What’s Happening on Maryland’s Eastern Shore This Fall


As the Summer heat starts to move out and the cooler crisp air of Fall moves in, so do quite a few events!  Here are just a few things you might want to see and do this Fall on the shore.


14th Annual St. Michaels Concours d’ Elegance on Chesapeake Bay (https://smcde.org/)

Sunday, September 26, 2021, at Talbot Country Club in St. Michaels, MD, will host rare, pre-war European and American coach-built automobiles, as well as post-war Sports and Touring Cars.  Enhancing the mood of stepping back in time and in the tradition of historic Concours events held in Paris, the exhibit of automobiles will be complemented by an elegant fashion show and an additional display of classic wooden speed boats moored at the pier along the show field.  Tickets can be purchased on the website.


50th Waterfowl Festival (https://waterfowlfestival.org/)

From November 11-14, 2021, in Easton Maryland, the festival will feature artwork, a fishing tournament, a world waterfowl calling contest, and a dog diving contest.


OysterFest (https://cbmm.org/events/annual-festivals-and-special-events/oysterfest/)

The OysterFest is being held in St. Michaels at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Rain or Shine.  The Fest features oysters in a variety of ways, along with other local fare, craft beer, and spirits.  Live music will be featured on two stages, and you can watch cooking presentations and enjoy some great food.  Family activities will include a scavenger hunt, face painting and a chance to build a take-home model boat for $3.


Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival (https://cbmm.org/eastern-shore-sea-glass-coastal-arts-festival/)

November 20-22, 2021,  in St. Michaels you can attend the Eastern Shore Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival.  Featuring over 90 artisans, many from the local Delmarva area, and some from as far away as Hawaii, the Sea Glass & Coastal Arts Festival will exhibit and sell jewelry, home décor, art and more.  Live music will be featured both days on two stages with local musicians as well as educational lectures and documentaries.  You can enjoy boat rides, and food and beverages will be available for purchase.


Pour Up the Shore Ale & Artisan (https://visitqueenannes.com/event/pour-up-the-shore-ale-artisan-festival/)

October 16, 2021, you can head to the Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Department and attend the Pour Up the Shore Ale & Artisan Festival.  Agriculture, Watermen, Breweries, Vineyards, Distilleries, Artisans, and fun for everyone is all free at this event.  You can purchase tickets for rides and gam

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