Visitors to the 5th Annual Rock Hall Home for the Holidays Festival and Small Business Saturday celebration found plenty to do on Main Street including:
Stop by Grannys Goodies for a delicious treat
Shop for gifts with local flavor at High Tide
Say hello to Cricket at Cricket's Pet Supply
Get yourself some fashionable Rock Hall FallFest swag
Warm yourself by the fire at Fresh Start Food and Garden
Visit the Friends of Eastern Neck pop-up store in Durdings
Shop at the Bay Escape in Rock Hall Village
There was plenty of witchy fun during this year's Witches of Rock Hall held the weekend of October 27th sponsered by Main Street Rock Hall.
There was dancing, games, food and drink, shopping and much more. Main Street Rock Hall thanks all the volunteers who made the 2023 event a great success.
The Rock Hall Witches enjoyed all that Rock Hall has to offer including good food, shopping, site seeing, music and much more.
On Saturday morning the Witches landed on the shore of the beautiful Chesapeake Bay for a group photo.
A little rain did not dampen the spirits of the 2023 Rock Hall FallFest attendee's. There was great music, good food, nice people and, of course, plenty of Chesapeake Bay oysters.
The 2023 FallFest poster featured a photo by Rock Hall resident Heather Davidson who passed away in 2022 at the age of 92
Members of the Main Street Rock Hall committee were there to greet visitors
The Rock Hall FallFest committee supports FallFest through hat and t-shirt sales at their booth on Main Street
The rain did not dampen the spirits of FallFest attendees
Local watermen shucked over 4,000 delicious oysters and served them to eager FallFest Attendees
Rock Hall's famous Chester River Seafood's fried oysters and french fries were a big hit!
Visitors gathered outside and inside the MainStay to hear a variety of live artists perform
On Sunday, September 3rd, 2023, musicians from Kent County and beyond played a mix of music genres from various porches on Main Street Rock Hall. Porch-Fest attendees heard a range of musical genres, including country, folk, classical, and opera.
The 2023 Pirates and Wenches Weekend was held August 11th to 13th. Main Street Rock Hall extends heartfelt thanks to all our pirate guests, vendors, volunteer crew, and the Town of Rock Hall for helping to make the 2023 Rock Hall Pirates and Wenches Weekend one of the best ever.
Click on the image below to visit the Rock Hall Pirates and Wenches website.
Witches of Rock Hall weekend. Dancing, games, shopping, food and drinks and lots of witchy fun!! Come join us for the day or stay for the weekend and witches who brunch, witches yoga or come early for witches paddle out Friday evening!!
Our beloved mascots are back and ready for some photo ops with you!
Start looking for the 10 mascots around town between Memorial Day Weekend and July 1, 2022. (Hint… they like to eat!)
Take pictures of yourself with the mascots dressed to show their patriotism and post them on Main Street Rock Hall’s Instagram or Facebook page. See if you can find all 10 of them!
One lucky participant will be randomly selected as the winner of a basket of Rock Hall merchandise donated by Rock Hall Properties
May 11 from 1-4 pm at Java Rock & Bayside Foods
Community members joined the mural artists to become a part of this creative project.
Main Street Rock Hall is excited to be the new sponsor for all Main Street activities during Pirates & Wenches Weekend, August 9-11, 2019. Click here to find out more about Rock Hall’s Pirates & Wenches Weekend.
How about a new Rock Hall restaurant tradition? Mark your calendars for December 13-14 as we offer “Feast of the 7 Fishes… Rock Hall Style!” Which restaurant(s) will you select for these special evenings of dining?
Santa and the Mrs arrive by boat in Rock Hall Harbor at 6:00pm. They will then be transported to Sharp & Main Streets by fire truck.
Rock Hall Elementary School and Main Street Rock Hall (MSRH) worked together to create a one-of-a-kind piece of public art. This tribute to the Chesapeake Bay helped to brighten our community during a difficult time. Using yarn (knitting, crocheting, counted cross stitch, etc.) participants created one dimensional (flat) creatures or plants that represents some aspect of the Bay. Participants used bright colors and their imagination to create this project that covered a 6ft high and over 60 ft long area and was displayed during July and August of 2020.
Don’t give up the ship! We have planned some virtual and socially distant activities to feed our hungry Pirate Spirits.
A limited supply of shirts are available at The Hickory Stick or you can order your official Pirate “Lost at Sea” merchandise at:
Boy, is Main Street looking good! If you haven’t taken the opportunity to take a stroll, you’re missing out!
Photographers young and old, amateur and professional have filled many business windows and the result is heart-warming.
“Rock Hall Reflections” will be in place through mid October. We hope you’ll take the opportunity to enjoy the artistry!