ST. MARY’S COUNTY FAIR PROGRAM 74TH ANNUAL FOR 2021

Announcing the 2021 Edition of the St. Mary’s County Fair – an adventure in Agricultural Achievement complete with fun, entertainment, livestock auctions, horse pulls, tractor pulls, livestock exhibits, crafts and prize-winners, rides galore and some of best Fair Food available anywhere in the nation!  DOWNLOAD A FAIR CATALOG HERE – ENTRY FORM FOR EXHIBITS Friday, …

ST. MARY’S FAIR SEPT. 23, 24, 25, 26, 2021: The original agricultural fair retains identity and purpose with emphasis on farming; bring the family for learning, good food, tractor and horse pulls and endless exhibits

St. Mary’s Fair News Over the Decades MCKELDIN TALKS AT FAIR Crowns ‘Queen of Tolerance’ At Leonardtown LEONARDTOWN, MD.  Sept. 21, 1956 – Governor McKeldin today attacked intellectual intolerance in America – “the theory that is wrong to even to think thoughts not approved by the majority.” The Governor made his remarks while crowning the …

MARYLAND HISTORY: Front and Center for Sgt. Owings, Calvert Delegate Sworn In as Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs

Front and Center for Sgt. OwingsCalvert Delegate Sworn In as Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs Maryland’s Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs George Owings III, of Calvert County Maryland Senate President Mike Miller (D. Prince Georges, Calvert), left; George Owings, center, Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch (D. Anne Arundel) at right. Winning the applause of both the Minority …

HISTORY IN PHOTOS: Presidential funerals FDR

PRESIDENTIAL FUNERALS: In the early afternoon of April 12, 1945, President Roosevelt was in his private cottage at Warm Springs, Georgia, signing papers and sitting to have his portrait painted. Slowly he raised his hand to his head complaining of a debilitating headache. He then slumped forward, losing consciousness. At 3:35 p.m. he was pronounced …

Star-Spangled Banner Buoy placed to mark the site of Francis Scott Key writing National Anthem

The Crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter James Rankin, homeported in Baltimore, set the Francis Scott Key memorial buoy in the Patapsco River, June 15, 2020. The buoy sits between the Francis Scott Key Bridge and Fort McHenry to mark the approximate location where Key wrote the National Anthem.(U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty …

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