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We gave pie making a try at The Ugly Pie

We gave pie making a try at The Ugly Pie

If you've ever had a pie from The Ugly Pie, you know what the final product looks -- and tastes -- like. But have you ever seen the process from start to finish? 

Tourism Manager Kristen Goller had made pie before, but she got to learn...

March 26, 2021 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Five free things to do in Wicomico County

Five free things to do in Wicomico County

Wicomico County is home to a wide variety of attractions spanning from animals to the arts, but many of them have at least one thing in common: They're free to visit. Check out these no-cost activities. 

Explore a Park

Wicomico...

March 1, 2021 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Celebrate FeBREWary in Wicomico County

Celebrate FeBREWary in Wicomico County

In Maryland, February is FeBREWary. There are plenty of ways to enjoy craft beer in Wicomico County this month if you're 21+. Here are a few suggestions: 

Visit a Wicomico County brewery.

Wicomico County is home to three breweries -- Evolution Craft Brewing Company...

February 3, 2021 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Visit these Wicomico places during Black History Month

Visit these Wicomico places during Black History Month

During Black History Month this February, take time to learn about and celebrate Black history at these places in Wicomico County. 

Charles H. Chipman Cultural Center

See Delmarva's oldest African American church, which is located in Salisbury at the corner of Route 13 and Broad Street. The...

January 26, 2021 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Here are a few ideas for celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year

Here are a few ideas for celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year

We are only a few days away from Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and local organizations are offering virtual events to honor King. You can also honor his memory by participating in a service activity in your community. 

Tri-County...

January 14, 2021 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Ten things to do in Wicomico County in 2021

Ten things to do in Wicomico County in 2021

Happy New Year! I think we're all ready to say goodbye to 2020. Looking for ways to liven up your 2021? We came up with some ideas for things to do here in Wicomico County. 

At the beginning of 2020, we published a post called Ten...

December 30, 2020 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Ever wanted to learn to carve a decoy? We Tried It.

Ever wanted to learn to carve a decoy? We Tried It.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art is home to the world's largest public collection of decoys. But what actually goes into making a piece of wood look like a bird or duck? 

We decided...

December 10, 2020 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Jimmy the Elf is coming to town! Find him and win prizes

Jimmy the Elf is coming to town! Find him and win prizes

Wicomico County has a visitor from the North Pole. While he’s here, he’ll be on patrol.

Keep an eye out for that red elf hat. You just may earn a prize for that.

Christmas is three weeks away, and our visiting Elf on the Shelf, Jimmy,...

December 3, 2020 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Get these fun in-person and virtual holiday events on your calendar

Get these fun in-person and virtual holiday events on your calendar

This holiday season is certainly different, but there are still fun activities happening in Wicomico County, both in-person and virtual. We've found some events to add to the calendar that will get you in the holiday spirit. Because of the changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we would recommend...

November 30, 2020 by Vanessa Junkin
     
Where to find holiday gifts in Wicomico County

Where to find holiday gifts in Wicomico County

With Christmas just a month away and Hanukkah coming up in 15 days, it's time to start thinking about holiday shopping if you haven't already. We asked Facebook and Instagram followers where they like to shop for gifts and got some input — plus, we found some...

November 25, 2020 by Vanessa Junkin
     


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