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Waterfowl Festival Wins Community Impact Award

Waterfowl Festival Wins Community Impact Award

Today, the Talbot County Office of Economic Development and Tourism announced its annual Community Impact Awards for 2021. The Waterfowl Festival was a recipient of one of six awards presented during their annual Business Appreciation Summit, a virtual event that...

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Applications for Perry Scholarships Now Open

Applications for Perry Scholarships Now Open

The William A. Perry Scholarship Program was established by the Board of Directors of the Waterfowl Festival in memory of one of its principal founders and former President – Mr. William A. Perry. Administered by the Festival’s Scholarship Committee, a Scholarship...

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Festival Mourns Loss of Founder, Former Chair

Festival Mourns Loss of Founder, Former Chair

January 26, 2021 - Last week, the Waterfowl Festival learned of the passing of Betty Perry, who along with her husband Bill was a founding member of the very first Waterfowl Festival in 1970. Betty was a longtime volunteer for the Festival and its unofficial historian...

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Window Restoration Project at Waterfowl Building Complete

Window Restoration Project at Waterfowl Building Complete

Waterfowl Chesapeake is excited to announce that the restoration of the historic steel frame windows at the Waterfowl Building is complete. The intensive $100,000 project was funded by Maryland Historical Trust’s Historic Preservation Capital Grant Program back in...

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2020 Hall of Fame Awardees Announced

2020 Hall of Fame Awardees Announced

The Waterfowl Festival Board of Directors is proud to announce the outstanding artists and volunteers who have been nominated and inducted into Hall of Fame for 2020 - renowned Sculptors William H. Turner and David H. Turner; former Board Member and Sculpture Gallery...

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