Mothers Day in Annapolis

Mother's Day is right around the corner, which means that it's time to plan a day just for your mom. If you're looking to head out as a family to brunch in Annapolis, here are some of the best spots for your Mother's Day outing. Carrol's Creek Cafe. This upscale seafood restaurant offers an elaborate […]

Celebrate Earth Day on the Square This Saturday, April 23

Celebrate our planet on Earth Day this Saturday, April 23 at Earth Day on the Square! This all-ages event takes place in Leonardtown Square from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Earth Day on the Square will have a live animal petting zoo, hands-on education, and eco-friendly products for sale and sample. You'll also enjoy live […]

The Spring Sailboat Show in Annapolis is April 28 – 30!

Get outside, enjoy the weather and admire beautiful sailboats at The Spring Sailboat Show in Annapolis from April 28 through April 30. This annual event features catamarans, mono hulls, racing boats, and inflatables for residents of all ages to enjoy. There will be a total of over 100 new and brokerage boats at The Spring […]

Learn About the History of Cherry Blossoms in Washington, DC!

The cherry blossom trees are the unofficial signs of spring in the DC area, and there's even a whole festival dedicated to their beautiful blooms. When you're admiring their beautiful flowers, however, do you ever take a moment and wonder where they came from or how the festival started? Here are some fascinating facts about […]

Learn About Different Ways to Celebrate Christmas Around the World

Your family has its own special Christmas traditions, and for the most part, they're likely similar to other families around the country. However, it's amazing to think about the different Christmas traditions that families have all around the world. Here are just a few fascinating facts about how people celebrate Christmas around the world. In […]

Holiday Fact of the Day: What is the #1 Selling Toy in History?

It seems like every year, there's a must-have toy that absolutely flies off the shelves around the holidays. From the Furbies of the early 2000s to the Hatchimals of today, parents everywhere rush to buy these toys for their little ones — and often pay far more than face value to get them. This made […]

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