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June 2017

Found 4 blog entries for June 2017.

Plein Air Easton Art Festival
Easton, Maryland

July 17-23, 2017

The Plein Air Easton Art Festival is the largest and most prestigious juried plein air painting competition in the United States. The week of July 17-23, 2017 there will be 58 competing artists painting throughout Talbot County, Maryland and approximately 6,000-8,000 people participating in the festival throughout the week. 

Contact Info: Plein Air Easton Festival Link   Telephone: 410-822-7297 

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Chestertown's free outdoor concerts will run every other Saturday evening beginning June 24, 2017, from 7-8:30 pm. Chestertown’s “Music in the Park” concert series presents the best in local & regional music – including big band, bluegrass, folk, jazz, rock, and more!

Bring a chair and join the fun in Fountain Park, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Chestertown. The rain location will be Emmanuel Episcopal Church, located directly across the street from the park.  Music in the Park info

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SOLD - Eastern Shore home built in 2007 is a block from the Chester River in the Chestertown historic district. Fine craftsmanship and interior detail evoke a simple, casual elegance in the two-story great room, gourmet kitchen with skylight, dining room and 1st floor master suite. Highlights include enchanting perennial gardens, koi pond with bridge, off-street parking, greenhouse and porch river views.  Offered at $787,000.  Photos and Info

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7th Annual National Music Festival
June 4-17, 2017

Washington College
Chestertown, Maryland

The National Music Festival at Washington College brings together world-class mentors and gifted apprentice musicians on the cusp of their professional careers. More than 150 musicians from all over the U.S. and 11 foreign countries will attend. All apprentices receive full scholarships.For two weeks each June, these musicians live and work together, presenting concerts — ranging from solo recitals to large symphony orchestra performances with chorus — and free open rehearsals for music lovers from all over the world.  

Back by popular demand will be the Festival’s “Instrumental Petting Zoo,” a chance for curious music fans of all ages to see, touch and try

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