MD Coastal Bay’s Earth Day Clean Up –
Saturday, April 13th from
Meet the SU Sailing Team at the Ocean City Town Hall or meet at the
Ocean Pines Beach Club to
do Beach Dune Clean Up. Then meet us at Buxy’s Dog Saloon
“bring your weirdest piece of trash you found” contest
and door prizes!
The Board will hold a Working
Session on Monday, April 22, 2013 at 4:00pm in the Board Room to
discuss the proposed amendment to the Association’s Charter. The
Board will hold a special meeting on April 24, 2013 at 2:00pm, prior to
the scheduled regular meeting of that date at 3:00pm and vote whether
to approve the proposed amendment or a revised amendment to the
Charter. The proposed amendment, a change summary, and the
current charter may be viewed through a link to the Articles of
Incorporation DRAFT on the home page of the Association website, www.oceanpines.org.
Association members are encouraged to review the proposed amendment and
submit comments through the website link or
call 410-641-7717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
5yr old Ginger Pugh of Ocean
Pines won the Bike Rodeo Raffle. Because the twins just got new bikes a
few months ago, Ginger decided to pick out a bike for her mom, Lori
Pugh, so that the three of them can go riding.
We welcome back Coach Ashley for soccer for Ages 2 -10 .
Happy Feet: Ages 2 Tuesdays 5:30-6:00 30$ Res/ 35$
Happy Feet: Ages 3 Thursdays 5:30-6:00 30$ Res & 35$
Pee Wee Ages 4-5 Mondays 5:30-6:15 35$ Res/ 40$ Non
Kickers Soccer Ages 6-7 Tuesdays 6:15-7:15 $40 Res/45$
Kickers Soccer Ages 8-10 Thursdays 6:15-7:15 $40 Res/$45
Register now for classes starting 4/15 to
TADA! It’s magic! Learn amazing tricks of the
This is a beginner for ages 10-15.
April 13- June 1 from 10:30am-12noon.
$50 Res / $55 Non
Batter Up! Boys and Girl ages 4-6 will learn how to hit,
run and play defense will enjoying the sunny weather outside. T-ball
begins 4/13. First 3 weeks are practices are Saturday mornings followed
by 3 weeks of Friday night games. Details available at the
This FREE 2 day workshop teaches the newest fad in this
real world treasure hunting game. Workshops are Free and are on 4/17
5-6:30 & Saturday 4/20 1-3 in White Horse Park. Find out how to use
GPS enabled devices to follow coordinates that lead to hidden caches.
Billy Casper Visit May 22, 2013
Pro-Am Tournament June 24, 2013
LifeTime and Annual Memberships Avail Now!
CURRENT MEMBERS….RENEW NOW!
DRIVING RANGE PACKAGE Join the PDP,
Player Development Program!
$24.99 per month for general Public
$19.99 per month for OP Residents/Homeowners
$14.99 Golf Members
Unlimited use of range, 7 days a week
10% lesson discounts
Free Grip Installations
Free PDP clinics and Events See
Pro Shop for details, Download Application
TERN GRILLE OPEN THURS – SUNDAYS FOR FOOD & DRINKS!
for Happy Hour Every Friday at the Tern Grille
starting at 4pm – 7pm – Eat in or Take Out
Charles’ Famous Fried Chicken!
4 pcs. of Fried Chicken
Served w/ Potato Salad & Coleslaw $7.95
ADULT BEGINNER CLINICS
Get Golf Ready, Signing up for May Session
$99 for each session of skills taught (5)
DONATE BREAKFAST BARS FOR OUR TROOPS:
Donation boxes will be located in the
Ocean Pines area at local businesses through April. Visit
your Ocean Pines Library or the Ocean Pines Community
Center to make your donation. If you would like to
contribute or help collect boxes, call 410-641-7391
WATERLINE FLUSHING SCHEDULE
The Water and
Wastewater Division of Worcester County Public Works semi-annual
program for flushing waterlines in Ocean Pines SCHEDULE.
Week of April 8 – Sections 10, 15A, 15B, 16, 17, Baypoint
Week of April 15 –
Sections 9, 11, 13, Village Square, Manklin Creek Area, Pennington
Commons, Cathell Road Extension,
Week of April 22 –
Sec 12, 14A, 14B, 14C, 14D, & Mumfords Landing
Week of April 29
Sect 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, Harbor Village
Week of May 6 –
Sections 2, 3, 7, River Run, Showell Elementary
Please be aware
that, even on dates the water lines in your section are not being
flushed, it is still possible to experience discolored water. If area
residents notice that their water becomes cloudy during these times,
please allow the water to run for a few minutes until it becomes clear.
For more information, please call the Water and Wastewater Division at
COUNTY OFFERS RABIES CLINICS
Pet owners, take
advantage of the inexpensive rabies vaccinations clinics offered this
spring by the Worcester County Health Department and Animal Control.
Rabies is a
dangerous fatal disease and ongoing problem in the county and in Ocean
Spring clinics will be held from 5:30-7 p.m. at:
ANIMAL CONTROL, 6207 Timmons Road off of Rt. 113, just north of Snow
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8
FIRE DEPARTMENT, 10709 Bishopville Road, Bishopville, MD
THURSDAY, MAY 9
The cost for a rabies vaccination is $5 per pet for
Worcester County residents and $10 per pet for non-Worcester County
Proof of residency is required. Vaccinations are available for dogs,
cats and ferrets.
For more information on the clinics or to report animal bites or
possible rabies exposures to pets from wild animals contact the
Worcester County Health Department at 410-352-3234 or 410-641-9559.
If an incident occurs after normal business hours, contact your local
law enforcement or the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office.
JOIN US AT THE OCEAN PINES
FRIDAYS @ 4pm, Wes Davis tonight! 5 – 9pm Open Sat & Sun too! Join us! Drinks, Apps, Lunch,
Dinner, and NEW Sun Brunch!
The Yacht Club is currently open on weekends
Friday 4pm – close with live entertainment 5pm – 9pm
Sunday 9am-1pm NEW Brunch Buffet $14 pp/ $7 kids
OP Marina set to open in May!
LIVE MUSIC & EVENTS 4/12
Wes Davis 5pm
4/19 Dave Sherman 5pm
4/25 SIR ROD DINNER & SHOW 6pm – reserve now
4/27 Kevin Poole back from Keywest!
5/12 Mother’s Day Brunch
5/14 BRYAN CLARK DINNER & SHOW – $22 Reserve Now
5/18 Wine Tasting Event
THIS SUNDAY….. FAMILY
Craft and Dinner @ 5pm, Movie @ 6pm
Kids $6 for Meal, Craft, Popcorn & Movie
DISNEY’S WRECK IT RALPH!
Showing April 14
Join us upstairs on the second floor!
Having an event? We are an ideal option! 3 Locations to
Choose! Country Club, Beach Club, and Yacht Club (YC a new facility early 2014)
PROJECT UPDATE (View photos)
We have a great season lined up! It’s the final season at the
current facilty before our closing party this Labor
Day. We held the Groundbreaking for the new facility on March 14,
2013. Come check out the new facility construction
beginning. The New facilty opening planned for early 2014,
Current facility open through Labor Day. The new YC
pool Construction is underway, new pool by June.
PLEASE USE CAUTION! Do not go beyond any of the construction
fencing at anytime!!
IT’S JUST OUR NAME
All Are Welcome! It’s just named the Yacht Club,
you don’t need a membership to eat, drink, have catered events, gas the
boat, take a swim in the pools, enjoy our new Sunday Brunch, listen to
live music or dock for dinner…. ever!
SIGN UP FOR OUR NEW RESTAURANTS EBLAST
coming this season to bring you online project updates,
entertainment schedules, events, menus, and food and drink
INDOOR POOL OPEN DAILY TO THE
10am – 9pm
SIGN UPS NOW FOR SWIM
LESSONS, WATER AEROBICS AND OTHER WATER EXERCISE CLASSES
FOR SPRING SCHEDULE..SEE BELOW LINKS.
SWIM ALOT??…SIGN UP FOR YOUR SUMMER OR ANNUAL
SWIM MEMBERSHIP TO OP POOLS NOW!
Swim all summer in all pools for one payment or spread
out an annual membership over 12 payments.
Your Guests will receive discounts on Daily
410-641-5255 – pool / 410-641-7052 to register or
email email@example.com for info. All Welcome! Resident and Non-Resident Rates Apply
2013 OCEAN PINES FARMERS MARKET OPENS
SATURDAY, MAY 25th 8am – Noon
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY ALL SUMMER!
The Bistro Theater of the
Ocean Pines Players
11 through 14: an original comedy, “Dear Hortense,” by Bob Davis at
the Ocean Pines Golf and Country Club. The two-act play will include
snacks before the show and dessert and coffee during intermission.
Doors will open at 7 pm for evening shows. Curtain will be at 8 pm on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Sunday matinee will start at 3 pm
with doors opening at 2 pm. Reservations are required. Ticket price is
$24. For reservations
Worcester County Republican Central
Lincoln Day Dinner
Sat, Apr 13th 5:30PM, Lighthouse Sound
$40pp/ Call 410-632-5454 for tix.
The Ocean Pines Anglers Club will meet on Saturday,
April 13 at 9:30AM in the Ocean Pines library. The speaker will be Cpl.
Frost from MD DNR. He will speak about new regulations, boating
channel changes and poaching. He will use internet videos
that show how to catch any kind of fish, what tackle to use, bait and
lure selection, how to cast, how to fly cast, how to throw a cast net,
how to clean fish. A fishing flea market will also be held
to buy or sell rods, reels, lures, etc. All welcome.
SUN 4/14 AT DENOVO’S
3 SEATINGS: 5, 6 & 7 PM
ADULTS $10/UNDER 12 $5 RSVP
208-6719 / CASH BAR
Shore Dinner … to benefit
the Calvin B. Taylor Museum, Sunday,
April 15, 2012 12:00 – 4:30pm
sponsored by Harrison’s Harbor Watch located at the
OC Inlet Tickets
$15 (Carryouts available
Ocean Pines Boat Club General Meeting Wednesday,
April 17, 6:30 PM
Ocean Pines Community Center
The Ocean Pines Boat Club will host its
first-ever wine tasting event following by guest
speaker Mike Lichniak, WBOC-TV’s weekend
– or more info, 410-641-7924
April 17,2013-Retired Nurses Of Ocean Pines will hold
their meeting at 3pm in the Ocean Pines Library. Peggy Naleppa,CEO
of PRMCand Nancy Creighton will discuss the changes in Health care. and
what we can expect from the Obama Health Care Plan. You are
invited to attend and bring your friends.
Club of Ocean Pines FUNdraiser April 18,
10am-2pm Ocean Pines Yacht Club. A card &
game fundraiser with lunch, friendships and surprises. For info, call
The WORCESTER COUNTY TEA PARTY will meet on FRIDAY,
at the Ocean Pines Community Center. Special guest speakers will be
Salisbury University’s Marc Street, PhD, and Delegate Mike McDermott.
Doors will open at 6:30 pm
Sacrament Catholic School CASH BINGO
/ Saturday April 20th Cash
games, Quickies, Pull Tabs, 50/50,Door Prizes, Chinese Auction. Food
for sale by Backyard Louie’s BBQ. Jackpot is worth up to
$750. Package includes regular bingo, specials, jackpot bingo.
Extras sold separately. $25 for advance reservations or $30 at the
door opening at 5:30pm. must be 18 and older. Games start
at 7:00pm. reservations 443-497-4322
Saturday & Sundays! The Pine’eer
Craft and Gift Shop, White Horse
Park, Ocean Pines, open from 10
a.m. to 4p.m. April 18
meeting in the Ocean Pines Community Center at 9:45 a.m. After the
business meeting participants will make stepping stones for the cost of
$5. To reserve your stepping stone kit, 410-208-1979. Get a tour of
the clubs’ sponsored craft and gift shop
Annual Komen Maryland Ocean City Race for the Cure Sunday,
April 21st / 5k run/walk and a Family Fun Walk Inlet Parking
Lot in Ocean City, MD Race
Village opens at 6 a.m., the run begins at 8 a.m. and the walk begins
at 8:30 a.m. We also have family friendly events planned for both
Friday and Saturday leading up to the Race
April 21, 2013, 1:00-3:00 PM, the Democratic Women’s Club will collect
non-perishable food, toiletries and paper at the South Fire Station,
located on Ocean Parkway (South gate). Supplies will be shared with a
local food ministry. Call 410- 641- 6683 for additional
Republican Women of Worcester County
April 25th,General Meeting and Dinner at the Antipasta
Restaurant, 33rd Street, Coastal Highway, Ocean City, Speaker will
be Cyndy Howell, Worcester County Volunteer Service Manager. She will
speak about Energizing the Spirit. The Doors open 4:30 PM, Meeting at
5:00 PM and Dinner promptly at 6:00 PM. The Speaker will begin at
approximately 6:30 PM. For details and reservations,410-208-6018
The Worcester County Commission for Women invites you to
attend a Suddenly Single workshop on Saturday, April 27, 2013 from
10am-1 pm in the Family Life Center at The Community Church at Ocean
Pines located at 11227 Racetrack Road (Rte. 589) in Berlin Maryland.
For information, call 410-208-1272
Waste & E-Cycling Collection Day on Saturday, April 20
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Park & Ride Lot in West Ocean City.
Gather up those old
or unusable cans of pesticides, pool chemicals, gas and other fuels,
oil-base paints, thinners and everyday hazardous wastes accumulating in
and around the home and bring them to the recycling center for safe
disposal. Electronic items, such as computers, monitors, keyboards,
printers, radios, televisions and VCR’s, will be collected and later
This event is open
to Worcester County residents only. A representative from MDE will be
on-site checking vehicle registration. For more information, contact
Worcester County Recycling Manager Ron Taylor at (410) 632-3177.