Spring is in the Air!… Actually, we shouldn’t even bother to comment on the weather because frankly, who knows what to expect anymore. One thing we DO know is the roster is Chock-a-block full of both Arts and Entertainment in Elkton on First Friday March 6th!
Art Space on Main –
138 W. Main St.
Join Owner Lori Willing as she Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Art Space on Main! An evening of Celebration is in store featuring a Members Show. Enjoy refreshments, browse the gallery of beautiful works of pottery and fused glass created by the member artists. For more information contact: (410) 620-2464
Brookbend Interiors –
116 E. Main St.
Swing by Brookbend Interiors for Downtown Elkton MD March First Friday’s Art Stroll. We’ll be demonstrating how to incorporate a little “GREEN” in your life. Chose from our premixed options like the decadent FRENCH QUARTER GREEN, to the soft muted EUCALYPTUS. We’ll teach you how to mix that perfect combination of hues for your special green!
Speaking of GREEN, one of our local Girl Scout Troops will be selling their delicious cookies from 5pm-7pm on the sidewalk in front of Elkton’s Main Street Urban Garden. Please support them.
We look forward to seeing everyone during our March First Friday’s Events with all our local merchants.
The Cecil County Arts Council –
135 E. Main St.
March at the arts council brings local alcohol ink artists, Jennifer Lex Wojnar, Catherine Houghton and Julie Cargill together for a group exhibition. Their exhibition, “Imagininks” will display the artists works with alcohol ink on various mediums. In conjunction with the featured show, the open show, “Edibles” will hang in the back gallery. Light refreshments will be available for you to enjoy and music for the evening will be provided by Ricky Holbrook. This is a free and family friendly event. As always, the arts council is accessible to all.
Please visit our website for more information – www.cecilcountyartscouncil.org. call the office at 410-392-5740 or email email@example.com.
Historical Society of Cecil County –
135 E. Main St.
Discover a bit of local history, learn about our historical projects, try our delectable refreshments and enjoy some lively conversation. While you’re hear discover our work to preserve the ‘Duke’s Cabin’ and purchase your tickets for our upcoming fun-filled fundraiser, ‘Dancing through the Decades’ on April 17th at the Elkton VFW – Tickets are only $25 per person for an evening filled with costume contests (dress in your favorite decade), a nifty-cool-boss-rad playlist of music through the decades by, DJ Frank and some tasty refreshments… Door prizes will be awarded to the first 50 guests to arrive in costume.
Cecil College Art & Design at Elkton Station –
107 Railroad Ave.
‘Spotlight on Cecil’s Arts Faculty Exhibition’
Just head up North Street and hang a left at the light to view Cecil College Elkton Station beautiful gallery space. Don’t miss this presentation of faculty artwork that is sure to inspire.
5:00pm – 8:00pm
This Event is Free
Proud Participant of the First Friday Elkton Arts Loop.
Website: cecil.edu/galleries, arts.cecil.edu
Phone Number: 443-907-1373
Cecil College Lifelong Learning Program –
107 Railroad Ave.
‘Parents Night Out – Around the World’
If you haven’t checked out our Parents’ Night Out, come see what everyone is raving about! On many Friday nights throughout 2020, you can enjoy 4.5 hours on the town knowing your kids are safe in the hands of professionals and our own public safety department! In addition, they get a pizza dinner!
All activities are safe and meaningful, the kids get to choose (Legos, art projects, board games, etc), and fun is the primary goal. The night ends with either an art activity or a relaxing movie.
You get all of this for just $10 per child!! Fee is fully refundable before the time of the event. Best for ages 4-12.
REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!
Cecil College Elkton Station
107 Railroad Ave
Elkton, MD 21921
5pm-9:30pm (Drop off or pick up at any time between)
Cecil College Performing Arts –
107 Railroad Ave.
‘Music, Theatre & Nature’
A very special celebration of how nature has influenced the performing arts. Featuring faculty from Cecil College and the Oxford Arts Alliance.
Fri, March 6 – 7:00pm
Elkton Station Performing Arts Hall
Purchase tickets in advance with a credit card at arts.cecil.edu or by calling 410-287-1037
Tickets may also be bought at the door by cash or check if the event is not sold out
C3ntral Tavern –
107 E. Main St.
C3ntral serves up a generous dish of signature mac & cheese. Chase it down with a cold brew and be a part of what’s happening downtown at C3entral Tavern where you’re sure to meet or make a new friend. Open ’til Midnight
Elk River Brewing Company –
112 E. Main St.
Tap into all the delicious flavors Elk River has to offer.
Millstone Jewelers –
130 E. Main St.
Millstone has a brand new hand-made piece of jewelry they’ll be debuting for First Friday and will be offering 10% off any other pieces of hand-made work.
Minihane’s Irish Pub –
101 W. Main St.
Come join us for Dinner specials, a smooth pint of dark Guinness or one of the many choices on tap at the bar. Enjoy your evening by our cozy fire. Meet up with Good Friends and make an evening of it, taking part in some good ol’ Irish Hospitality.
Open ’til Midnight
The Palette & The Page –
120 E. Main St.
The First Friday Event “Bending Color” on March 6, 2020 at The Palette & The Page gallery, will feature artwork from two Artists. Debbie Arnold is an artist who quills paper and Patsy Keller is an artist who fuses glass.
The FREE reception is from 5pm-8pm and will have live music by John Palombo during the Opening and two of our local authors, Walt Deecki and Frank Hopkins will be signing their books. The show will be in the gallery from Monday, March 2nd through Friday, March 27th.
Stop by for Live Demos –
Suz Quilt Studio –
114 E. Main St.
Stop in and say Hi to Sue, browse her quaint shop and admire the works on display.
Tidewater Tattoo –
106 W. Main St.
Stop in and say Hi to Rob and the rest of the crew and check out the amazing talents these artists possess!