Saturday May 5, 2012 9am-2pm
CCAD Adoption Center
300A Island Professional Park
Stevensville (across from Western Auto)
Annuals, Perennials, Herbs, House Plants, Hanging Baskets and much, much more!
ALL proceeds help support the rescued animals in our care.
More Info: 410-643-9955
*Enter the raffle for a chance to win a Garden Cart filled with gardening accessories!
History-making Galveston Island Pleasure Pier to feature two major Ride attractions
The recent unveiling of plans for Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier, Texas, culminates several months of major theme park announcements in the United States and abroad that prominently feature Stevensville’s Ride Entertainment Group attractions.
Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier is one of the largest new amusement park projects to open in the United States in decades, and will be anchored by two attractions that will come from Ride Entertainment Group: a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter roller coaster and the Funtime StarFlyer. These two attractions will be the tallest ones for the new pier, which is scheduled to open this summer:
The Euro-Fighter roller coaster will stand 100 feet tall, and feature four inversions, and the well-known vertical lift and beyond vertical drop. The Funtime StarFlyer will stand 200 feet tall and will swing guests nearly 230 feet above the saltwater below.
“This project has been a great one for our team,” said Adam Sandy, Director of Sales, Ride Entertainment Group. “The fact that they purchased two of our most popular attractions says a lot for what we can offer the serious-minded entrepreneur who has a vision for something truly special,” he adds.
Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
LEGO Winter Wonderland for ages 5-12
Create a winter scene using the library’s LEGO bricks
Free of charge. No registration required.
Kent Island Branch Library, 200 Library Circle, Stevensville, MD
Join us to Stay and Dine to Ring in a Relaxing New Year.
Choice of 3-, 4-, or 5-course menu.
Each course can be paired with wines.
Packages are available to include a
one-night stay, four-course dinner for two and breakfast buffet the next morning.
Special New Year’s Eve room amenities.
New Year’s Day activities can be added to overnight packages such as on-site massages to help you start the New Year off with relaxation.
Call 41-643-7716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for reservations.
Celebrate the Christmas Holiday and Leave the Cooking To Us!
First seating at 4:00 pm and last leisurely seating at 8:00 pm
$36 per person, children 6-12 half price, 5 & under free. Price includes all non-alcoholic beverages.
Chef's succulent menu includes:
Maple Glazed Black Forest Ham
with Blood Orange Port Wine Glaze
Char Grilled Chicken
with Chanterelle Mushroom Green Peppercorn Demi Glaze
Pan Seared Atlantic Salmon
with Chardonnay Steamed Mussels and Pink Peppercorn Cream
Grilled Venison and Quail Casseoulet
with White Beans and Smoked Duck
Roasted Acorn Squash and Lobster Bread Pudding
with Caramelized Fennel and Thyme
Call today for reservations at 410-643-7716 or email email@example.com
Saturday, May 15, 2010
This is a mini art fair event that supports the Chesapeake Art League and our local heritage society. The “Starving Artists” Bake Sale is always a big success. At Work Gallery Studio, Stevensville. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 410-604-1230.
It’s been three months since a cataclysmic 7.0 earthquake leveled the island of Haiti but for one Stevensville woman and her daughter, the Haiti crisis remains urgent. Their continuing passion seeks to support the quakes most helpless victims, children.
While Roxie Marx and her 17-year-old daughter, Jordan, have participated in various drives, volunteered at a food pantry, delivered holiday gifts to children who have an incarcerated parent and served dinners for altruistic causes, the mother-daughter duo decided to take a leap of faith by initiating the “Haiti’s Children” campaign. By collecting stuffed animals, pacifiers and teething rings, their goal is to offer a small token of comfort for a multitude of Haiti ’s orphaned, injured and displaced children.
While news cameras repeatedly panned a solemn landscape of rubble and death, Roxie and Jordan were inspired by how the survivor’s human spirit refused to crumble. “It was the haunting images of child survivors, hundreds of thousands left all alone, that moved us to start this drive,” says Roxie. “I was already aware that a stuffed animal can be a surrogate for security, and couldn’t help but think of a particular stuffed, pink elephant that never left my daughter’s side when she was younger.”
First Annual Plants for the Pets
Stevensville, Maryland: Chesapeake Cats and Dogs will host its First Annual Plants for the Pets on Saturday, May 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 300A Island Professional Park (across from Western Auto).
Just in time for Mother's Day & Spring planting! There will be assorted plants, perennials, annuals and herbs, including catnip for the kitties! You can shop for Mom and support a good cause at the same time.
All of the proceeds will be used to provide medical care, food and housing for the homeless cats and dogs in CCAD’s care. For more information, contact Kelly at 410-924-9193. For more information about CCAD rescues, visit www.chesapeakecats.com.