EASTON — The Talbot County Commission on Aging will host a free legislative forum and town hall, “How to Make Talbot County a Livable Community for Seniors,” from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Talbot County Senior Center, 400 Brookletts Ave., Easton.

EASTON — Talbot Interfaith Shelter will host “An Evening for a Purpose” on Saturday, Oct. 26, featuring a wine-pairing dinner prepared by Scossa Restaurant’s head chef Giancarlo Tondin, a roving fashion show, in-house artists and live music.

ST. MICHAELS — The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is inviting the public to its Van Lennep Auditorium to learn about the art of making block prints.

OXFORD — Elisabeth Von Trapp, granddaughter of the legendary Maria and Baron von Trapp, who were made famous through the movie “The Sound of Music,” will return to sing at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Oxford.

EASTON — The Holiday Hut, sponsored by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, is now open. The hut features decorations for the upcoming holidays, including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year.

EASTON — Laura Pollard and Ashlie Elliott are recipients of $500 grants from the Easton Branch of the American Association of University Women. The Easton residents were honored at the September dinner meeting.

In its quest to fulfill Rotary International's motto, "Service Above Self," the Rotary Club of Easton met recently to recognize and celebrate its leaders, members, accomplishments and goals for the future. 

QUEENSTOWN –— “Pull! For The Arc” Clay Shoot Classic, held on Friday, Sept. 20, on the 55-acre grounds of the Point at Pintail in Queenstown, proved to be another successful event.

EASTON — Edna Parks of Trappe recently celebrated her 105th birthday at Dixon House. A Talbot County native, she has been a resident of Dixon House since May.

EASTON — The Talbot County Public Schools Education Foundation announces the second annual “Mission Possible — Celebrating TCPS Alumni and Supporting Teachers” fundraiser, which will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at the Milestone Event Center in Easton.

STEVENSVILLE — Haven Ministries is currently planning a long-term housing program to be located in the Kent Island area. This long-term program will be funded by private donations made directly to Haven Ministries and will enable the organization to offer year-round services in a consistent …

Is your organization sponsoring a Halloween event that’s open to the public? To share it with the Mid-Shore community, please submit your announcement to community@stardem.com no later than Friday, Oct. 18. A list of events will be published in the Tuesday, Oct. 22, edition of The Star Democrat.

CAMBRIDGE — Boosted by a statewide event that sent hundreds of visitors around the state to visit 10 lighthouses and one lightship, the Choptank River Lighthouse in Cambridge enjoyed the busiest weekend of visitation in its seven-year history during the Maryland Lighthouse Challenge Sept. 20-22.