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shop-totebagFour Rivers Heritage Area Eco-Friendly Tote Bag with Side Pocket

This recyclable mesh bag with top zipper and side pocket displays the Four Rivers burgee and website. It’s perfect for hauling groceries, taking to the beach at Sandy Point State Park, or to the park at Quiet Waters for a picnic. The bag measures 17½” tall by 14½” wide by 4¼” deep and is available in light blue with a dark blue trim.

$4.00 (plus $2.00 S/H) with PayPal!



 

shop-notecardsFour Rivers Heritage Area Note Cards

Four Rivers proudly presents a series of decorative note cards celebrating the preservation of the historical, cultural, and natural resources of the Heritage Area. Each note card is a beautiful representation of what makes our Heritage Area special and unique – the Chesapeake 20 sailboat, the native Blue Crab, the historic Maryland State House, and the Great Blue Heron in flight. Each set contains four 5½” x 4¼” ivory note cards with envelopes and can be tied with a bow or enclosed in a biodegradable clear cellophane bag. These cards can be used for all occasions and make great gifts for friends, family, and colleagues.

$5.00 each (plus $2.00 S/H) with PayPal!



 

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“Roots & Tides” Audiotour CD

“South of Annapolis, Maryland, across the South River, lies a stretch of rolling farmland dotted with maritime villages and known locally as South County, an area steeped in history and inextricably linked to the Chesapeake Bay. Whether you are at home, in a car or in a boat, journey with us as we trace the history of this land and meet its people, who are rooted to the soil, live by the rise and fall of the tides of Chesapeake Bay, and nurture their links to the past…..”

Journey with us through more than three centuries of history in southern Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Whether you are in a car, boat or classroom, “visit” the pastoral landscapes and maritime villages of “South County” with this award-winning 85- minute audio CD travelogue tour. Listen as local historians and long-time area residents tell the stories of tobacco and slavery, watermen and steamboats, architecture and “lost towns,” wars and religion. Enjoy lively folk songs, bluegrass music and spirituals by local performers. Use the accompanying interpretive map to navigate your tour of South County.

$8.00 each (plus $2.00 S/H) with PayPal!