Besides the fact that is DownRigging Weekend for the Sultana, as I’ve mentioned before, there are a ton of tall ships coming and all kinds of festivities going on… not one to miss an opportunity… we are having a few open houses that day from 1 ~ 4… Take a break from the festivities and tour these beautiful homes.. they are all wonderful & unique!
And the answer is… LOTS of stuff coming up! It’s Fall Ya’ll! We have the first annual Family Fest at Galena Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday, October 18, from 1 to 7. Rain or Shine! Good fun & great food! Quail Run Nursery has their corn maze & fall festival. www.QuailRunNursery.com for more information!
Heron Point is having their Resident Community Yard Sale on Saturday October 18 from 8:00 to noon… don’t even TRY to be an early bird… it’s a well controlled event with fabulous things for sale!
Ooooohhhhhh… the GHOST WALKS start October 24, 25, 31st! Guided walks thru the streets of Chestertown by candelight with disturbing but true ghost stories! Tickets are 12 for adults and 7 for kis 12 & under. email email@example.com or call 410 778 3499 to make a reservation…. BOO!
Inherit the Wind opens Friday October 17 – 19 at the Garfield Theatre (We are SO lucky to have this venue!)
So much to do here in Chestertown.. If you are in the area… we are right downtown.. near the water on High Street (across from the Imperial Hotel) Stop in, and we will be happy to talk about what Chestertown is all about. No pressure… we won’t even make you buy a thing!
Today was the opening of Duck Season for Kent County… poor babies! I woke up to the sounds of guns at the crack of dawn. Gotta love living on the Eastern Shore. From October 11 through the 18th, it’s open season on ducks, coots (what the heck?) and mergansers!
Seriously though, we are set up for hunters here in Kent County. Between the two hotels, and the many B&B’s in the area, including Crow Farm, which also has a winery, there are plenty of accommodations. Of course, the economy loves this time of the year. We welcome the hunters with open arms (but I still say… poor ducks!)
Check out www.kentcounty.com for more information on places to stay. Call us for recommendations on places to eat, if you are new to Kent County. You’ll be coming back, I’m sure! Want a place of your own to hunt? We have some hunting properties ready for you.
But don’t shoot this guy! 🙂
Being A Realtor means wearing lots of hats.. advisor, sympathizer, fixer, go to person, but it all comes down to one thing… Doing the right thing, being fair, helping people realize their goal of being a home owner. Every day comes with difference challenges and experiences, mostly all good. When you can smooth out the edges and it all comes together.. that’s key!
Selling Real Estate in Chestertown is unique. You have a wonderful mix of historic homes, newer homes, mid century modern to chose from. We have the Chester River, the Chesapeake Bay is nearby. Lots of water activity for the avid water lover! Crewing, rowing, skiing, sailing, fishing, crabbing, wake boarding, paddle boarding, it’s all here! We have the River Packet for brunch & sunset cruises.
Got questions? We have a team here in place in terms of title companies, lenders, home inspectors, wood destroying insect inspections. Lots of resources to help us do a great job.. we need them and use them. Give us a call anytime! 410 810 0010
Chestertown is about an easy way of living…. it’s about Farmer’s Markets, Festivals, such as Tea Party Memorial Day Weekend, and Downrigging Weekend that’s coming up the 1st weekend in November. That’s an especially beautiful time in Chestertown, fall is here, and the tall ships are visiting and downrigging of the sails begin. The visual of the ships, lit up against the water and the sky, is something you won’t forget
Visit Chestertown often! There are many activities and festivals to enjoy. Check out www.kentcounty.com or www.chestertown.com.
We are lucky to live and work in a town where values remain steady. Thanks for visiting our blog… and we will see you often, I hope!