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Saturday - October 20, 2018

Hagerstown Corn Maze -

Now through Oct. 28. 8-acre corn maze and pick-our-own pumpkin patch. Get lost in one or all three of the mazes for one price. Open weekends September and October, Friday, 5 to 10 p.m.; Saturdays, noon to 10 p.m.; Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. Moonlight mazes on Friday and Saturday nights. Bring your own flashlight. All proceeds benefit local faith based non-profit organizations. Admission and group...

Exhibits by Diana Suttenfield and David Bottini -

New paintings by Shepherdstown artist Diana Suttenfield and Hagerstown artist and teacher David Bottini will be on display. Call 304-876-2300 or go to

"The Elves and the Shoemaker" -

Puppet show. $6, free for those 1 and younger. Call 304-258-4074 or go to   

Sing! -

Do you dream of becoming a singer?Or do you just want to impress your friends at karaoke?Learn the basics of solo singing and vocal function: breathing, pitch, vowels, tone, & registers. Great for beginners, all singing styles welcome!Saturdays, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Oct. 20-Dec. 15 with Delia Zielinski No class the week of Thanksgiving. 8-weeks for $120.To enroll, click: https://apm....

Metal Pour Event -

Alumna Alyssa Imes, creator of the monarch butterfly sculpture in Popodicon's historic garden, will conduct a metal pour with her self-built iron casting furnace. $25, includes a scratch block and metal catsing keepsake and a reception. Registration deadline is Friday, Oct. 12. Call 304-876-5021, email or go to

Pry House Field Hospital Museum tours -

The house became a headquarters and a hospital during the Battle of Antietam. This tour will focus on the civilian impact of the Battle of Antietam and how emergency medicine evolved during the Civil War. Guided tours explore the history of the house and the impact on the Pry family. Guided tour included with $5 admission to the Pry House Field Hospital Museum. For more information, contact...

Family Fall Fest -

Free food, trunk or treat, games, door prizes, hay rides, face painting and more. Wear your costume.  

Fall Family Festival -

This is an event for the entire family. There will be games, inflatables, barrel train rides, hayrides, live music, food and a live square dance caller. 

Fall Family Festival -

There will be games, inflatables, barrel train rides, competitions, live music, prizes, food and a live square dance caller. Free. Call 717-597-3592 and go to

2018 American Conservation Film Festival -

October 12-14, and October 19-21(Encore Weekend) at Shepherd Universisty and National Conservation Training CenterEnjoy over 35 compelling films and special programs during two autumn weekends in beautiful Shepherdstown, West Virginia. ACFF showcases the most exceptional conservation films from around the world on topics ranging from agriculture to climate change to wildlife. 

Order of Sons of Italy in America Dinner Dance -

The event will feature Giovanni Live Italian Band. Guest speaker will be Dr. Joseph Cincinnati. $35 per person. Deadline for tickets: Friday, Oct. 5. Call 304-262-2337.  

Bluegrass and gospel concert -

The Gloryland Ramblers will perform. $4. Snacks and drinks available. Call 301-491-3346.

Opening Night: Fright Night at the Fairgrounds -

Thrills and chills await you at the fairground. No ghouls, activities for children and families in the show barn. $10; $5, ages 8 and younger.

Cedar Ridge Adventures Fall Fest -

Editor's note: Corn hole tournament has been canceled. Event will now start at 6 p.m. Music, Food, Bonfire, and Night Zip Line Rides under the stars! Admission is FREE! The Zip line is $20 dollars Adult and $15 dollars with a valid student ID. Sign up for a time slot to ensure your zip ride at the time you want. The night zip will begin at 6 PM and go until midnight!

Live music -

Shame Spiral, Roseblood, Five Year Winter, Ripped Away and Back to Life to perform. $8. All ages concert.

Trunks or Treats -

Food, magic show, games and treats. Children are not required to wear costumes, but if they would like, please no scary ones. Everything is free. Call 717-597-4284 or go to

Bingo/dinner -

Doors open 5:00pm; Dinner 6:00pm; Bingo 7:00pm. BRING YOUR DAUBERS. 20 games of Bingo -- 19 games pay $75.00 each, 20th game COVERALL pays $500.00 (3 Cards Per Game). Extra Packets Available for Ticket Holders. Also Tip Jars, Wheel, 50/50, Raffle. Dinner includes: 1/2 Grilled Chicken; Baked Potato; Veggies & Dip; Dessert; drinks (soda, water) Cash Bar Available.



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