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Posts tagged ‘historic’

25
Apr

Friends of South Mountain State Battlefield Seeking New Members

Who: Open to the Public

What: Public Interest Meeting

When: Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m.

Where: Greenbrier State Park Visitor’s Center, 21843 National Pike, Boonsboro  

Cost: Free

Contact: 301-791-4767

The Friends of South Mountain State Battlefield is seeking new members to support and advance its cause of providing fun, family-friendly, historical events and interpretations associated with the area. Read more »

28
Sep

Repairs Scheduled for Casselman River Bridge

The historic Casselman River Bridge in Grantsville is scheduled to undergo repairs to address structural deterioration discovered earlier this year. Construction is set to begin on October 1 and should take about three months to complete. Read more »

24
Sep

Fort Frederick State Park Hosts 150th Anniversary Civil War Event

Historic Fort Frederick will take visitors on a journey back in time with Picketing the Potomac─ Retreat from Antietam, an event to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War. The program will feature volunteer reenactors portraying both soldiers and civilians from the American Civil War, taking place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on October 6 and 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on October 7.

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19
Sep

Rural Legacy Program Preserves 10 Acres in Washington County

The State has added 10 acres to its permanently protected rural landscape, eliminating three development rights in the Mid-Maryland Washington Rural Legacy Area. Governor Martin O’Malley and the Board of Public Works today approved funding to preserve the land through a Rural Legacy easement.

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17
Sep

DNR Seeks Partners to Restore Historic Houses in Cecil and Harford Counties

Citizens interested in becoming curators to the Old Bohemia house in Cecil County or the Stephenson property in Harford County are invited to join the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for one of its open houses. The estates are available for restoration under the Department’s Resident-Curatorship Program, which matches up historic properties with people interested in restoring, maintaining and periodically sharing them with the public in return for the right to lifetime tenancy.

“This program is great because it helps preserve these beautiful, historic landmarks, while allowing the curators to reap the rewards of their hard work by living in and enjoying the property,” said Emily Burrows, manager of cultural resources and curatorships for DNR. Read more »