CHESTERTOWN — Your ears aren’t deceiving you — there is holiday music playing on High Street.

With support from Chesapeake Bank and Trust, the Downtown Chestertown Association has installed two outdoor speakers on the roof the Historical Society of Kent County’s Bordley Center, 301 High St.

According to a news release, the speakers may be used to play seasonally appropriate music year round as well as make announcements.

WCTR’s Brian Moore and Leslie Sea provided technical support and musical arrangements, the release states, and Bob Ramsey of the Finishing Touch installed the system.

The release states DCA hopes to add speakers in the coming year, which will expand reach down both Cross and High Streets to encompass the whole downtown.

To assist with the expansion project, email downtownchestertown@ gmail.com.

The DCA is a nonprofit “dedicated to promoting businesses and professional services in and around Chestertown through activites that encourage residents and tourist to visit and shop locally,” its website states.

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