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23 Sites to See in Anne Arundel County

In December 1649, the first European settlers supplanted the Susquehannocks and formed a new settlement north of the Severn River. They named it Providence. Now almost 375 years later, Anne Arundel County encompasses 376,000 acres and sits at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, enticing visitors from…

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Chesapeake Arts Center

Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) Celebrates Platinum Anniversary The colorful façade gives us a glimpse into the spectrum of creativity, diversity, and community found inside the doors of Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC), a 58,000 square foot multi-disciplinary arts facility in Brooklyn Park. CAC is now…

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Maryland Day: History Hop Your Way Through the County

The State of Maryland cordially invites one and all to celebrate her 388th birthday at a weekend-long party called Maryland Day, held this year from March 25-27, 2022. That’s right, Maryland Day is back this year with over 60 in-person and virtual events within Anne Arundel County that celebrate…

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Golf in the Time of Covid

Renditions' Iconic 13th Hole, photo courtesy of Renditions. Anne Arundel County is blessed with five beautiful golf courses that are doing their best to ensure that golfers get full enjoyment of the sport while staying safe from Covid-19. These courses, Renditions, The Golf Club at South River…

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Quiet Waters Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Artist Joe Barsin created this commemorative poster for the 30th anniversary of Quiet Waters Park. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County. When I first started looking at houses in the area in 2002, the goal was to get outside the hectic pace of life inside the Washington Beltway. Our real estate…

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Art for All at Maryland Hall

Dancers from Fidget Arts. Photos courtesy of Maryland Hall. Summer has arrived and it's time to get out, enjoy some live performances, or maybe catch a flick on a big screen. Even in the social distancing atmosphere, tis' the season to embrace the sunshine, be creative, and experience the arts…

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Historical Markers: Churches in Anne Arundel County

From the time of William Penn up until the first World War, Anne Arundel County has used its religious background to promote tolerance and freedom of religion. In honoring these historic buildings, many that have been restored, designated historical markers, and have a sitting congregation to this…

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