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May 2013

Found 3 blog entries for May 2013.

The Kent Island Federation of Arts (KIFA) in Stevensville, Maryland is planning its fourth annual “Gardens By The Sea” tour for the weekend of June 8th and 9th, 2013.  Most gardens will either be directly on the Chesapeake Bay or on inlets of Cox and Thompson Creeks, Eastern Bay, Prospect Bay, and the Wye River.  Enjoy a self-guided tour of these gardens with docents greeting one at each garden and pointing out special features that make these gardens unique. There will be plein air artists at work as well.

In addition to beautiful flowers, gorgeous landscapes, water views and unique gardening techniques, a very special feature of this year’s tour once again will be the Cascia Vineyards on Kent Island.  With the KIFA Garden Tour ticket booklet,

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BOAT SLIP INCLUDED | BEACH | POOL

Condo is ideally located to capture spectacular Chesapeake Bay views. Recent updates include kitchen granite countertops and new hard wood floors.  An expansive porch off of the living room and master suite extends the living area.  the condo includes a boat slip, and access to the beach, boat launch and community pool.  Located just 12-miles from Historic Chestertown.  Offered at:  $235,000.  More Photos and Info



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Annual Chestertown Tea Party Festival | Saturday, May 25-26,  2013

The Annual Chestertown Tea Party Festival will be underway this weekend, May 25-26.  Events include the reenactment of the 'Tossing of the Tea Overboard' down on the Chester River.  Folks will be wandering around in Colonial costumes including the colonial militia reenactors.  Handmade crafts are for sale with demonstrations on how colonial items were made.  Enjoy great food and entertainment for the whole family.  A Walking Tour of the Historic District is also offered.  On Sunday, have fun watching the zany Annual Raft Race. 

Wine Tasting The Chestertown Tea Party will host a wine tasting. The event will be held at Wilmer Park from noon to 4 p.m. The event will feature ten local

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