Chesapeake College opens exhibit on Second Saturday

CAMBRIDGE — Celebrate Second Saturday on Saturday with an art show opening in the Leggett Gallery at the Chesapeake College Cambridge Center from 5-6:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

This month, the gallery features the works of local photographer Bill Whaley. An East New Market resident, Mr. Whaley has traveled the globe photographing people and places in many countries. His favorite works, however, continue to result from his travels around the Delmarva Peninsula.

This exhibit will feature local scenes of wildlife, lighthouses, beaches and people that make the region special.

Refreshments for the opening reception will be provided by The Wine Bar.

For more information, please contact Marcie Molloy at 410-827-5825 or mamolloy@chesapeake.edu.

Founded in 1965 as Maryland’s first regional community college, Chesapeake serves five Eastern Shore counties – Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot. With more than 130,000 alumnae, Chesapeake has 2,300 students and almost 10,000 people enrolled in continuing education programs.

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