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
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.
Chesapeake Beach is festive during the holiday season with the traditional dazzling light displays throughout the town. North Beach also gets in the spirit by lining the boardwalk and store fronts with lights and garland. The whole scene feels like a page out of a Norman Rockwell photo book. For the last eight years, the
The Twin Beach Players is a local theater troupe in North Beach that got its start in 1997 when Anne Remy and Joyce Halley decided to start a theater group. Their first production was “A Christmas Carol” in December 1997, and the group has been going strong since. This year they boast five different productions,
You may have seen signs throughout the county advertising Calvert Library’s upcoming Gala Art Auction. This year marks the second year of the fundraiser, and it promises to be a night full of fun, beautiful art, and tasty local foods and wines. I spoke with Penny Clark, one of the library’s organizers, and Kip AtLee,
The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage is an annual tradition that allows visitors to get a glimpse of many private homes and public historic sites throughout our state. This year, Calvert County was one of the featured destinations. I won tickets through the Maryland Office of Tourism, so I picked up a friend and some