It’s difficult to imagine a time when school wasn’t compulsory or to envision a single teacher instructing seven grades together in one room, but there are those here in Calvert County who still remember that time and some who even attended The Port Republic School #7 before it closed in 1932. Hidden from view from
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If you’re free on Saturday and want to learn more about wine pairings and which area restaurants use locally-sourced ingredients, get out to North Beach between noon and 6 p.m. for the third annual Eat·Drink·Go LOCAL. This event offers an open-air market feel. Stroll among the stalls featuring handcrafted goods, cheeses, and local produce. Many
Annmarie Garden or Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center is one of those places that I enjoy visiting over and over again. The garden and woods change with the seasons and the indoor art exhibits are temporary, so I discover something new each time I go. Annmarie makes art accessible and fun, and there are
“Wine trail” or more specifically, the Patuxent Wine Trail, was not a term I was really familiar with when I moved to Southern Maryland. I spent four years in Germany, followed by four years in Washington State. And those are well-known wine regions, to be sure, but I would visit individual wineries or tasting rooms without giving