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Video of the Chesapeake MD Lions Club Car Show
“Woodies” Cars (5:30)
8 Awards (16:30)


A video of the Winterfest Tree Lighting.
Santa (10:05)
Countdown to the tree lighting (10:35)


A second youtube video featuring the town of Chesapeake City with Mayor Dean Geracimos.
C&D Museum (0:34)
Pell Gardens & wedding venues (3:00)
Serenity Salon & Spa (3:45)


Great youtube video featuring the Town of Chesapeake City with Mayor Dean Geracimos.
The Bayard House Restaurant. (7:50)
Chesapeake CityLearning Center. (14:34)
Chesapeake Inn Restaurant and Marina. (19:55)


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Chesapeake City (southern section). The town was originally named the Village of Bohemia — or Bohemia Manor — but changed in 1839 after the C&D Canal was built separating the town into north and south sections. Courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Aerial


View the 2016 State of the Town Address


 

Rising Sun Herald Article: Chesapeake City Streetscape project in the works

Those new brick sidewalks in Chesapeake City are just the beginning.

A multi-phase Streetscape project, funded with an existing Sustainable Communities grant, is in the works for the town.

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C& D Canal Waterfront Museum Now Open on Weekends!

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Several years ago, the Army Corps of Engineers created a stunning historical tribute to the infamous C&D Canal. Starting from its origins as a canal dug by the hands and engineering ingenuity of over 1500 men, the museum bears witness to the millions of east-west passages that have gone through the historic canal and the stories they tell. Housed in its original early 1800s canal structures, this gem of a museum with moving exhibits and video offers a amazing look at the history, beauty and wildlife on what is still the third most active canal on the planet.


 

2016 St. Patrick’s Day Parade


Rising Sun Herald article: Chesapeake City excited about beautification projects

A brisk wind couldn’t blow away Sandra Edwards enthusiasm for spring projects.

Edwards, Chesapeake City’s town manager, is excited about beautification projects that are coming to the town.