Stories about the places that make Easton, Maryland great.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Deena Kilmon 410.829.4052 email@example.com www.DiscoverEaston.com Easton Economic Development Corporation February 23, 2023 For immediate release Chesapeake Fire & Ice Festival People’s Choice Awards Revealed! Easton, MD. – During the Chesapeake Fire & Ice Festival on February 17 and 18, 2023, visitors were asked to participate […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Deena Kilmon 410.829.4052 firstname.lastname@example.org www.DiscoverEaston.com Easton Economic Development Corporation February 6, 2023 For immediate release Chesapeake Fire & Ice Festival Schedule of Events Event Date & Time: February 17th – 5pm to 9pm & February 18, 12 – 9 PM Maps will be available during […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Deena Kilmon 410.829.4052 email@example.com January 23, 2023 For immediate release Celebrate Black History Month in Easton, MD Easton, MD – Rich with history and tales of new and old, Easton is the perfect place to dive into African-American History month and is the location of several educational and […]
Join Easton in celebration this annual light-hearted holiday parade featuring decorated golf carts, performers, and community groups. After the parade, join us on Harrison Street for the annual potato in the spoon race! Entries to the race will receive a chance to win prizes from Discover Easton! For more info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Friday in Easton, Maryland returns June 4 and Studio B Art Gallery is hosting a special reception celebrating the gallery’s featured artist of June, Hiu Lai Chong. Come see new art and enjoy great conversation from 5:00-7:30 p.m.Hiu Lai Chong is an oil painter who uses vivid colors and sensitive brushstrokes to express mood […]
Like every music venue across the world, the Avalon Foundation has struggled to find ways to present live music during the COVID pandemic. Since news broke in March, the Avalon Foundation has been committed to the safety and well-being of the community that it serves. Even today, when it could have audiences of up to 100 people […]
May 4th, 1979. Little did owner Linda Laramy think that Crackerjacks Toys and Children’s Books would still be around 40 years later. As she says, “It seemed like a good idea at the time”. Yes indeed, and so it began. Forty years brings changes to all of us. Two of Laramy’s children grew up in […]
I scheduled my first meeting with Ryan Groll of Eat Sprout for 9:00 a.m. on a Thursday. When I arrived, his wife and business partner Emily Groll said that he wasn’t in yet and was likely still trying to get the kids straight for daycare. Within minutes of returning to the office I had […]