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Saturday, July 4
Hebron Train Depot:
Time: Parade will start around 5:00 pm.
Location: Corner of Main Street and Northwest Railroad Avenue – beside Hebron Savings Bank
Description: 4th Annual Independence Day Bicycle & Tricycle Parade.
NO ENTRY FEE
All that is required is that your bicycle has some kind of decoration.
Even if it just has an American flag)
A panel of judges will award prizes in two classes as follows:
Tricycle Awards Ages 5 & Under
(The course is the Hebron Savings Bank parking lot.)
1st Place – $15
2nd Place – $10
3rd Place – $5
Ages 10 & Under MUST Be Accompanied By An Adult
1st Place –$25
2nd Place – $20
3rd Place – $15
There will be train rides for the kids after the parade.
The Hebron Firemen’s Carnival
Will be open on July 4th,from 4:00-9:00.
Followed by Fireworks at dusk.
Come sit with us at the depot and watch the fireworks, plenty of parking if you come a little early.
Proceeds Benefit: Hebron Train Depot
For more information contact: Ozzie Wilkinson 443-880-4893
July 4th Concert & Fireworks on the Beach:
Celebrate the 4th of July with a free concert on the beach followed by fireworks! Come to N. Division Street from 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. for the family friendly event. Entertainment is to be announced. For more information, call 800-626-2326 or 410-250-0125.
Sunday, July 5
Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights:
Time: 12:30 to 4:30pm
Location: Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights
Description: Celebrate stars, stripes, and steam during Steamin’ Day at Auburn Heights over the 4th of July holiday weekend. This event will feature a special spotlight on small engines. Join us and visit our special guests’ displays of functional engines of all sorts. To coincide with this display, our special kids activity will include a building area where kids can see what they can put together using only recycled materials collected by our volunteers. These special activities will be in addition to all of the regular Steamin’ Day activities that let our visitors to imagine what life was like when the car was in its infancy through special demonstrations, rides in historic automobiles such as the 1915 steam-powered Stanley Mountain Wagon, the museum and more. Enjoy the beautiful grounds of the Auburn Heights Estate during this great day for the whole family. Learn more at AuburnHeights.org
Proceeds Benefit: Marshall Steam Museum/ Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve
For more information contact: Susan Randolph, 302-239-2385 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit auburnheights.org/
Monday, July 6
Free Family Programs:
Gather the family and head to the Ocean City Life-Saving Station for FREE family programs, starting daily at 10AM, July 6 - August 29. A different subject each day. Topics include beach safety, aquarium feeding, knot tying, history and all about sharks. For more information, contact Sandy at 410-289-4991 or email@example.com or visit www.ocmuseum.org.
All programs last about 1/2 hour and are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather.
Wednesday, July 8
5k Run and Family Walk/Delaware Hospice:
July 8. Reg $20 in advance, 25 day of. Reg. includes, t-shirt,post event bbq, Medals, door prizes and more. www.delawarehospice.org. 302-746-4666
Concerts on the Beach:
Free live entertainment while you relax beside the cool Atlantic Ocean on warm summer nights. Tribute bands and local favorites entertain from 8pm - 9:30pm. Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy the evening.
Wednesdays from July 8 - August 26
July 8 - Jesse Garron (tribute to Elvis)
July 15 - Sir Rod (tribute to Rod Stewart)
July 22 - Bluesman Tom Larsen (blues)
Aug 5 - Richie fields (country)
Aug 12 - The Beach Bumz (beach tribute band)
Aug 19 - Rising Sun Reggae (reggae)
Aug 26 - Lauren Glick (rock)
Friday, July 10
28th Annual OC Tuna Tournament:
The 28th Annual OC Tuna Tournament - The East Coast's largest Tuna Tournament
Come see over 100 boats weigh-in large tuna in hopes of winning over $500,000 in cash. Weigh-ins Fri., Sat. & Sun. 4:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Free to spectators. $900 entry fee for participants. For more information, contact Jennifer Blunt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delmarva's largest Greek Festival comes to the Roland E. Powell Convention Center for "All things Greek" July 10-13, 2015.
Doors open daily at 12 noon to feed hungry Greek Festival goers authentic traditional Greek cuisine. Have a leisurely lunch and shop from the many unique vendors of jewelry, imports and art. Then hit the beach and come back for dinner & dancing when the place really rocks, after 5pm, to the Greek sounds of Golden Flame. Not shy, grab a hand and dance! A little shy, ok, enjoy watching the others, especially the Authentic Greek Dance Performers.
FREE from 12pm - 4pm daily
After 4pm daily - $2.00/person (age 14 and older)
For more information, visit www.stgeorgebythesea.org/greek-festival/ or call 410-524-0990. Festival proceeds benefit community and ministry programs of St. George Greek Orthodox Church.
Riverfest is a great day for tons of family fun! There are vendors, games, all kind of entertainment... and of course you can float down the river! Visit www.nanticokeriverfest.com for more information.
Sunday, July 12
Sundaes in the Park & Fireworks:
Bring your picnic basket and beach chairs to Northside Park on 125th Street for ice cream sundaes and live entertainment. Sundaes in the Park is a family concert series offered most Sunday evenings in July and August from 7pm to 9pm. For a small fee, enjoy your own ice cream sundae creation as you listen to your musical favorites and watch the sunset over the beautiful Assawoman Bay. Children's entertainment is also presented each week. The night will end with a fireworks display at 9pm.
July 12 - The Key West Band (tropical rock)
July 19 - The Christopher Dean Band (blues & soul)
July 26 - Separate Ways the band (a tribute to Journey)
Aug 2 - Satisfaction (the international Rolling Stones Show)
Aug 9 - Mike Hines & the Look (high energy dance band)
Aug 16 - Bob Lougheed's Elvis (a tribute to Elvis)
Aug 23 - Front Page News (rock)
Aug 30 - The British Invasion Experience (60's & 70's British rock tribute)
Saturday, July 18
11th Annul RIDE FOR AWARENESS and Poker Run:
All proceeds benefit WOmen SUpporting WOmen. Ride satarts at the TEXAS ROADHOUSE in Fruitland. Reg. is 9a, kickstnads up at 11a. Back at 2p. $20 per bike/$10 rider. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes. Call 410-548-7880 or on line at www.womensupportingwomen.org for more info
Ocean Games / Swim OC / East Coast SUPCUP:
Swim Ocean City is a point-to-point swim event. The event is to raise donations for Johns Hopkins Outpatient Neuro Rehabilitation Program (ONRP). ONRP has been instrumental in the rehabilitation of Corey Davis, Ocean City native, since his motorcycle accident in 2006. The swims run parallel to the shoreline and will be conducted in cooperation with the phenomenal OC Beach Patrol crew and Coast Guard. Newbies and seasoned swimmers are welcome!
Ocean Games is a WOWSA sanctioned open water swim with three distances (1-mile, 3-mile, and 9-mile) along the coast of Ocean City, MD. The event includes a paddleboard race that has two races (elite and amateur) that simultaneously occurs with the swim and will be contained within the Division Street and Caroline Street beach front.
Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
For more information, contact Corey Davis at email@example.com.
Saturday, August 1
37th Annual Sandcastle Contest:
Over 100 teams and 800+ participants are expected to express their artistic flair at the 37th Annual Sandcastle Contest on August 1. Past creations have included Swamp Animals, Mermaids, Pyramids, Crabs, Dolphins, Sharks and of course traditional sandcastles. Beachgoers who would rather watch than work are welcome to view the incredible creations free of charge. For more information or how to register, visit www.beach-fun.com.
Lewes Historical Society Antique Show:
Nearly 60 high quality dealers participate in the show that features 18th century to early 20th century antiques. All pieces are authentic and represent a wide range of prices. There is something for every taste and every level of collecting sophistication at the show. Dealers who will be at the show represent a wide variety of interests including oriental rugs, Sandwich glass and other glassware, antique musical instruments and phonographs, colonial and Victorian furnishings as well as other fine period pieces, oyster plates and other regional china as well as antiquarian books and antique jewelry. Several dealers specialize in early twentieth century collectibles. The ambiance of the outdoor show, inside the shady grove of mature oaks, magnolias, hollies and cypress and surrounded by nine of the historical society's twelve historic house museums adds to the experience. The beautiful grounds where the show is held have been featured in publications such as Home & Garden, Colonial Living and the television show Good Morning America. Casa Amici will feature a food booth, while Vitelli's Ice Cream and Water Ice will provide refreshing treats. "This antique show is a Lewes institution. Many families plan their vacation time at the beach around this event. Many dealers and visitors comment that they enjoy the traditional feel of the event as well as the ambiance of an outdoor show in such a beautiful setting," Historical Society Executive Director Michael DiPaolo said. For more information about the 50th Annual Lewes Historical Society Antiques Show or about The Lewes Historical Society, please call 302-645-7670 The Lewes Historical Society is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its Antique Show on August 3rd at the Historical Society Complex at the corner of Second and Shipcarpenter Streets in beautiful downtown Lewes. The show begins at 9:00am and lasts until 4:00pm, general admission is $5.00, and children under 12 are free. The proceeds benefit the Society and are used in educational and preservation programming. For more information visit www.historiclewes.org.
Sunday, August 2
Senior Softball World Series:
The 2015 Series is scheduled to commence August 2 2015. All the games are played at the Lower Sussex Little League Complex in Sussex County, Delaware. The schedule of games is posted in the Schedule section of this web site. The Senior League Softball World Series is for girls, ages 14-16. The Lower Sussex Little League Complex is located at the Pyle Center in Sussex County Delaware, and is the site for the Senior League Softball World Series. The main field seats about 700. For more information, visit www.seniorsoftballws.org.
Monday, August 3
White Marlin Open:
Join us for the 42nd Annual White Marlin Open from Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 7, 2015. The fish are spectacular and the prizes are huge —totaling more than $3 million.
It's the World's Largest Billfish Tournament —held in the White Marlin Capital of the World. This year the stakes are high with over $1.29 million awarded in 2014 for the biggest white marlin. Prizes are also awarded for the largest blue marlin, tuna, mahi-mahi (dolphin fish), wahoo and shark. This year, we've added two new added-entry skill levels to add even more excitement to the event.
See if you have what it takes to catch the winning white marlin and register today.
Spectators are welcome to watch, as 300+ boats from Florida to New England take more than 1,500 of the world’s best anglers out to pursue some of America’s largest fish.
Then check out the spectacular weigh-ins every evening from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Harbour Island Marina, 14th Street and the bay.
NOTE: Parking is not available at Harbour Island. The Presbyterian Church on 14th Street, just a block away, offers parking for a small donation. You can also park free at the Ocean City Convention Center, then catch a shuttle to the weigh-ins.
For more information, contact Jim Motsko at 410-289-9229 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.whitemarlinopen.com.
Thursday, August 13
Captain Steve Harman's Poor Girls Open:
The Poor Girls Open is a ladies-only billfish release tournament benefiting breast cancer research. There are also added entry levels for tuna and dolphin. This tournament was started by Capt. Steve Harman as a way for local waitresses and bartenders to have an affordable and fun competition while raising money for a very important cause. The tournament continues to grow with over 100 boats entering. Participation is not limited only to anglers, as there are silent auctions, 50/50 tickets, T-shirts for sale, and other fun events helping to raise money for brease cancer research. In the past three years alone, the Poor Girls Open has raised over $100,000 that was donated to the American Cancer Society.
For more information, visit www.bahiamarina.com.
Saturday, August 15
OC Beach Ultimate Classic Frisbee Tournament:
Saturday & Sunday - 9am - 5pm, Somerset Street Beach
The event is a Beach Ultimate Frisbee Tournament established under the offical BULA/USA ULTIMATE Rule Book 11th Edition. We are projecting 30-40 teams in two divisions: Elite and Open. Day one will include a Saturday night showcase game at approximately 6pm.
For more information, contact Alex Jacoski at email@example.com.
Monday, August 24
Thursday, August 27
6th Annual Ocean City Jeep Week:
Get your Jeep ready to experience the sun, sand, and mud! You don't need a Jeep to check out all the fun - daily passes available. Family fun event with 250+ Jeeps participating in Beach Crawls, Jeep Jams, and Show & Shines! Location:Convention Center on 40th Street and Jeep Jam in Berlin, MD.
Thursday: 10am - 8:30pm
Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 9pm
For more information, visit www.ocjeepweek.com.
Saturday, August 29
North American Sea Glass Festival:
Internationally-recognized sea glass jewelry artists, experienced collectors, and vendors gather at the Convention Center for the annual festival featuring collectors exhibitions, presentations, lectures, and Shard of the Year Contest. For more information, visit www.seaglassassociation.org.
Saturday, September 5
Wings and Wheels Expo:
Private aircraft, custom cars, and antique military vehicles will be on display and the owners will be available for conversation. Food, beverages, and a variety of crafts will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit the Huey Memorial. For more information, contact Steven Habeger at 443-880-2413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours: 10 am - 2 pm
Admission: $5 per person, children under 12 free
Sunday, September 6
WWE Live returns to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury for the only time this year!
See all of your favorite WWE Superstars in action including:Roman Reigns Intercontinental Champion Ryback,Dolph Ziggler,Big Show, Bray Wyatt
and many more!
*Card is subject to change. Tickets start at $15!
Ticket Prices: $95, $70, $55, $35, $25, $15
Tickets on sale Friday, June 19 at 10 a.m. Tickets are available at the Box Office (Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.), online at www.WicomicoCivicCenter.org or by phone at 410-548-4911
Friday, September 11
Thursday, September 17
OC BikeFest will bring national entertainment and bands, stunt shows, bike builders, vendors, food and beverage to the Boardwalk, OC Convention Center, and the Inlet.
Inlet Only - $40 Event Adult Pass, $30 Day Adult Pass, $15 Ages 6-15, Age 5 and under free.
Thursday, 11 am to 8 pm; Friday & Saturday, 11 am to 8 pm; Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm
Convention Center Hours:
Thursday, 9 am to 7 pm; Friday & Saturday, 9 am to 7 pm; Sunday 9 am to 4 pm
For more information, please visit www.ocbikefest.com or email email@example.com.
Thursday, September 24
11th Annual Sand Castle Home Tour:
There is a great variety of homes from ocean front to bayside, family homes to penthouses and beach retreats. The tour is a self guided driving tour and can be completed at the tour takers own pace. The tour is limited to the first 1,000 people, so be sure to reserve in advance. For more information, call 410-524-9433.
The weather is beautiful and there's plenty to do at Ocean City, MD's biggest and best festival. Enjoy four fun-filled days of delicious food, arts and crafts, hayrides, kids activities and musical entertainment. Headliners include Tony Orlando, Wynonna, The Big Noise, Gin Blossoms and The Spin Doctors! So grab your friends and family -it's the perfect time to visit OC. Festival activities are held in the Inlet Lot at the south end of Ocean City's famous Boardwalk. Best of all, admission to Sunfest is free! Find the perfect place to stay and book your Sunfest weekend now! For more information visit http://ococean.com/sunfest.
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