The handmade doggy cookies from the pet valu table were very popular!

Where could Crabby be? The Annual Scavenger Hunt featured our elusive crustacean hiding out at various shops and restaurants on June 2nd. “Crabby Trackers” of all ages were tasked with checking in at the Yellow Door Art Studios, taking eight Crabby Selfies at different locations, and checking back out to be eligible for a Grand Prize of two Steam Pot dinners generously donated by Kevin’s Corner Kafe (winner to be drawn by random raffle on June 8). The evening also included opening receptions for new shows at the local art galleries, as well as shops and restaurants offering one-evening only specials.

Local musicians C. Bass & the Rockfish entertained all at The Square with an amazing set list from Classic Rock tunes to Motown and everything in between (and yes there was dancing too!). The SoMar Drummers brought their beat back as they hosted the monthly audience participation Drum Circle from 8-10 pm at a sunset session at the Leonardtown Wharf.

A special note of appreciation to our Platinum Level Sponsors (Marrick Homes, Quality Built Homes, and the Winegardner Motor Company) whose generous support makes these community events possible as well as to our in-kind sponsor Big Larry’s Eatery. Join us for out next event on July 7th for “Red Hot & Blues Jam” with Bob Schaller and Friends. If you are a musician and would like to join the jam band, email Bob at: schaller@md.metrocast.net.

Check the “Leonardtown First Fridays” page on Facebook for details and more photos, we hope to see you again soon!

C. Bass & the Rockfish getting ready to rock!

Our youngest drummer leading the group!

A beautiful evening in Leonardtown in the Arts & Entertainment District.

The new show “Imagine” opened at the North End Gallery on Fenwick St.