It’s Memorial Day Weekend; the one 3-day weekend that initiate summer fun across up and down the coast. Socially Speaking, there is a never-ending amount of things to do in our coastal town over the next few days. We highly suggest checking out some of these events listed below and then enjoying an extra day off from work. Happy Memorial Day!

Catch a flick under the stars tonight. Ocean City’s weekly Spring Movies in the Park present the film, The Adventures of Tin Tin at 8 pm on May 25th. Movie previews begin at dusk. Concessions will be on sale. Bring your own beach chair, get their early, and claim a spot – then – just enjoy the show. In case of rain, the movie will be shown in the gym at the Recreation Center on site.
A new exhibit opens at the Rehoboth Beach Museum this Saturday. At 10 am, art directors will open the display. The ‘World War II: Rehoboth Beach’ display examines the effects of the war on local residents who served in harm’s way and those who contributed to the war efforts at home. The display will run through March of next year. Admittance charges range from $2 – $5 per person. The museum closes at 4 pm and is located on Rehoboth Avenue. 
Ever wonder what it’s like to dig up some bones? You can find out this Saturday, May 26th, in Snow Hill, MD. A public archaeology dig will take place at the Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum. Training for the dig begins at 1 pm. All needed equipment will be supplied. The archaeology site is suitable for those ages 6 and older. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is required; call 410-632-2032 to sign up.  Space is limited to 12 participants.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge will be hosting a Forest and Nature Walk on Saturday. The hike is open to the public and begins at 1 pm. A guided walk will take guests through the forest’s trails where they can identify species of trees, plants, animals, and insects. All participants should meet at the Woods Trail parking lot. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is located in Cambridge, MD and includes over 27,000 acres of rich tidal marsh land and evergreen forests.
Crab cakes and soft-shell crabs are Crisfield’s specialty. The annual Soft Shell Spring Fair is scheduled on Sunday, May 27th at Somers Cove Marina in Crisfield, MD. There will be live entertainment, arts and crafts, children’s activities, and waterman awards distributed at the event.  Admission is free and all are guaranteed to have a great time.
Explore the stars over the Pocomoke River and gaze into the night sky. Participants can take a journey through the stars by identifying seasonal constellations. Games, stories, and history will take place. A local naturalist will point out the constellations. The Constellation Exploration takes place at Pocomoke River State Park on Saturday, May 26th at 7 pm. The price is $3/person or $10/family. The park is located in Snow Hill, MD.
Sample fresh strawberries prepared in several various ways this Sunday in Snow Hill, MD. Pies, tarts, shortcakes, jams, salsas, punches, and more will be whipped up by various locals – all using strawberries as the main ingredient. Artisans will have their work on display. Bakers are encouraged to create a pie and enter it in the annual pie contest. Vendors from the Snow Hill farmers market will have fresh produce for sale. All Strawberry Day events take place at Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum starting at 12 pm. For more information, call 410-632-2032.
OC Beach Lights presents a Beach Lights Spectacular on Sunday, May 27th. The free laser lights show will be displayed on a giant five-story beach ball and is choreographed to music. Three shows will take place: 9:30, 10, and 10:30 pm. The show will be lighting up the beach at North Division Street in Ocean City three times every Sunday night from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.