Living in Calvert County you’re bound to encounter a good snow storm at least every few years. I can recall ice storms in the 90s and the Snowmageddon of 2010. Over these and several other snow storms I have picked up a few tips that may help you weather the storm and help you actually
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Valentine ’s Day is just around the corner. Like most people you probably haven’t even thought of what to get your significant other this year or maybe you are tired of the standard chocolates and card routine. In either case a much more personal option exists. The Farthers And Sons Quartet (FSQ) has been offering
There’s something magical about a truly spectacular train set: the movement of the trains, the details in the buildings, the lights and smoke and surprises you find when you really look. I really don’t normally get excited by trains, but in North Beach, hidden away in a nondescript building, is by far the most intricate
If you haven’t driven through Prince Frederick’s Main Street during the holidays, you really need to take that detour, note the beautiful greenery, and then know that each item adorning the buildings and lamp posts were made entirely by hand by our own Calvert County Garden Club. It’s a tradition that began in 1930 and
On Sunday, I stopped by Calvert County’s only Christmas tree farm. When I pulled in, I saw Mr. Scrivener waiting for us with a big smile on his face and a basket of candy canes ready for the kids. You can tell that he loves what he does. He’s been happily running this tree farm