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To stay up to date with what is happening in the Mountainside of Maryland visit our partners with Allegany County Tourism to view a full calendar of events and never miss another event. Explore the mountainside and plan your trip before you arrive.

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The Maryland Heritage Areas Program is governed by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority (MHAA) and administered by the Maryland Historical Trust. MHAA provides targeted financial and technical assistance within thirteen locally designated heritage areas, each of which has a distinct focus or theme that represents a unique aspect of Maryland’s character. Local partners operating within Heritage Areas may be eligible for a variety of benefits designed to support economic development through heritage tourism, including grants, tax credits and loans. Together, MHAA, the heritage areas and local partners support the economic well-being of Maryland’s communities by promoting, sustaining and creating place-based experiences for visitors and residents alike.

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    Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority

    Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority
    Western Maryland Railway Station, Room 301
    13 Canal Street, Cumberland, MD 21502
    Telephone: 301-724-3655
    Fax: 301-724-3659
    Web: passagesofthepotomac.org