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 April Events

13 Monday
  7 pm The Majestic Theater presents A View From the Bridge.  The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie's jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret - one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.  25 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg.  For more information call 717-337-8200 or visit www.gettysburgmajestic.org/
     
14 Tuesday
     
15 Wednesday  
     
16 Thursday  
     
17 Friday  
     
18 Saturday  
     
19 Sunday  
  4 pm Music Gettysburg! presents Wayne Hill & Friends. Music, Gettysburg! is a premier concert series featuring international, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region. The Seminary Chapel is on Seminary Ridge in Gettysburg. For more information about this and other concerts in the Music, Gettysburg! schedule, please call 717-338-3000 ext. 2197 or visit the Music, Gettysburg! web site: www.musicgettysburg.org
  7 pm The Majestic Theater presents Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee.  Lancelot, Guinevere, Merlin and Mark Twain himself (as Hank) come tumbling your way in this satirical tale from America's favorite humorist. Wander with Twain as he time travels from the 19th Century to 6th Century England's medieval times through the eyes of Hank Morgan of Hartford, Connecticut who, after a blow to the head, awakens to find himself transported back to the time of legendary King Arthur.

The Majestic Theater, 25 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg. For more information call 717-337-8200 or visit www.gettysburgmajestic.org

     
20 Monday  
     
21 Tuesday
7 pm

Mother Seton School Young Authors Night. We invite you to come out and encourage the next generation of Faulkners, Poes, and Seusses! Enjoy literary works by MSS student authors in grades Pre-K through 8, meet the authors, and leave them a message in their guestbooks. For more information, contact us at 301-447-3161 or visit www.mothersetonschool.org.

  
22 Wed
     
23 Thursday
  All day 17th Annual Greyhounds in Gettysburg.  Greyhounds in Gettysburg is a 3-day event designed to celebrate the retired racing greyhound! More than 60 vendors selling dog items (not necessarily all greyhound related), fun activities, a costume contest and games, and several educational sessions by dog professionals in the areas of health, nutrition, and behavior. Any dog lovers may attend and well-behaved dogs over 50 pounds are welcome inside the Expo Center. Adoption groups will have adoptable greyhounds available. Visit our web site for details, and to register for the other events offered.

Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center and Gettysburg Family Amusement Complex, 2638 Emmitsburg Road
Gettysburg.  For more information call 814-933-6981 or visit
www.greyhoundsingettysburg.org
     
24 Friday  
  All day 17th Annual Greyhounds in Gettysburg.  Greyhounds in Gettysburg is a 3-day event designed to celebrate the retired racing greyhound! More than 60 vendors selling dog items (not necessarily all greyhound related), fun activities, a costume contest and games, and several educational sessions by dog professionals in the areas of health, nutrition, and behavior. Any dog lovers may attend and well-behaved dogs over 50 pounds are welcome inside the Expo Center. Adoption groups will have adoptable greyhounds available. Visit our web site for details, and to register for the other events offered.

Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center and Gettysburg Family Amusement Complex, 2638 Emmitsburg Road
Gettysburg.  For more information call 814-933-6981 or visit
www.greyhoundsingettysburg.org
  5:30 pm Grace United Church of Christ Basket, Bag & Cash Bingo Fundraiser  to support the church and local food bank. GUCC would like to thank the community for their support of the last bingo.  This year proceeds will also help with the hosting of the Willet Searchlight Worship & Meal Packing Spring Tour on May 23rd. Grace UCC will be helping the Willet Band by packing 10,000 meals for hungry children living in poverty as part of their 1 Million Meal School Feeding Program Initiative in partnership with Stop Hunger Now & New Mission Systems International. 

The Bingo will be held at the Taneytown Fireman’s Activities Building located at Memorial Drive in Taneytown. Doors open at 5:30 pm and games start at 7 PM. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Every seat requires a ticket. There will be food available for purchase. The evening events include Junior and Senior Jackpot games, raffles and door prizes.

There is limited seating so please reserve early by calling Michelle at 410-756-2898 or Joan at 410-756-2043. GUCC is also looking for youths to help with the bingo in return for community hours.

     
25 Saturday  
  All day Frederick County Career & Technology Center’s Fourth Annual Spring Fling/Fundraiser!  Our well attended Yard, Craft, Greenhouse/Nursery Plants, and Used Book Sale fill a bag for $5. To reserve your Yard & Craft Sale space, please call 240-236-8517.  Costs for one space $15.00/$25.00 two spaces.  Bring your own tables/setup.  Rain or Shine.  We gladly accept donations for the yard sale, and they may be dropped off that day or at CTC during school hours M-F, 7-2:30pm at 7922 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick.  Your generous donations support students competing at SkillsUSA Local and National Championships.  
  All day 17th Annual Greyhounds in Gettysburg.  Greyhounds in Gettysburg is a 3-day event designed to celebrate the retired racing greyhound! More than 60 vendors selling dog items (not necessarily all greyhound related), fun activities, a costume contest and games, and several educational sessions by dog professionals in the areas of health, nutrition, and behavior. Any dog lovers may attend and well-behaved dogs over 50 pounds are welcome inside the Expo Center. Adoption groups will have adoptable greyhounds available. Visit our web site for details, and to register for the other events offered.

Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center and Gettysburg Family Amusement Complex, 2638 Emmitsburg Road
Gettysburg.  For more information call 814-933-6981 or visit
www.greyhoundsingettysburg.org
     
26 Sunday  
  All day 17th Annual Greyhounds in Gettysburg.  Greyhounds in Gettysburg is a 3-day event designed to celebrate the retired racing greyhound! More than 60 vendors selling dog items (not necessarily all greyhound related), fun activities, a costume contest and games, and several educational sessions by dog professionals in the areas of health, nutrition, and behavior. Any dog lovers may attend and well-behaved dogs over 50 pounds are welcome inside the Expo Center. Adoption groups will have adoptable greyhounds available. Visit our web site for details, and to register for the other events offered.

Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center and Gettysburg Family Amusement Complex, 2638 Emmitsburg Road
Gettysburg.  For more information call 814-933-6981 or visit
www.greyhoundsingettysburg.org
  4 pm Music Gettysburg! presents Boston Shawm & Sackbut Ensemble.  Music, Gettysburg! is a premier concert series featuring international, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region. The Seminary Chapel is on Seminary Ridge in Gettysburg. For more information about this and other concerts in the Music, Gettysburg! schedule, please call 717-338-3000 ext. 2197 or visit the Music, Gettysburg! web site: www.musicgettysburg.org
     
27 Monday  
     
28 Tuesday  
     
29 Wed  
     
30 Thursday
  All day Historic East Berlin Antique Show. Americana dealers from many states offer early samplers, quilts, folk art, country furniture and smalls, paintings, textiles, books and much more.  Held at the East Berlin Area Community Center, 405 North Ave (1/2 block from the National Historic District; 12 mi. west of the York Fairgrounds). For more information visit www.ebhpspa.org
     
 May Events
1 Friday  
  All day Historic East Berlin Antique Show. Americana dealers from many states offer early samplers, quilts, folk art, country furniture and smalls, paintings, textiles, books and much more.  Held at the East Berlin Area Community Center, 405 North Ave (1/2 block from the National Historic District; 12 mi. west of the York Fairgrounds). For more information visit www.ebhpspa.org
     
2 Saturday  
  All Day His Place Car Show. Whether you’re a “gearhead” or simply appreciate vintage autos, be sure to come on down to the annual His Place Car Show at Mother Seton School, sponsored by His Place, Inc. and Rocko Meats. Registration for the show begins at 8:00, with the judging taking place from noon-2:00 p.m., and awards at 3:00 p.m. Free to attend, $15 if registering for the show ($12 in advance via bkuhn3@yahoo.com). Proceeds benefit Mother Seton School and Hospice of Frederick County. Rain date is Saturday, May 9. Call Bill Kuhn at 1-800-529-5835 for more information.
  All day Historic East Berlin Antique Show. Americana dealers from many states offer early samplers, quilts, folk art, country furniture and smalls, paintings, textiles, books and much more.  Held at the East Berlin Area Community Center, 405 North Ave (1/2 block from the National Historic District; 12 mi. west of the York Fairgrounds). For more information visit www.ebhpspa.org
  All Day 60th Annual Apple Blossom Festival  - Spring has finally sprung and what better way to celebrate spring than attending to the 60th Annual Apple Blossom Festival with a ton of fun new activities for all members of the family! 

Enjoy hard cider and wine tastings from a variety of local wineries and distilleries, take a ride through the rolling hills of the scenic South Mountain Fruitbelt on an orchard tour and join Historian Deb McCauslin on the Historic Yellow Hill Tour on Saturday or the Mary Jemison Story tour on Sunday. Kids will have lots of fun too- with a coloring contest, Health & Safety Activities, Crunch Quest scavenger hunt, magic and puppet shows, moon bounces, kiddie tractor pulls, a petting zoo, and antique tractor wagon rides.

There are tons of mouth watering treats for you to enjoy all weekend long! Apple Sundaes, Apple Crisp, Apple Dumplings, Apple Slushies, Apple Pies, Breads, Cider Donuts, and samples of apple cider, apple butter and fresh apple slices!

Admission to the Apple Blossom Festival is just $5 for adults, kids under 12 are free. South Mountain Fairgrounds is located 10 miles northwest of historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on Route 234, near Arendtsville, PA, in the middle of scenic Adams County's 20,000 acres of orchards -  apple, peach and cherry trees, which are usually in full bloom during festival week. The festival gates will be open 9am - 5pm each day. Ample free parking available onsite.

South Mountain Fairgrounds, 615 Narrows Road, Route 234
Biglerville, PA.  For more information call 717-677-7444 or visit www.appleblossomfestival.info

  All Day Bee Week Hollabaugh Bros. The Apple Blossom Festival is a great time to visit Hollabaugh Bros., Inc Retail Farm Market. Our Bee Room will be full of ways for kids to learn all about our bees – and the vital part they play in the life of our farm. We’ll have crafts and activities to do, as well as sampling throughout the market. We look forward to seeing you! Visit www.hollabaughbros.com or call 717-677-8412 for more information.
     
3 Sunday  
  All Day 60th Annual Apple Blossom Festival  - Spring has finally sprung and what better way to celebrate spring than attending to the 60th Annual Apple Blossom Festival with a ton of fun new activities for all members of the family! 

Enjoy hard cider and wine tastings from a variety of local wineries and distilleries, take a ride through the rolling hills of the scenic South Mountain Fruitbelt on an orchard tour and join Historian Deb McCauslin on the Historic Yellow Hill Tour on Saturday or the Mary Jemison Story tour on Sunday. Kids will have lots of fun too- with a coloring contest, Health & Safety Activities, Crunch Quest scavenger hunt, magic and puppet shows, moon bounces, kiddie tractor pulls, a petting zoo, and antique tractor wagon rides.

There are tons of mouth watering treats for you to enjoy all weekend long! Apple Sundaes, Apple Crisp, Apple Dumplings, Apple Slushies, Apple Pies, Breads, Cider Donuts, and samples of apple cider, apple butter and fresh apple slices!

Admission to the Apple Blossom Festival is just $5 for adults, kids under 12 are free. South Mountain Fairgrounds is located 10 miles northwest of historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on Route 234, near Arendtsville, PA, in the middle of scenic Adams County's 20,000 acres of orchards -  apple, peach and cherry trees, which are usually in full bloom during festival week. The festival gates will be open 9am - 5pm each day. Ample free parking available onsite.

South Mountain Fairgrounds, 615 Narrows Road, Route 234
Biglerville, PA.  For more information call 717-677-7444 or visit www.appleblossomfestival.info

  All Day Bee Week Hollabaugh Bros. The Apple Blossom Festival is a great time to visit Hollabaugh Bros., Inc Retail Farm Market. Our Bee Room will be full of ways for kids to learn all about our bees – and the vital part they play in the life of our farm. We’ll have crafts and activities to do, as well as sampling throughout the market. We look forward to seeing you! Visit www.hollabaughbros.com or call 717-677-8412 for more information.
  Noon Basket and Vera Bradley Bonanza Bingo being held on Sunday May 3, 2015, at the Thurmont Activities Building (located at the Thurmont Carnival Grounds).  Doors Open at 12 Noon, Bingo Starts at 2:00PM.  Tickets are $25.00 in advance and $30.00 at the door.  Chicken and Ham Dinner included in ticket price served at 12:30-1:30PM. Snacks sold separately.  Contact Jenny Maher at 301-748-7645 or Bridgette Hopkins at 443-244-0591.  Proceeds will support FCPS students competing at the National SkillsUSA Conference in Louisville, KY in June 2015.
     
4 Monday  
  All Day Mother Seton School Fine Arts Night.  at Mother Seton School. You’re invited to come browse fine works of art and music created by our talented students, grades Pre-K through 8. Discover emerging artists and enjoy a musical accompaniment from our awards-winning band! For more information, contact us at 301-447-3161 or visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
     
5 Tuesday  
     
6 Wed  
     
7 Thursday  
     
8 Friday  
  6 pm

Thurmont Art, Wine, & Cupcake Walk. We have several artists, wineries, and cupcake makers! Entertainment will be provided by Paul Zelenka and Mary Guiles in Mechanicstown Park. If you have any art, (or handmade jewelry, pottery) or know of anyone that may want to participate, please give them my info.

Rebecca Pearl will unveil her latest Thurmont painting, Yemi, John Nickerson, and Nancy Houston will be on display with their works as well. Gourmet cupcake makers Michele Nolan and Joan Hurley will be sampling and selling their delicious products. For more information visit  www.facebook.com/ThurmontFirst

     
9 Saturday  
    Mother's Day at Hollabaugh Family at their Fruit Farm and Market Stop by the market any time between 10AM and 4PM and paint a pot and then plant it with beautiful flowers for Mom. Cost for this event is $10 and registration is not required. Our Paint and Plant event will be held rain or shine. Come by the market and let our friendly staff help you give your Mom a wonderful and unique gift she’s sure to love! Visit www.hollabaughbros.com or call 717-677-8412 for more information.
  10 am Bark in the Park, Utica District Park, 10200-B Old Frederick Rd., Frederick. MD. (Fred. Co. Div. of Parks & Rec.).  Recreational event for dog lovers. Off leash area, agility courses, doggie fashion show & prizes (noon), training and obedience demonstrations. Vendors. $5 per dog; limit 2 dogs per owner. Registration information or vendor application – 301-600-2936 or www.recreater.com.
  10 am Spring in the Village at Catoctin Furnace - Enjoy the ambiance of a spring celebration in the village more than 200 years ago when the Catoctin Furnace was in blast. Crafts, flowers, heirloom plants, herbs, and children's activities. Traditional music & foods. 12607 Catoctin Furnace Rd., Thurmont. For more information call 410-243-2626 or visit www.catoctinfurnace.org
  7:30 pm Music at FCC - “E Pluribus Unum -Out of the Many, One” Wind Ensemble.  The FCC Wind Ensemble will join forces with Choral Arts Society of Frederick for an evening of music filled with the sounds and spirit of our nation. The concert will feature the music of John Williams, Peter Wilhousky, and more. For more information, call 301-846-2512.
     
10 Sunday  
  3 pm The Majestic Theater presents - Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal One of the most compelling figures in popular music with a body of work encompassing country, rock, roots and pop influences, Grammy award-winner Rosanne Cash inherited a reverence for song and profound artistry.  The oldest daughter of country music icon Johnny Cash and stepdaughter of June Carter Cash of the legendary Carter Family, she holds a lineage rooted in the very beginning of American country music, with its deep cultural and historical connections to the South. Rosanne Cash and husband John Leventhal's new show celebrates the people and places of The South from her most recent album, The River and the Thread.

Majestic Theater, 25 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg.  For more information call 717-337-8200 or visit www.gettysburgmajestic.org

  4 pm Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra presented by Music, Gettysburg! A Mother's Day tradition, this year featuring soprano Margaret Folkemer, with arias by Handel and Mozart.

Music, Gettysburg! is a premier concert series featuring international, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region.

Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary Chapel, 147 Seminary Ridge
Gettysburg.  For more information call 17325 717-338-3000 ext. 2197 or visit www.musicgettysburg.org

     
11 Monday
     
12 Tuesday
     
13 Wednesday  
     
14 Thursday  
  All Day 69th Semi Annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival  - Four days of music on two stages, information workshops, All-Star Jam, food, merchandise, arts & crafts vendors, Pete Wernick's Jam Camp. All acts and schedules are subject to change. Festival is held rain or shine. For more information, workshop schedules and ticketing on this internationally acclaimed bluegrass festival visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com
  7:30 pm Music at FCC "Spring Romance” String Ensemble - The FCC Spring Ensemble will present an evening of romance, featuring music from Felix Mendelssohn, Elvis Presley, Samuel Barber, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. For more information, call 301-846-2512.
     
15 Friday  
  All Day 69th Semi Annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival  - Four days of music on two stages, information workshops, All-Star Jam, food, merchandise, arts & crafts vendors, Pete Wernick's Jam Camp. All acts and schedules are subject to change. Festival is held rain or shine. For more information, workshop schedules and ticketing on this internationally acclaimed bluegrass festival visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com
     
16 Saturday  
  8 am 2015 Annual Camp Eder Benefit Golf Tournament.

The Annual Camp Eder Benefit Golf Tournament will take place on Saturday, May 16th at Mountain View Golf Course located at 4099 Bullfrog Road, Fairfield, PA. Proceeds will benefit the 2015 Children’s Summer Camp Program of Camp Eder, a Christian Camp & Retreat Center in Fairfield.

Registration will begin at 6:30am where a continental breakfast will also be available. A Four Player Scramble Format will be followed. Shotgun start will be at 8:00 am. Lunch for the Golfers will be available at 1:00 pm, directly following the tournament, in Camp Eder’s main lodge, located at 914 Mt. Hope Road, Fairfield. Cost for players is $75 per person or $300 per four-person team which includes Green fees, cart, meal back at Camp Eder, beverages, gifts and door prizes.

Prizes will be awarded to the first and second place teams. Other contests will also be available to participate in such as Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Mulligans, and an opportunity to Beat the Pro. Door prizes will also be awarded to many players.

For more than 24 years the Annual Camp Eder Golf Tournament has brought golfers and non-golfers together to raise funds in order to keep Camp Eder affordable to all. Everyone is invited to play, regardless of ability. For those that don’t wish to play but would like to help support Camp Eder there are many opportunities to sponsor. Camp Eder is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all proceeds are tax-deductible.

For additional Camp Eder details or more Golf Tournament information, visit www.campeder.org, or contact Lori Jackson at 717-642-8256, ljackson@campeder.org.
  All Day 69th Semi Annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival  - Four days of music on two stages, information workshops, All-Star Jam, food, merchandise, arts & crafts vendors, Pete Wernick's Jam Camp. All acts and schedules are subject to change. Festival is held rain or shine. For more information, workshop schedules and ticketing on this internationally acclaimed bluegrass festival visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com
  Noon Littlestown Wine Festival - A wine tasting festival to help raise funds for Littlestown's 250th anniversary. This event is being jointly hosted by the 250th Anniversary Committee and the Fire Company. Funds raised will be split between both entities. No food or drink may be brought to the festival. There will be a number of craft vendors at the festival for those who wish to do some shopping. Attendees to the festival may bring along small canopy tents to sit and watch the entertainment.  For more information call  717 359-5101 or visit www.littlestownpa.info/250years/
     
17 Sunday  
  All day Fairfield EMS Open House in recognition of 2014 National EMS Week.
  All Day 69th Semi Annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival  - Four days of music on two stages, information workshops, All-Star Jam, food, merchandise, arts & crafts vendors, Pete Wernick's Jam Camp. All acts and schedules are subject to change. Festival is held rain or shine. For more information, workshop schedules and ticketing on this internationally acclaimed bluegrass festival visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com
  3 pm

The Emmitsburg Community Chorus is excited to present their annual spring concert featuring music from film. Sunday, at Apples Church (7908 Apples Church Road). With songs from a beginning as early as 1920, the chorus will feature songs such as Over the Rainbow, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, The Rainbow Connection, The Theme From New York, New York, Come So Far, just to name a few. Some of the songs were written years before they were incorporated into a film or gained recognition. Many of the songs in the program were on the top 100 Billboard Charts of various genres, as well as Emmy, Academy, Golden Globe Awards in addition to numerous other awards.

The current 32 member chorus comes from the surrounding Emmitsburg area, meeting at the Basilica of Saint Elizabeth Anne Seton on Tuesday's at 7pm for rehearsal.The chorus is not auditioned; the members have a love of music and singing. For further information, please call Betsy Graham at 301-898-7821.

     
18 Monday  
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival!
     
19 Tuesday
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival!
  
20 Wed
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival!
     
21 Thursday
  All Day Saint Anthony Shrine's Yard and Bake Sale. Space will be available if you are interested in selling your own items - $10/day. You must bring your own table/s. Food and baked goods will be available starting at 8:30 am on Friday and Saturday. All of you BAKERS, we will need your donations to make this day a success. Come and enjoy the day with us. For more information call Helen Reaver at 301-447-6431 or the parish office 301-447-2367.
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival!
     
22 Friday  
  All Day Saint Anthony Shrine's Yard and Bake Sale. Space will be available if you are interested in selling your own items - $10/day. You must bring your own table/s. Food and baked goods will be available starting at 8:30 am on Friday and Saturday. All of you BAKERS, we will need your donations to make this day a success. Come and enjoy the day with us. For more information call Helen Reaver at 301-447-6431 or the parish office 301-447-2367.
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival!
     
23 Saturday  
  All Day Saint Anthony Shrine's Yard and Bake Sale. Space will be available if you are interested in selling your own items - $10/day. You must bring your own table/s. Food and baked goods will be available starting at 8:30 am on Friday and Saturday. All of you BAKERS, we will need your donations to make this day a success. Come and enjoy the day with us. For more information call Helen Reaver at 301-447-6431 or the parish office 301-447-2367.
  All Day Mother Seton School Carnival!
     
24 Sunday  
     
25 Monday  
  3 pm Gettysburg's 148th Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies. The 148th Gettysburg Memorial Day parade and ceremony is one of the oldest continuing ceremonies in the country. The Memorial Day Parade will begin at 2pm at Lefever Street in Gettysburg and head northeast to Middle Street; turn west on East Middle Street and south on Baltimore Street to the Soldiers' National Cemetery.

The Memorial Day Ceremony will take place at 3pm at the Rostrum in the Soldiers' National Cemetery.

The Gettysburg Joint Veterans Memorial Day Commission consists of veterans' organizations in Gettysburg: Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War - Gettysburg Camp #112; American Legion Post #202; Marine Corps League Detachment #705; and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #15.
     
26 Tuesday  
     
27 Wed  
     
28 Thursday
     
29 Friday  
     
30 Saturday  
  10 am Frederick County Master Gardeners seminar - Container and Small - Space Gardening. Learn how to create a thriving garden even in limited spaces — from your windowsill, porch, or balcony to a small yard. See how to go beyond flowerpots by using a variety of containers and raised beds to grow vegetables, herbs, flowers (both annuals and perennials), and native plants.

All classes will be taught at the UME Office, 330 Montevue Lane, (off Rosemont Avenue), Frederick.  To register call Lisa at 301-600-1595. Walk-ins are welcome if there is room.
  10 am Cornhole Tournament Fundraiser benefiting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Emmitsburg Community Park. Deadline to enter May 28. $20 donation per team. Teams of 2. 3 game guarantee. Double elimination format. Spectators free.  For more information call Kelly at 240-674-6444.
Cash prizes for winners of tournament and long shot toss. Tip jars, raffle, 50/50, silent auction and concessions available.
    Catoctin Area Civitan Covered Bridge 5K Fun Run in Thurmont Proceeds from the run will be used to purchase handicap accessible playground equipment, provide assistance to Thurmont Senior Center and other local projects.

Civitans is a not-for-profit volunteer organization of clubs dedicated to serving individual and community needs with an emphasis on helping people with developmental disabilities. Working through their clubs, Civitans seek out community needs and then work to fulfill them. Projects are selected at the local club level — each club determines its own projects and programs of work. This way each club is uniquely responsive to its community.
Civitan places major emphasis on projects which assist people with developmental disabilities.

 If you have any questions about Civitans or the Catoctin Area Civitan Club, please contact the Club President, Ginger Malone, at 301-606-6891.

     
31 Sunday