The Popular annual event for all ages returns to Leonardtown Square on
Saturday, August 3, 2019, 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.
News Release, Town of Leonardtown
Leonardtown, MD— Splash into fun at the 17th Annual Leonardtown Beach Party on the Square – Saturday, August 3rd from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m.! No need for tickets; all event-sponsored activities are FREE – Learn to be a superhero with Transformers Live!, courtesy of Heroes4Hire. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to meet your favorite robot heroes!
Be amazed by strolling performer Rose Heller (performances include hula hoop twirling and fire spinning), learn to juggle in a juggling clinic and see the amazing creations of balloon twister Alaina Kissinger of Kreative Kharacters.
Rock out with the Funkzilla Band, get your Zumba on with Lisa Martoni and test your hula hooping hips! Skip through the giant fire truck waterfall, tackle The Wrecking Ball and play in the sand and enjoy the beach volleyball and tug-of-war!
Adopt a golf ball and then join the local Rotary Clubs at 7:00 p.m. sharp for the now-famous Running of the Balls to see if your ball is a winner!
A 16’ waterslide, kayak and stand up paddleboard rentals will be available at the Leonardtown Wharf Park; and food, drinks, and other goodies are available for purchase from local businesses and vendors around the Square.
So, if you’re looking for a great way to round out your summer, join us for Beach Party on the Square Saturday, August 3rd from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. for great fun, great food, and great memories.
The Annual Beach Party on the Square is hosted by the Commissioners of Leonardtown and the Leonardtown Business Association and sponsored by Quality Built Homes, Marrick Homes, Leonardtown Chevrolet, Buick and GMC, Cedar Pointe Federal Credit Union, County Times, College of Southern Maryland, and Bay Community Support Services.
The Southern Maryland Chronicle is a local, small business entrusted to provide factual, unbiased reporting to the Southern Maryland Community. While we look to local businesses for advertising, we hope to keep that cost as low as possible in order to attract even the smallest of local businesses and help them get out to the public. We must also be able to pay employees(part-time and full-time), along with equipment, and website related things. We never want to make the Chronicle a “pay-wall” style news site.
To that end, we are looking to the community to offer donations. Whether it’s a one-time donation or you set up a reoccurring monthly donation. It is all appreciated. All donations at this time will be going to furthering the Chronicle through hiring individuals that have the same goals of providing fair, and unbiased news to the community. For now, donations will be going to a business PayPal account I have set-up for the Southern Maryland Chronicle, KDC Designs. All business transactions currently occur within this PayPal account. If you have any questions regarding this you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for all of your support and I hope to continue bringing Southern Maryland the best news possible for a very long time. — David M. Higgins II