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Partner Spotlight: Bucktown Village

The Bucktown Village Foundation is a dedicated and respected leader committed to the preservation and promotion of Harriet Tubman's childhood home and uplifting the broader story of the Underground Railroad throughout Dorchester County and Maryland's Eastern Shore. (Click the headline to read more.)

Heritage Board Nominees Sought

The Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area is seeking nominations for their Management Board. The Heritage Board’s mission is to protect and preserve Dorchester County’s history, natural resources and culture and to promote economic development through heritage tourism. Nominations are due Nov. 30. (Click the headline to read more.)

Partner Spotlight: Alpha Genesis

Alpha Genesis Community Development Corporation is dedicated to celebrating Dorchester heritage and connecting the community through the shared experience of art and culture. They have evolved from orchestrating community conversations to producing fabulous public art projects and programming. (Click the headline to read more.)

Take the Tubman Byway Visitor Survey

The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, Dorchester County Tourism, and additional partners are teaming up to understand how visitors use the 125-mile scenic Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway. (Click headline to read more)

Partner Spotlight: East New Market

The Town of East New Market was the first municipality in Dorchester County to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places. As one of the founding members of the Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area, the town has long been a dedicated advocate for preserving local heritage. (Click the headline to read more.)

Rising Up Awards

The Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area and the Dorchester Business Resource Group are accepting nominations for their Rising Up Awards, initiated this year to celebrate the individuals and organizations who have helped to address the challenges of a deadly pandemic and societal unrest in 2020. (Click the headline to read more.)

Partner Spotlight: Nause-Waiwash

Partner Spotlight: The Nause-Waiwash Band of Indians are committed to preserving and promoting their rich history and culture on the Eastern Shore. Native American Heritage is one of the founding themes of our Heritage Area, which prioritizes stewardship like that demonstrated by the Nause-Waiwash. (Click the headline to read more.)

Partner Spotlight: Center for the Arts

The Dorchester Center for the Arts is an organization that epitomizes one of the themes that define our Heritage Area. DCA is dedicated to enriching Maryland’s Eastern Shore community with high quality arts programming and is a stalwart heritage partner committed to increasing access to the arts for all members of our community. (Click the headline to read more.)

Mini-Grant Applications Open

The Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area (HCCHA) is accepting Mini-Grant applications for projects that enrich heritage resources or events in the Heritage Area. These small, matching grants of up to $5,000 are available to local municipalities and non-profit organizations with​in the HCCHA. (Click the headline to read more.)

Partner Spotlight: Historical Society

The Dorchester Historical Society is perhaps best known for its campus with the Meredith House and the Heritage Museums and Gardens of Dorchester. But its mission goes much deeper as the organization and its volunteers preserve, research, educate and celebrate the history and traditions of Dorchester County. (Click the headline to read more.)

Guide to boating, paddling during COVID-19

Everything you need to know: Public launches, Cambridge Yacht Basin, private marinas, kayak and SUP tours ready to welcome summer 2020 visitors. Boating and paddling can be a great way to get outdoors while still practicing social distancing. (click headline for more)

Partner Spotlight: Town of Vienna

Heritage Partner Spotlight: The quaint town of Vienna is a historic crossroads village on the Nanticoke River, dating from early colonial times. Steeped in tradition and history, Vienna has managed to preserve much of its charm and quiet lifestyle for more three centuries while finding ways to share and celebrate its rich heritage. (Click the headline to read more.)

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