Category Archives: Greensboro

Exciting Summer Reading programs coming up at the Caroline County Public Library

Caroline County Public Library
June 9, 2015

Don’t miss all the free fun at your Caroline County Public Library this summer!

Magic comes to the library on June 25, as Mike Rose brings his comedy magic presentation to two of our branches! See him at our North County Greensboro Branch at 11:00am. Can’t get enough magic? Follow him to our Federalsburg Branch at 2:00pm for an encore show!

Then on June 29, 11:00am, at our Central Library in Denton, the Single Carrot Theatre presents Rumpled, a fractured fairy tale of Rumplestiltskin. Join the fun and become part of the show; they encourage audience participation!

For more information about all of our Summer Reading programming, please call 410-479-1343 or visit All programs are FREE; no registration required.

Friday Nites in Caroline presents New Moon Theater’s “The Old Man and the Bay”

Friday Nites in Caroline
February 7, 2015

Friday Nites in Caroline proudly presents “The Old Man and the Bay”, a New Moon Theater production, on Friday, February 27, 7:00pm at the Caroline County Public Library’s North County Branch in Greensboro. This free performance is a great way to introduce children to live theater!

Explore the history of the Chesapeake Bay with explorers, pirates, settlers and watermen, told in tale and song. Singer and actor Tom Zielinski spins the tales, sings the sea chantey sing-a-longs, and keeps audiences actively engaged in history.

Stories include tales of 17th century settlers, the dangers of shipwrecks, and how real pirates and privateers started their adventures in the Chesapeake Bay.

Singing songs such as “Blow the Man Down”, “The Coast of High Barbary”, “Yankee Doodle Dandy”, “Roll Alabama Roll” and “The Star Spangled Banner”, children learn how important music is to seafaring life and American history.

For more information, contact the Library at 410-479-1343 or
Friday Nites in Caroline is presented by the Caroline County Council of Arts and the Caroline County Public Library; is sponsored by Caroline County Recreation and Parks, Tri Gas & Oil, Best Western Denton Inn, Eastern Shore Regional Library, Maryland State Arts Council and is FREE for all attendees.

Sleepover Storytime at the Caroline County Public Library!

Caroline County Public Library
December 2014

Little ones from birth to second grade are invited to a special storytime program with bedtime stories, a craft, and a snack.

Bring your special stuffed friend to tuck in at the library for a library sleepover.

Then pick your friend up the next day, along with pictures of all the fun it had overnight at the library!

Sleepover Storytime will be held at all three locations from 4:30-5:30pm on these dates: Federalsburg Branch: December 29; North County Branch, Greensboro: December 30; Central Library, Denton: January 2, 2015

For more information, call 410-479-1343, Ext. 1 or

Christmas Parades Abound This Weekend in Caroline

Every day beginning on Thursday continuing through Monday one can attend a Christmas Parade in Caroline County.

Denton Holiday Parade and Lighting of the Green 2014 will be on Thursday December 4, 2014 at 6p.m. in downtown Denton. Following the Parade and Lighting the Town of Denton will be holding an Open House at their new offices.

On Friday Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in Greensboro at 6 p.m. Friday, December 5, 2014 for the town’s annual Christmas parade and Lighting of the City. The parade route will go down Sunset Avenue and end at the Old Carnival Grounds

Additionally it’s the Caroline County Public Library Greensboro’s 15th annual Toy Train & Model Railroad Exhibit on Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th, from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm.

The Ridgely Lions Club will host its annual parade at 6:45 p.m. Saturday, December 6th. The parade will go down Central Avenue, concluding at the Town Hall.

On Sunday December 7, 2014 at 2pm the Marydel Volunteer Fire Company will be hosting it’s annual Christmas Parade. After the parade activities will be held at the hall.

Federalsburg will host its annual Christmas parade at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 8. The parade will go down Main Street and feature Santa Claus who will visit with residents at the Federalsburg Historical Society.

Greensboro Author Publishes New Work on Creative Writing

Greensboro, MD
November 29, 2014

Local author Judith Reveal of Greensboro, MD, is a published author, book indexer, and book reviewer. Her newest work, The Four Elements of Fiction: A Writer’s Guide to Character, Setting, Situation, and Theme appeared on Amazon on November 1, 2014, as both a trade paperback and an eBook. This book is designed to provide writers with a basic understanding of how to write a fiction story that will engage the reader and keep him or her turning the page.

Photo: Judy Reveal - Photo: Steven G. Atkinson

Judy Reveal – Photo: Steven G. Atkinson

Ms. Reveal has been a freelance editor for ten years, providing copyediting services for authors of fiction, nonfiction, and essays. Many of her clients have gone on to publish their works both traditionally and through self-publishing.

“I have found that many of the beginning writers have good stories that hold water, but don’t have the background in writing fiction to understand the elements and techniques that will keep the reader interested.”

Upon completion and in order to ensure that her book would prove enlightening and provide some direction for these writers, Ms. Reveal solicited help from authors and editors and teachers at many levels and in many genres, to read her work and provide feedback. “It’s because of these talented readers that the book is a better product,” she said.

The Brownstone, her recent historical fiction placed as a quarter-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest of 2013. She also writes the Lindsey Gale Mystery Series set on the Delmarva Peninsula. She is currently completing the fourth in the mystery series. Her nonfiction pictorial book, Around Greensboro is published by Arcadia Publishing and is about her hometown of Greensboro, Maryland. She has won awards for two of her short stories, and many of her stories have been published in local, regional, and national magazines.

As a book indexer, Ms. Reveal has written indexes for over 50 books. As a member of the American Society for Indexing, she served the organization for five years as the editor of its quarterly journal, Keywords. She has also written book reviews for the “New York Journal of Books” and her reviews can be found on the website:

Ms Reveal is a member in good standing and past president of Eastern Shore Writers Association as well as past president of the Maryland Writers Association. She has taught a Creative Writing course at Chesapeake College and several arts organizations throughout the Delmarva Peninsula. She has presented workshops at Bay To Ocean (BTO) Writers Conference, Harford County Writers Conference, and at numerous libraries and local and regional arts organizations. She has been a member of the BTO committee for 17 years and is currently the co-coordinator of future BTO conferences.

Greensboro’s 15th annual Toy Train & Model Railroad Exhibit

Caroline County Library
Greensboro, MD

Free Toy Train & Model Railroad Exhibit at the Library

The magic of trains returns this holiday season during Caroline County Public Library Greensboro’s 15th annual Toy Train & Model Railroad Exhibit on Saturday, December 6th and Sunday, December 7th, from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm.

For two days each year, the library transforms itself into a magical land of toy and model trains. All train exhibitors are local hobbyists who devote their time and effort to make this event so successful.

The Friends of the Caroline County Public Library will sponsor a train set raffle. Refreshments will be provided by Friends of Caroline County Public Library as well. Fun for all ages – Free admission! For more information, contact the library at 410.482.2173 or

Mike Hines and The Look at AutumnFest 2014 in Greensboro

Mike Hines and The Look

13781 Greensboro Rd., Greensboro, MD 7PM TO 10PM

FAMILY CONCERT FOR ALL AGES $5 admission, a cash bar and food for purchase. Tickets available at the door or 410-829-6263

October in Caroline

Caroline Tourism
October 2013

BSO at Chesapeake College: Best of Broadway
Friday, October 4th
Todd Performing Arts Center, Chesapeake College
The Mid-Shore Symphony Society celebrates its 43rd year with an exciting concert series with the internationally acclaimed Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. This pops concert features the “Best of Broadway,” including music by Gershwin, Cole Porter, Rogers and Hammerstein, Irving Berlin, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Leonard Bernstein and more. Contact: 410.827.5867

Haunted Ghost Walk of Downtown Denton
Friday, October 4th 2013
Tour departs at 7:00 pm from 2nd & Market Streets, Denton
Mindie Burgoyne, author of Haunted Eastern Shore, will be leading a ghost walk through Denton. The hour-long walking tour will include Caroline Jail and the ghost of Wish Sheppard, the old St. Luke’s Cemetery, Emerson House, Dr. Knotts House, St. Elizabeth’ graveyard and the Courthouse Green, where Mindie will share stories about the old Indian tribes, the lynching of Marshall Price and the ghost of Annie Belle Carter. Advanced registration is required. Cost is $15 for adults and $9 for kids age 8 – 12 years old. Register online at

Greensboro Autumn Fest
Saturday, October 5th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Greensboro Carnival Grounds, Sunset Avenue
Some of the days activities will include a Halloween Costume Contest, Pumpkin Chunkin’ Contest, Pie Eating Contest, musical entertainment by Ashley Mitchell Duo, face-painting, tattoo parlor, pumpkin decorating, petting zoo, duck pond, food and craft vendors and more! Contact: 410.482.6222

Friday Nites in Caroline: Kim and Reggie
Friday, October 11th 7:00 pm
Caroline County Central Library, 100 Market St, Denton
Come out and enjoy an evening of music by Kim & Reggie, dynamic traditional folk performers with a gospel legacy. Contact: 410.470.1009 or FREE!

2nd Saturdays at the Artsway: Pumpkin Painting
Saturday, October 12th 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
401 Market Street, Denton
Head to the Foundry for an afternoon of pumpkin painting! Contact: 410.479.1009 or FREE!

Friday Nites in Caroline: Stubby Knuckes
Friday, October 18th 7:00 pm
Federalsburg Library, Federalsburg
Come out and enjoy a FREE evening of music by bluesman piano player and singer Stubby Knuckles. Contact: 410.470.1009 or FREE!

Haunted Walk at Tuckahoe Equestrian Center

Friday, October 18th 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday, October 19th 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center, 619 Crouse Mill Road
Be prepared for a scary night filled with witches, goblins andterrifying screams! This walk is not for the faint of heart. Come dressed in costume 30 minutes early to compete in the costume contest! $10 adults/$5 children/FREE for ages 4 and under. Contact: 410.924.2623

Martinak State Park’s Annual Fall Fest
Saturday, October 19th, Noon to 4:00 pm
Martinak State Park, 137 Deep Shore Road, Denton
Celebrate the joys of Autumn at this family friendly event. Activities include an apple butter boil. Corn shelling, Scales & Tales display, pumpkin decorating, bicycle rodeo, games, Scarecrow Wizardry, local crafters & artisans and more! Contact: 410.820.1668

Ridgely Pharmacy’s 3rd Annual Car Fest
Sunday, October 20th 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Head to Ridgely for the most action packed car show on the Shore! This year’s event will also feature autographs by “the King” Richard Petty, a Band Battle, fire truck rides, an Iron Man Competition, a pumpkin carving contest, a rock climbing wall, a 50/50 raffle, face painting and more! The show accepts all years, makes & models of cars, trucks and motorcycles in dozens of classes. There will be over 90 trophies, and one lucky registered entry will win $500 in our raffle! Proceeds from the show benefits The Petty Family Foundation, The Victory Junction Gang, Folds of Honor Foundation & Wounded Warrior Project. Contact: 410.924.7710

Federalsburg Historical Society’s Doll House Show
Friday, October 25th 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday, October 26th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday, October 27th 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Federalsburg Museum, 100 Covey & Williams Alley
This three-day event will feature 28 doll houses at the Federalsburg Area Heritage Museum. Included will be a replica of Exeter and a lighthouse among the completely furnished doll houses! Admission is $3. Children under 12 are free. Contact: 410.754.5255

Haunted Tales Candle-Lit Walk
Friday, October 25th and Saturday, October 26th
Tours depart from Museum of Rural Life, 16 N 2nd Street
6:30 pm and 8:00 pm
Get your spook on at this candle-lit walk through Denton. Hear scary stories culled from the town’s history, concluding with a hot beverage and sweet treat. Reservations and flashlights are recommended. Contact: 410.479.0655

Friday Nites in Caroline: Lee Murdoch
Friday, October 25th 7:00 pm
Greensboro Library, Greensboro
Come out and enjoy an evening of music by Lee Murdoch, who brings to life the War of 1812 with ballads of commerce and revelry in the grand folk style.
Contact: 410.470.1009 or FREE!

Family Fun Days on Tuckahoe’s Challenge Course
Saturday, October 26th 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Bring your family out to Tuckahoe State Park for an afternoon of fun on the Challenge Course’s high elements: 40′ rock wall, a 50′ giant swing, a 25′ pamper pole and zip line.Pre-registration required. Admission for adults 16 and older: $15/person; Youth 7 – 15: $10/person. Contact: 410.820.1668

Habitat Halloween 5K and Historical Walk
Saturday, October 26th
Walk at 10:30 am, 5K Run at 11:00 am
Run or walk at this spooktacular event sponsored by Caroline County Habitat for Humanity. Participants can choose to run in the 5K or take a historical walking tour. Don’t forget to wear your costume! There will be prizes for top finishers for all categories. Register at Contact: 410.479.9200

A Literary Evening with Edgar Allan Poe

Saturday, October 26th 6:00 pm
Caroline Country Club, Pealiquor Road, Denton
This literary evening will celebrate the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe. Guests will also enjoy a 3-course buffet. $35 per person. Contact: 410.479.1009 or visit


Greensboro, MD
September 2013

BINGO benefiting “KICKING KIDS CANCER” Sunday Sept. 15th…. doors open at 12:30 we will play Quickie games 1-2 for the early birds…. BINGO starts at 2

Plenty of nice items for the silent auction…

Come support a good cause!!!!
There is a “KICKIN KIDS CANCER” Kickball tournament Sept. 21st 9 a.m. at Queen Annes 4 h park and Goldsboro Vfc have entered 4 teams!!!


Greater Greensboro Open

Flyer: Greater Greensboro Open

Flyer: Greater Greensboro Open

May 20, 2013 at the Caroline County Country Club – Benefits Greensboro Chapter of the C.C. Historical Society