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Have a stinkin’ good time in the Laurel Highlands! On the third weekend of every August, there is a certain aroma that rises from Faranda Farm. What could it be but the wonderful scent of the “stinkin’ rose” – garlic. This weekend-long event brings guest chefs to demonstrate their garlic specialties with free recipe samplings, a mouthwatering farm-to-table garlic dinner paired with local wine and moonshine, workshops for garlic growers, plenty of fresh garlic, garlic foods, herbs, garlic kitchen utensils, clothing, live music and much, much more. Come and have a stinkin’ good time!
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Have you been to Lake Erie Wine Country? VisitErie made this TripSavvy list for its wine! 🍷 ...
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Visit Alexandria VA is highlighted by Departures as one of the top 20 destinations to visit in 2020. www.departures.com/travel/travel-bucket-list ...
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Head to Southern Delaware later this month January 24th-26th for the 5th Annual Winter Delmarva Birding Weekend, which celebrates the waterfowl, seabirds, shorebirds, raptors — and seals! — that are on full display in the mid-Atlantic during the winter months. Birding trips include a near-shore maritime boat cruise from Lewes, DE, to enjoy seals and pelagic and arctic migrants, eagle-watching trips, and jaunts in Delaware and Maryland through some of the most pristine public and private habitats on the East Coast. Get out and connect with some of the native and migratory birds and species that flock to Southern Delaware each winter! www.visitsoutherndelaware.com #birding #seals #eagles #audobon #birdwatching #nature #winterfun #wintergetaway #naturephotgraphy #seashore ...
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Quarterly meetings start at 10 a.m. and end at approximately 2 p.m. with a working lunch.