Fore! A term used rather often whenever I am playing golf to alert those down range of balls flying in all directions. While I admit, I am no Tiger Woods, I really do love playing golf leisurely or during the course of conducting business deals. The best time to play though is for a cause
There’s more to Calvert County that meets the eye, so let us show you just how amazing it is by featuring the people, places, and histories that make this county unique.
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One of my favorite things about living in Calvert County is the ability to buy fresh food from the very people who grow it. Between Calvert County farm stands, farms, and farmer’s markets, you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables that are grown right here. Stop and look. You’ll be amazed at the variety available.
You’ve probably heard about or seen the Calvert’s Best 2013 publication. In case you missed it, I’ll tell you more about Calvert’s Best and how to participate in the future. The idea was brought to life by Manish Dureja, a Calvert County resident and local business owner. This year Calvert’s Best also partnered with the
North Beach is a hub of activity in Calvert County, especially in the summer. However, with everything going on, it’s possible that you may have overlooked a small museum that displays some interesting local artifacts from bygone eras. If you don’t know about the Bayside History Museum, it’s worth a visit. The museum just celebrated
North Beach is already pretty crowded on a typical summer Saturday. Throw a food and wine festival into the mix, and you end up with a fairly frustrating parking situation. That was my first impression when I came to Eat, Drink, Go LOCAL. It took me nearly half an hour to find a parking spot,