The Right Blend Blog

  • National Egg Nog Day

    December 19, 2019, by Liberty County

    National Eggnog Day is celebrated once a year on the day before Christmas. Eggnog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage associated with Christmas time that is generally made with milk and cream, sugar, eggs and spices. People commonly drink their first eggnog of the year at Thanksgiving and the last one at New Year’s Eve. Also known as egg milk punch,…

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  • Daughters of the American Colonists Welcoming a New Generation

    December 17, 2019, by Liberty County

    Celebrating 60 years this year, the Midway Museum is Georgia’s only colonial museum. The house is a reproduction of an 18th-century plantation home that was built along Highway 17, a once-bustling highway between Savannah and Brunswick. Many of the original furnishings, documents, clothing and artifacts from that period are housed throughout the museum meant to preserve the history of Saint…

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  • Ring in the New Year with this Lucky Recipe from a Liberty County Native

    December 16, 2019, by Liberty County

    The South is known for many things from our friendly personalities to our heavy accents and maybe most importantly our food! What you may not know is how traditional most Southern families are – so holidays mean a lot to us. Of course, it wouldn’t be a true Southern holiday without food and a lot of it! But we take…

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  • Experience the Spirit of Christmas Through These Memories of a Liberty County Native

    December 16, 2019, by Liberty County

    Around the holidays, I like to recall the sights, sounds and smells from my childhood Christmases at home in the 1950s. I remember the beautiful tree we had decorated in the corner of the front room. It was not a perfectly-shaped store-bought or artificial tree. Many times, Mama and I walked the woods around our farm trying to find the…

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  • A First-Timers Guide to Experiencing Liberty County Like a Local

    December 9, 2019, by Liberty County

    Photo courtesy of Bobby Cary There’s nothing quite as exciting as getting to explore a new location for the first time, but we all know sometimes planning a first-time trip can be a bit daunting. You want to make sure you see as much as you can while still relaxing because after all, it is a vacation! So we decided…

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  • 23rd Annual Christmas Parade: A Parade of States Is Coming to Main Street

    December 5, 2019, by Liberty County

    The 23rd Annual Christmas Parade is scheduled for this Friday. This year’s parade will be a procession of lights, bands, community leaders and floats commemorating the states that make up this great nation. We have been working hard all year to ensure that our community has an amazing experience that won’t soon be forgotten. Here is all you need to…

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  • Our Easy How-To Guide on a Classic Liberty County Holiday Oyster Roast

    December 2, 2019, by Liberty County

    When most people think of the holiday season they think of twinkling lights, presents wrapped in pretty bows, seasonal songs and good cheer all around. But here in coastal Liberty County, for most folks the holiday season means oysters! The dropping temperatures in the fall and winter months provide cooler water along our coast which is the best environment for…

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  • Let’s Take A Walk Around Liberty County

    November 27, 2019, by Liberty County

    A walking path can be found throughout Liberty County, whether you are along the lake at Bryant Commons or in Riceboro retracing the steps of our ancestors. The cooler weather is a welcome reprieve from the heat and humidity of summer! It’s nice when the temperature finally drops, and we can enjoy the outdoors even more. Below you will find…

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  • Discover this Sweet Fall Time Tradition from Days of Old in Liberty County

    November 25, 2019, by Liberty County

    The weather is cooler, and cane-grinding time is here. This is something most young people usually only know about from an agricultural exhibit. When I was growing up in Long County a, “few years ago” it was common for farmers to grind cane and cook syrup. This was a great time for the community to get together. Everyone had to…

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  • Shop Small, Support Local

    November 21, 2019, by Liberty County

    If large crowds and stuffed shopping malls do not sound like your idea of fun then we suggest ditching Black Friday for Shop Small Saturday. The event is held the Saturday after Thanksgiving to support small businesses in Liberty County. This is a day for you to get out with your loved ones and explore some local boutique shopping. Shop…

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