Its summer and we are well into the heart of growing season in Maryland. This is a great time to enjoy foods grown locally. Buying local food has many advantages. It helps support independent family farms in our community and strengthen our local economy. Farming is a family business that is…
EARLEVILLE — In honor of the largest water lily in North America, Mount Harmon’s Lotus Blossom Festival on Saturday, Aug. 10, will feature the event’s eponymous flower, an array of artisans and craft vendors, colonial living history, bluegrass music and much more.
NORTH EAST — With summer at our doorstep, the Women’s Civic League of North East will once again host its annual Secret Garden Tour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
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ELKTON — As technology progresses, more people are able to access information through their screens. But Sandy Biggs said it’s still nice to be able to take a walk along the paper trail of history and hold physical reminders of the past.
ELKTON — Now that the hustle and bustle of the winter holidays has ended, it is the perfect time to relax and unwind at Cecil College’s Mind, Body & Spirit Festival on Jan. 18 and 19, said Tammy Rapposelli, lifelong learning program and event coordinator at the college.
ELKTON — While art enthusiasts are accustomed to finding paintings and other artworks inside of the Cecil County Arts Council, this month they will discover some unexpected masterpieces in time for the holiday season.
PORT DEPOSIT — The Candlelight Tour returns this Saturday, giving the public a rare opportunity to see the inside of more than a dozen historic homes along Main Street.
EARLEVILLE — Mount Harmon Plantation is bringing the beauty of their nature preserve inside their doors with decorations fashioned by the Greenfingers Garden Club for the annual Yuletide Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, and Sunday, Dec. 2.
ELKTON — As the weather gets cooler, it’s time to enjoy some of the many varieties of winter squash that are currently available at the grocery store or local farm markets.