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104 Bohemia Ave
Chesapeake City, MD 21915

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Champagne, chocolates or flowers
        Let us know if you are planning a special celebration - we can provide the extra touches.

Corporate rates:
        Bed and breakfasts are most comfortable for business traveling. Call us for rates, which are very competitive with local hotel chains, with more amenities. 410-885-5995 or
MBS Therapeutic Massage
~ Mind ~ Body ~ Spirit ~
General Relaxation Massage
Helping your body to increase in
Good health & well-being

Joan Alexander - Massage Therapist
Swedish Massage: $65.00/Session
Couples Swedish $120.00
Deep Tissue Massage: $75.00/Session
Couples Deep Tissue $140.00
Sports Massage: $80.00
Chair Massage: $30.00
Swedish Massage: The most common type of massage, and involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes, on topmost layers of muscles. This is also combined with movement of the joints. By relieving muscle tension, Swedish therapy can be both relaxing and energizing. And it may even help after an injury.
Deep Tissue Massage: Is best for giving attention to certain painful, stiff "trouble spots" in your body. The massage therapist uses slow, deliberate strokes that focus pressure on layers of muscles, tendons, or other tissues deep under your skin. Though less rhythmic than other types of massage, deep tissue massage can be quite therapeutic -- relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries, such as back sprain.

Sports Massage: Developed to help with muscle systems used for a particular sport, sports massage uses a variety of approaches to help athletes in training -- before, during, or after sports events. You might use it to promote flexibility and help prevent injuries. Or, it may help muscle strains, aiding healing after a sports injury.

Chair Massage: Chair Massage offers on average, a 20 minute massage and are done while you're seated fully clothed in a portable, specially designed chair. Typically involves a massage of your neck, shoulders, back, arms, and hands.
* All packages based on availability; special rate packages cannot be combined, or used with certain gift certificates*


Try a Sailing Adventure to the Inn!

     Frank McKee, a US Coast Guard licensed master captain and certified American Sailing Association instructor, shares his passion for all things nautical with an overnight sail from Baltimore to  Chesapeake City. 

Take a stab at chart reading, learn the principles of celestial navigation and try your hand at the helm to get a feel for how the wind's ebb and flow affects your course. Or, just sit back, sip champagne, munch on crab cakes and enjoy the view during the four-hour sail.

At Chesapeake City, a room here at "Inn at the Canal" awaits, with a gourmet breakfast prepared specially for you.  We will then pack you up with a special lunch surprise for the trip back to Baltimore.  For more information and reservations contact Captain McKee through his website: www.mckeenautical.com or call at 717-848-5818



Chesapeake City Events - 2014

Town Hall 10 -10 Artists Works on Exhibit----------------------May 9   (and every weekend through Autumn)

Chesapeake City and its surrounding area boasts a wealth of artists and artisans. This show is an opportunity for the public to meet the artists, see their work on display and show support through purchases. Opening night is May 9, but the ‘Town Hall 10’ artists will be present each Saturday through the fall to open the doors in the morning, answer questions, demonstrate, and take sales. Check out the list of artists participating below.   http://canalarts.net/index.html

Bluegrass Festival ------------------------------------------ June 14

     This will be our 2nd annual festival - This part of Maryland is a real hot-bed for bluegrass pickers and lovers alike - stay tuned for more details

5K Run/Walk ----------------------------------------------June 28 

      Fifth annual run/walk which supports our local recycling program. The race, which is open to athletes and recreational walkers alike, follows a straightforward and picturesque course. www.facebook.com/chesapeake.city.races.

Independence Day Weekend --------------------------------July 3 - 6

     This is Chesapeake City at it's finest, with the boat basin full of interesting ships both large and small and people from all around enjoying the laid back vibe.

     Can't miss the Parade and Fireworks Show on Friday the 4th - begins at 6:30 pm followed by music, food and fun in Pell Gardens. Fireworks at dusk are an awesome show of lights over the Canal, viewable from the North and the South sides of the Canal

ANTIQUE CAR SHOW -----------------------------------August 23

      Sponsored by the Lion’s Club -Collectible Cars, Street Rods, Trucks, Woodies, Wooden Boats and Antique Cars, fourth annual event gets bigger and better every year. 9:00 am – 3:00 pM  Details at www.ronfrancis.com/carshow.asp

Craft Beer & Restaurant Festival ----------------------- September 13

      Come sample over 20 craft beers, sample food from area restaurants, and enjoy music on the C&D Canal. 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

PAINT THE TOWN  ---------------------------------------------September TBA

     Painters of all stripes will set up around town all through the weekend to paint the picturesque waterfront, gardens, historic architecture and fantastic views of the canal and bridge. The weekend culminates in a wet paint exhibit and wine tasting, where the completed works will be available to view and to purchase. This is the 4th year for this event, which has grown in number and in stature ever year.  For more information:  http://www.chesapeakecityarts.com/

ANNUAL GHOST WALK --------------------------------------- October 24 and 25th

     Hooded Ghouls guide visitors who become a part of a murder mystery, performed by a professional acting troupe, unfolding on the porches and other hallowed locations in the historic district of this 19th-century canal town. Tours begin at 5pm, last tour departs Town Hall at 9 pm.

Pet Parade -------------------------------------------November 22

     You never know what kind of animals you will see, since we live in a rural locale!  Begins at noon

Candlelight House Tour ----------------------------------December 13

     Homes in the Historic District are open for tours on this night, all decorated to High Victorian Style, as only this restored 19th century village can do.

   Details on these events and more can be found at the Chesapeake City Chamber of Commerce website: www.chesapeakecity.com

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