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Sunday - January 21, 2018

River Rock Bassmasters sportsman flea market -

New and used fishing tackle and more. $8, early admission, doors open at 8 a.m.; $4, general admission, doors open at 9 a.m. Free for those 12 and younger. Call 301-331-9209.

Bridal show -

Prizes, contests and fashion shows. Call 301-582-0701, ext. 214.

WVMD Farm Showcase -

The WVMD Farm Showcase will be taking place on Sunday, January 21 from 11am to 4pm at the Town Run Tap House! Farmers, herbalists and agricultural educators from the Eastern Panhandle and Western Maryland will be present to share information with the community. Supporting local food production is essential to sustainability and reversing climate change. Attendees can expect to make connections...

Drag bingo -

Drag bingo hosted by The Miss Gay Cumberland Valley Pageant and Miss Gay Western Elegance. $25; $10, extra packs. The event also will include 50/50 and tip jar, silent auction, cash bar. Food will be sold. For tickets, call 240-520-7246 or email garylee100965@gmail.com. Proceeds benefit Promise Animal League and The Elks Lodge Scholarship and Charity Fund.

Winter Bounce Festival -

A family event for children ages 12 and younger. There will be inflatables, a DJ, games, mini-golf, food and more. $10, ages 12 and younger; $5, ages 2 and younger. For tickets, go to www.phantomshadow.com/winter-bounce-festival or purchase at the door.

Blue Ridge Theatre Guild auditions -

Blue Ridge Theatre Guild is holding open auditions for Ray Cooney's "Caught in the Net." Cast includes two middle-aged men, one elderly man and one teen boy; two middle-aged women and one teen girl. Performances will be in April. Call 301-606-2021 or email bluetheatre@live.com.

Snowflake scarf -

Make a silk snowflake scarf. All supplies included. For ages 8 and older. $18 per person. Call 717-261-0706 or go to FoundryArtsCoop.com.

"Puss in Boots" -

Children ages 2 and younger are invited to bring their stuffed toys to see the show. $6; free for those 1 and younger. Call 304-258-4074 or go to www.wondermentpuppets.com.

Cash and gift card bingo -

Bingo, raffles, 50/50s and tip jars. $20, at PayPal.com using info@friendsfurliferescue.com; $25, at the door. Email info@friendsfurliferescue.com.

Trains of Christmas -

Christmas display. Historic railroad equipment. Thomas the Tank Engine play layouts. O 3-rail interactive layout & Midwood Junction layout. O Scale (2 rail) & HO Scale layouts. Historic photo and document displays. Railroad artifacts. Continues through Sunday, Feb. 18. $6; $1 for children ages 4 to 16; free for ages 3 and younger. Go to www.roundhouse.org.

Sunday Music: Carl Disque and Bob Courter -

Music with Disque playing sax and Courter playing acoustic guitar. Call 301-302-8032 or go to www.bigcorkvineyards.com.

Rumsey Radio Hour -

The show consists of comedy and music and old-time radio sound effects. The cast features Laura First, Clissy Funkhouser, Nina Geiger, Mark Kraham and Don Oehser. Special guest performers include Jesse Boyd, Sam Gianatti, Morgan Sells and Susan Spangler. The show also will include musicians from The Washington Guzheng Society. $25; $10, ages 11 and younger if purchased through Friday, Jan. 12; $...

Carillon recital -

James A. Brinson will perform. Free. Call 717-328-6173.

Author Lyn Widmyer -

Widmyer offers humorous and informative advice about growing old in her latest book, "Chasing Pills: I Must Be Old, I Have a Pill Dispenser." Call 304-725-6227 or go to SoJeffersonLibrary.com.

"Puerto Rico: After the Hurricane" -

"Puerto Rico: After the Hurricane" will feature Gustavo Ahualli, baritone; José Miguel Cueto, violin; David Lester, double bass; Edward Polochick, piano; José Ramos Santana, piano; Jennifer Rende, viola; and Nancy Roldán, piano. Free; donations will be collected. Email roseannlester@gmail.com.

Jeff Taulton and Kenny Ray Horton -

Acoustic music. Free. Call 301-842-2777 or go to KnobHallWinery.com.

If Music Be the Food... Concert -

If Music Be the Food... is a series of benefit concerts aimed to increase awareness and support for people in the local community struggling with food insecurity through the sharing of great music. The mission is also to teach music students about the importance of utilizing their art for service in their communities. Audience members are invited to bring non-perishable food items or contribute...

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