To collect and disseminate information about the history of Federalsburg. Personal artifacts of Federalsburg residents are on display in storefront windows in Federalsburg. There is youth outreach that includes a hobby fair. Organizes a yearly heritage day called Return to Historic Federalsburg. Volunteers accepted to do historical research on people, places, events, industry, etc. of Federalsburg. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7 PM at the Federalsburg Senior Center (Morris Ave. entrance). The museum is called the Federalsburg Area Heritage Museum.
Undertakes a variety of gardening and landscaping projects throughout the county. Some yearly and ongoing projects include: creating Christmas wreaths and participating in the lighting of the Courthouse Green in Denton,and landscaping the log cabin in Greensboro, the Museum of Rural Life, and the Courthouse Green. The club is available for consultation on a variety of gardening issues. Holds monthly meeting every 2nd Friday, September through May. Most meetings are held at Caroline County Public Library. If schools are closed that day due to inclement weather, then the meeting is cancelled.
The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (FACES) is a destination for the area’s many quilt and fiber art enthusiasts, visitors, and residents to view historic and recent works by quilters and fiber artists from Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delmarva Peninsula. As a home to exhibit, retail, studio, and instruction spaces, FACES provides a central networking facility for fiber artists in the region; increases public access to and education about fiber art; fosters and promotes creativity in all areas of fiber art; and works to preserve fiber art skills and traditions. It is a unique place to visit, shop, learn, and find inspiration.
The Chapter meets on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 pm (except on holidays) in the museum. You are invited to come meet friends and neighbors at any of our meetings. The group is responsible for the activities and events that take place at the museum. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GreensboroHistoricalSociety/ to follow us and stay up-to-date with our activities and events.
Meetings are held the 1st Thurs. of every month at old Choptank Electric building (Bus 404 & Rte 328) in Denton, MD. Doors open at 6:30 PM and the meeting begins at 7 PM. If schools are closed that day due to inclement weather, then the meeting is canceled. Guest speakers present on different aspects of quilting. Every year the group picks a service project to work on for the community. Please contact us for more information.
The Museum of Rural Life is affiliated with the Caroline County Historical Society. It houses local historical books, photographs, maps, documents, and artifacts. Volunteers, after training, are accepted to be tour guides of the museum. Individuals and school groups are invited to tour the Museum.
Steps in and seeks to rectify any situation in the county in which a person's civil or human rights are being infringed upon. Also builds community through events such as picnics, Martin Luther King Birthday Observance, and various educational programs.
Current officers are Linda Fletcher, President; Dick Christopher, Vice-President and handles acquisitions; Gail Karge, Secretary; and Tammy Coulbourne, Publicity Chair; Sam Fairbank, Director, and heads Building and Grounds Maintenance. Anyone interested in donating or loaning items to the Society can call him at 410-673-7163 or 410-271-5239.
The Ridgely Historical Society was formed by Janice White the end of 2005 at a request from the Town Manager. The idea to form an historical society was an offshoot of an attempt by the Town to create an historical district. While this didn't happen, the Ridgely Historical Society became a chapter of the Caroline County Historical Society in March of 2006. Donations made to Ridgely Historical Society, are tax deductible.