Ocean City Film Festival – June 9-11 at the OC Center for the Arts
The second annual film festival, hosted by the Art League of Ocean City, will feature over 100 films from a variety of filmmakers, locals, and from the other side of the planet. The mission of this event is to showcase local and regional filmmakers. the OCFF promotes diversity and uniqueness in its mission to engage the community with the world of film. OCFF is the brainchild of local fimmaker William Strang-Moya, a 2013 graduate of Stephen Decatur High School, who hopes the event will grow and become an annual tradition at the resort. The intimate event will feature short- and feature-length films with opportunities for the audience to meet the filmmakers and discuss their work. Strang-Moya is encouraging submissions from local filmmakers to round out the entries he’s already received from other parts of Maryland and around the world. There is no entry fee.
Filmmakers may submit their entries until May 1 directly to Strang-Moya at [email protected] For full details, visit ocmdfilmfestival.com.
Hundreds of pros offering thousands of ideas…decorating, remodeling, accessorizing, and more! Compare and save…a must attend event for current and future homeowners. For more information, visit www.oceanpromotions.info or call 410-213-8090 or email [email protected].
Hours: Friday 12pm-6pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 10:30am-3:30pm
Cost: Adults $7; Seniors 55+ $6; Kids 13 and under Free; Military, Police, Fire Free with ID
Concert of the Handbell Musicians of America, Area III, Ocean City Festival. Over 450 handbell ringers will play en masse under the guest conductor, Michael Helman. Registration required to participate in event. Concert: 5pm. Free admission.
St. Patrick’s Scramble – Saturday, March 17, 2018
This is a 4-player scramble. The entry fee includes green fee, cart, lunch and prizes. Teams will play 6 holes from each Gold, White and Blue Tees. Teams choose the holes they play from each of the tees. 30% of the team’s average handicap will be used. Players may find that their ball lands in a clover. If so this player’s team is truly lucky because their ball will be deemed holed! Lunch will be served immediately following play. The menu includes many Irish American favorites. Gross and net prizes will be awarded to the winning teams. The field is limited to the first 30 teams. To sign up, call the Pro Shop at 410-213-7277 or 800-283-3846.
Multi-platinum MCA Nashville recording artist Josh Turner is coming to the Ocean City Maryland Convention Center Friday March 23, 2018. Turner has sold more than 8 million units, is a disciple of traditional country music and one of the youngest members of the esteemed Grand Ole Opry. From his 2003 platinum-selling debut Long Black Train to his most recent 2017 Billboard No. 1 release, Deep South, Turner has garnered multiple GRAMMY, CMA, and ACM nominations. Turner’s hits include “Your Man,” “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” “Firecracker,” “Would You Go with Me,” “All Over Me,” “Time Is Love,” and his most recent “Hometown Girl.”
Josh Turner will be joined on stage by rising country music artist Mo Pitney. With hits like “Country” “Clean Up On Aisle Five” and “Boy And A Girl Thing” you won’t want to miss Mo!
Tickets for the Ocean City Josh Turner Concert with special guest Mo Pitney, Friday March 23, 2018, are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the OC Box Office, calling Ticketmaster 1-800-551-SEAT or online at www.oceancityconcerts.com. For additional information visit oceancityconcerts.com. To be the first to know about concerts coming to Ocean City Maryland make sure to like Ocean City Concerts on Facebook!
Art & Craft Show – Exhibitors displaying unique handcrafted items including wearable art, jewelry, lawn & garden decor, toys, florals, fine art, caricatures, and more.
Easter Kids’ Fun Fair – Continuous activities, games, contests, and entertainment, including Beany the Easter Bunny, Easter egg hunts, magic, juggling, puppet shows, and more.
Annual OC Job Fair – 9am to 1pm
For more information, call the OC Chamber of Commerce at 410-213-0552.
First Friday Opening Receptions are held the first Friday of the month at the OC Center for the Arts on 94th Street.
Meet the artists, enjoy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments, and see the new exhibits featuring a variety of local artists. 5pm to 7pm. Open to the public. Free Admission.
The event is open for all Worcester County residents 50 and older and tickets are available (in advance only) for $15.00 / person (Tickets limited to 100 people/ first come first served). Including in the price of the ticket is social time, dinner catered by Decatur Diner, door prizes, and live jazz entertainment (see attached poster).
Tickets can be purchased at the Ocean City Senior Center by calling 410.289.0824 (cash/check / money order).
This is a fun event! Meet the Beach’s top wedding vendors in a tropical bayside setting. Enjoy free appetizer and dessert samples, vibrant entertainment, dance demonstrations, Bridal Fashion Expo and Men’s Formal Wear display. Feeling adventurous? Seacrets Beach Cocktails are available for purchase! Vendors will be giving away prizes and gifts, including a Free Caribbean Cruise for Two from Rox Beach Weddings. 1pm to 4pm. $9 online or $10 cash at the door. For more information, contact Sean Rox at 410-289-7699 or [email protected] or visit www.roxbeach.com.
The 7th Annual Komen Maryland Ocean City Race for the Cure will be held on Saturday, April 14, 2018, in Ocean City, Maryland, on the iconic boardwalk beginning at the Inlet. The event features a competitive and recreational 5K run/walk, as well as a 1-mile family fun course to raise money for women and families who have been affected by breast cancer. Join the sea of pink and start a team, join a friend’s team, or join as an individual. It’s a great time with a great view for a great cause!
The Race Village and Registration opens at 7am and the Race starts at 9am.
Adults $30; Timed Runners add $5; Youths 11 and under $15. Register online at www.komenmd.org.
For more information, call Lori Yates at 410-938-8990, visit www.komenmd.org, or email [email protected]
Many spectacular restaurants create special, fixed-price menus designed to tempt your taste buds. No passes, tickets, or coupons are required. Simply choose a participating restaurant and dine out. For more information, visit www.oceancityrestaurantweek.com or call 410-289-6733.
Treasures of the Earth
Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show
Fine jewelry, fashion jewelry, sterling silver jewelry, wire-wrapped jewelry, beads, pearls, loose gemstones, minerals, crystals, fossils. For more information, contact Ellen White at 757-641-2124 or [email protected] or visit www.treasuresoftheearth.com. Admission is $5, age 16 and under are free.
Friday – Noon to 6pm
Saturday – 10am to 5pm
Sunday – 10am to 4pm
Worcester County Humane Society annual fun event – walk-a-thon on the boards! All proceeds benefit the Ocean City area’s no-kill pet shelter. Bring your pet for a fun day on the boards to help the animals or adopt a shelter dog for the day by making arrangements prior to the walk-a-thon. Registration fee. 8am to 12pm, rain or shine! For more information, contact Sandy Summers at 443-235-5647 or visit www.worcestercountyhumanesociety.org.
Walk MS is a 5K and 1-mile fundraiser to raise funding for research, programs and services for the 15,000 individuals living with MS in Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia. The walk will begin at the Jolly Roger entrance on Philadelphia Ave. & 30th Street and participants will make their way to the boardwalk. The 1-mile walk turn-around point and rest stop will be between 24th Street and 25th Street. The 5K turn-around point and rest stop will be at 9th Street. Teams that raise $5,000 will receive a 10×10 pop-up tent, which will be set up near the Jolly Roger tents. The event will start off with registration and breakfast at 8am. For more information, contact Whitney at [email protected]
7:45-9:00am – Registration
8:00-8:45am – Entertainment, vendors, team pictures
8:45-9:00am – Opening Ceremonies
9:00am – Event Start – 1-mile and 5K
Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra
Heavenly Music: Mahler, Janice Changler, and Leon Fleisher
Concert – 3pm; Pre-Concert Lecture – 2:15pm
In the first half, the soloist is Leon Fleisher on the piano, and he will be performing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major. Also on that concert will be Egmont Overture composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven and on the second half Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 with guest soprano Janice Chandler.
Tickets: $40 & $45