Showing posts with label eastern shore heritage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label eastern shore heritage. Show all posts

Monday, September 6, 2010

Skip Jack Races Today

Enjoy Delmarva today.........

How wonderful it is to be from the Eastern Shore!
Thanks, Cindi ! Have a great time!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Tonight ~~ Delmarva Discovery Center ~~

Free Lecture with Don Parks, Author of "Chesapeke Winds and Tides- Journeys Among Eastern Shore Island, Rivers and Communities"

Delmarva Discovery Center

Wednesday April 14, 2010

7:00 PM

"The Eastern Shore is full of culture and heritage. Come listen to author Dan Parks as he shares insight into the local culture from his personal historical investigation from his own family history. Mr. Parks has written a book titled “Chesapeake Winds and Tides: Journeys among Eastern Shore island, rivers and communities.”

A retired educator, Don Parks is a native Eastern Shoreman who has lived along the banks of the Chesapeake for most of his life. His father was a waterman and Parks spent a great deal of time during his formative years learning the many moods of the Chesapeake. Never without a boat of som e description, Parks enjoys roaming around the Bay and its tributaries in his current boat, Yankee Rover. He currently resides in St. Michaels."

Enter through Administrative entrance (right side of building behind the gas station)