Federalsburg’s Heritage Day
October 15 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Come celebrate Federalsburg at Heritage Day, fun-filled day celebrating Federalsburg’s vibrant history! Stop by the museum to view the many displays and demonstrations on a wide variety of subjects such as broom making, spinning wheels, painting and competition chickens. Colonel Richardson HS graduate Mitch Northam will be showcasing his book, “High School Basketball on Maryland’s Eastern Shore: A Shore Hoops History.” The book traces the history of the sport on the Delmarva Peninsula. For the automobile buff, there will be an outdoor display of antique vehicles to enjoy as well.
This year’s event will feature keynote speaker Tom Horton. Tom, a native of Federalsburg, has spent decades writing about the Chesapeake Bay area and is recognized as one of America’s foremost nature writers. He currently teaches writing and environmental topics at Salisbury University.
Heritage Day is a free, family friendly event. There will be food and beverages available for purchase. Free parking is available in the municipal parking lot located on Morris Avenue.