Events


April to November—Farmers Market

Market

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When: Saturdays starting in April, 2022, from 8:30am-11:30am

Where: 204 S. Talbot Street St. Michaels MD
Market opens with special precautions

Saturday rain or shine, with the first hour reserved for our most vulnerable customers. Public parking lot next to Pemberton’s. Local fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, flowers, booze, and more, all grown or made within a 60-mile radius. Our vendors are all eagerly awaiting the opening of the Market season and we might even have a few new vendors in our Pop-up Tent…..come check it out.

It takes a village and WE NEED YOU!
EMAIL: stmichaelsmarket@gmail.com

June 4, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.–Brewfest

Brewfest-2014Date:  June 4, 2022
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ticket Prices/Links: HERE
Locations: Throughout the town

StMike2016St. Michaels Brewfest 2022 will feature over 100 beers including one-off’s, seasonals, collaborations and casks from local, regional & national breweries. More to come…cheers! This will all take place at three locations within easy walking distance in the heart of St Michael’s, MD…the Old Mill behind Eastern Shore Brewing Co, Foxy’s and Town Dock, and The Crab Claw Restaurant. Along with great beer & ales, we’ll have live music and delicious food. Last year was a sellout, this year we’re adding a VIP Package, so be sure to get your tickets early!

patriotVIP Beer Cruise! Can it get any better?! You’ll board at 10:30 (next to the Crab Claw Venue), enjoy a 1 hour and 15 min cruise, talking about beers, and drinking beers only available to you. Disembark at 11:45 p.m. and directly enter the event at the Crab Claw venue. No check-in lines, let the day begin! (Due to the nature of this venue, there will be no Designated Driver tickets available or allowed.)

Brewery List so far:

Dogfish Head Brewery – BBC – 16 Mile Brewery – Tall Tales Brewery – Eastern Shore Brewing Co – Real Ale Revival – 3rd Wave Brewing Co – Troegs Brewing Co – Devils Backbone Brewing Co. – Victory Brewing Co – Flying Dog – Port City Brewing Co. – Yards – Duclaw – Terrapin – Southern Tier – Brewers Art – Burley Oak – Lagunitas – Union Craft Brewery – DC Brau – Allagash – and that’s just to start with….

For more information visit the BrewFest website!

June TBD—Bike MS: Chesapeake Challenge

The National MS Society’s Bike MS: Chesapeake Challenge, held June TBD, offers a picturesque cycling experience throughout Talbot County including St. Michaels for participants of all levels and abilities. It features a variety of route options winding through the flat and rural Eastern Shore of Maryland. The two-day event starts and finishes each day at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton, MD. Be sure to stick around for some festivities after you finish the ride!

Your participation will drive MS research forward faster, and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.

For more information visit the event WEBSITE.

June to September, Thursdays, 6 p.m.–Summer Concerts in the Park

Location: Muskrat Park on Green Street
Times: June to September, Thursday nights from 6-7:30 p.m.

If it’s summer, it’s Summer Concerts in Muskrat Park. These free Thursday night concerts are sponsored by the St. Michaels Community Center. So, bring a chair or a blanket and a picnic and enjoy our beautiful waterfront park and great music!

Please, no alcoholic beverages in Muskrat Park.

June 4, 10 a.m.—St. Luke’s UMC Strawberry Festival

strawberries-basket-2Date: June 4, 2022, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. TENTATIVE

The Church Lawn and the Parking Lot are adorned with beautiful crafts and lots of good food. As always the show will take place on the first Saturday of June, June 4th this year on the lawn and the parking lot of St. Luke’s U. M. C. Eastern Shore. Strawberries will be featured. Home-made Strawberry baked goods will be available for your enjoyment.

Vendor information may be obtained by contacting St. Luke’s Church at stlukeschurch21663@gmail.com or by calling 410-745-2534.

June TBD—CBMM Antique & Classic Boat Festival & the Arts at Navy Point

18992671425_c8f2ee549a_oDates:Friday & Saturday, Father’s Day Weekend, June TBD, 2022
Fri. 10am – 5pm; Sat., 10 am-5 pm: Sunday, 10 am-3 pm. Entrance included with CBMM general admission – tickets valid for two days.
Location: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels, Md.
Ticket Prices:
• FREE Admission for CBMM Member
Non-member pricing:
• $16.00 Adults
• $13.00 Seniors 65+ & college students with ID
• $12.00 Retired military with ID
• $6.00 Kids 6-17
• Free for Active Military (with ID)
• Free for Children ages 5 and under

VIEW EVENT PHOTOS HERE!

Wooden and fiberglass classics, vintage racers, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are returning to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum for the 34rd Antique & Classic Boat Festival and the Arts at Navy Point in St. Michaels, Md.

Hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, this Father’s Day tradition brings a sense of nostalgia to the Miles River and CBMM’s docks and campus, drawing some of the area’s finest classic boats, nautical and maritime treasures, and entertainment to the waterfront festival.

This year’s festival celebrates a theme of Cruising on the Chesapeake, with classic-style cabin and express cruisers and sport fishing boats expected to attend, and a full slate of boating history seminars planned on June 18 &19. Click here to see a list of planned seminars.

The show attracts everything from the finest runabouts to yachts, and includes race boats, work boats, launches, hydroplanes, and utilities. Chris-Craft, Trumpy, Gar Wood, Donzi, and Lyman are among some of the names represented with sizes ranging from a 9-foot hydroplane to 70-foot plus cruisers. Several Jersey Speed Skiffs—a crowd favorite—will be displaying their aptly named strengths throughout the show.

“With a juried competition among entrants for best restored and preserved boats, this festival attracts the best of the best when it comes to classic and antique boats,” said ACBS-Chesapeake Bay Chapter Festival Chairman Bob Hamilton. “We’re thrilled the festival is able to return to CBMM’s beautiful campus this summer and can’t wait to see the public there.”

From Friday, June 18, through Sunday, June 21, the festival’s signature Arts at Navy Point pavilion brings juried fine artists, craftspeople, and vendors to CBMM’s waterfront campus, offering nautical and maritime-themed items for boat and home. Festival hours are 10am–5pm Friday and Saturday, with the Arts at Navy Point and limited displays continuing on Sunday from 10am–3pm. Entrance to the festival is included with CBMM’s general admission, which is good for two days and free for CBMM members.

Festival parking and a Saturday shuttle service are free, with CBMM a short walk to specialty shops, restaurants, inns, bed & breakfasts, and other attractions in St. Michaels’ historic district. For information about the Antique & Classic Boat Society’s Chesapeake Bay Chapter, visit chesapeakebayacbs.org.

REMINDER: For safety reasons, non-service dogs need to be kept home during CBMM festivals, including the Antique & Classic Boat Festival & the Arts at Navy Point. Carry-on alcohol from dock or land is prohibited.

For more information, call 410-745-2916 or visit CBMM.

July 1-31—Art Hunt! St. Michaels Art League

During the month of July, 20 merchants on Talbot Street in St Michaels exhibit artwork done by one of our SMAL members. Pick up an ArtHunt card at any store displaying the ArtHunt poster and start playing. You need to go into the stores listed on the back of the card, find one of the paintings on the card and have your card stamped. No, we don’t tell you which one you are looking for in each store. That’s part of the fun/challenge. When you have found just 12 out of the 20 shown on the card, take your card to Justine’s for a FREE ice cream treat.

July TBD—Fireworks in the Harbor

cbmm252021 Fireworks in St. Michaels Harbor! Usually on Saturday night July TBD, 2021. Bring your lawn chairs and find a good spot in town! The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum will be open to the public for viewing. Or, come by boat and anchor out in the Miles River! Photo by Graham Scott-Taylor

July TBD, 10:30 a.m.—Classic Motor Museum Pre-Independence Day Parade

A 1929 Model A Roadster leads the was among the favorites at the Classic Motor Museum parade in St. Michaels.

The CMM is excited to announce the Annual Classic Motor MuseumThanksgiving Parade will be held on Saturday, July TBD, 2022 from 10:30 am – 11:30 am! The participants will lined up at Perry Cabin Park, and will head down Talbot St, pausing for the emcee to announce the make, model and driver of the vehicle, through the rest of town, and ending the parade at the Museum at 102 E Marengo Ave. Where Cars & Coffee will be held, along with refreshments available for a small donation.

There is a cap on registrations, so be sure to get registered today HERE!!!

For information about events and programs of the Classic Motot museum, visit www.classicmotormuseum.org.

July 4, 11 a.m.–Old-Fashioned 4th at St. Michaels Museum

On July 4th at 11:00, St. Michaels Museum will once again sponsor a traditional Independence Day Celebration at our Museum at 201 East Chestnut Street on St. Mary’s Square.

THE CHILDREN’S PARADE IS CANCELLED FOR 2021

At 11AM our Traditional Program will begin with Boy Scout Troup 741 raising the flag and leading the Pledge of Allegiance.

A formal program will follow on our Teetotum Porch with a benediction, patriotic and folk songs by the Royal Oak Musicians.

Featured speaker CBMM Curator and Talbot County Councilman Pete Lesher will speak on “Out of Many, One”.

St. Michaels Museum will be open after the program, with free admission, to show our new addition to the Teetotum and the new presentation of our exhibits.

Come join us to celebrate our Nation’s Birthday!