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Thursday - January 25, 2018

IceFest -

IceFest opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony with free cupcakes at 5 p.m.; live giant sculpture carving throughout downtown, free double-wide ice slide in parking lot next to Gartenberg Jewelry on Main Street, food vendors from 5 to 8 p.m.; live carve-off at 5:30 p.m. IceFest continues through Sunday, Jan. 28. Go to IceFestpa.com.  

Snowball thrower -

Make yourself throwing a snowball. 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 www.be-hive.org.

Wine and paint night with Rebecca Pearl -

The fundraiser benefits the educational programs of Catoctin Forest Alliance. $45. For tickets, email Shellbio@aol.com or call or text 301-471-7434.

Bingo -

Every Thursday. All regular games pay $100. Slow quickies pay $175. Jackpot pays up to $,1000. Jackpot is guaranteed to pay at least $500. Play a nine-pack for $ 25. All 31 games included.18 pack is $37. Doors open at 5 p.m. Snack bar available. Great food.

Summit Supper/Fresh Start -

Have a meal and meet new friends. St. James Brethren Church will provide inspirational music for the evening. Free. Call 301-733-4720.

Trivia night -

Trivia. Go to CushwaBrewing.com.

Thursday Night Open Mic -

Every Thursday Night at The Leitersburg Tavern 7 to 10 pm All Acoustic Musicians are invited to come and be a part of the evening's performance. Bring your instrument's and show us what you can do! Mic's and PA are provided. Hosted by Shady Lane. 

Hagerstown Civil War Round Table -

The talk is by Dan Vermilya, who will discuss the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. Fearing envelopment northwest of Atlanta, Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston withdrew his army to a new defensive position astride Kennesaw Mountain near Marietta, Ga. Union commander Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman was convinced that Johnston had stretched his line too thin and decided on a frontal attack on...

"She Stoops to Conquer" -

Thursday, Jan. 25, Friday, Jan. 26 - 8 p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 27 - 2:30 and 8 p.m.; Sunday, Jan. 28 - 2:30 p.m. When Mr. Hardcastle plays matchmaker for his daughter, and Mrs. Hardcastle plays matchmaker for her son, surprises ensue. Tickets cost $10 to $18 depending on day. For tickets, go to www.blackboxartscenter.org.

Friday - January 26, 2018

It's story time -

Story time. Call 717-762-3335 or go to www.ahmfl.org.

"Connections" -

A ceramics and mixed-media sculpture exhibit by artist Janet Street. Free. Call 240-315-6846, email gianni@hood.edu. Go to www.hood.edu.

It's story time -

Story time. Call 717-762-3335 or go to www.ahmfl.org.

"John Neal Mullican: Portraits and More" and "Elayne Rogge: Expressive Landscapes" -

Artwork by John Neal Mullican and Elayne Rogge will be on display. Call 301-791-3132 or go to www.washingtoncountyarts.com.

Come play bingo -

Play bingo with prizes. 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 www.be-hive.org.

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.

Teen game days -

Play one of the library's games or bring your own to share. Games include board and card games, GameCube, Xbox Kinect and two gaming computers. For ages 12 to 18. Snacks provided. Call 717-762-3335 or go to www.ahmfl.org.

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.

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