to accommodate high and low positions and an assortment of attachments, the equipment gives patients the ability to work on range of motion, strength training, building muscle and power training.
The Infinity Trainer uses air-pressurized resistance, which the physical therapist can adjust by one-tenth of a pound within a range from zero to 106 pounds.
Thurs, December 1st 6:00 pm
Market Street, Denton
Get into the holiday spirit at Denton's Annual Holiday
Parade, which features marching bands, Santa, and the best of the season. Following the parade, watch the illumination of the Courthouse Green and enjoy a holiday musical performance. Contact: 410.479.2050 FREE!
218 Market Street, Denton MD
Thursday, Dec 1st & Friday, Dec 2nd: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturdays, Dec 3rd - Dec 17th: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sundays, Dec 4th - Dec 18th: Noon - 4:00 pm
The Miracle on Market Street Holiday Marketplace features unique, locally crafted gifts! You'll find one-of-a-kind items from local vendors, including Barbara Martin Designs, D'Artemis Essentials, Michele Wade from Cindy Draper & Associates Patti's Petals, Tea Tyme, Saturday Soup at Salad Star, Sunday Soup at Harry's and more! For more information, please visit www.downtowndenton.com or call 410.479.4305
Martinak State Park Saturday, August 20, 2011 09:00am Event Cost: $10 in advance; $15 the day of the event
Part of Caroline Summerfest, Rivah Run is a fun open 2-mile paddling event for children and adults of all ages. Children under 18 must be with an adult.
Any type of paddle craft is eligible for this "poker run." Beginning at Martinak State Park, each paddler stops at a series of checkpoints to receive a playing card, finishing at the Choptank River Yacht Club. At the finish, the best five card poker hand wins the top prize. Local businesses have also contributed prizes for other winning poker hands.