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Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum 213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels, Maryland

The Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival features artisans from around the country exhibiting for sale coastal and sea-glass related jewelry, home décor, art, and more. Alongside the Miles River, the two-day festival ticket includes the arts festival, live music, and entry into all exhibitions and historic structures on the campus of the […]

Plein Air Easton Competition and Arts Festival

Easton, Maryland 11 South Harrison Street, Easton, MD

Plein Air Easton is the largest and most prestigious juried Plein Air painting competition in the United States.  Artists from all over the U.S. and beyond participate in this week-long festival. Amateurs can join in the fun as well during the highly anticipated Quick Draw Competition. This is art as spectator sport! Plein Air juried […]

2023 Media Marketplace

Canopy by Hilton at Pike & Rose 940 Rose Ave, North Bethesda, MD

This year’s MATPRA Media Marketplace will take place on July 31 - August 2023 in Montgomery County, Maryland. The MATPRA Media Marketplace is a great opportunity for both PR professionals and travel journalists to get together and discuss story ideas, arrange visits to our destination and talk about what’s new in our backyards. For more […]

Maryland Folk Festival

Downtown Salisbury, Maryland 110 N. Division Street, Salisbury, MD

After five years of hosting the National Folk Festival, Salisbury will host the Maryland Folk Festival from Friday-Sunday, Sept. 22-24. This large-scale, multi-day outdoor event celebrates the roots, richness and variety of American culture. It features hundreds of the nation's finest musicians, dancers, craftspeople and other keepers of culture in performances, workshops and demonstrations, plus […]

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It's time to cure that cabin fever and explore the splendors of Lehigh Valley. Restaurants open their patios for outdoor dining, miles of the region's trails thaw out for long bike rides, and seasonal blooms paint a picture perfect scene for heading out on a covered bridge tour. https://t.co/KN8cwxo3jp
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Camp, fish, hike, and zip line at Verdun Adventure Bound this spring. Stroll along Davis Street to shop and dine or plan an evening at Death Ridge Brewery enjoying live music, local food, and craft beverages while you watch the sunset. @VisitCulpeper https://t.co/Jrlr0DWLFY
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Grab friends looking to shake their booty at the Keystone Theater as the dance floor heats up while the temperatures plummet outside in late January. Local celebrities battle for a mirror ball trophy during BCRAC Dancing with the Stars Gala. @BradfordCounty_ https://t.co/EOcin4ZAi3
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At 148 acres of rolling hills and woodlands, Montgomery Hall Park is a great asset to Staunton. Once you’re on the looping miles of wooded hiking trails, you might actually forget that you’re within city limits. Hikers will often spot birds, squirrels, and deer. @Staunton
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Travelers visiting @Escape2TalbotCo for the upcoming vacation season are already booking their hotel, B&B, or vacation rental. They come to enjoy beautiful views, kayaking and biking the scenic trails, and feasting on delicious local crabs and oysters. #MATPRA https://t.co/eo5sk7FhQ3
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