One photo = One entry
Do you love taking pictures? Do you love the lower Eastern Shore? Then you should enter the Beach to Bay Photo Contest this month!
We are looking for high resolution photographs depicting the historic, cultural, or natural beauty within the three lower shore counties of Worcester, Wicomico, or Somerset. Amateurs and professional photographers are both welcome to submit entries and there are no limits on the number of photos you submit. Each submission will count as one entry in the contest.
We will post several of the photo submissions when we announce the winner on October 20th.
Deadline & Winner Announcement:
The deadline for entry is midnight October 19th and a winner will be announced on the Beaches Bays Water Ways Facebook page on October 20th.
All photos and the rights to use those photos are transferred to the Beach to Bay Heritage Area when the photo is submitted as part of this contest. The Beach to Bay Heritage Area will use these photos on our website, on our social media channels and wherever else we choose.
Breweries, Meaderies, and Even an OCtoberfest to Bring You to the Shore.
Those who have been trying to keep an eye on the craft beer scene of Maryland’s Eastern Shore lately can hardly blink without missing something new: a new beer, a switch to cans, take-out and delivery options. You can even buy beer online from some breweries and have it sent to you. The COVID crisis has changed the landscape. However, the Lower Shore has been lucky; not only do we still host all the breweries open last Fall, we have even seen the opening of the first farm brewery and a meadery.
Great Options for a Beercation this Fall with Many Ways to Save Money
October is known as a beer month. The annual Oktoberfest celebration in Munich, Germany was cancelled, but luckily for us, we have many breweries and events to help us celebrate the start of Fall. Starting in Ocean City, Maryland and making our way to Salisbury is a great way to enjoy this autumn’s best beer and breweries here on the Lower Shore.
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Bicycling is a great activity when trying to social distance and still get outside and enjoy spectacular scenery and a little exercise. There is no better place than the Eastern Shore of Maryland with its deserted country roads, rivers, and ferries. Jody Arneson at Mid Atlantic Day Trips explored White Haven and Wicomico County in an article early this year that includes fabulous pictures to whet your appetite. They started at the Whitehaven Hotel on the banks of the Wicomico River, loaded their bikes on the ferry where they spoke with the ferryman, Dennis. See what they saw and learn what the lower shore offers to both casual and serious bicyclists.
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