OCMD Voted as One of the Best Places to Travel in June 2024

“If the name Ocean City conjures up visions of waves breaking on the shore, a classic wooden boardwalk, restaurants, and summer fun, you have a pretty good idea of what you’ll find on this Maryland barrier island with ten miles of Atlantic coastline. For more than a hundred years, Ocean City has offered visitors sunny beaches, an amusement park, games, arcades, shops, boating, fishing, and water sports. There’s nightlife, a performing arts center with live shows, shopping, and nearby Assateague Island with beaches and wildlife that includes deer and wild horses.”

Travel + Leisure


Travel + Leisure has just unveiled their top 15 destinations to visit in June 2024, and we’re thrilled to announce that Ocean City, MD has secured it’s spot alongside renowned places like Santa Barbara, California, Greece, Australia and Fiji! It’s truly surreal to see our coastal gem mentioned among such esteemed company. We invite you to experience the irresistible allure of OCMD firsthand. With our stunning beaches drawing so much attention, why not indulge in an oceanfront accommodation? Explore our page to discover a range of options for oceanfront rooms, where each morning welcomes you with the gentle rhythm of waves and every evening treats you to breathtaking sunsets, crafting an unforgettable backdrop for your summer getaway! 🌊🌅

2024 Ocean City Restaurant Week

Calling all foodies! Ocean City’s restaurant week is coming up and you’re not going to want to miss out. Twenty of Ocean City’s best will be participating including our very own 32 Palm and Coral Reef restaurants! Indulge in specially curated fixed-price menus or uncover unbeatable deals that will leave you craving for more. Whether you’re eager to savor unfamiliar flavors, discover a hidden gem, or revisit your favorite spot, Ocean City Restaurant Week promises an unforgettable dining experience and a chance to support your local restaurants! Check out their website at https://oceancityrestaurantweek.com/ for a full list of participants.

 

Coffee and Flowers with Starbucks


This Mother’s Day Starbucks on 17th street is giving you the opportunity to do something fun and unique. May 12th, 2024 there will be a pop-up flower shop event with Seraphic Blooming Co. Stop by and “Say it with Coffee and Flowers”. Bring your mother or any maternal figure in your life and enjoy some tasty brews while soaking in the smell of fresh blooms and the beach. Afterwards you can head to one of our OCMD restaurant locations for a special meal!

OC Art League April 2024 Exhibits


It’s a new month and you know what that means, new exhibits at the Ocean City Art league! You won’t want to miss out on these pieces.

To celebrate Earth Month, there are three new exhibits. The Thaler Gallery is currently showcasing “Earth Studies,” featuring the works of Maggie Delaney Grabow, Marley Massey, and Nancy Richards West. Maggie’s art celebrates the intricacies of nature through embroidery, pyrography, and painting, focusing on native insects and their environments. Marley explores elemental activities and human-earth relationships through papermaking and natural pigments, while Nancy’s oil paintings capture the power and beauty of the ocean, emphasizing its vital role in sustaining life on Earth. Together, these artists share the importance of protecting our planet, inviting viewers to reflect on the beauty and fragility of nature during Earth Month!

Meanwhile, the Sisson Galleria presents a Juried Corporate Partner Show, honoring the Art League’s corporate supporters with a diverse array of 2D and 3D artwork by local artists. In Studio E, Carol Gentes and Angela Pierce exhibit “Nature as We See It,” featuring landscapes, birds, and animals. Carol’s detailed paintings reflect her background in biology, while Angela’s work, inspired by local landscapes, demonstrates a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques. The Spotlight Gallery showcases Collin Byrd, Elvin Hernandez, and Brad Hudson’s artwork in conjunction with the annual Manga & Anime Youth Art Show, while the Staircase Gallery features Itzel V. Aguilar’s emotionally charged paintings, reflecting her personal journey of healing and self-discovery through vibrant colors and symbolic imagery.

Visit the art league this Friday, April 5th from 5-7 PM for their free opening reception. See you guys next month!

OC Art League March 2024 Exhibits


With six new features, you’ll want to set aside some time to explore the Ocean City Art League this Month! In honor of Women’s History Month, the Thaler Gallery proudly presents “Women in the Arts: Nature, Nurture, Change,” showcasing the unique perspectives of Jeri Alexander, Sue Bromm, and Lisa Tossey. Each artist received money from the Women’s Fund of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore to create thought-provoking works.

Jeri Alexander’s installation, “Thirty,” delves into the complexities of turning 30, using a mix of sculpture and video to symbolize the flow of time. Sue Bromm’s series, “Embracing Uncertainty,” employs eco-printing techniques, a sustainable and eco-conscious art form that not only yields stunning visuals but also fosters a profound appreciation for the beauty and diversity of the natural world. It serves as a powerful testament to the creative possibilities that emerge when art and nature intertwine! Lisa Tossey’s work focuses on the impact of climate change on local habitats, using a birds-eye view along with ceramics to depict local endangered landscapes and species such as the Bald Eagle in a Dorchester County Marsh.

In addition to this inspiring exhibit, the gallery features other notable artists such as Nina Mickelsen, who’s bright blue art will catch your eye and Donna Finley, who captures beautiful pastel landscapes of the Eastern Shore. Lisa Scarbath and Pat Land are featured in this month’s Artisan Showcase with some truly unique pieces ranging from steampunk crab plaques to embellished starfishes and sea turtles.

Also on display is Itzel V. Aguilar’s powerful collection, “Nunca Fue Tu Culpa (It Was Never Your Fault),” which explores themes of healing and self-discovery through vibrant colors and symbolic imagery and “Life in Motion” featured in the Sisson Galleria. This is a collective exhibit of local artists and art league members.

With such a diverse array of captivating exhibitions, we encourage you to check out the Ocean City Art League this month before it inevitably changes in April!

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