The Maryland Guide - May 30, 2024

T h e M aryl and G u ide • 5 - 3 0 - 2 4 native habitats. Tour begins at the visitors center. Advance registration is recommended. Free to members/$5 for non members. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 10 AM - 5 PM Delaware Pride Festival, Legislative Hall Free admission, open to the public. Family friendly event for people of all ages and sexual orientations are welcome. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 10 AM - 2 PM Jumpin’ June Jamboree Bridgeville Public Library, 600 S. Cannon St. Summer Reading Program Kick-O§ Party at Passwaters Park (behind the library). Registration & prize wheel, FREE hot dog lunch for each child, Cascading Carlos 11:30 am, 12:30 pm & 1:30 pm, obstacle course & bouncy houses, coloring contest (sheets available online or at library), music by DJ John, photo op area, bake sale table, The Hometown Harvest food trailer, petting zoo, activities & crafts, and vendors. Admission is FREE! SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 10 AM - 1 PM AARP Free Shredding Event Georgetown Public Library, AARP Fraud Watch Network. Shredding old bank statements, credit card bills, Medicare cards and anything else w/personal information on it to prevent identity theft. Receive AARP fraud information and giveaway items. Register at: https://events/aarp.org/ShredGtownLibrary. Limited to ›rst 250. Three box limit per car. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 3 PM RCB Concert in the Park Presbyterian Park, Georgetown Bring the family and a blanket or chair and enjoy an afternoon of live music presented by Rehoboth Concert Band. Free and open to the public. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 6:30 PM Summer Concert Series - Slinging Daisies Trap Pond State Park, Baldcypress Nature Center American Folk Rock with lots of original music. Hyper acoustic energistic quatro of americana groove. Free with park entrance. SUNDAY, JUNE 2 AT 11 AM Leave It To Beavers! - Killen’s Pond State Park Join a naturalist and learn all about beavers! Meet at the nature center. Pre-registration required. Call 302-284-4299. Free with paid park entry. SUNDAY, JUNE 2 AT 12 - 4 PM Arts Day In The Pines Veterans Memorial Park, Ocean Pines Fundraising event for Art League of Ocean City featuring an artisan marketplace, a kid’s zone complete with bounce houses and kids activities, performances, ra±es, dancing, food, drink and more. Free and open to the public. FRIDAY, MAY 31 AT 11 AM - 4 PM Christiana Care Mobile Health Services Van Market Street Park, Laurel Providing same day, easy to access services such as COVID vaccine and booster, blood pressure screens, tour the van and more! FRIDAY, MAY 31 AT 5 - 7:30 PM Music & Arts at Pemberton Park, Salisbury Music by “The West Side Troubadours”, food and arts and craft vendors. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 7:30 AM - 8 PM Janes Island State Park Paddlefest 26280 Alfred J. Lawson Drive, Cris›eld Paddle event chocked full of fun activities including guided paddles, poker run paddle, camp›re on the water, food, music, pontoon boat rides, coastal clean-up, children’s activities, nature crafts and more! SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 8:45 AM National Trails Day at Cape Henlopen State Park, Lewes Meet at the Hawkwatch Pavilion in the Park by 8:45 am. Free commemorative T-shirts (while supplies last). At noon BBQ style lunch for all participants. This is part of a nationwide event. Open to all. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 9 AM - 1 PM Summer Reading Sign Up & Crafts To Go Milford Library (Outside) Register for summer reading 2024: Adventure at the Milford Public Library. We will be handing out library swag and a craft to go. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 9 AM - 1 PM Youth Fishing Fun Day - Catch and Release Harriet Tubman Underground RR Visitors Center Family friendly event at the refuge pond behind the center. Age 15 and under can pre-register by calling 410-228-2677. First 100 registered youths receive a T-shirt and special gift. Free hot dog lunch. Bait and loaner ›shing rods available on a ›rst come, ›rst serve basis. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 FROM 9 AM - 4 PM SUNDAY, JUNE 2 FROM 9 AM - 4 PM Mid-Atlantic Sea Glass & Coastal Art Festival Lewes Historical Society, 110 Shipcarpenter St. Over 70 sea glass and coastal-themed artists will showcase their unique forms including jewelry, home decor, wood and metal sculpture and more. See how glass-blowing is done with hourly demos. Live music, children’s area, food avail. Adm. $10 per person/day. Children 12 and under are free. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 AT 10 AM First Saturday Guided Walk Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely Join a docent naturalist to explore rich and unique

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