A joint project with the Kent County Arts Council and Main Street Rock Hall is now complete. Three new and beautiful murals have replaced the three deteriorating murals on the back of Java Rock, the side of Bayside Foods and the back of The Mainstay. Through the efforts of three talented artists as well as community and school participants, you can view and enjoy all. We are thankful for the generous financial contributions of many!
We are developing short and long-term goals for downtown revitalization. Target areas include economic incentives, event planning, strategies to attract and retain local businesses.
Finally, after a challenging 14 months or so, we are able to have a “quarterly” Main Street Rock Hall meeting, open to the public! You are invited to attend Tuesday, June 15 at 5:30PM at Java Rock.
Last year’s Yarn Bomb was such fun… we’re planning another! This year’s theme is “Pirates” in anticipation of the 14th Pirates Festival in August. We would like to have it up on the Rock Hall Elementary School’s fence on Sharp Street beforehand. So, get out those crochet hooks and/or knitting needles and help us surpass the creations from last year! Use your imagination…. anything pirate related, like pirate ships, mermaids, cannons, swords, skull and crossbones, pirates themselves, treasure chests… whatever you can come up with. The more colorful, the better! Turn them in at The Hickory Stick. 21326 E Sharp Street prior to July 3. Shoot us an email if you have any questions.