Maryland State Fair
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Sinbad. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Maryland State Fair.
Patios, kitchens, flowers and much more. It’s all part of the 33rd annual Maryland Home and Garden show.
It’s one of the most popular attractions during Baltimore’s holiday season. The 23rd annual Festival of Trees gets underway Friday in Timonium.
One of the most anticipated events that kicks off the holiday season is right around the corner. The Festival of Trees starts the day after Thanksgiving.
Santa’s very own theme park, the Festival of Trees presented by the Kennedy Krieger Institute, features more than 600 trees, festive wreaths and homey gingerbread towns, all decorated by local designers. Visitors may celebrate the upcoming holiday with a happy heart, knowing all proceeds and donations from the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees will benefit the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
A Maryland seafood company says it has broken its own record for the world’s largest crabcake.
If you haven’t been yet, Labor Day is the last day to attend the Maryland State Fair.
A Carroll County teenager has been named Miss Maryland Agriculture 2012.
The Maryland State Fair — also called the 11 best days of summer – has started. More than half-a-million people visit every year.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Amanda Orozco. She’s a performer for Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Maryland State Fair at the Timonium Fairgrounds.
If you’re an animal lover, all roads lead to Timonium this weekend. You’ll find dogs, cats, birds and a whole lot more at the Maryland State Fairgrounds.
Hurricane Irene is having a lasting impact beyond the power problems. Both Ocean City and the State Fair had an entire weekend literally washed out, costing thousands of dollars.