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Saturday - January 27, 2018

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 or purchase at the door.

Polar Run 5K family run -

Registrants receive access to the race, a cup of hot coffee, hot apple cider or beer upon finishing, bonfire and two hour access to Family Recreation Park that includes go karts, batting cages and mini golf. Go to

Happy birthday, Mozart! -

Happy birthday Mozart. Make an instrument to take home.. 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

Cocoa & Coloring -

Join us at the Miller House Museum for a cozy afternoon of family-friendly fun! We’ll provide everything you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages for both kids and adults—and a bottomless hot chocolate bar! Top off your cup with treats like whipped cream, graham cracker crumbs, marshmallows and sprinkles and keep coming back for more! Full-size coloring books,...

Oil-painting demonstration -

Donna Bingaman will demonstrate techniques in portrait painting. Part of Destination Arts! Call 717-762-8394 or go to

Multi-Author Book Signing with Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb -

Join us on January 27th as we celebrate the release of DARK IN DEATH with J.D. Robb/Nora Roberts and a host of other wonderful authors we're excited to have with us: Kerri Carpenter, Lauren Dane, Sonali Dev, Sophia Nash and local authors M.L. Crum, Stacy Einfalt and Alan Gibson. We begin giving out free tickets at 10am. The signing begins at noon. We'll stop giving out tickets at 2pm, but all of...

Winter Wine Education Series: January class -

The instructor will be general manager Jed Gray and winemaker David Collins. Explore popular wine descriptions and what they really mean to your wine experience. Participants will use an aroma kit and learn how to identify wine by nose. The class also includes a variety of perfect cheese pairings. $60; $50 per person for Big Corkers. Call 301-302-8032 or go to

"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

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

The Joyful Snowman -

Beginners Welcome! Ages 14 and up! Class Tuition and supplies: $45 Join me at Joyful Arts Studio in painting this gleefull snowman! Be sure to choose your canvas size below, either 16x20 or 12x24. Go to

"Inside Camp David" signing and talk with author Michael Giorgione -

Former Camp David commander Admiral Michael Giorgione will provide a slide show, discussion and book singing. Call 301-698-0121 or go to

Shady at The Big CorkWinery -

Saturday afternoon with Great Wine and Shady Lane. Free. or call 240-675-4383.    

Snowman wall hanging workshop -

Heather Forberger will guide students in constructing a snowman winter wall hanging from stoneware clay, personalized by each student. Ages 5 to 13, students 8 and younger must have an adult present. Part of Destination Arts! $25, includes all materials, glaze and firings. Call 717-404-3190, email or go to

Jazz duo in the gallery -

Jazz music with Gordon Crabb on saxophone and Pat Beard on clarinet. Part of Destination Arts! Free. Call 717-762-8394 or go to  

Cold-cast sculpting -

Denny Bingaman will demonstrate cold-cast metal sculpting of an eagle head profile, using a rubber mold made from the original work. Part of Destination Arts! Free. Call 717-762-8394 or go to

Painted Pages: Illuminated Manuscripts, 13th — 18th Centuries -

Continues through Sunday, Jan. 28 - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday; reception and gallery talk from 4 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11. More than 35 works from the Christian, Persian, Jewish and Classical traditions will be on display. Works include medieval Bibles, prayer books, psalters, Books of Hours, choir books, missals, breviaries, and...

Teen game days -

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



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