Despite the snowy weeks of February and early March, my children were able to play outside without winter coats and snow suits during the late afternoon on Day Lights Saving’s. All this sunshine and melting snow has me thinking about Spring, which means outdoor egg hunts, woven baskets, and chocolate shaped bunnies. In Calvert County,
There’s always something new going on in Calvert County. From dragon boat races to cultural festivals, art and wine events to free concerts, there’s no reason to sit at home.
Want to know what’s going on this weekend? Watch this space. We’ll help you fill your calendar with all the amazing celebrations that Calvert has to offer, so you don’t miss another exciting local event.
I got to participate in a ladies’ self-defense seminar at Calvert MMA Academy in Sunderland on November 23. Coach Jim Thrift, the owner of Calvert MMA, led the seminar, and he taught 37 women various self-defense techniques and escapes. It was a great opportunity to learn some real-life ways of protecting ourselves, but it was
My daughters and I had the opportunity to help sort toys for Toys for Tots this year. I’ve seen their commercials and passed donation boxes in stores throughout the county, but I wasn’t clear on the scope of their mission locally until I got a chance to participate in it directly. Toys for Tots of
Ever since I had kids, and slightly before that if I am being truly honest, I have never been into the hoopla of the New Year’s Eve (NYE) celebration. I prefer to kick off my New Year’s Day being productive, not in recovery. To support this effort, I was on the prowl for some local,
The Chesapeake Village (CV) Luminaries are an annual December tradition. The effort began five years ago by a former CV resident, Karen St. Cooper. Since St. Cooper moved out of the neighborhood, Amber Whitlock and Michelle Weisburgh have taken over the luminary organization responsibilities. Witlock and Weisburgh have seamlessly continued to focus their best efforts