Come celebrate the cultural diversity of our community by participating in the 20th Annual Multicultural Festival. Join friends, artists & performers, and community groups in celebrating the cultural diversity of our community through music, dance, art, crafts, games, laughing, eating together, and more. The Festival celebrates cultural diversity by providing events that positively showcase cultural differences and encourages people to share and celebrate in unity. The Festival features entertainment, a variety of refreshments, including ethnic food selections, children’s games, and an opportunity to visit and meet with area service organizations with educational materials at their booths/tables.
Annual Summer Seafood Festival. Food to be served includes steamed crabs, crab cakes, soft crabs, clams, steamed shrimp, barbecue chicken, hot dogs, corn on the cob, hamburgers, and French Fries. Ice-cold beer, children’s activities, games, nautical artisans, craft vendors, a flea market and 50/50 raffle. Benefit Tilghman Island Volunteer Fire Department. Tilghman Island Fired Department, and adjacent Kronsburg Park, Main Street, Tilghman Island. Admission free; food items priced separately.
Join us for a beautiful weekend in celebration of the tens of thousands of daffodils planted and displayed in the historic, waterfront town of St. Michaels, Maryland.
The 2018 Daffodil Festival is scheduled for next April 14- 15, 2018 which will include the first blooming celebration of daffodils that were planted throughout the town of St. Michaels as well as festivities designed to encourage visitors and to benefit residents and businesses alike. St. Michaels Community groups, merchants and residents are encouraged to show support through the display of daffodils and through participation in our Daffodil Festival Events.
Schedule of Events
1st Annual Daffodil Festival Parade
Join us for our fabulous floral festival parade! Design a float or just be a fan! Saturday, April 14th at 10 a.m. on Talbot Street! Look for exciting details as they come in!
Daffodil Hat Decorating Contest
Get creative! Prizes awarded at the end of the parade for the best daffodil decorated hat!
Historic Daffodil Tour
Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Meet at the St. Michaels Museum. $5 per person. Free admission to the museum.
Daffy-Dog Costume Contest
Dress your pooch in a Daffodil theme! Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in Muskrat Park on Willow Street
Participating restaurants will offer special Daffodil inspired lunches on Sunday.
Daffodil Decorating Contest
Winning House, Winning Street and Winning Shop Windows in town with a Daffodil-inspired theme will vie for the coveted window decorating contest.
Since 1970, the nationally-known Waterfowl Festival has been the ultimate weekend for families, sporting enthusiasts and art lovers. Our celebration of wildlife art, sporting heritage and Eastern Shore culture is a town-wide event. Various venues throughout Easton feature: word-class wildlife paintings, sculpture, carvings and photos; collectible decoys and regional artisans; sporting gear and adventures to delight every outdoorsman or woman; the World Championship Calling Contests; retriever and fly fishing demonstrations and many kids’ activities. Of course, the weekend would be incomplete without great food and music, too. Proceeds from the Festival support Waterfowl Chesapeake’s conservation work with a portion of the funds going directly to initiatives and projects that support communities and conservation.
Visit http://www.waterfowlfestival.org to purchase tickets. Children 10 and under are free. Adult 3-Day Tickets: $15 thru Oct. 31 / $20 Nov. 1-12.