Historic Downtown Cambridge, Maryland, an authentic Chesapeake town on the Eastern Shore, is known for its rich history, beautiful buildings, vibrant arts scene, and one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and services.


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The 2014 Cambridge Main Street Christmas ornament has been selling well in stores, and now it is available for you online. You can purchase the new Skipjack design, as well as the 2012 and 2013 designs, through Paypal. Each is also available at Main Street retailers Bliss Jewelry, Sunnyside Shop, A Few of My Favorite Things and Craig's Drug Store.

 

Whether you are continuing your collection, or starting anew, act now while supplies last.



The 2014 Cambridge Main Street Christmas ornament has arrived and is available in select downtown locations starting Saturday, September 13.

The skipjack design has been described as being the best design yet in the three-year history of the ornament. You can buy this year's ornament, as well as select quantities of the 2012 and 2013 ornament, in Bliss Jewelry, Sunnyside Shop, Craig's Drug Store and A Few of My Favorite Things Gourmet and Gifts.



In 2012, a fire ravaged 507 Race Street. In 2013, a series of storms severely damaged the Hearn Building at 509-511 Race Street. Both sites have stood vacant since those two devastating events, but the future for the 500 block of Race Street is looking brighter, according the Brandon Hesson, Cambridge Main Street Executive Director. Click "more" to keep reading.



Liv AgainDowntown's newest shop, Liv Again opened in August. The shop features an eclectic mix of higher-end consignment and new furniture, home decor, art, and more, as well as interior design services and special event rental. The owners are Adrian Holmes and Cambridge native Jermaine Anderson. Liv Again is located at 317 High Street, inside a beautifully restored building. Join the Liv Again Facebook page. Click "more" to conitn



Talk about making an entrance! Craniums at the Beach, soon to be up and running in the old Point Break Bar location, wowed with a slam dunk sneak preview during last month’s Taste of Cambridge, winning coveted “Best in Show” honors for its mouth-watering crab nachos and a shot at the World Food Championship competition slated for Las Vegas this November. (Read on by clicking "more.")



Katie Mae's Country ShoppeKatie Mae Smith’s dream has come true with the opening of Katie Mae’s Country Shoppe in the former Pet Threadz location downtown.


“As a teenager and young adult I became very interested in the Amish lifestyle—their loyalty, strong faith, and work ethic are inspiring!  I had a dream to open a store to keep their inspirations going and to help others feel the warmth, comfort and peace that the Amish bring to me,” Smith said.
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