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Thursday - July 19, 2018

Washington County Ag Expo and Fair -

Highlights include 4-H/FFA tractor operators contest, 9 a.m.; 4-H/FFA horse and pony horsemanship skillathon, 9 a.m.; 4-H/FFA open dairy goat show, 9 a.m.; 4-H/FFA open dairy goat showmanship and show, 9 a.m.; With Hands and Heart Antietam Fiber Artists Rug Hooking, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; carnival rides and midway open, 5 p.m.; 4-H/FFA Market Sale, 6 p.m. $5 general admission per carload, noon to...

Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department Carnival -

Entertainment includes Southern Gospel Boys, Monday; Guilford Station Bluegrass, Tuesday, July 17; Amish Outlaws, Wednesday, July 18; Adam Warner Band, Thursday, July 19; The Fabulous Hubcaps, Friday, July 20; Mustang Sally, Saturday, July 21. Fireworks Saturday, July 21, 10 p.m.; rain date Friday, July 20. Food will be sold. Free entry and parking.

WCHS Farm to Table Dinner - July -

Explore Maryland's rich culinary heritage at our one of a kind farm to table dinners!Each unique dinner sources its ingredients from some of the area's premiere farms, bakeries, and dairies, crafted by expert local chef Thomas O'Hara. Each course is paired with some of the best beverages on offer from Maryland's wineries and breweries. Enjoy your meal in the intimate setting of the beautiful...

Pint Night with Neshaminy Creek -

Join Warehouse Tap Room the third Thursday of every month for “Pint Night” – where we feature a different brewery and invite their staff to come on site to talk about their latest drafts. Join us this month to taste the latest brews from Neshaminy Creek in Croydon, PA, and go home with a free pint glass and other swag items! Free admission. Details: 

Contemporary American Theater Festival: Berta, Berta -

After committing an unforgivable crime and doomed to surrender his freedom, Leroy is granted one final wish: a chance to make amends with his long lost lover, Berta. Their reunion swells from a quarrelsome beginning to an impassioned consummation of their love. Set in the 1920s, Angelica Chéri’s riveting tale, inspired by the legendary prison song, poses the question – can Leroy and Berta’s bond...

History of Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. -

Bill Stanley will discuss the history of Blue Ridge Summit and the local area. $15 per person; $25 per couple. For information or tickets, go to  

Bluegrass jam -

Bluegrass jam. Free. Donations for snacks and drinks. Call 301-788-1747.

Broadway/Disney Night -

Broadway and Disney songs and whatever participants want to sing. Free. Call 717-264-9663.

"Panhandle Portraits" -

Katherine Cobb, who will be joined by three subjects from her nonfiction book set, "Panhandle Portraits, a Glimpse at the Diverse Residents of West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle." Cobb will discuss her books and do selective readings while guest speakers will give a short presentation of their unique perspectives. The evening will end with a question-and-answer session. Cobb's books will be sold....

Line dancing -

DJ, dance instructor and president of the Hagerstown Country Western Dance Association will demonstrate a few dances then teach a few. No experience required. Free. Call 301-432-8825.

Dallas Holm in Concert -

FREE Concert featuring Dallas Holm on July 19, 2018 starting at 7 pm 

Summer concert series -

The Launies will perform Irish music with a twist. Free.  

Toni Saylor Summer Concert Series -

Cazhmiere will perform. Free. Go to

"Titanic the Musical" -

Youth summer theatre workshop participants will present "Titanic the Musical." $17; $14, seniors; $12, those 16 and younger. For tickets, go to

"Murder for Two" -

Officer Marcus Moscowicz is a small town policeman with dreams of making it to detective. One fateful night, shots ring out at the surprise birthday party of Great American Novelist Arthur Whitney and the writer is killed…fatally. With the nearest detective an hour away, Marcus jumps at the chance to prove his sleuthing skills—with the help of his silent partner, Lou. But whodunit? Did Dahlia...

Contemporary American Theater Festival: The House on the Hill -

Cousins Alex and Frankie haven’t spoken in seventeen years. After more than a decade of trauma, silence, and unease, can a new baby help their shattered family heal at last? Interweaving time and memory, The House on the Hill is a shocking and suspenseful story of two women, coming together to face their shared tragedy and an uncertain future. Tickets start at $35. Call (800)999-CATF(2283) or go...



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