Calendar of Events for Historic Downtown Cambridge, MD
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Second Saturday and Art Walk
Shops and galleries stay open until at least 8pm with specials, free nibbles, and more. Every Second Saturday of the month, 5-9pm, on the 300 block of High Street, 500 block of Poplar Street, and 400 block of Race Street.
Cambridge Farmers Market
Farmers Market on the waterfront at Long Wharf (near High and Water Streets) in Cambridge. Local produce, meats, cheeses, breads, crafts, and more. Every Thursday, 3-6pm, May through October.
Historic Walking Tours
Join a costumed guide for a walking tour of beautiful, historic High Street. Every Saturday at 11am, from April through October. Weather permitting. Meet at Long Wharf at the end of High Street. $8 for adults; 12 and under free. Reserve at 410.901.1000.
Public cruises on the skipjack Nathan of Dorchester run May through October. One- or two-hour cruises are offered most weekends. Leave from Long Wharf. Check the schedule and reserve your spot at skipjack-nathan.org.
Take a free, self-guided tour of the Choptank River Lighthouse. Open daily, 9am-6pm in season (May through October) and by appointment (November through April; call 410-463-2653). Located at Long Wharf Park, near High and Water Streets in Cambridge. Find out more at choptankriverlighthouse.org.
Ghost Walks Along Historic High Street
Learn the spooky and fascinating stories of lives lived and lost along Cambridge's historic High Street, said to be the most haunted street on the Eastern Shore, during a Ghost Walk. Sites include Christ Church graveyard, Richardson Maritime Museum, Dorchester County Courthouse, Long Wharf, and more. Part of the Chesapeake Ghost Walks organized by Mindie Burgoyne, the author of Haunted Eastern Shore. $15 per adult; $9 for kids 8-12 years old. Must register in advance; these walks often sell out. Details and schedule at chesapeakeghostwalks.com/cambridge.
High Spot welcomes you back to High Street, this time to taste Belgian-inspired beer from regional breweries, as well as some delicious food from local restaurants.
The world's first bushel basket Christmas tree debuted last year in downtown Cambridge on the corner of Gay and Race Streets, and we are proud it has become an instant tradition. We're bringing it back, bigger and better than ever, so don't miss the tree lighting, which will kick off the annual Christmas parade through town.
The Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy and Cambridge Main Street proudly present the Cambridge Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival at Dorchester Center for the Arts on Nov. 13 from 7-9 p.m. Enjoy dinner out on the town and join us for dessert as well as a cash bar featuring beer from RAR Brewing and select wines. The renowned photographer/writer tandem of David Harp and Tom Horton will be the featured Masters of Ceremony. Tickets are only $25, and there is a limited quantity, so get yours online now (HERE), or buy them in person at the Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, Cambridge Visitors' Center or Katie Mae's Country Shoppe.