Water / Ways comes to downtown Cambridge!
Join us at the Dorchester Center for the Arts October 19th through November 30th to view the Water / Ways traveling Smithsonian exhibit, local companion exhibit, and for a number of related special programs. the exhibit is installed on the second floor at 321 High Street.
Special programs include a speaker series, book discussion, river boat cruise, kayak paddles, walking tours and much more! All events are on our Downtown Cambridge event calendar and on our facebook page! Check out the event calendar HERE!
Water/Ways has been made possible in Cambridge and Dorchester County by Maryland Humanities and is part of Museum Main Street, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and State Humanities Councils nationwide. Support for Museum on Main Street has been provided by the United States Congress. Local partners include Cambridge Main Street / Downtown Cambridge, Dorchester County Tourism, Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, Dorchester Center for the Arts, WHCP Radio, Black Water Paddle & Peddle, Suicide Bridge Restaurant, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Harriet Tubman State Park & Visitor Center, Harriet Tubman Organization, Choptank River Lighthouse, Shore Rivers, Chesapeake Bay Trust, Horn Point Laboratory /UMCES, Richardson Maritime Museum, Dorchester Historical Society, Nanticoke Watershed Alliance.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We are looking for volunteer support as exhibit docents! Contact Ruth Clendaniel at or call 443-439-9037. To view volunteer shift or sign up online visit the ONLINE VOLUNTEER SIGN UP HERE.