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Saturday - April 21, 2018

AAUW Annual Used Book Sale 2018 -

AAUW USED BOOK SALE 2018At the ARC of Washington County - 1000 Florida Ave., Door 4 HagerstownSPECIAL EVENT--PREVIEW SALE on Wed., April 18, 5:00 -- 8:00 p.m. $10 admissionThurs., April 19 -- Sat., April 21 10:00 a.m. -- 8:00 p.m. Thurs. & Fri.Saturday 9:00 a.m. -- 2:00 p.m. Bag sale, $5 per bag

Garden planning and design workshop -

Washington County Master Gardeners will teach participants the basics of ornamental garden design including the art of mixing shape, color and texture. Participants are welcome to bring design ideas, sketches and photos to work on in class. $10. Register in person at the Extension office or call 301-791-1304.

Chicken barbecue -

Chicken should be ready by 9 a.m. $7.50 for half chicken; $9 for chicken dinner which includes baked beans and apple sauce. Baked goods also will be sold. Call 301-667-2301 to reserve your chicken.

Watercolor Batik Workshop -

April 21 and 22, 9 am-5 pmPrevious Batik experience requested Class tuition and supplies: $200

Yoga hike -

A guided hike with Jessica Coakley, an Ananda Shala yoga instructor. Pack plenty of water and a snack, wear good hiking shoes and bring your yoga mat. $20. For tickets, go to  

Volunteers needed to plant trees on farm -

Orcino Farms is converting over 100 acres of cornfields to permanent pasture to establish a rotational grazing operation for beef cattle. The farmer has decided that raising animals on pasture is better for the environment and for his animals. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) for 15 years has been helping farmers who want to make this conversion. CBF and volunteers last year planted over 2,000...

Uniquely West Virginia Wine & Food Festival -

Saturday, April 21 - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; 7 p.m., annual dinner with winemaster Wilson Ward An opportunity for the public to sample and buy dozens of state-grown products as well as meet the faces behind the products. This year's festival will highlight West Virginia ramps and wine. Annual dinner with winemaster Wilson Ward, 7 p.m. at Highlawn Inn, 171 Market St., Berkeley Springs, W.Va. Go to www....

Saturday Farmers' Market -

Saturdays through October - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Local farmers and vendors will set up on the porch of The Marketplace. Go to  

3rd Annual Healthy Kids Day Washington County Children's Festival -

This free community event is open to all families and is filled with fun, active play for children and information for caregivers about resources for families in Washington County.

Youth fishing rodeo -

Children ages 3 to 13 can fish in Red Run Lake. All youth must provide their own fishing equipment and bate. Trout fish will be stocked for the rodeo. Part of Waynesboro's Bicentennial Celebration. Free. Text 

Blue Ridge Riding Club Speed Shows -

Show sanctioned by International Barrel Racing Association. For barrel fees and to register, go to Go to  

3-D Dash 5K -

An event to raise awareness of the issue of sexual assault in the community. Advance registration is encouraged. $10, students; $20, non-student; $10 per runner on team; free for children 5 and younger to run. T-shirts for the first 200 runners. Door prizes, group contests, awareness activities and awards. Call 304-263-8522, email or  

Celebrate Earth Day and the Monarch Life Cycle -

Children are invited to participate in our hands-on program about the life cycle of the monarch butterfly. There will be hands-on activities in our STEAM Machine Exhibit to celebrate Earth Day too. Recommended for children 7 and up!This program is supported in part by the Washington County Arts Council, Inc..Free with the price of admission into the

Panhandle Earth Day Celebration -

This year's bands include Know1Else, noon; Herb & Hanson, 12:50 p.m.; Black Masala, 2 p.m.; The Gin Rickeys, 3:10 p.m.; The Woodshedders, 4:20 p.m.; The Gypsy Ramblers, 5:30 p.m.; and Todd Coyle Band, 6:30 p.m. There also will be vendors, demonstrations, activities and more. Find on Facebook.  

Storytime with cookies and milk -

Storytime with cookies and milk. Free books to take home. Free. Call 304-813-3646 or go to

Newcomer House Porch Program -

Tony Cohen and Brian Dankmeyer will tell the story of the night sky during and before the Civil War; visitors also will have a chance to look at the sun through a solar lens. 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Call 240-308-1740 or email

Blacksmithing demonstration -

Live blacksmithing demonstration by Daniel Rogers as part of Earth Day celebration activities.



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