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.
We've got a little something for everyone this Saturday, as we celebrate SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY on November 28.
Help downtown businesses make a difference this holiday season by donating new, unopened toys to Miracle on Poplar. You can also purchase these Groove City decals for $3 at Calista Boutique, Cutting Edge Salaon, the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, or Katie Mae's Country Shop.
Cambridge Main Street, Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy, and Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth have joined forces to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Cambridge Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Dorchester Center for the Arts.
One lesson Cambridge Main Street learned last year was that there was ample parking during its event with IRONMAN Maryland. We're urging everyone to come downtown and enjoy the race at IRONFEST. Check out the full story and we'll tell you where to park.
Starting midweek, Main Street businesses have created a ton of unique events and specials to welcome back athletes for the second running of IRONMAN Maryland, which was postponed prior to its original date on Oct. 3 due to poor weather during the approach of Hurricane Joaquin.
Cambridge Main Street recently announced its design for the 2015 Christmas ornament, mimicking the tree topper designed and built by Jack Helgeson at Choptank Charlie's Emporium.