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The Retriever in its many breeds—Golden, Labrador, Chesapeake, Flat Coated, and more—have been the hunter’s companion performing essential tasks in the field for hundreds of years. This connection between dog and outdoorsman has been depicted in sporting art, recorded in literature, and prized at canine competitions.  This Welcome Gallery exhibit is being held in conjunction with the Golden Retriever Club of America’s National Specialty held in Salisbury, MD, September 2017.Opening reception information coming soon. 
Taking orders NOW through December 1st to raise funds for Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City local youth programs.  Product can be delivered by the person taking the order or picked up by purchaser between December 14 to 17 (DEPENDING ON TRUCK DELIVERING TO OCAEN PINES)
We’ll meet at 8628 Grey Fox Lane (east of Berlin, MD) for a one-way paddle down the wild and winding marshes of Ayers Creek and Newport Bay. This will spill out into the unspoiled Chincoteague Bay before heading around South Point to the South Point boat ramp nestled along the quiet waters of Sinepuxent Bay. Our naturalist guide will navigate paddlers through the majestic wilderness. The sheer number of shorebirds, herons, and egrets is astounding. The route passes by the 2,000-acre Newport Farms with its rich and storied history. We will portage paddlers and boats back to Grey Fox Lane. WATER BODIES: Ayers Creek, plus Newport, Chincoteague and Sinepuxent Bays OUTFITTER: Ayers Creek Kayak Adventures LIMITED TO: 12 boats LEVEL: Moderate    
O.C.toberfest Halloween Beach Maze October 21 - 22, 2017 October 28 - 29, 2017 Event Type: Festivals and Fairs Come experience the thrill of a giant Halloween Beach Maze during its two-weekend run, October 21-22 and October 28-29. Children of all ages, can enjoy a pleasant scream as they meander the sands of the giant, bigger and better beach maze! Wicked witches, pirates of the sand, scary scarecrows, ghouls in the graveyard, zombies and more will add to the excitement.
We’ll meet at 8628 Grey Fox Lane (east of Berlin, MD) for a one-way paddle down the wild and winding marshes of Ayers Creek and Newport Bay. This will spill out into the unspoiled Chincoteague Bay before heading around South Point to the South Point boat ramp nestled along the quiet waters of Sinepuxent Bay. Our naturalist guide will navigate paddlers through the majestic wilderness. The sheer number of shorebirds, herons, and egrets is astounding. The route passes by the 2,000-acre Newport Farms with its rich and storied history. We will portage paddlers and boats back to Grey Fox Lane. WATER BODIES: Ayers Creek, plus Newport, Chincoteague and Sinepuxent Bays OUTFITTER: Ayers Creek Kayak Adventures LIMITED TO: 12 boats LEVEL: Moderate    
Rocktoberfest Event Type: Fishing Ocean City's only 24-hour rockfish tournament.  Prizes awarded for heaviest rockfish, flounder, trout, tautog and an open category. Concludes with the awards banquet around an "Eastern Shore" bonfire and pig roast on the beach at Fish Tales. Anglers may fish as much or as little as they want within the 24 hr period.  
Lunch & Learn: Maximizing Your Membership - Using Your Member Toolbox Tuesday October 24 11:00 am  - 1:00 pm ** Limited to 25 Attendees Maximizing Your Membership: We will review all the great items that are included in your membership to promote your business Using your online tools and much more ChamberMaster: Your Membership Database Learn how to use ChamberMaster to its fullest potential Updating Your Business Profile, Representatives, description Etc. Hot Deals .. Post Your  Events ...Enhanced Listings & much more ....  Staff will be available following the session to review your membership record with you one on one Please feel free to bring your laptop along so that you can navigate with us during training  
Lunch & Learn: Maximizing Your Membership - Using Your Member Toolbox Tuesday October 24 11:00 am  - 1:00 pm ** Limited to 25 Attendees Maximizing Your Membership: We will review all the great items that are included in your membership to promote your business Using your online tools and much more ChamberMaster: Your Membership Database Learn how to use ChamberMaster to its fullest potential Updating Your Business Profile, Representatives, description Etc. Hot Deals .. Post Your  Events ...Enhanced Listings & much more ....  Staff will be available following the session to review your membership record with you one on one Please feel free to bring your laptop along so that you can navigate with us during training  
Atlantic General Hospital Auxiliary will be holding a 2-day event fundraiser to benefit ATLANTIC GENERAL HOSPITAL.  This month is the SILVER EVENT where you can purchase sterling silver and semi-precious stone jewelry plus other gift items.  2-day event, starts Tuesday October 24th, 2017 at 8 am. to 4 pm., and Wednesday October the 25th, 2017 at 7 am. to 2 pm.  Location is the Main Lobby of AGH.
Local Search: Get On The Map! How to get your business listed on top What it takes to improve your search results   This Lunch and Learn is in partnership with the MCE Women's Business Center and presented by Susan Schauer John,   local owner and founder of SpiderWeb Connections. Please join us October 25th from noon -1:30 pm for this free workshop! Please just bring your own "brown bag" lunch.
Local Search: Get On The Map! How to get your business listed on top What it takes to improve your search results   This Lunch and Learn is in partnership with the MCE Women's Business Center and presented by Susan Schauer John,   local owner and founder of SpiderWeb Connections. Please join us October 25th from noon -1:30 pm for this free workshop! Please just bring your own "brown bag" lunch.
Our third annual Haunted Library featuring our fearful labyrinth will be held on Thursday & Friday, October 26th and 27th. Come anytime between 4 & 7 pm to experience the thrills and chills of our transformed meeting room.The first 30 survivors escape with a free book. Free event!
TRICK or TEE TIME Golf Tournament Proceeds go to Light Up OC, to spread the Christmas spirit throughout the city. Join us  at GlenRiddle’s WarAdmiral Course Get in the swing of Halloween. Costumes encouraged. Prize for best costume! $120 per individual / $480 per foursome Free Hole Sponsorship with each team registered Individual hole sponsorships available — $150 donation Premier Player Package — $25 includes: 2 Mulligans, 2 Putting Contest Entries, 10 50/50 Raffle Tickets Reserve your spot today! Email for more information ocdowntownassociation@verizon.net
The 31st Annual Christmas Gift and Craft Show sponsored by Quota International of Salisbury will return to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on Friday, Oct. 27 from 4 – 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $4 per day, and children under 12 are admitted free.  The fair features nearly 150 crafters and local vendors with a variety of items for sale including wooden toys, ceramics, hats, scarves, candles, wreaths and flower arrangements, baskets and jewelry. Santa Claus will make a special appearance on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Children visiting during this time can also take home a free book as a part of the Quota Club’s Cops 'N Kids program, which is held in partnership with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office and Salisbury City Police. The Christmas Gift and Craft Show serves as the Quota International of Salisbury’s annual fundraiser. Proceeds from the event are used to serve the local community, with a focus on the deaf, hearing impaired, speech impaired as well as disadvantaged women and children. The Quota Club has launched several programs to improve local literacy levels in partnership with area police and schools. Through their Court Kids program, children in the local foster system are given basic necessities as well as items of comfort such as blankets, toys and stuffed animals. On an annual basis, four Wicomico County high school graduates receive scholarships from the Quota Club and one student is given a scholarship for Wor-Wic Community College. In addition to these programs, the Quota Club grants financial support to over 20 local non-profits including Coastal Hospice, the Salvation Army and the United Way. If you are interested in being a vendor, click here for more information.
Ghoulish Halloween Party for kids! Berlin Activities Depot October 27th 6-9PM Purchase your tickets by October 16th for $15; later tickets $25 *Haunted House, Zombie Tag, Riddle Trick-or-Treating, Costume Contest & more!* (410)629-0878
Don't be a scaredy cat - bring the family for a ghoulish good time!  Costume contests, carnival games, face painting, arts and crafts, pony rides, haunted hay ride, refreshments and candy.  Free for all ages!
Paranormal Investigation - Furnace Town, Snow Hill Just 30 minutes from Ocean City - Join our Chesapeake Ghosts storyteller and a team of investigators from Delmarva Spirit Hunters for a 1.5-hour paranormal investigation at Furnace Town in Snow Hill. Furnace Town is a living heritage "outdoor" museum in the Pocomoke Forest. On the grounds, there are a collection of restored historic buildings - a church, a school, a blacksmith shop and the old remains of the iron furnace. These buildings and the grounds are legendary for having paranormal activity, and your group will be able to enter some of the buildings - including the old Church - home of the "Heavy Bible."  You will also be able to investigate around the old iron furnace and go deeper into the forest -- - at night. The highlight will be walking into the secluded (and haunted) Pocomoke Forest after dark (weather permitting).  Sightings of Sampson Harmon, a free Black man who worked at the iron furnace and lived in the forest with his cats until he was 104 years old have been known to occur. Some people catch a glimpse of his cat. Harmon is one of over a dozen legendary spirits said to haunt the Pocomoke Forest. This forest has a 200 year legacy of being haunted, and it is by far, the most haunted forest in Maryland.  "Ghost meters" that identify electromagnetic energy will be provided for guests to use during the investigation. Guests are invited and encouraged to bring their own ghost hunting equipment.  Group limited to 25. BOOK NOW online 
In conjunction with Adopt-A-Shelter Dog month, the Worcester County Humane Society will be holding their 2nd Annual Open House on Saturday, October 28th from 12-3 p.m.  Everyone is invited to come see all of the sweet dogs and cats that are available for adoption.  There will be kids activities, a bake sale, local artists and vendors and at 2 pm there will be a Worcester County K-9 Unit demonstration.   In addition, lunch will be available with a $5 donation.  Bring your furry family members for a Blessing of the Animals by Father Matthew D’Amario from St. Paul’s By the Sea.  Father Matthew will be there from 12-3 p.m.  Dogs must be leashed and cats in a carrier or leashed. The shelter is also offering $25 cat adoptions and $100 dog adoptions on the day of the open house.  Applications must be turned in on October 28th to receive the discounted adoption fee.
  The Autumn Home & Condo Show is an event designed for homeowners in all stages of remodeling, landscaping and decorating their homes.  Exhibitors will be on hand with merchandise, product demonstrations, and interior and exterior displays.  With a combination of new products and advice from the pros, the Home Show inspires homeowners with ideas on enhancing their home's comfort and functionality, as well as aesthetic appeal and overall value.  
O.C.toberfest Great Pumpkin Race The fun continues with “The Great Pumpkin Race” on Saturday, October 28, on the Boardwalk. Build your own pumpkin race car to bring and compete in this wacky and zany, side-by-side, down-hill race. Plus, there will be lots of room to watch these exciting races with live play-by-play by the event announcer. Prizes will be awarded in each division, as well as for creativity. If you’re ready to start building your ghastly but spirited race car, download the complete event rules from ococean.com or specialeventpro.com. .
The Autumn Home & Condo Show is an event designed for homeowners in all stages of remodeling, landscaping and decorating their homes.  Exhibitors will be on hand with merchandise, product demonstrations, and interior and exterior displays.  With a combination of new products and advice from the pros, the Home Show inspires homeowners with ideas on enhancing their home's comfort and functionality, as well as aesthetic appeal and overall value.  
Swing for Youth Golf Open Format: Florida Scramble, 50% Handicap All proceeds will benefit the Youth Programs of Ocean City Recreations and Parks  
Free Admission & refreshments, 10a.m.- 4p.m.   Cynthia Byrd  410-632-0515
Come in costume and trick-or-treat around the library. We will have games, snacks, crafts, and our haunted maze will still be up and running! All ages are welcome. 
Get your Halloween costume ready and join all the other goblins at the Halloween “Spook Out” Party. Participants of all ages, including parents, will fill the Northside Park gym for carnival games, arts & crafts, hayrides, and snacks! Costume contests will be scheduled throughout the event.
Paint your Pet!  To prepare for your event please email us a picture of your pet at tcstudios11@aol.com no later than a week before the event. We will sketch out the canvas and then lead you through a step by step Painting Expereince of your little fur ball!
Paint your Pet!  To prepare for your event please email us a picture of your pet at tcstudios11@aol.com no later than a week before the event. We will sketch out the canvas and then lead you through a step by step Painting Expereince of your little fur ball!
     Join us for our November 2017 Business After Hours Hosted by Ocean City Fish Company Thursday November 2, 2017 5-7 p.m. Enjoy Complimentary Appetizers -- Happy Hour Prices - Door Prize Drawings & 50/50 Relax -- network  and enjoy the beautiful view of the harbor This is a great networking opportunity !! Whether you are a current chamber member or if you are in business in the area and are considering joining the chamber we invite you to join us and see what the OC Chamber has to offer
November 2017 Business Breakfast Barn - 34 November 9, 2017 8:00 am - 9:30 am Topic: HOPECorps Speaker:  Aaron C. Willis, Ph.D., AM, LSW (IN) Project Director, AmeriCorps HOPECorps Assistant Professor Salisbury University Social Work Department As the nationwide fight to curb the opioid epidemic rages on, a new initiative at Salisbury University is climbing into the ring. ShoreCorps, SU's AmeriCorps program, has received a $53,000 federal grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service to launch HOPECorps. The new initiative, which stands for Heroin Opioid Prevention and Education, will recruit 11 members who will work in various Eastern Shore communities to support efforts to tackle the opioid crisis. SU social work professor Aaron Willis, who is heading the program, said his primary mission for HOPECorps is to make a dent in the number of deaths as a result of opioid addiction.  
House Bill 1- Mandatory Paid Leave- The Impacts and Implications on your Business/Workforce As you may be aware, the legislature passed the Mandatory Paid Leave Bill this past session. This would essentially require all businesses with 15 or more employees to provide paid leave to employees working 12 or more hours per week. For seasonal businesses, accrual of leave commences upon hire, but may not be used until after 106 days of employment, however many seasonal businesses have staff longer than this period, which would allow them to earn and use leave at the end of the season which is often a very difficult time for employers to stay fully staffed. Due to the severe impact on small business in Maryland as well as the strict sanctions for non-compliance, the Governor did veto this bill. However, there is a very strong chance that that veto may be overridden during the 2018 legislative session. We are working diligently to sustain the veto- but we need your feedback on how this would personally impact your business! During this session our expert panel will cover: - The provisions of HB1 - The impact of HB1 on businesses - What would businesses like to change? - Prospects of a veto override - What you can do to help sustain the Governors Veto and support a more reasonable bill For more information and to take action on the effort to sustain the veto, please visit http://www.savemdjobs.com Please join of for this important session! Continental breakfast will be provided.
Lunch & Learn -  Shipping for Businesses Wednesday Nov. 15, 2017 11:00 am  - 1:00 pm Hooked $15  - Lunch Included The U.S. Postal Service will provide a presentation on “Shipping for Businesses” at the November 15, 2017 meeting. Postmaster Dan Woods and Sales Executive Lee Ann Geist have teamed up to help several Ocean City businesses already with their shipping needs. They will be discussing USPS discounted rates for businesses, improved tracking, surcharges, cost-saving best practices for packaging and label creation, and carrier pickup. Dan & Lee Ann will be available afterwards to discuss individual business needs.  
November 16 - December 31, 2017 See how Ocean City, MD, sparkles this winter and visit the Winterfest of Lights! You'll find more than one million holiday lights and hundreds of animated light displays throughout Northside Park. Relax and sip hot chocolate in the heated Winterfest Village pavilion, take a photo with Santa, and board the Winterfest Express to tour fairy tale themed exhibits. The one-mile journey takes you through 58 acres of lights and features a 50-foot Christmas tree. Enjoy a walk-through tour of this year's event and scroll through the photos from Winterfest 2014 for an inside look!  
Paint your Pet!  To prepare for your event please email us a picture of your pet at tcstudios11@aol.com no later than a week before the event. We will sketch out the canvas and then lead you through a step by step Painting Expereince of your little fur ball!
Holiday Artisan Fair Join us for this special showcase of local artisans in time for the holidays! Browse through a variety of unique, handmade items including jewelry, glass, ceramics, and more.  Enjoy live music, refreshments, and book signings with local artists and authors.  
Please join us for our 2017 December Holiday Business After Hours Friday December 1, 2017 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Hosted by: Dry Dock 28      Please join us for our annual Holiday After Hours at one of Ocean City's newest Hot Spots !! Dry Dock 28 A premium networking opportunity where you will be able to relax, enjoy and promote your business and its services. Each year during our Holiday After Hours we have our Toys for Tots drive. Please bring a new unwrapped toy. 50/50 Door prize drawings Happy Hour Prices Complimentary Appetizers   Stay for dinner !! This is a great opportunity to try something from their fantastic menu  If you would like to donate something for our door prize drawing - contact Lisa Layfield events Director 410-213-0144 ext. 104 or Email lisa@OceanCity.org
Please join us for our 2017 December Holiday Business After Hours Friday December 1, 2017 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Hosted by: Dry Dock 28      Please join us for our annual Holiday After Hours at one of Ocean City's newest Hot Spots !! Dry Dock 28 A premium networking opportunity where you will be able to relax, enjoy and promote your business and its services. Each year during our Holiday After Hours we have our Toys for Tots drive. Please bring a new unwrapped toy. 50/50 Door prize drawings Happy Hour Prices Complimentary Appetizers   Stay for dinner !! This is a great opportunity to try something from their fantastic menu  If you would like to donate something for our door prize drawing - contact Lisa Layfield events Director 410-213-0144 ext. 104 or Email lisa@OceanCity.org
   Tis the Season!  The 34th Annual Ocean City Christmas Parade marches along Coastal Hwy. on Saturday, December 2, 2017. .  The event will feature more than 50 units, including high school bands, horses, antique cars, colorful holiday floats, and more. Professional judges will review bands and other units in nine categories, with trophies being awarded inside the Carousel Hotel following the parade.  The awards presentation is part of a post-parade reception hosted by the Carousel Hotel, bringing additional family fun for participants and patrons alike.  Festivities at the hotel will begin immediately after the parade conclusion and sill include half-priced ice skating, a DJ playing continuous holiday music and fee photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus.  In addition, complementary winter refreshments will be available. To participate in the Ocean City Christmas Parade, which is coordinated by the Town of Ocean City, registrants should contact the Special Events Dept. at 410-250-0125.  There is no charge to participate.  For those wishing to view the parade, plenty of seating will be available along the west side of the half-mile parade route, including the Food Lion parking lot and judging area. Spectators will not be permitted to watch the parade from the median area of Coastal Hwy.  Motorists are reminded that traffic pattern changes will begin approximately 8am and traffic congestion and delays should be expected.  Also, due to the high volume of pedestrian traffic, everyone is reminded to Walk Smart by using crosswalks and crossing with the traffic control signal.  
COATS FOR KIDS TOURNAMENT Eagle's Landing Golf Course, Shot Gun start 10 a.m. $40.00 per person, includes breakfast and lunch. ALL proceeds to Worcester County Gold & Buckingham Elementary School.
VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION Our annual old-fashioned holiday gathering: holiday decorations throughout the museum, Victorian Christmas exhibit, Victorian-style sweets and mulled cider. Great shopping in our museum gift shop!
The Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament held in Salisbury Maryland has grown to be the largest holiday basketball tournament on the East Coast. In its 36th year, the Governor’s Challenge will bring 124 teams to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center and surrounding high schools on Dec. 26-30, 2017
The Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament held in Salisbury Maryland has grown to be the largest holiday basketball tournament on the East Coast. In its 36th year, the Governor’s Challenge will bring 124 teams to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center and surrounding high schools on Dec. 26-30, 2017
Welcome the New Year 2018 with celebration & Ball Drop
New Year's Eve Celebration and Fireworks The Town of Ocean City will be hosting a New Year's Eve Fireworks Show at Northside Park to celebrate the beginning of 2018 and the 25th Annual Winterfest of Lights.  The fireworks display, which will begin promptly at midnight, will be accompanied by live entertainment, warm hot chocolate, and the opportunity to ride through the Winterfest of Lights. Hours for the Winterfest of Lights, which was recently named a prestigious Top 100 Event by American Bus Association and voted "Maryland's Finest Holiday Tradition" by Maryland Life Magazine, will be extended until midnight.  This family-friendly event will allow visitors to travel through the winter paradise of lights and then listen to music by a local DJ as they wait for the countdown to midnight. With more than one million holiday lights sparkling throughout Northside Park, the Winterfest of Lights New Year's Eve Fireworks Show will be a great way to ring in the New Year.
The Town of Ocean City offers free bus services for New Year's Eve from 6 a.m. New Year's Eve to 6 a.m. New Year's Day.
The 2018 Mayor's Prayer Breakfast  is presented by the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce, the Berlin Chamber of Commerce, the Snow Hill Area Chamber of Commerce and the Pocomoke Area Chamber of Commerce. Clarion Fontainebleau Crystal Ballroom Friday - January 12, 2018 Check-In  7:00 - 7:45 Speaker and Breakfast will begin promptly at 8:00 am $20 per person       $300 Sponsor Table ( inc. 10 tix and Event Sponsor Recognition on table and in program. ) $100 Open Seating Sponsor ( Signage on Open Seating table as Events Sponsor & In Program) We are thrilled to announce this year's Key Note Speaker: Victor Mooney - The Goree Challenge #WhenWePray   # GoreeChallenge After three failed attempts and four boats in a ten year period, Victor Mooney finally reached New York waters. In 2006, his homemade boat last thirty minutes and Senegalese coast guard rescued him. In 2009, his water systems failed and was rescued near Guinea-Bissau. In 2011, his boat took on water and survived 14 days drifting in the Atlantic Ocean from a life raft until he was rescued. On his fourth try, shark damaged his boat, lost 80lbs., and had no food for nearly sixty days, but he persevered against all odds. Mr. Mooney departed from Maspalomas, Gran Canaria on February 19, 2014 and landed at New York's Brooklyn Bridge on November 28, 2015. He became the first African-American to row across any ocean. Join us as he takes you along on his magnificent journey and how his  faith, strength & determination brought him to complete this unbelievable feat .... this is something won't want to miss ! Click Here to read more .... An Unplanned Stop in Ocean City     This event has been such an inspiration and uplifting morning, where the entire community would come together- including our local citizens, community leaders, elected officials, church congregations, local police and fire departments, the business community, the Board of education, educators and school representatives and nonprofit organizers. It truly is the only event that spans the entire breadth of our community.
The 2018 Mayor's Prayer Breakfast  is presented by the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce, the Berlin Chamber of Commerce, the Snow Hill Area Chamber of Commerce and the Pocomoke Area Chamber of Commerce. Clarion Fontainebleau Crystal Ballroom Friday - January 12, 2018 Check-In  7:00 - 7:45 Speaker and Breakfast will begin promptly at 8:00 am $20 per person       $300 Sponsor Table ( inc. 10 tix and Event Sponsor Recognition on table and in program. ) $100 Open Seating Sponsor ( Signage on Open Seating table as Events Sponsor & In Program) We are thrilled to announce this year's Key Note Speaker: Victor Mooney - The Goree Challenge #WhenWePray   # GoreeChallenge After three failed attempts and four boats in a ten year period, Victor Mooney finally reached New York waters. In 2006, his homemade boat last thirty minutes and Senegalese coast guard rescued him. In 2009, his water systems failed and was rescued near Guinea-Bissau. In 2011, his boat took on water and survived 14 days drifting in the Atlantic Ocean from a life raft until he was rescued. On his fourth try, shark damaged his boat, lost 80lbs., and had no food for nearly sixty days, but he persevered against all odds. Mr. Mooney departed from Maspalomas, Gran Canaria on February 19, 2014 and landed at New York's Brooklyn Bridge on November 28, 2015. He became the first African-American to row across any ocean. Join us as he takes you along on his magnificent journey and how his  faith, strength & determination brought him to complete this unbelievable feat .... this is something won't want to miss ! Click Here to read more .... An Unplanned Stop in Ocean City     This event has been such an inspiration and uplifting morning, where the entire community would come together- including our local citizens, community leaders, elected officials, church congregations, local police and fire departments, the business community, the Board of education, educators and school representatives and nonprofit organizers. It truly is the only event that spans the entire breadth of our community.
32nd Annual Ocean City Community Health Fair is co-sponsored by Town of Ocean City, Atlantic General Hospital and The Ocean City AARP Chapter #1917 The Health Fair is open to the public (includes the community and tourists).
32nd Annual Ocean City Community Health Fair is co-sponsored by Town of Ocean City, Atlantic General Hospital and The Ocean City AARP Chapter #1917 The Health Fair is open to the public (includes the community and tourists).
Shore Wars is an annual boys lacrosse tournament for grades 2nd through 8th held at the MAYS Sport Plex and surrounding facilities.  HoganLax brings their experience running well organized, safe and fun lacrosse tournaments to Ocean City, Maryland for families to enjoy lacrosse, the beach and family time.  Each team will play 2 games on Saturday and a minimum of 2 games on Sunday. Kick off your summer tournament season or wrap up your spring rec season with a trip to the beach.  Hope to see you in sunny Ocean City!
Shore Wars is an annual boys lacrosse tournament for grades 2nd through 8th held at the MAYS Sport Plex and surrounding facilities.  HoganLax brings their experience running well organized, safe and fun lacrosse tournaments to Ocean City, Maryland for families to enjoy lacrosse, the beach and family time.  Each team will play 2 games on Saturday and a minimum of 2 games on Sunday. Kick off your summer tournament season or wrap up your spring rec season with a trip to the beach.  Hope to see you in sunny Ocean City!
Charity golf tournament to benefit adults with intellectual disabilities who attend the Worcester County Developmental Center
Charity golf tournament to benefit adults with intellectual disabilities who attend the Worcester County Developmental Center

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