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Spring is here - check out county attractions

April 05, 2007|by Tom Riford
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The Museum Ramble is set for May 5 and 6, from 1 to 5 p.m. each day. More than 15 museums around the county will open their doors with fun events, special displays, goodies, souvenirs, and more! Become a Rambler in May, and visit our area museums (we have more than 10 percent of all the museums in Maryland!). May 1 through May 6 is Washington County History Week, and the annual Museum Ramble has made statewide news, bringing attention to our interesting history and heritage.

The Museum Ramble will again be a self-guided tour. Most of the participating museums have opened their doors free of charge! Maps and directions to all the sites, as well as complimentary light refreshments, can be obtained at the Visitor Welcome Center in downtown Hagerstown. Not only are visitors invited to view museum collections and learn about the various unique features of this extraordinary county, but most of the museums have also planned special surprises!

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See the hundreds of things to do on the CVB's Calendar of Events - and the Web site is updated all the time. There are hundreds of opportunities to explore things in Washington County, to take part in events and activities, and to truly enjoy what's been called by a national magazine "A Best Place to Live." We urge everyone to Make Some Maryland Memories! www.marylandmemories.com.




Tom Riford is president and chief executive officer of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau. He can be reached at 301-791-3246. His column appears every month.

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