The Talbot Historical Society’s latest exhibit, Historic Decoys of Talbot County, is currently on display on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through December 8. The county’s best-known early carvers will be featured, including The Elliott Brothers, Edmund Hardcastle, Ed Parsons and Richard T. Tilghman. Most of these decoys are from private collections with many being displayed in public for the first time
The decoy exhibit is housed in The Galleries at Neall House, located at 29 South Washington Street in Easton. During the Waterfowl Festival weekend, November 9 through 11, the exhibit is open the same hours as the festival.
Come and visit the display for all those who enjoy decoys and waterfowl!