Historic Downtown Cambridge, Maryland, an authentic Chesapeake town on the Eastern Shore, is known for its rich history, beautiful buildings, vibrant arts scene, and one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and services.


Volunteers working at Ruark Boatworks


 

The Justin Ryan Band will make its debut in Cambridge as the headline act for Summer Sendoff- Blues, Brews and Barbecue. Ryan is a veteran of the Eastern Shore music scene and has collaborated on this most recent musical venture with other decorated area musicians to highlight an impressive collection of original work, as well as country rock standards. Local favorite and Summer Sendoff veteran Black Dog Alley will open.



 

The Maryland Department of Agrticulture and Governor Larry Hogan are urging communities to eat fresh, local produce and to help promote healthy living by taking selfies with your providers at the Cambridge Farmers' Market. Tag your selfies with #GetyourFRESHon, and you could be a lucky winner.



 

Mark your calendars for Summer Sendoff - Blues, Brews and Barbecue on Sept. 12 from 5-10 p.m. It's our annual tradition of saying goodbye to the busy summer season with barbecue-inspired food, live music and some tasty craft beer. This year we have partnered with RPS ISG International and RAR Brewing to make this the best year ever.



Cambridge Main Street volunteers don't just work at events like Taste of Cambridge and Summer Send-Off. They also serve on organizational committees making a lasting impact on our downtown commercial district.

Cambridge Main Street is currently looking for volunteer members of its four core committees, and we think you may have what it takes to help us continue the revitalization of downtown Cambridge.



 

 

The Cambridge Wheels Car Show will kick off its third year with what it hopes will be its biggest year yet. This event is a fundraiser for Pleasant Day Adult Daycare, raising money to send its senior citizens on an Ocean City bus trip to enjoy the boardwalk and the beach. Last year this event was able to fund 11 buses for the trip, and its added live music and a raffle for crabs to see if it can do even more.



To celebrate National Farmers' Market Week (Aug. 2-8), Cambridge Main Street has partnered with Beat the Rush delivery service to provide home delivery of everything sold at the Cambridge Farmers' Market, which is held every Thursday at Long Wharf from 3-6 p.m. Get your orders in by Wednesday, Aug 5, and you will receive 20% off the delivery charge.


 

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