We had an amazing taste of spring over the weekend with sunny skies and warm weather. Spending Saturday outdoors in Ocean City enjoying the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was a perfect preview of what’s to come in the next few weeks. Despite the minor setback with the bizarre snow storm this week, we are confident that spring is on its way! The best way to prepare is to fill your calenders with all of the fun events happening across Delmarva, and as always, we’ve got you covered…

Country Night at Brew River Restaurant and Bar 

March 28

502 W Main St, Salisbury, MD 21801


Put on your boots and get in the saddle; it’s time for Country Night at Brew River. As part of the hoe-down theme, a mechanical bull will be available for party-goers to ride accompanied by music by DJ Wiggo and great drink specials. This party will not only be a good time, it is also a fundraiser for Relay for Life with a portion of the proceeds going to the organization.

Fager’s Island Brew Grass

March 29, 1:00-5:00 p.m.

201 60th St, Ocean City, MD 21842


Live music, unlimited craft beers and all you can eat barbeque… sounds like ShoreBread’s dream day! At Fager’s Island, you can try craft beers from six local breweries while enjoying music by local bands Brackish Brothers, members of the Chester River Runoff, Saltwater Stringband and Drymill Road.

Country Crafts Guild Spring Arts & Crafts Show

March 29, 10am-4pm

Rock Hall Fire Hall, 21500 Rock Hall Ave, Rock Hall


Enjoy unique arts and crafts in “the Pearl of the Chesapeake” at Rock Hall. Countless handmade items will be on sale including pottery, embroidery, jewelry, honey and shell pieces.

Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival

March 29, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Ophiuroidea 609 S Talbot St, St Michaels, MD 21663

(410) 745-8057

We are always looking for an excuse to visit one of our favorite little getaways, St. Michaels, and the Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival is more than enough reason for us to pack up for a day trip. Events will include book signings, samples by Lyon Distilling, Eastern Shore Brewing and St Michaels Winery. Of course, there will also be many local artisans at the festival, especially, you guessed it, sea glass artisans who skillfully create pieces of art out of this gift from the sea. Also come to enjoy live music from Kelsey Abbot and Naked Blue.