Paint-Out “Arts at Still Pond Station”
Saturday, June 14, 9 AM to dusk.
Cookout, Noon -1:30 PM
Studio Tours of the New Studio facility Noon to 4PM
Host, Sharon Littig
Come for a special day of painting on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The location is the old Coast Guard Station at Still Pond in Worton. This location offers wonderful views east over Still Pond with classic Chesapeake work boats docked right off the property. Facing west you have views across the bay all the way to Aberdeen Maryland on the western shore.
For this paint-out you will have special access to a private beach and small pond tucked into a wooded area. Please refer to the map attached.
At noon join us for a cookout and see the New Arts Center and Studio’s now available for rent, http://www.artsatstillpond.com
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how much food to buy.
Take 1-95 South to the Elkton, Md. exit, Rt. 279 South (Exit 109A. Follow Rt. 279 South for 2.6 miles to Rt. 213 South. Turn left and follow Rt. 213 to Galena . In Galena be sure to turn right at the traffic light. Continue on Rt. 213 to Rt. 298. Turn right on Rt. 298 (Sportmans Inn is at this intersection). Follow Rt. 298 and bear right on Rt. 566 to Still Pond. Go through Still Pond and continue for 2 miles to Still Pond Neck Road (on the left). There should be a sign there directing you toward Coleman. Go for 4.5 miles till road ends. Take a left this is your only option. Continue 1.5 miles and the road ends at the old coast guard station.
Take Rt. 50 past Annapolis and across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Follow Rt. 50 to junction of Rt. 301; stay on Rt. 301 to 213. Take Rt. 213 North through Centreville and Chestertown to Rt. 297. Turn left at Rt. 297 and continue to Rt. 298. Turn right at Rt. 298. Turn left onto Coopers Lane. Turn right onto Still Pond Creek Road. Go over the little bridge and bear left. Continue to stop sign. Turn left onto Still Pond Neck Road. Stay on road until it ends. Take a left this is your only option. Continue 1.5 miles and the road ends at the old coast guard station.