We meet at the First Presbyterian Church in Smyrna, Delaware on the first Tuesday of each month from 7-9 PM. We meet September to June during the year, July, August we hold no meetings but are still active. The normal meeting format includes discussion of club activities, observing high lights, constellation and deep sky object of the month, an advertised presentation and possible guest speakers. We welcome the public to our meetings and are open to suggestions for topics and guest speakers. Observing is (usually) scheduled for the Friday and Saturday nearest the New Moon to maximize the observing hours during complete darkness. During the summer months when the park is open the observing site will be at the baseball field in the camping area at Tuckahoe State Park. In the winter we observe at the Equestrian center. Observing at Tuckahoe is limited to members of the Delmarva Stargazers only. The Delmarva Stargazers are also dedicated to promoting amateur astronomy in our area through educational outreach. Club members often do presentations at local libraries, schools, and scouting organizations, among others. The club publishes a monthly newsletter, The Star Gazer News, seven days before the club meeting.
Club meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7 PM at the North County Branch of the Caroline County Public Library at 101 Cedar Lane, Greensboro, MD 21639. There is a different presenter each month that covers some area in which he or she has expertise. The club members decide on the agenda for the next month.
Holds several club functions a year, presenting speakers on topics of political interest; staffs Democratic booths at local events, promotes voting and voter registration; works with the Caroline County Democratic Central Committee. Full club meets between 2 and 4 times per year.
Piano lessons given in Denton home. Lessons can begin when the child begins to read (usually age 6 or 7). Teaches people of all ages. Instructor has 25 years of experience. Also can be hired to play for private functions.
Club Call : K3EMD: Our Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7PM at the Talbot EOC/911 Center at 605 Port Street, Easton, Maryland 21601. Some of our members gather at the Olive Garden at 5:00 p.m. for dinner and fellowship prior to the meeting. Guests are always welcome.The Club provides a forum for amateur radio operators to share their knowledge and understanding of radio operations, to train future operators, to foster good will through community service and emergency communications, and to develop a fellowship for people with similar interests. As in most amateur radio clubs our members range from novice to extra and from youth to geezer! The members interests run throughout the spectrum in most every mode including DX, R.A.C.E.S., Satellite, EME, HF, VHF, UHF and Marine Mobile. We provide amateur radio communication service for the Triathlons that are held in the Cambridge, MD area.
To collect and disseminate information about the history of Federalsburg. Personal artifacts of Federalsburg residents are on display in storefront windows in Federalsburg. There is youth outreach that includes a hobby fair. Organizes a yearly heritage day called Return to Historic Federalsburg. Volunteers accepted to do historical research on people, places, events, industry, etc. of Federalsburg. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7 PM at the Federalsburg Senior Center (Morris Ave. entrance). The museum is called the Federalsburg Area Heritage Museum.
Undertakes a variety of gardening and landscaping projects throughout the county. Some yearly and ongoing projects include: creating Christmas wreaths and participating in the lighting of the Courthouse Green in Denton,and landscaping the log cabin in Greensboro, the Museum of Rural Life, and the Courthouse Green. The club is available for consultation on a variety of gardening issues. Holds monthly meeting every 2nd Friday, September through May. Most meetings are held at Caroline County Public Library. If schools are closed that day due to inclement weather, then the meeting is cancelled.
The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (FACES) is a destination for the area’s many quilt and fiber art enthusiasts, visitors, and residents to view historic and recent works by quilters and fiber artists from Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delmarva Peninsula. As a home to exhibit, retail, studio, and instruction spaces, FACES provides a central networking facility for fiber artists in the region; increases public access to and education about fiber art; fosters and promotes creativity in all areas of fiber art; and works to preserve fiber art skills and traditions. It is a unique place to visit, shop, learn, and find inspiration.