RiverArts Salon with Buck Duncan: Being Hopeful with the Mid-Shore Community Foundation

RiverArts Salons

A RiverArts Salon is a (virtual) place for lively conversation that is physically distant but socially connected. Salons provide a forum and structure for a rich exchange of thoughts and ideas that goes a little bit deeper than small talk, and gives everyone something new and interesting to consider. They grow closer community connections and increased understanding. And—they're a place just to have some socially distanced fun of an evening. 

Tuesdays from 5 - 5:45, on Zoom

Buck Duncan: Being Hopeful with the Mid-Shore Community Foundation

Hear about the work of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation (MSCF) and their Hopeful campaign, and what citizens of the Shore can do to be hopeful, give back, and engage during these times. Click here to learn more about MSCF.

Additional Links

Project Hopeful is now Hopeful 2021 (Talbot Spy)

Inspiring the Community to Action with Project Hopeful (Discover Easton)


Announcing a Salon Field Trip: Bring a chair and gather around Chestertown's newest mural, El Trompo, for a conversation with the folks who made it happen. Click here for more information and to RSVP.

And, come see Dog Days, a new exhibition in the RiverArts Gallery, on show from August 6 - 29. Click here for more information.