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    Welcome Guests and Friends to Oxford, Maryland!  

  • View of Oxford proper
  • Step back in time as you stroll through Oxford's historic district
  • Sunset over the Oxford Ferry docked on the Tred Avon River (oldest operating Ferry in the U.S.A)
  • El Galeon visits Oxford Port in September 2014
  • You can't be crabby in Oxford!
  • The Sandaway - a piece of paradise awaits you...
  • Music in the Park (during summer months)
  • Historic Robert Morris Inn (B&B and restaurant)
  • Salter's Tavern at the Robert Morris Inn
  • Popes Tavern
  • Combsberry Inn By Night (picture courtesy of Abby Rose)
  • Boating Paradise
  • Colorful Boat Races on the Tred Avon River
  • Frolicking on Oxford's Beach
  • Always a great day for kayaking on the Tred Avon River
  • All your water sport needs can be rented in town!
  • June Cardboard Races - an event not to miss!
  • The Highland Creamery Ice Cream is spectacular! After all that fun in the sun, what could be better!
  • Don't miss the little museum of Oxford's history!
  • Don't miss the unique Oxford Picket Fence Display thru out the town from mid May thru the end of September!
  • So much happening at the OCC! Check out their website!
  • Christmas on the Creek Official Lighting in December
  • Why would you want to live anywhere else...


 

769-1***Every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., OCC hosts an open art studio in our arts & crafts classroom. Artists bring their own materials to work on their projects in the company of other artists. There is no charge, but donations are appreciated.

***Monday – Wednesday – Friday 0900-1100 Free  — Enjoy a cup of coffee with your Oxford neighbors and Friends at the OCC

Check out their website at www.oxfordcc.org

 

 


Remaining April Highlights at a Glance –  

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23 April – TAP presents “the Dining Room – opening performance!  See calendar for all the dates available.  Tickets are 15.00 for adults and 5.00 for students with ID.  Visit http:/www.tredavonplayer.org  or call 410-226-0061 for more information!.

26 April – Book Signing at Mystery Loves Company – check it out on the calendar!

30 April - “Hey Bartender!” for Habitat Choptank, from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Masthead!  Check out the Calendar listing!


May Highlights at a Glance: 

may calendar2 May @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am – Join your neighbors for LADIES Breakfast at the Robert Morris Inn.   RSVP by Thurs, to l_madary@msn.com

2 May @ 0930 – Yoga with Suzie Hurley Mixed level class, students should bring their own yoga mat, one block, one blanket and a yoga belt.

7 MAY:  Native Plant Uses, a presentation by former US Botanical Garden Director Holly Shimizu. Co-sponsored by OCC, Adkins Arboretum and Oxford Garden Club.

10 May – Mother’s Day Breakfast at the Firehall from 8:00 am – 11:00 pm

14 May – Combsberry Book Club (see full notice on the calendar)

May 16 – May 18 – Fine Arts Exhibit Show and Sale at the Oxford Community Center. See wonderful art, enjoy delicious strawberry shortcake.

May 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm  – Oxford Walking Tour.  Join us, as the town of Oxford hosts its famous history walking tours. Take a step back in time and learn about the early days in the port town of Oxford. Tour meets at the Ferry dock at 11:00 a.m., and will last about 1.5 hours. Come and stroll down memory lane with us! While the tour is free of charge, donations will be accepted to support the Oxford Museum.

30 May – Oxford Ladies Auxiliary Rummage Sale at the Firehall from 0900-1200

May 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm – Steve Goldman Lecture on African American Press in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Check out the cooking classes by Chef Todd Mohr at Combsberry!

http://www.webcookingclasses.com/private-cooking-retreat

 


 

June events coming soon!

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Visit the town website for more information at  www.oxfordmd.net