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Friday - April 27, 2018

Movie Night in the Park -

The movie, "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" (PG-13, 2017). Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Free. Call 304-728-3207 or email  

'Cabaret" -

A musical set in the dark, heady, tumultuous activity of 1920s Berlin, just before the rise of the Third Reich. $22; $19, seniors; $15, students. Call 304-725-4420 or go to

Karaoke with TSL Karaoke Entertainment -

Karaoke. Free. Call 240-347-4958 or go to  

Brian Regan -

Stand-up comedy. Tickets cost $39 to $55. Call 717-477-7469 or go to  

"Rapture, Blister, Burn" -

After graduate school, former roommates Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Decades later, each woman covets the other's life, culminating in a life swap.  $20; special pricing for local college and high school students. Saturday, April 15's performance proceeds go to Women's Giving Circle. Call 301-694-4744 or go to

Saturday - April 28, 2018

Maugansville Ruritan Club - All You Can Eat Country Breakfast -

You’re invited to the Maugansville Ruritan Club’s all you can eat Country Breakfast featuring all you can eat scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy, juice, coffee and tea. Only $6.00 per person, the 4th Saturday of the month in January- April and September - November from 6:30 - 11am. Mark your calendars and please join us for the best breakfast in town $6.00. Email ...

Huge Indoor Yardsale and Bake Sale @ Montessori Academy of Chambersburg -

Kids toys and furniture, books, movies, clothes for the whole family including baby and kids, home and sporting goods, and much more! Fill a bag of clothes for $5! Plus, bake sale. 

Truffle Shuffle 5K and Kids Fun Run -

Pick up packets at The Wellness Center at Berkeley Medical Center Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. or on the square on race day. $30; free for those ages 13 and younger. Go to

Indoor Yard Sale & Bake Sale - The Arc of Washington County Employee Council Fundraising Event -

This giant indoor/outdoor yard sale and bake sale is hosted by the Employee Council of The Arc of Washington County, a non-profit agency for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and is open to the public. All proceeds will benefit the Employee Council.Donations are being accepted for bake sale goods or yard sale items to be sold at The Arc WC's table. One 10’ table and same...

“SOAR” Spring Weekly Bird Walks -

Naturalist Jack Olzewski will lead weekly bird walks along the hiking trails at Renfrew Park. Walks begin at Renfrew’s lower parking lot off Welty Road. Participants should wear comfortable walking shoes and may bring identification books and binoculars. Free and open to the public. Note—Off-site Birding Field Trips: A couple of off-site birding trips may be arranged with walkers during Saturday...

Color for a Cure Family 5K -

FamilieSCN2A Foundation, a licensed non profit created to raise research funds for the rare life limiting genetic disease SCN2A, invites you to a colorful 5K! Registration - 8:30am, Race Starts - 10am. Concludes with Color Explosion at 11:30am. There will be official race timing for serious runners. Ice cream truck, great food, DJ, bounce house, face painting, games, competitions and so much more...

Kids Klass — Garden Critters -

High school intern Elisabeth Hale will be the instructor. Those ages 7 and older will create and underglaze two garden critters. Critters will go through two firing states and students will be contacted once available for pick up. Part of Destination Arts! $25. To register, go to For information, call 717-729-7125 or email  

Canal Pride Days at Hancock -

We need volunteers to help clean exhibits in the Visitor Center, paint, prune vegetation from historic structures, and remove invasive plant species and trash. Projects are suitable for ages 12 and up and SSL hours are available. Registration is required. Go to  

Recycle/Reuse Earth Day Yard Sale -

Enjoy the thrill of the chase as you look for bargains or sell your own discards at this annual event coinciding with Earth Celebration Day & Festival of Art. Your throw-aways may be just what someone else is looking for. Make some extra cash for yourself, your family, or your organization. And Renfrew Institute makes money on the space rentals! Get a flyer on our website with all the details...

Maryland International Film Festival - Hagerstown -

"Desert Shores," 9:10 a.m.; "KCLOC," "Everything is Upstream," "Intrusion," and "In the Orchard," 10:40 a.m.; "Arnie Johnstone & the Vulva" "Tree," "Tracker," "Lafayette," "My Loyal Audience," and "I Like Me," 1 p.m.; "Night Call," "Stay Woke," "Walking While Black: L.O.V.E.

Maryland International Film Festival - Hagerstown -

"Up to Snuff," 9:30 a.m.; "Love," "Gwen," "Screwball," "The Secret Nobody Knows," "The Absence of Light," 11:10 a.m.; "Grief," "Silo: Edge of the Real World," "Jack the Hypochondriac," "Trouble Brews & the AA Meeting," "When I Leave," and "Believe Me," 2 p.m.; "Dust," "Morning Has Broken," "Three," and "Nostros," 3:55 p.m.; "Odyssey," "Kill the Messenger," "BLKMGC," and "For Once in My Life...

18th-Century Market Fair -

Market faire featuring suttlers selling 18th-century wares. Entertainment. $5; $2, ages 6 to 12; free for those 5 and younger. Go to



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