Chestertown Real Estate Market Sizzles; Who’s Our New Neighbor?

Chestertown Real Estate Market Sizzles; Who’s Our New Neighbor?

By Ellen Uzelac   Want to know two of the hottest words in Chestertown right now? FOR SALE.   The real estate market in Chestertown and throughout Kent County is on fire. Sure, mortgage interest rates, hovering at three percent, are at a historic low 
MSHC DCA Check Presentation to Health Foundation

MSHC DCA Check Presentation to Health Foundation

Donors to Front Line Thank-You Signs  Raise $3,000 for Hospital Foundation  CHESTERTOWN, MD, May 11, 2020—Thanks to supporters who purchased yard signs thanking front line workers in the COVID-19 crisis, the Downtown Chestertown Association (DCA) and Main Street Historic Chestertown raised $3,000 for the Chester 
Businesses of Chestertown: Cat Colloquium

Businesses of Chestertown: Cat Colloquium

By Ellen Uzelac Heard about Cat Colloquium, High Street’s new happy place? If you haven’t, you will. First, what it’s not. Cat Colloquium is not a cat café or a cat shelter. It’s a playful, whimsical space designed to support the community’s well-being – in 
Bah Humbug! Dickens of a Christmas Cancelled for 2020

Bah Humbug! Dickens of a Christmas Cancelled for 2020

Bah Humbug! Main Street Chestertown Cancels 2020 "Dickens of a Christmas" CHESTERTOWN, MD, May 22, 2020—The board of Main Street Historic Chestertown has announced the cancellation of the nonprofit organization’s signature winter event, Dickens of a Christmas, for 2020 because of COVID-19 concerns. dThe holiday event was scheduled to take place Dec. 4 and 
New Businesses

New Businesses

Main Street Chestertown welcomes two new businesses to downtown Chestertown. Tish Fine Art Plus and Diane Rappisi Fine Art have both recently opened art spaces. Please show them a warm welcome! Chestertown is a great place to own and operate a business. If you are 
Art Crawl

Art Crawl

Chestertown Art Crawl: It’s a Family Affair! Progressive exhibition to take place Saturday February 22. For information:  Tara Gladden, 347.768.4930; tgladden2@washcoll.edu. January 26, 2020 CHESTERTOWN, MD – Shake off the winter blues and celebrate Family, Art, Food, and Culture on the Chestertown Art Crawl, Saturday, February 22 
WYPR Open For Business Project

WYPR Open For Business Project

WYPR – Open for Business – Project Greater Chestertown Initiative – Carla Massoni, Chair November 2019 Spearheaded by Carla Massoni, chair of the Greater Chestertown Initiative, with matching funds from the SFW Foundation, the WYPR Open for Business marketing program invites local business owners to 
Dickens 2019 – Thank you

Dickens 2019 – Thank you

Thank You Very Much!  Main Street Chestertown is grateful to the community and to all the event volunteers for creating a festive, welcoming weekend during our third annual Dickens of a Christmas festival, December 6-8.  Two women we cannot thank enough:  Event Chair Kathleen King 
Michael Dirda and Dickens Scholars to give lectures at Book Plate

Michael Dirda and Dickens Scholars to give lectures at Book Plate

Michael Dirda Katherine Charles Michelle Allen-Emerson Main Street Chestertown and The Bookplate are pleased to offer two book talks this Saturday as part of the Dickens of a Christmas festival. Michael Dirda of the Washington Post will present a lecture titled "The Classic English Ghost 
Dickens Photo Contest

Dickens Photo Contest

2019 Dickens of a Christmas Photo Contest sponsored by The Finishing Touch We want to see your Dickens festival photos! Snap a picture of an act, you and your friends having fun, a crowd scene, or any aspect of Dickens that you think exemplifies the