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Things to do in Ocean City, Maryland March 5-11

Ocean City brings you music, community events, and shopping this week. Enjoy a night out at Fager’s, Seacrets or any other of Ocean City, Maryland’s marvelous restaurants. Attend the craft, art, and home expo another night this week. And finally, be a part of your community by going to a handbell concert or commemorative dinner. Make this week fun!

Ocean City, Maryland Entertainment

Things to do in Ocean City, MD; Live EntertainmentSeacrets always offers the people of Ocean City fun from dinner time into the wee hours of morning. This week, the restaurant/nightclub puts on an event that’s a little different. Thursday, March 8, Seacrets hosts their Lunasea Party, a night full of upbeat music, black lights, musicians, and DJs. Call Seacrets for more information: 410-524-4900. Friday, Seacrets returns to its famous and fun style–offering you great music for a great night. Total Whiteout plays from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. The young-spirited group covers music from Journey to LMFAO. Saturday brings Lost in Paris (left), a group that’s pro at entertaining large crowds. They play at 10 p.m. Also on Saturday, Full Circle revisits the stage with dance music at 5 p.m. Check out www.seacrets.com for more information.

Fager’s Island maintains a talented musical line-up this week with performances by Bryan Clark, two DJs and The Loop. Clark plays on Monday at 5 p.m. on stage. DJ Rob Cee is on deck at 9 p.m. on Friday. Saturday, The Loop revisits the stage at 10 p.m. Also on Saturday, DJ Groove plays at 9 p.m. on deck. All in all, there is fantastic music this week in Ocean City!

Ocean City, Maryland Community

Things to do in Ocean City, MD; Storm DinnerWant to show support for your favorite beach town? If so, the 50th Anniversary of the March 1962 Storm Dinner is for you. The Ocean City Museum Society (left) hosts this dinner event to remember the destruction, community support, and rebuilding of Ocean City during the “Storm of the Century” in March 1962. Contact Sandy Hurley for questions: 410-289-4991 or check out the Ocean City Museum Society’s website for information: www.ocmuseum.org. Show your community support on March 7th by coming to this dinner.

Here’s an interesting event you probably won’t come across too often: Ocean City’s Handbell Festival. Over 500 handbell ringers will play together under conductor Deborah Rice. This event may sound like Christmas, but it’s free and open to the public. Why not listen to something this inexpensive and rare? This event takes place at the Ocean City Convention Center March 10 at 4:45 p.m. Call 800-626-2326 or visit www.areaiii.org to learn more.

Ocean City, Maryland Shopping

Things to do in Ocean City, MD; Convention Center EventsInstead of spring cleaning this year, try redecorating! March 9-11, The Ocean City Convention Center (right)  holds a Home, Condo & Garden Show that’s also considered an art and craft fair. Look for bargains, talk to home renovation experts, and get ideas on redecorating at this all-in-one home event! Whether you have a lovely beach front condo or a home nestled in one of Ocean City’s cozy neighborhoods, you can pick up great tips and ideas at the show. The art and craft portion of this event means that decor and accessories will be available to peruse and purchase, too. Truly, there is something for all! Friday, the show is from noon to 6 p.m; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Visit www.ocpromotions.info to learn more or call
410-213-8090. Get your HGTV on!

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