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Inside the Event: Music on the Miles

Aug 19, 2015 10:13AM ● By Becca Newell
Enjoy an evening of Eastern Shore cuisine, unlimited wine and beer, live classic rock and blues, and more during Saint Martin's Ministries' Music on the Miles. 

Read on for details...

The Basics

Date: Saturday, August 29th

Time: 4 to 8 p.m.

Location: Miles River Yacht Club, located at 24750 Yacht Club Road in St. Michaels


The Details

What can guests expect? Guests will enjoy plenty of food, drinks, and music along the shores of the scenic Miles River. Maryland State Delegate Johnny Mautz will be the evening's emcee, presenting classic rock and blues by local favorites: Three Penny Opera and Blues DeVille and friends. There'll also be the opportunity for guests to further support Saint Martin's Ministries with an exciting live auction and a mystery wine grab!

Food and drinks? Indulge in an Eastern Shore Picnic Buffet, along with unlimited beer, wine, and soda all evening long. And if you're craving a cocktail or two, there'll be a cash bar available.

What about parking? No need to worry about searching for a spot or having cash on hand for valet, since there's a parking lot on site.

Are tickets still available? It's not too late to get your ticket, but don't wait too much longer since they must be purchased by Wednesday, August 26th. Tickets are $90 and are available through Saint Martin's Ministries. Contact Deborah at 410-634-2537, extension 102, or click here and then hit the donate button (put the number of tickets in the purpose field of the donation form).

The dress code? Casual attire is key at this event. And, since it's an evening by the water, we suggest taking along a nice cardigan or jacket in case the wind picks up later on.

Where do the proceeds go? All proceeds support Saint Martin's Ministries in Ridgely and its efforts to help local families who struggle to make ends meet. Food, clothing and basic household goods are available to low income families at Saint Martin's Barn and Saint Martin's House, a two year residential program, helps women and their children throughout the Mid-Shore transition from homelessness to stability. Founded 23 years ago, the program has successfully emphasized basic life skills and sustainable employment.