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Saturday - October 20, 2018

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...

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

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....

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.  

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.

Art for the Animals "Tail-End" Reception -

This is the 13th Annual Art for the Animals fundraiser. The "Tail-end" reception is the last day of a 3 week long silent auction on original 5"x7" pieces of artwork donated by local artists. All proceeds from the silent auction go to For Otis Sake a local organization who specializes in rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing dogs. The silent auction will be ending at exactly 7:30pm during the...

The Haunted Hayride -

An evening of fun and chills. $15 per person. Call 304-258-4178.

Trail of Fears -

Add something new to your haunt season. Follow the path as it winds through at least 1/2 mile of trees, shrubs and open areas. Be ready to come face-to-face with your real or imagined fears. Expect startles, frights, insecurities and trepidations. Be sure to watch your step, but also, your back, front, sides, head and toes; for if you don't, someone, or something, else will. Come face the Trail...

Murder, Mayhem, & Mystery Tours -

Experience thrills and chills on this candlelight tour of the Miller House Museum! Explore the house as you've never seen it before as you learn more about the haunted history of Washington County. Saturdays October 6, 13, 20From the earliest settlers, our ancestors had a much closer relationship with death and the supernatural. Explore the traditions and practices of German immigrants, African...

Candlelight Cemetery Tours -

Discover Frederick’s past as we navigate through the labyrinth of graves, crypts and monuments of historic Mount Olivet Cemetery. Journey to the final resting place of Francis Scott Key, Maryland's first governor, Civil War heroine, Barbara Fritchie; and over 700 confederate soldiers. Tour also includes intriguing facts about the cemetery’s origin, tombstone design, grave robbing, mass graves,...

Painter Tom Varano -

“Emotion Into Art,” is a mixture of performance speedpainting and inspirational speaking. Using fingertips, palms, and multiplebrushes, Tom Varano paints portraits of famous people on a four-foot byfive-foot canvas in just a matter of minutes. His creations are choreographedto loud music that is powerful and stimulates the senses. Not only will theart draw you in to see what will be revealed on...

Authentic Community Theatre and The Maryland Theatre Present GREASE -

NOMINEE! 1972 Tony Award® for Best Musical and Best Book of a MusicalNOMINEE! 1994 Tony Award® for Best Revival of a MusicalNOMINEE! 2008 Tony Award® for Best Revival of a Musical  Here is Rydell High's senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding "Burger Palace Boys" and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking "Pink Ladies" in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in...

Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick -

Journey through Frederick’s Gruesome and Bloody Past. Nearly 300 Years of War, Executions and Revenge. True Documented Stories of the “Paranormal” with Maryland’s Oldest Operating Ghost Tour! Uncover Politically Savvy and Defiant Citizens, Patriots from the Revolutionary War, Beckoning Soldiers from the Civil War, the Infamous, the Unknown, and the Unexplained. 90-Minutes. Reservations Required...

Sunday - October 21, 2018

Fulton Fall Folk Festival -

Fulton Fall Folk FestivalVendor Space Rentals $30.00(For Entire Event)October 19th & 20th, 20188:00 AM – 5:00 PMOctober 21, 2018Noon – 4:00 PM 717-816-4081 To benefit Hope Christian Academy.$30.00

Berkeley Springs Studio tour -

Oct. 20 and 21 - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free driving tour of 11 local artists in their studios.Eight at Mac Ice House. Tour information at Maps and info also available at the Tour HQ in the Ice House Gallery, Independence and Mercer Sts. Berkeley Springs, WV 25411. Email 

rink Your Apples: Roeder’s Tavern Cider Making, 1860 -

Learn the time-honored tradition of preserving harvest-time apples by making cider. Oct. 20 and 21 - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free/entrance fees apply. 



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