Chesapeake 360 has long been one of my favorite publications in this area, even before I took over as its editor. The variety of departments and information is extensive and interesting — from homes and dining, to health and outdoor activities — I always find much more content than is possible to publish between these covers.
It’s a testament to the wide array of local events and interests gathered together on this unique little peninsula.
And this month is no different. Sandwiched in these pages, we present a smorgasbord of Eastern Shore activities, advice and information. Jennifer Chaney provides tips on boosting the curb appeal of your home in today’s real estate market. Tackle Box Tim gives us a peek inside his “modified” selection of lures in this month’s column and we got some suggestions for our favorite backyard events — end-of-summer parties!
Don’t miss our assortment of local events — CrowFest returns to Crow Vineyard and Winery to celebrate harvest season, Waterman’s Day takes over the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Aug. 13, and the Great Choptank Parish celebrates 325 years of history in Cambridge. Find all this and much more in our comprehensive calendar of regional events.
As always, I hope to see you out and about, enjoying all that this great area has to offer.