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Welcome to Caroline County

Located on the Chesapeake Peninsula between the Choptank River and the Mason-Dixon Line, Caroline is the perfect destination for heritage enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers. Here you’ll find a rural and relaxing lifestyle where you can ease all the way back to the 1700’s, retrace Underground Railroad pathways, and revisit captivating stories of the Civil War. Enjoy Caroline’s wealth of unique heritage experiences, nature preserves, winding waterways, gently curving countryside, small town charm and one-of-a-kind group excursions.

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Friday Nites in Caroline presents the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Faculty Jazz

Friday Nites in Caroline presents the University of Maryland Eastern Shore...

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Harriet Tubman Centennial Celebration: Mark Priest Art Opening & Reception

On Friday, March 8th 2013 at 7:00 p.m., renowned artist Mark Priest will be at...

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Todd Groves & The University of Delaware Trio

Friday Nites in Caroline presents Todd Groves & The University of Delaware Trio on Friday, February 8, 7:00 p.m at Caroline County Public Library in Denton.

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Weaving a Common Bond: An Exhibit at FACES

The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore invites you to “Weaving a Common Bond,” an exhibit featuring work from Fiber Artists Wende Woodham and Heidi Wetzel. The exhibit will be on display at FACES, located at 7 N. 4th Street in Denton, from January 17th – March 17th.

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Tickets Now on Sale for Mardi Gras Masqued Ball

Join the Caroline County Council of Arts for their 3rd Annual Masqued Ball Fundraiser, taking place on Saturday, February 9th, 2013, from 7-11pm at the Fretterd Center in Denton. Back by popular demand, the Mardi Gras-themed Masqued Ball will feature live entertainment, creole-inspired cuisine, dancing, casino room, mask contest and more!

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Adkins Arboretum offers “Homegrown” Series

Learn the basics of producing food—from poultry to vegetables to gardening with kids—when writer and educator Elizabeth Beggins offers a three-part “Homegrown” series at Adkins Arboretum. The director of The You Food Project, a grassroots initiative designed to connect youth to food and the environment, Beggins believes that health depends on a keen understanding of what we eat and that our choices as consumers are vital to sustaining ourselves and our planet. The series includes:

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Patti’s Petals Relocates to 219 Market Street!

Patti’s Petals, downtown Denton’s premier florist and gift shop,...

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