Celebrate Your Rad Dad!
Jun 18, 2015 04:00PM ● Published by Melissa Lauren
You’re Invited!Becca Newell, Social & Style Editor gives you an inside look at What’s Up? Media‘s Best of Party 2015: Winners Tonight, Sailor’s Delight 6 – 9 p.m. next Thursday, June 25th! Sail the wave of winners at the Best of Party as we celebrate the Best of Annapolis, Eastern Shore, and West County. Tickets are limited so get them now. More information is here…
Happy Father’s Day from your friends at What’s Up? Media!Following are some Editor’s Top Picks for sports and outdoor adventure activities, good eats, and culture that Dad is sure to love!
Matthew Reese, Dad of three kids and owner of Blk Ankr Industries, a Screen Printing & Graphic Design company (Blkankr.com) is pictured on one of Scooter Revolution’s Vespas. Scooter Revolution is a new scooter rental company in Annapolis (Scooter-Revolution.com). Find out about their Father’s Day Special for Scooter Rentals below…
Sports and Outdoor Adventure Activities Perfect for Dad!Dcunited.com.
Find everything you need for the perfect day on the Bay, including boat slips, a tackle shop, a head boat and fishing and sailing charters. Book a six-hour, eight-hour or full party boat fishing trip and let the Bay’s most experienced captains show you where the fish are located. Your fishing charter can also include a delicious lunch option from Rod 'N' Reel restaurant.
Editor’s Top Picks for feasting during Father’s DayTreat your Dad to delicious eats from food tours to brunches, sports bars, and sensational seafood spots – you can’t go wrong when you take your Dad to one of the Editor’s Top Picks for feasting during Father’s Day festivities.
Get cultured with Dad! These events rock!
Outdoor Free Movie Screening on Sunday, June 21st featuring Brewmore Baltimore, a 2014 documentary chronicling the rich history of the brewing industry in Baltimore, MD, directed by Nicholas Kovacic II.
Shows at Rams Head On Stage in AnnapolisAny of the happenings listed above make a great gift for Dad! If your Dad likes Rock N’ Roll, treat him to some tickets at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis. Some upcoming shows he will like include: Sonny Landreth, Rusted Root, Leon Russell, Langhorne Slim & The Law, Devon Allman Band, Dick Dale, Graham Nash, The Young Dubliners, and The Subdudes. For tickets visit www.Ramsheadonstage.com.
The Weepies play Rams Head On Stage Monday, June 22nd at 8 p.m. What’s Up? talks with the band.National Public Radio has been proudly playing The Weepies’ Indie Pop Music for years now. Their song, “Nobody Knows Me at All” in particular got a lot of attention. What’s Up? Community Events Editor, Melissa Lauren talks to husband and wife musical duo, Deb and Steve Tannen (The Weepies) as they discuss music therapy and medical marijuana, Deb beating stage 3 cancer, homeschooling their kids, yoga, and string theory. For tickets visit www.Ramsheadonstage.com.
Read the full interview here.
Love Baltimore combines music and donations through local artists and Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake to help raise awareness and raise funds for a better Baltimore. All proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. The show features: Jimi Haha (Jimmie's Chicken Shack) with DuCru, DELTAnine, Silence No More, Greg Riordan (Once Hush and Foxhole Prayers), The Evokatones, Jordan August (Jordan August Band),Troll Tribe, and Special Guest Speakers. Profits from T-Shirts will go to Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake.
The 30th Annual Chesapeake Chamber Music (CCM) Festival in Easton continues now through Sunday, June 21st. Twenty-one artists perform at this year’s Chesapeake Chamber Music Festival, including 18 returning artists, along with some newcomers to the Eastern Shore Festival scene. The Festival offers concerts, Artist Showcases, and rehearsals open to the public at no charge. The events are held in various Eastern Shore locations. Venues include such returning favorites as The Avalon Theatre, the Academy Art Museum, historic St. Paul’s Church in Centreville, Trinity Cathedral in Easton, and St. Michaels Middle-High School Performing Arts Auditorium. Two new venues, the state-of-the-art performing space at the Oxford Community Center and the Talbot Country Club, will feature special offerings.
Join the fun at Charles Sumner Post #25, Grand Army of the Republic for its annual Juneteenth Festival on June 20th 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. The festival will feature a variety of music including: Gospel, Rock, Blues, Soul, and Folk culminating with a Jazz performance by the Vaughn Bratcher Project. The festival will also include Civil War and Buffalo Soldier Reenactors, Games for the Kids, Tours of the newly restored Lodge and Museum, and a Fish Fry with Crab Cakes and Soul food. Admission is Free. Swing, Be-Bop, Jazz, classical, and Big Band. These free programs are sponsored by the Town of Chestertown with support from The Kent County Arts Council & Community Contributors.
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