News Releases via The Town of North Beach
Artworks@7th Holiday Open House “Small Wonders”
Holiday Open House “Small Wonders” show and reception to be held at Artworks@7th located at 8905 Chesapeake Avenue, North Beach, MD 20714. Shows and receptions on Saturday, November 2nd and Saturday, December 7th from 1-4 pm. Normal Gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.
“Moms Big Year” by Nancy McAllister
We’ve all got “something,” right? Something that’s happened in the past or something that is currently in our lives that we carry with us every single day. Join inspirational speaker, Nancy McAllister, to learn how she used nature and a passion for birds to begin her journey of healing after a family tragedy. Come hear her many wonderful, heartwarming stories as she juggled life, work and family while using a “Big Year” birding adventure to heal, renew and rediscover herself. Wednesday, November 6, 2019, from 6:30-7:30 pm at Chesapeake Beach Town Hall located at 8200 Bayside Road, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732.
October Yard of the Month
The North Beach House & Garden Club would like to recognize 3908 6th Street for having the YARD OF THE MONTH! The owner, Elaine Vanlandingham, takes obvious pride in her home and landscape and was chosen for the October 2019 Yard of the Month. Congratulations!
Let’s Talk Turkey
Join us on Thursday, November 14, 2019, from 11 am to 12 pm at the North Beach Senior Center to learn about Wild Turkey. We will learn more about this wild bird’s lifestyle, watching spots and explore what was on the menu of the First Thanksgiving. For more information or to register, please contact Lisa Garrett, Director of Eco-tourism at email@example.com or 443-646-2426.
How do owls hunt at night? What owls live around here? Join us on Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 7 pm-8:30 pm at Wetlands Overlook Park for a walk on the woodland trail to learn these answers along with these nocturnal creature’s amazing adaptations to survive living at night. Plan on an hour and a half program and please dress for the weather. Binoculars are not necessary but flashlights or headlamps are allowed and we will be covering the lights with red film to make them more friendly to owl’s eyes. Refreshments will be served afterward. For more information or to register, please contact Lisa Garrett, Director of Eco-tourism at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-646-2426.
Sponsor the Coolest Event of the Year
The Annual Polar Bear Plunge in North Beach is the coolest event of the year!
This event draws hundreds of brave participants and thousands of spectators each New Year’s Day at 1:00 pm. It is guaranteed exposure and advertising for your business. We are excited to announce that net proceeds from the
2020 POLAR BEAR PLUNGE will go to the Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church Ladies of Charity! Sponsorship costs $325 and the benefits include:
- Printed logo on boardwalk banner for THE ENTIRE YEAR.
- Printed logo on Polar Bear Plunge t-shirts that participants receive after plunging.
- Online promotion of Polar Bear Plunge event and sponsors.
- Four Polar Bear Plunge t-shirts.
LOGO TO APPEAR ON SHIRT AND BANNER MUST BE EMAILED TO email@example.com by 11/18/2019.
2019 Christmas on the Beach
The Town of North Beach kicks off the festive holiday season by Lighting Up the Town on Friday, November 29th, 2019 at 7 pm! Onlookers gather on the pavilion as we flip the switch to light up the town Christmas tree and holiday displays. The NORTH BEACH CHRISTMAS MARKET will be on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 from 10 am to 3 pm on 5th Street near the boardwalk. The Annual Pat Carpenter Holiday Parade is the same day beginning at noon. This festive parade draws spectators from afar! The boardwalk is lined with hundreds of people viewing the parade. The best part is when the jolly-old-fat man arrives by fire truck! Santa and Mrs. Claus visit with children and give them a special treat. Tell the kids to bring their wish list to share with Santa! Warm-up around the campfire as you roast marshmallows!
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