Ocean City Kids Need Things To Do
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Ocean City Kids Need Things To Do

Ocean City Kids Need Things To Do What to do with the kids while we are at home? Playgrounds are closed Gyms and fitness centers are closed Schools…

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Love On Tap Craft Beer Festival WEEKEND DEALS!
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Love On Tap Craft Beer Festival WEEKEND DEALS!

Love On Tap Craft Beer Festival WEEKEND Shore Craft Beer: Love on Tap Craft Beer Festival is being held on Saturday, February 29th in Ocean City, Maryland. The…

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Ocean City Birding Descriptions
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Ocean City Birding Descriptions

As a teaser, here are some descriptions of birds you may see while you are on the shore. For a Worcester County Birding Guide, click here. American Oystercatcher…

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Creature Feature: Wildlife in Winter in Ocean City, Maryland and Beyond
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Creature Feature: Wildlife in Winter in Ocean City, Maryland and Beyond

Creature Feature: Ocean City, Maryland Wildlife in Winter in and Beyond Wildlife’s Winter Strategies in Ocean City, Maryland and Beyond For this chapter of Creature Feature we will…

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Dog friendly Winter Activities
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Dog friendly Winter Activities

Last Wednesday, The conversation in my house went like this: T: “What do you think? Should we go down to the beach this weekend?” A: “Well, there’s not…

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This Week in OC: Endless Summer Cruisin’ is Packed FULL!
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This Week in OC: Endless Summer Cruisin’ is Packed FULL!

Endless Summer Cruisin’ Many waited for this special week in Ocean City since last year, & we can see why! Endless Summer Cruisin’ PACKS the the town with…

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Rackliffe House: Colonial Fair, Sunday, October 13, 2019
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Rackliffe House: Colonial Fair, Sunday, October 13, 2019

Rackliffe House, a 1740’s restoration, is presenting their first Colonial Fair to celebrate the early years of the building of Rackliffe House. On Sunday, October 13, 2019, from…

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New slavery exhibition opens at Rackliffe House this May
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New slavery exhibition opens at Rackliffe House this May

An exhibition entitled “The Enslaved at Rackliffe House and Worcester County, MD: A Local Story,” opens to the public at Rackliffe House near Assateague Island National Seashore on…

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Where do Assateague ponies get their names?
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Where do Assateague ponies get their names?

Gokey Gogo Bones, Bodacious Bob, Sarah’s Sweet Tea, Johnny’s Star… The Assateague Horse ID app will tell you a lot about the island ponies, including their names, but…

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Creature Feature: Exploring Assateague’s Marine Life
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Creature Feature: Exploring Assateague’s Marine Life

Driving onto Assateague from the Maryland side on Route 611, the Assateague Island Visitor Center appears to the right of the road before you cross the Verrazzano Bridge.…

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