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Thursday - April 26, 2018

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

Puttin' for Panhandle Home Health -

Food, prizes including raffles, and a silent auction. Rain date Thursday, May 3. $75, individual golfer, includes pre-game snack and dinner. Go to

Franklin County Candidate Forum -

A joint mixer-style event co-hosted by the five Franklin County Chambers. Meet and ask questions of candidates running for governor, U.S. representative, state senate and state representative. Call 717-597-0800 or go to 

Maryland International Film Festival - Hagerstown -

Acting classes with Ann Mahoney at 5:30 p.m., followed by classes with Kerry Cahill at 7:15 p.m. Part of Maryland International Film Festival. For ticket prices and information, go to

Bluegrass jam -

Bluegrass jam. Free. Donation for snacks and drinks. Call 301-788-1747.  

Summit Supper -

Meal, music by Rhythm of Mercy from St. James Brethren Church, and sharing of what faith can mean in our world. Free. Call 301-733-4720.  

Chocolate tasting and wine pairing -

Chocolate tasting and wine pairing. Part of Chocolate Fest & Book Faire. $15. Limited seating. Go to  

Mad Chad the Chain Saw Juggler Comedy and Variety Show -

Comedy Show Alert! Mad Chad the Chainsaw Juggler has performed at over 1,000 colleges and over 100 TV appearances. This show will be exhilarating, fun and certainly entertaining! Come join us for an evening of thrill and laughter!  To purchase tickets online please follow this link: can also be purchased at the...

"Up the Creek: Brook Trout in the Streams of Catoctin Mountain" -

National Park Service Biologist Lindsey Donaldson, will discuss the current status of native brook trout in area streams. Hosted by The Catoctin Forest Alliance and Thurmont Regional Library. Free. Go to

Hagerstown Civil War Round Table -

Dave Powell will discus the Battle of Chickamauga. After the successfulTullahoma Campaign, Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans continued the Unionoffensive. Through a series of skillful marches towards the Confederate-heldcity, Rosecrans forced Bragg out of Chattanooga and into Georgia. Determinedto reoccupy the city, Bragg followed the Federals north. Fighting began inearnest on the morning of September...

'Aresenic and Old Lace' -

Mortimer Brewster is living a perfect and happy life until he finds out his dear aunts have been poisoning lonely old men for years. $5. Call 301-766-8022 or email

"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

Friday - April 27, 2018

Williamsport Lions Club 25th Annual Golf Tournament Classic -

Fundraiser for Williamsport Lions Club Community Projects. Cost is 300 Team / $90 Green and Tee SponsorshipEmail: or call 3017907912 

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

Maryland International Film Festival-Hagerstown -

"Futures Past," 10 a.m.; "Zebrafish: Practically People," "Transforming the Study of Disease," "Old Harbor New Hope," "Dempsey the Diabetic Superhero," "A Month," "7/8ths of the Way There" and "Sea-Tectives,"  11:40 a.m.; "Forgive Me," "Front," "Send Us Smokes," "Spark," "Second Assault," "Cerrillos Road," "A Necessary Decay," "Asset Management," "Whoever Was Using This Bed," "Fated to Repeat" ...

Delectable Mountains Quilt Show and Sale -

Continues through Sunday, May 27 - 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday "Color Crazy" quilt show produced by Morgan Arts Council. Call 304-258-2300 or go to  

Sherry Kemp Solo Show -

Continues through Sunday, April 29 - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday A collection of Kemp's work will be on display. Free. Call 301-797-2867 or go to  



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