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Wednesday - January 24, 2018

Nuts About Clay Ceramic Workshop -

Make a stonewear textured bowl. $30, includes all materials. Space is limited. Call 717-729-7125, email or go to

Saylor House Restoration volunteer meeting -

Meeting for volunteers with the Saylor House Restoration Project at Kiwanis Park. Learn about the history of the stone house and hear a vision for its future.

Bang at Benny's Pub -

BANG! Come to Benny's Pub Wednesday Night and PARTY with Ted and Tony! They will be playing all your favorite tunes so come enjoy the music, food and GREAT drinks at Benny's Pub! 

Cake decorating for beginners -

Linda Newell will be the instructor. Participants will need to bring two non-frosted round layers, 8-inch or 9-inch, of cake in any flavor. Buttercream frosting and tools will be provided. One complimentary glass of wine is included for those 21 or older. $40 plus fees. Call 717-491-0756. Go to for tickets.

Thursday - January 25, 2018

"Journey ... One Girl's View Through Her Lens" -

A photography exhibit featuring the work of Tina Snyder. Free. Call 304-725-6227.

Interactive digital media -

Continues through Friday, Feb. 9 - noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Interactive digital media installation by Nick Lejeune. Free. Call 304-876-5159, email or go to  

January's featured artist: Hans Guerin -

Several new works by Guerin have recently been added. Part of Destination Arts! Go to

Oil-painting demonstration -

Marjorie Tressler will conduct an oil painting demonstration, geared toward the art student's perspective. Part of Destination Arts! Free. Go to

Chinese language and culture classes -

Learn common Chinese phrases and explore Chinese culture. Free. Call 717-762-3335 or go to

Teen Book Club -

The book club will read nonfiction, biography. Call 717-762-3335 or go to

Teen game days -

Play one of the library's games or bring your own to share. Games include board and card games, GameCube, Xbox Kinect and two gaming computers. For ages 12 to 18. Snacks provided. Call 717-762-3335 or go to

Teen advisory board -

Plan and create events for teens, decorate and set up for special events, suggest books, games and other additions to the teen room, eat snacks, play games and get first dibs on new young adult books, counts as volunteer hours. For information, email  

IceFest -

IceFest opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony with free cupcakes at 5 p.m.; live giant sculpture carving throughout downtown, free double-wide ice slide in parking lot next to Gartenberg Jewelry on Main Street, food vendors from 5 to 8 p.m.; live carve-off at 5:30 p.m. IceFest continues through Sunday, Jan. 28. Go to  

Snowball thrower -

Make yourself throwing a snowball. Free. Children must be accompanied by their parents/legal guardians. A signed, notarized form from the parent is required if their child will be in the care of another adult. Go to

Wine and paint night with Rebecca Pearl -

The fundraiser benefits the educational programs of Catoctin Forest Alliance. $45. For tickets, email or call or text 301-471-7434.

Bingo -

Every Thursday. All regular games pay $100. Slow quickies pay $175. Jackpot pays up to $,1000. Jackpot is guaranteed to pay at least $500. Play a nine-pack for $ 25. All 31 games included.18 pack is $37. Doors open at 5 p.m. Snack bar available. Great food.

Trivia night -

Trivia. Go to



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