Naked Nation covers a blend of today’s top hits and Classic Rock. Continuing to build an indentity as one of the most innovative cover bands in the area, they have taken everywhere they plug in by storm with no warning, or plans of putting out that fire! Don’t miss the fireworks bound to go off with Naked Nation!
Great annual event that has grown larger over the past 20 years! Estimated attendance over 150 teams over four weekends. Girls and boys under 18 compete. Please check schedule for age groups. Northside Park on 125th St. Registration, OC Recreation & Parks, 410-250-0125. www.oceancitymd.gov/Recreation_&_Parks/
Reach the Beach School Nationals @ Roland E. Powell Convention Center
Mar 14 all-day
Recreation and School Cheerleading Teams from around the world gather to compete at the one and only Reach the Beach! Experience the thrill of competing under amazing concert lighting and professional HD Sound System. Teams will feel as if they were a part of an incredible Broadway Production in New York City! Our fantastic, professionally choreographed awards ceremony, and the sheer fun of Ocean City, Maryland, combine to make this the best National competition your team will attend! Prize money, fabulous individual and partner stunt awards, the unbeatable atmosphere, unstoppable fun and more, make this the premier Cheerleading National Championship! After the competition, experience Ocean City’s beautiful beaches, the world famous boardwalk, seafood restaurants galore, and outlet shopping! Do not miss this sell-out event. Admission: $20 Adults, $14 Children & Seniors. Registration for competition. 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.acdaspirit.com or www.theepicbrands.com.
Participants should contact the official housing bureau for this event:
Horse & Carriage Rides Along the Boardwalk @ Downtown O.C.
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Enjoy a Horse and Carriage Ride Along the Boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland
- Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 11:00 am – 5:00 p.m. (depending on weather and/or ridership) – Begin at Inlet Lot near Thrasher’s enjoy riding on the Boardwalk and around the pier. $10 per person – 3 years and under FREE
Continuous Strand Weaving on a Triangle Loom @ Worcester County Library
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Learn a weaving technique that is enjoying a revival. Thought to have been developed by the Vikings, the Continuous Strand weaving method is a fun and easy way to weave your own shirts, ponchos, coats, bags, shawls, and so much more! This method has no warping or set up time and makes symmetrical patterns with little to no planning or yarn waste. When the item comes off the loom it is a finished product.
Stroll the streets, go shopping, check out the art galleries, and get a bite to eat in downtown Berlin. Businesses located in historic downtown Berlin will keep their doors open late to showcase the talents of Ocean City area artists. This art stroll happens every month on the 2nd Friday, and each month is unique, but you’ll always find great art, dining specials, and rich history at this event!
Dave Hawkins, an accomplished musician, has been playing music for what seems to be his entire life. Music is his passion and he is passionate about how it’s perceived throughout his audience. He plays many guitars, harmonica, and fiddle and when you hear him you will think there is a whole band, not just one person. This is accomplished by what is known as looping. There is never a ‘backing track’ to play along with, which is used by some other players out there. His vocals and music will reach the deepest part of you while it sets your senses alive. He plays sounds from the current popular, to classic rock, to Dave Matthews, to his own original compositions as he touches on just about any genre you may desire.
WW Tunes Live at the Blue Dog Cafe @ Blue Dog Cafe
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Enjoy dinner in beautiful Snow Hill, Maryland and listen to the sounds of the WW Tunes! The WW Tunes recreates the beloved music of America in the 1940’s. The group is led by Frank Nanna a lifelong musician who plays guitar, violin, and banjo.
Film Screening – Delmarva Roots @ Milton Fire House
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
This evening will feature two 45 minute showings. The first is From the Burg to the Barrio. From the Burg to the Barrio shows an ethnic neighborhood in transition, with all the tensions and contrasts as different cultures meet. Afterwards, we bring it a little closer to home with Pieces of Tangier. Pieces of Tangier explores Tangier Island, Virginia, a remote watermen’s community founded in the 1600s. The 450 people living there are fighting to preserve their way of life against the triple threat of government regulations, population decline, and erosion. Tangier Island’s political and environmental changes could lead to its inhabitants having to make the tough decision to move off the Island onto the mainland.
Admission price for adults is $5 and for children under 12 years of age, $3. Through Noon, Friday March 14, you can purchase reservations, at the RBFS office, or by phone (302-645-9095). Tickets may be available at the door.