Paddle Jam on June 24


Talbot County Young Professionals and Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy through a grant from Toyota SPLASH Event Series will present Paddle Jam on Saturday, June 24, 2017.  Paddle Jam is a community event on the Tred Avon River with post paddling festivities at Easton Point Marina. Supporters and sponsors making this event possible include: Easton Point Marina, Wahe SUP, Bay Imprint, National Premium, Shore United Bank, Tawney Accounting Group, Pixel Post & Print, CBIZ, Avery Hall Benefit Solutions, Green Eyes LLC, Easton Economic Development Corp, Konsyl Pharmaceuticals, M&T Bank and What’s Up Magazine.

This six-mile paddling event will leave from and return to Easton Point Marina. Paddle Jam is scheduled to take place rain or shine.  Launch will begin at 10:30 a.m. Following the six-mile Tred Avon River paddle, there will be a community event at Easton Point Marina until 6 p.m. with food and drink vendors and live music by the Justin Ryan Band.

The Paddle Jam will include a poker run, where participants can pick up poker cards from designated boats along the river, and at the end participants can turn in their hand for a chance to win a prize. The grand prize is Sun Dolphin Aruba 10 foot Kayak that comes with a paddle!

Registration fee for Paddle Jam is $35 in advance. People who wish to register the day of will pay $40, and to just attend the after party without participating in the paddle will cost $5 per person. People who are registered for the entire event will receive an event T-shirt.  Register for Paddle Jam at or call the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce at 410.822.4653.

Don’t have a vessel to paddle, no problem. Rental may be reserved and waiting for you at Paddle Jam:
• Wahe SUP – (410) 924-0919 or
• Easton Point Marina – (410) 822-2355
• Easton Cycle and Sport – Call (410) 822-7433 or visit

Paddle Jam is still looking for sponsors, prizes and participant goodie bag items.  Please call, 410.822.4653, or email,, if you would like to support.


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