Parades, Parties, and Caroling on the Shore

kidfloat (400 x 261)62nd Annual Cambridge-Dorchester Christmas Parade
(Rescheduled from December 5th)
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Downtown Cambridge
5 p.m.


Enjoy your share of candy at one of Maryland’s largest and most unique Christmas parades. The parade route begins on High Street and continues on Poplar Street, then Race Street, ending at the intersection of Race and Washington Streets. Awards are given in various categories, including best classic auto, adult and youth floats, marching bands and marching unit.

High schools from all over the Eastern Shore come to the Cambridge-Dorchester County Christmas Parade to compete for the title of Best Band in front of accredited judges. There are also usually floats from local organizations and businesses, classic and antique autos, an equestrian unit, and more. For more information, go to

Christmas Caroling in Town Park
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Town Park, Oxford
5:15 p.m.

Caroling to begin at 5:15pm on Saturday, December 19. Refreshments will be served at the Oxford Museum after David Webster`s famous rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas. Bring a flashlight so you won’t miss a word on the song sheet!

Fezziwig Party
Saturday, December 19, 2009
St. Michaels Community Center, 103 Railroad Drive, St. Michaels
8 p.m.
$20 adults $10 teens $5 12 and under


To celebrate the new home of St. Michaels Community Center, you are invited to the first annual Fezziwig Holiday Party. All ages are welcome, Victorian Dress is encouraged but not mandatory. There will be food, drink, song, dance, and a special preview of Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” opening at the Avalon on December 20.