Snow Hill Christmas Market 2022

The 2022 Christmas Market is planned for Friday, December 2nd from 12 noon to 8pm.

Each year the Christmas Market is held in the Old Firehouse at 201 W. Green Street. Vendors present festive ornaments, gift items and baked goods.

The event is hosted by the Rotary Club of Snow Hill and the Town of Snow Hill and traditionally coincides with the December "First Friday" festivities.

Note: All of the booth spaces have been reserved at this time.

Lorissa McAllister – Town Promotions

(November 15, 2022) Lorissa McAllister, Director of Economic Development for the Town of Snow Hill, spoke at the November 15 meeting of the of the Snow Hill Rotary Club. Among her many duties Lorissa manages both the Main Street program and the Arts and Entertainment District for the Town.

A bike path program is being implemented to connect the various parts of the Town and eventually the surrounding region. Another project that is being considered by the Town Council would address landscaping and pedestrian upgrades for Bank Street from Green Street down to Sturgis Park.

Pictured here are Lorissa McAllister and Club President Betsy Gravenor-Stacey.

Learn more about Snow Hill events by visiting the Experience Snow Hill website.

Furnace Town Shed Dedication

(November 3, 2022) Through funding from both the Rotary Clubs of Snow Hill and Wicomico County, as well as a District 7630 Rotary Foundation Grant, Furnace Town Historic Site in Snow Hill has received a new storage shed as well as 15 event tables and 100 event chairs.

Furnace Town serves the community of the Lower Shore by providing a variety of educational and recreational opportunities and events at this unique historic facility. The shed will be used to store some of the site’s artifacts as well as event supplies. The new tables and chairs will increase Furnace Town’s ability to hold fundraising events (such as the Iron Furnace Fifty Bike Ride held annually in conjunction with the Snow Hill Club) which are critical to supporting the ongoing mission of the historical site.

Pictured left to right are: Snow Hill Club President Betsy Gravenor-Stacey, District Governor Cliff Berg, Furnace Town Executive Director Claudia Nagle, and Wicomico Club President Tracy Hajir.

More pictures from the shed dedication.