Features

Sale Barn rolls with punches

The Olde Sale Barn has been in Caroline County since the early part of the 20th Century. It has evolved from a livestock auction barn to an arena for amateur boxing matches to an antique mall with an event venue. The Olde Sales Barn’s transformation is a reflection of...

Checking out at the seed library

For the second growing season in a row, Mid-Shore residents once again can bask in the best of both worlds, courtesy of the Free Seed Library at Talbot County Public Library’s main branch, 100 W. Dover Street in Easton. Sponsored by the University of Maryland...

There’s always a few shady plants

In a perfect world, we’d all have sunny, weed-free gardens but the truth is, it’s just not possible! Perhaps your only possible garden site is along a woodsline, or your yard is surrounded by woods, or, your garden might consist of planting boxes on your patio. While...

Stay a cut above with strawberries in your diet

While several niche berries have gotten recent acclaim as superfoods, the old standards such as strawberries remain a powerful player in health and wellness. From diabetes to heart disease, strawberries’ health benefits are nothing to pass by. Its heart shape offers a...

Spring Cleaning: Yard Edition

(Courtesy Seek Visibility) In just a few short weeks, the sunshine will be bright, the air will be warm, and the birds will be singing so sweetly that you won’t be able to stop spending time outside. Yet, if you don’t prepare your yard for spring, you won’t enjoy what...

Knock the dust off your garden

After being cooped up all winter, we all have visions of the weed-free, bountiful garden we’ll have this year. However, when we can finally venture out in weather warm enough to spare wearing a knit hat and flannel pajama bottoms, further investigation might show that...

Start your garden off ‘Brew-tifully’

Tea lovers swear by a well steeped cup (or two) in the morning to smoothly jump-start their days, especially during the long winter months. While caffeine supplies the kick, healthy nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, ions and flavonoids are added advantages. As...

Squirrels are all about the nuts and bolts

Do you (and likely your dog) love watching the curious adventures of squirrels as they jump tree to tree and scurry around in your yard? While many people know that squirrels like acorns and have bushy tails, what else are the crazy critters up to as they bark,...

Herbs offer an ideal accent to your garden

With many gardeners putting their attention on their vegetable gardens with spring upon us, herbs could get some due consideration as well. Their green foliage and aromas in the air could add some atmosphere to a windowsill or plant beds, and can work as wonderful...

Upcoming Events

  1. Working
 Artists 
Forum 
Exhibit
 & 
Sale

    May 2 @ 11:00 am - June 27 @ 3:00 pm
  2. “A 
Brush 
With 
Summer”
 Exhibit

    June 1 @ 10:00 am - July 30 @ 6:00 pm
  3. Spring
 Exhibit 
“The 
Women
 of
 Talbot
 County”

    June 2 @ 10:00 am - June 30 @ 4:00 pm
  4. National 
Music 
Festival

    June 3 - July 16
  5. Sail
 on 
a
 Skipjack

    June 9 @ 1:00 pm - June 30 @ 3:00 pm