Join us July 3rd for the Blue Eyed Blues live on The Square followed by a rockin' Blues Jam with Bob Schaller. Musicians are invited to Jam with Bob Schaller and Friends during Leonardtown's First Friday event Jul A great way to kick off the holiday weekend.
While you're here, check out these fabulous First Friday Specials!
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GOOD EARTH NATURAL FOODS COMPANY -- 41765 Park Avenue, 301-475-1630
CAFE des ARTISTES -- 41655 Fenwick Street, 301-997-0500
Café des Artistes is Leonardtown's original neighborhood bistro with French Country Charm, a casual and friendly atmosphere, fine food and excellent service. Creative, comforting dishes are Classic French with an American flair and pair perfectly with the great variety of wines, from Leonardtown to France. Alfresco dining available on our sidewalk.
FENWICK STREET USED BOOKS AND MUSIC-- 41655A Fenwick Street 301-475-2859.
Local author/ historian Karen Grubber will be signing copies of St. Mary's County (Postcard History Series) from 5:00- to 7:00 PM. "For nearly four centuries, St. Marys County has been called the land of pleasant living. The county's fertile fields and pristine waters invite visitors and natives alike to revel, relax, and renew. As the Mother County of Maryland, St. Marys has a rich written history dating from 1634, when George and Leonard Calvert established the first American settlement founded on the principle of religious tolerance. After surviving British raids during the War of 1812 and divided loyalties in the Civil War, the county leapt into the modern era when the US Navy established Naval Air Station Patuxent River, the Navys premier flight test center and test pilot school. Today, millions of Americans trace their roots to Southern Maryland and are welcomed home as Sons and Daughters of Old St. Marys.” NOTE: • The author's proceeds from the publication will benefit the St. Mary's County Historical Society.
PORT OF LEONARDTOWN WINERY- off Rt. 5 at 23190 Newtowne Neck Road , 301-690-2192
Celebrate the Winery's 5th anniversary! Toast the Taste of Southern Maryland Sample our special anniversary Red and White and the release of our new Traminette in our special blue-bottle. Local artist, Dave Norris will be playing 5:30 - 8:30 First Friday. For more information and instant updates, see our website or like us on Facebook.
CRAZY FOR EWE -- 22715 Washington Street, 301-475-2744
We'll be starting Quicksilver, a beautiful and colorful wrap in three colors. Fun to knit, and perfect for summer. I'm suggesting Hempathy because it''s great for summer wear, and because its fabulous color range gives that you have all sorts of stunning combinations. So, come First Friday to choose your palette and get started with us!
First Friday is also the last day of our Summer Sale! Enjoy 20% off all summer yarns.
CAUGHT MY EYE -- 22760 Washington Street, Unit #1, 301-475-6805
$5 off on burgundy skirts from India
$1 off on white scarves
BLACK MARKET INTERIORS -- 41665 Fenwick Street, (240) 309-4074
Summer clearance Sale! Save 25% on Potting planters as well as the Ella Vickers Recycled Sailcloth Bags - in stock merchandise only, while supplies last! Come see our brand new custom upholstery line, Black Market Interiors HOME COLLECTION, made in America.