Things To Do Around Town

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Every Saturday: Farmers’ Market
8 a.m.-noon, White Horse Park, Ocean Pines.

Every Sunday: Morning Worship
8:30 a.m., contemporary; 10 a.m., traditional, Atlantic United Methodist Church, 105 4th St., O.C. For more information, 410-289-7430.

Every Sunday: Morning Worship
8 a.m. & 11 a.m., Traditional Wor-ship; 9:30 a.m., Contemporary Wor-ship; St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, E.L.C.A, 10301 Coastal Hwy., O.C. For more info, 410-524-7474.

Every Monday: Delmarva Chorus,
Sweet Adelines Meet
7-9 p.m., Ocean Pines Community Center. Women are invited to learn the craft of a capella singing under the directions of Carol Ludwig. For more information, 410-208-3018.

Open Monday-Saturday:
Atlantic United Methodist Church
Thrift Shop
10 a.m.-2 p.m., AUMC, 105, 4th Street, O.C. $5 Bag sale, Friday, Sept. 13 & Saturday, Sept. 14. Grand re-opening with winter merchandise, Tuesday, Sept. 17. For more information, 410-289-4458.

Every Tuesday -Sept. 25:
OP Plant Clinic
1-4 p.m., Ocean Pines Library lob-by. Bring bagged samples by and let Master Gardeners find solutions to your plant and bug problems.

Open Wednesday-Saturday:
‘Used To Be Mine’ Thrift Shop
Supporting Diakonia
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Located at the intersection of Rte. 611 and Sunset Ave.
Summer clearance on now. All the clothes and shoes you can fit in a grocery bag for $3. For more info, 410-213-0243.

Every Wednesday: TOPS Meeting
3:30-4:30 p.m., Ocean City Library. Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a support group promoting weight loss and healthy lifestyles. For more information, 302-436-3682.

Open Wednesday-Saturday:
Shepherd’s Nook Thrift Shop
9 a.m.-1 p.m., Community Church at Ocean Pines, Rte. 589 & Racetrack Rd., Berlin. Accepting donations of gently worn clothes and small household items.

Sept. 6: KC Bingo
5 p.m., doors open; 6:30 p.m., games begin; rear of St. Luke’s Church, 9901 Coastal Hwy., O.C. Refreshments on sale. For more info, 410-524-7994.

Sept. 6: OP Youth Theater
Open Auditions For “Annie”
5:30 p.m., OP Community Center, Assateague Room. Ages 6-18 are encouraged to particpate in this production and should be present at the audition, along with a parent or guardian. Those interested in speaking roles must be prepared to read aloud and those interested in a singing role must be prepared with music and a song. For more info, opyouththeater@yahoo.com.

Sept. 7: Church Rummage Sale
7 a.m.-1 p.m., Ocean City Presby-terian Church, 1301 Philadelphia Ave., O.C.

Sept. 7: Outdoor Flea Market
8 a.m.-1 p.m., Bethany United Methodist Church, Rte. 611 & Snug Harbor Rd., near Frontiertown. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Great soups and baked goods. For more information or to rent a table, 410-629-0926.

Sept. 7: 1st Annual
Decatur Way 5K
9 a.m., Stephen Decatur High School. Sponsored by the Stephen Decatur Athletic Boosters to benefit the student athletes. Race is open to everyone. Moisture-wicking shirts, prizes and post race refreshments to all runners. Cost: $25, by Sept. 3; after $30. Registration forms online at octrirunning.com.

Sept. 7: 2nd Annual Labor Day
Strongman Competition
10 a.m., Gold’s Gym, behind Gold Coast Mall. Cash, shirts for all winners. For more info, 410-723-4653.

Sept. 8: Traditional Hawaiian
Style Paddle Out For Steve Falck
9:30 a.m., Assateague Island Na-tional Park. Bring your boards and join the paddle out in the water or watch from the beach. Meeting at the North Beach parking area and paddling out from Shipwrecks. Park-ing at the park is $15 per vehicle. Carpoolers can meet at the visitors center on the West side of the bridge. To watch from the water, Stormy and Bev Harrington have generously volunteered a ride on their boat out of the West OC Commercial Harbor at 7:30 a.m. The boat can only accommodate 30 people so get there early.

Sept. 8: Free Plays At Sunset Park
1 p.m. & 7 p.m., Sunset Park, S. Division St. & the bay. Sponsored by the OCDC. The Brown Box Theatre performs Shakespeare’s “A Midsum-mer Night’s Dream.” Guests are asked to bring their own seating. For more information, 410-289-7739.

Sept. 9: Adult Shakespearean
Workshop
1 p.m., Ocean Pines Library. Cast members from the Brown Box Theater will teach this class.

Sept. 9: Friends of OP Library
Meeting
9:30 p.m., refreshments, with the meeting beginning at 10 a.m.; Ocean Pines Library. The program will be “Monkey Business” and will feature Dr. Benjamin Beck who will speak on his experiences trying to save the endangered gold lion tamarin monkey of Brazil. He is also the author of “Thirteen Gold Monkeys.” For more information, 410-208-4014.

Sept. 9: Longaberger,
Vera Bradley & Cash Bingo
Doors open 6 p.m.; bingo begins at 7 p.m.; Church of the Holy Spirit, 100th St. & Coastal Hwy., O.C. In addition to bingo games, raffles will be held. Cost: $20, in advance; $25, at the door. Refreshments will be available. Seating is limited. For more information or for tickets, 302-436-7866 or 410-723-1973.
Sept. 10: KC Hard Crab
& Crab Fluff Dinner
5-7 p.m., Knights of Columbus Council Hall, 9901 Coastal Hwy., O.C. Choice of fried hard crab, crab cake fluff (2) or crab cakes with corn on the cob, salad and rolls. Cost: $20, per person. Cash bar available. For reservations, call by 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6., 410-524-7994.

Sept. 11: Bingo
5:30, doors open; 6:30, early bird games; 7 p.m., regular games; Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645, 138th St., across from the Fenwick Inn. $1,000 jackpot available, food, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. No one under 18 allowed in bingo hall during bingo.

Sept. 11: Delmarva Hand Dancing
5:30-9 p.m., Peaky’s (formerly Jor-dan’s Rooftop), at the Fenwick Inn, 138th St., O.C. Jitterbug, swing, cha-cha to the sounds of the 50’s & 60’s. Beginner and intermediate dance lessons 5:30-6:30 p.m. Followed by dancing until 9 p.m. For more information, 302-200-3262.

Sept. 11: OC Boardwalk Labyrinth
7-9 p.m., St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, inside Dewees Hall, just of the boardwalk on the northside of 3rd St. Parking available beside the hall. Come walk the 12th century replica labyrinth with candlelight and sacred music. For more information, 410-289-3453 or 443-880-7608.

Sept. 12: OC AARP 1917 Meeting
9:30 a.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 99th St., O.C. Featured speakers and animal friends are from the Salisbury Zoo. Numerous travel opportunities for 2013 will be presented. All persons age 50 and over are welcome. For more information, 410-352-5748 or visit aarp1917.org.

Sept. 12: OP Garden Club Meeting
10 a.m., Ocean Pines Community Center. Guest speaker will be Travis Wright, Executive Chef/Owner of The Shark on the Harbor. He will discuss cooking with fresh herbs. All are welcome.

Sept. 12: OC/Berlin Democratic
Club Guided Tour Of Rackliffe
Plantation House
10:30 a.m. Join the Democratic Club of Ocean City/Berlin on a visit to the 273 year old Rackliffe House, recently brought back to life by a group of concerned citizens. At the time Charles Rackliffe built his brick plantation house behind Assateague Island in 1740, George Washington was only 8 years old. Cost: $15, members; $25, non-members. Lunch to follow (dutch treat) at the Assateague Island Oasis. To re-serve your spot by Monday, Sept. 9, call 410-600-0552.

Sept. 12: Legion Bingo
Doors open 5:30 p.m., games begin 7 p.m.; American Legion Post 166, 24th St. & Philadelphia Ave., O.C. Food and drink available. For more information, 410-289-3166.

Sept. 13: Two Man Art Show
5-8 p.m., Worcester Co. Arts Council Gallery, 6 Jefferson St., Berlin. A collaboration of photography and painting by Ron Michaels and Jim Adcock. Complimentary wine, finger food and entertainment. For more information, 410-726-2440 or 484-467-2465.

Sept. 13: KC Bingo
5 p.m., doors open; 6:30 p.m., games begin; rear of St. Luke’s Church, 9901 Coastal Hwy., O.C. Refreshments on sale. For more info, 410-524-7994.

Sept. 14: AYCE Pancake
Breakfast
8-10:30 p.m., St. Martin’s in the Field, West Church St., Selbyville, Del. All-you-can-eat pancakes, sau-sage, scrapple, scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee. Cost: $5. Book sale also.

Sept. 14: WCCW Fall Flea Market
8 a.m.-noon, Ocean Pines Com-munity Center. Sponsored by the Worcester Co. Commission for Women to help finance projects and activities that promote the mission of WCCW, such as the McGuffey Bookworm Project, Suddenly Single and Worcester G.O.L.D. To donate items or for more information, 410-726-1795.

Sept. 14: 8th Annual Cruizers
For Christ Car, Bike Show
& Harvest Festival
9 a.m.-2 p.m., Whaleyville UMC, 11716 Sheppards Crossing Rd., Whaleyville. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and is $10 for cars, bikes and tractors. Dash plaques to the first 50 entries. Trophies to the Top 20 overall, best in show bike and best in show car. Silent auction, bakes goods, gospel music, scrapple sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs and vendors. For more information, 410-641-0059 or 410-641-3411.

Sept. 14: 1st Annual Bishopville
Christian Music Festival
1-7 p.m., Wilson United Methodist Church, 10722 Bishopville Rd., Bishopville. Music featuring: The Island Boys, Jerry Jones, Barefoot & Free and The Bishopville Praise Team. Fun for the whole family with games, moon bounce, face painting and more. No charge for the event. Food, desserts and drinks will be available for purchase. Johnson Family Restaurant will sell meals. For more info, 410-352-3626.

Sept. 14: Church Festival
& Gospel Music
3:30-7:30 p.m., Powellville United Methodist Church, Mt. Hermon Rd., Powellville. Antique cars and trucks, local gospel group, The Dove, in concert at 6 p.m. Oyster fritters, chicken salad sandwiches, fried chicken, homemade ice cream, desserts, silent auction table, and church cookbooks on sale. For more information, 410-835-3388.

Sept. 14: OP Boat Club
Clam & Chowder Picnic
Noon-5 p.m., White Horse Park Pavilion. For reservations, 410-641-5444.

Sept. 17: WCCW Meeting
5-6:30 p.m., Ocean Pines Library, 11107 Cathell Rd., Ocean Pines. The purpose of the Worcester County Commission for Women is to promote social, education and economic equality for women in Wor-cester Co. Open to the public and women of all ages are invited. Volunteers are sought for short-term assignments such as grant writing and event planning. For more information, 410-632-5040.

Sept. 18: Bingo
5:30, doors open; 6:30, early bird games; 7 p.m., regular games; Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645, 138th St., across from the Fenwick Inn. $1,000 jackpot available, food, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. No one under 18 allowed in bingo hall during bingo.

Sept. 18: Delmarva Hand Dancing
5:30-9 p.m., Peaky’s (formerly Jordan’s Rooftop), at the Fenwick Inn, 138th St., O.C. Jitterbug, swing, cha-cha to the sounds of the 50’s & 60’s. Beginner and intermediate dance lessons 5:30-6:30 p.m. Followed by dancing until 9 p.m. For more information, 302-200-3262.

Sept. 18: Suicide Grievers’
Support Group
6 p.m., Worcester Co. Health De-partment, 9730 Healthway Dr., Ber-lin (adjacent to AGH). Open to anyone who has lost a friend or loved one to suicide. Free of charge. Quiet listening, caring people, no judgement. For more information, 410-629-0164 or visit: www.jessespaddle.org.

Sept. 18: OC Boardwalk Labyrinth
7-9 p.m., St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, inside Dewees Hall, just of the boardwalk on the northside of 3rd St. Parking available beside the hall. Come walk the 12th century replica labyrinth with candlelight and sacred music. For more information, 410-289-3453 or 443-880-7608.

Sept. 19: 5th Annual Patriot Day Fashion Show Luncheon
Doors open 10:30 a.m., program begins at 11:30 a.m.; Clarion Resort Fontainebleu Hotel, O.C. Sponsored by the Republican Women of Wor-cester Co. honoring the heroes of Worcester Co. currently serving in the United States Armed Forces. Fashions by Crazy Ladyz. Mail checks payable RWWC to Sandy Fennell, 6 Whaler Lane, Ocean Pines Md., 21811. For more information and reservations, 410-202-8688 or email: sandyfen57@ya-hoo.com.

Sept. 19: Legion Bingo
Doors open 5:30 p.m., games begin 7 p.m.; American Legion Post 166, 24th St. & Philadelphia Ave., O.C. Food and drink available. For more information, 410-289-3166.

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