Today’s weather will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms likely after 1pm. A high near 79 and a low around 66.
Today is a great day to hike: Learn a little history about Swallow Falls State Park park and its interesting environment that surrounds it! This guided trail hike begins at 11:00am and meets at the Swallow Falls Campstore. (Appropriate footwear is recommended.)
And/or, join one of Herrington Manor’s Naturalists on a hike into an area known as Cranesville Swamp, “A window into an ice age’s past”! This hike is about two miles with a 10-minute drive to the location. Meet at the Herrington Manor Ranger Station. (Appropriate footwear is recommended.)
Meet at Herrington Manor Ranger Station at 5:00pm to join the Naturalist for some great fun learning to navigate with a compass and map; geared towards beginners of all ages. Rain or shine.
The Maryland Department of Tourism has released the most recent Maryland Tourism Monitor report; patrons at the Maryland Visitor’s Centers has gone up over 16%. Click through to see the full report.
Local Garrett County resident Mark Stutzman recently designed a stamp for the United States Postal Service — note the launch of the stamp design in the linked video from the National World War I Museum and memorial in Kansas City, MO (design revealed at 18:00 minutes).
The Garrett County Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations from Chamber members for Honorary Golden Ambassador (a person who has contributed to tourism in Garrett County). Contact Sarah Duck at 301.387.8746 to receive a nomination form.
Don’t forget to nominate your favorite services, products, experiences and professionals in the first-ever Deep Creek Times People’s Choice Challenge! Nominations close tomorrow and voting will begin…. may the People’s Choice win! 😊