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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MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND THINK PINK – There will be a casual, fun 3.1-mile walk for breast cancer survivors, caregivers, anyone who has ever lost a loved one to breast cancer, or friends who want to support a cure on Oct. 25 at 9:30 a.m. Anyone interested can meet at Elliott’s Baking Company on Race Street at 9 a.m. The walk will go down Race and Poplar Streets, turn right to Long Wharf, left to Great Marsh, and back again. There are no entry fees, only a request that you later support the charity of your choice whose mission is to cure breast cancer.

Geoff GoodmanIt’s amazing how the downtown community has come together to remember and honor artist Geoff Goodman -- and to help his wife, April Dean Goodman, owner of Bliss Jewelry. Geoff died in a boating accident on Oct. 4. He created the beautiful sailboat sculptures and jewelry that were sold at Bliss. We will miss seeing him sitting outside on the corner of Poplar and Gay Streets creating his art, as well as his kindness and his generosity and willingness to always help others. Our prayers and thoughts go out to April and to all of Geoff’s family and friends. Click "more" to continue reading.

In order to be organized for the holiday season, Cambridge Main Street is working with local business owners and volunteers to coordinate some winter programing to highlight its downtown commercial district. The group has come up with some great ideas, but is on the lookout for even more.

“I want this holiday season to be a continual string of events that make people want to come downtown,” said Cambridge Main Street Executive Director Brandon Hesson. “We have a lot of great ideas, and a lot of great people to work on them, but I want to hear more from the community to see what kinds of things they would like to see.” Ideas can be sent to Hesson via email at brandon@cambridgemainstreet.com. Click "more" to continue reading.


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. Click "more" to buy online.

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.


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