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Nov 7 - Shiloh United Methodist Church Ham & Turkey Dinner

Shiloh United Methodist Church Ham & Turkey Dinner Saturday, November 7th 3pm-7pm Adults:  $11 Children 6-10:  $6 5 & under FREE Carryouts:  $12

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Nov 2-9 - Discovery Station Closed to Install New LEGO Interactive Exhibit

New Exhibit Announced, Discovery Station Installing New LEGO Interactive Exhibit Installation of New Exhibit as DEA Loads and Transports Out "Target Maryland" Exhibit Discovery Station to be Closed to Public During Transition Nov. 2-9 (Hagerstown, MD) -- Discovery Station will be closed November 2-9, 2015 for the removal of the DEA's Target Maryland Exhibit. The award-winning DEA educational and interactive display brought field trips and visitors from more than ten states, during its one-year scheduled exhibition at Discovery Station. The Discovery Station Board of Directors is pleased to announce that during the short closure, a new LEGO® Robotics Education Exhibit will be installed. This exhibit will highlight the importance of STEM literacy through comprehensive hands-on learning elements that specialize in the four disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The exhibit will contain three sections: The first section will focus on the construction and programming of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3s. The second section will feature two LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Arena Challenges, where visitors can compete against one another. Finally, the third section will focus on the real world application of robotics. More information about the new LEGO exhibit will soon follow! The LEGO® Robotics and Education exhibit and associated programs that are conducted by Discovery Station at Hagerstown, Inc. are not affiliated, sponsored, or endorsed by LEGO Education or The LEGO Group. For more information about Discovery Station, see: www.discoverystation.org. Contact: info@discoverystation.org, or call301-790-0076.

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Oct 21 - WMHC Community Health Fair

WMHC Community Health Fair Western Maryland Hospital Center 1500 Pennsylvania Ave Hagerstown, MD 21742 Wednesday, October 21, 2015 10AM until 2PM Admission is free Many local vendors will be on hand to discuss the services they offer   

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Oct 3 - Broadfording Fall Fest & Car Cruise In

BROADFORDING FALL FEST & Car Cruise In Oct 3 - 7am-4pm Huge event!  FUN--FOOD--CAR CRUISE IN--VENDORS & CRAFTERS--MUSIC--YARD SALES--BARREL TRAIN--FACE PAINTING--GAMES--ACTIVITIES--PONY RIDES--SILENT AUCTION--PHOTO BOOTH--And More... Check out Broadfording Fall Fest or email bcalionsboosterclub@hotmail.com for more info. Vendor/yard sale space available-email with inquiries Broadfording Christian Academy  

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Oct 10 - Run for Mukhanyo Waynesboro

We are hosting the first annual Run for Mukhanyo Waynesboro on October 10th from 9-11 am at the Otterbein Community Park on Welty Road in Waynesboro, PA. The event is for children ages 4-14 to collect sponsors and run laps for an hour in order to raise money for a school in South Africa. This will be a fun morning for the whole family to come out and encourage local youth as they make a difference in the lives of some of the most vulnerable children. The cost of registration is $10 which includes a t-shirt and water bottle, while supplies last. There is more information about the run on our website: www.runformukhanyo.org/waynesboro.

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Oct 4 - Sippin' Cider with Elvis at Springfield Barn

Sippin' Cider with Elvis , presented by Kevin Booth, Sunday evening, October 4 from 6-9p.m. at the Springfield Farm Barn, 16 Springfield Lane, Williamsport.We will have a great fall menu (Chili, Salad, Corn Bread, and Banana Bread with Peanut Butter sauce along with fall snacks and Cider from local Linden Hall Farm)Displays include Vintage Quilts and Aprons, Silent Auction, Farm House Display, Tenant farmer family - Mrs. Clara Hoffman & Daughter portray by Marion James & Johnna Maravelis - share insight about living during the 1800's.  The tenant house will be open one hour before event for tours. Advance tickets $15, includes complimentary Springfield Quilt Raffle ticket, are available at Williamsport Town Hall, Desert Rose Café & Sweet Shoppe and from me - Joan at 301-223-7229.

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Oct 3 - Monarch Butterfly Educational Program

BUTTERFLY PROGRAM SET FOR HAGERSTOWN PARK OCT. 3   The Monarch Alliance, with the support of the Potomac Valley Audubon Society, will hold a Monarch Butterfly educational program at the City of Hagerstown’s newest park, Kiwanis Park. The program will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, October 3, right after an 11:00 a.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the Park. The butterfly education program will be a free, family-friendly event and everyone is welcome.. It will provide homeowners with practical information about steps they can take to help attract and sustain Monarch Butterflies, which are a species in decline. These steps include planting butterfly gardens with milkweed plants that give Monarchs important habitat during their annual migration. These plantings can be an excellent educational opportunity for families with children. They can be registered as "Monarch Waystations" with the Monarch Watch organization, and they also attract other butterflies, pollinating insects and hummingbirds. The University of Maryland Extension Master Gardeners of Washington County will share information on protecting Monarchs and other pollinators. Free packets of seeds for butterfly gardens will be available from Burpee's, along with free native perennial plant plugs compliments of Boonsboro's Sunny Meadows Garden Center.   There will be children's activities, including face painting, free gift bags for children, and children's books for sale, including "Monarch Come Play With Me," by naturalist Ba Rea. The Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown will be supplying refreshments. Later this fall, the Monarch Alliance, working with the City of Hagerstown, the Kiwanis Club, and possibly a local Boy Scout Troop, will be installing a Monarch Waystation at the Kiwanis Park. Each year, the Monarch Butterfly leaves its wintering grounds in central Mexico flying north in search of milkweed, the Monarch’s sole host plant.  Its first stop is Texas.  Subsequent generations continue to move north in search of milkweed moving as far north as the northern United States and southern Canada.  The fourth generation each year enters “reproductive diapause” before heading south on a journey of over 2000 miles to the wintering grounds in central Mexico.  The following spring, that wintering population will head north to Texas, starting the annual cycle anew.  There is no migration like the Monarch’s in the entire animal kingdom. The Monarch Butterfly has been in serious decline as a result of human and environmental pressure ever since its wintering site in central Mexico was discovered in the mid-1970s. The pressures it faces include overuse of herbicides and pesticides, drought, disease, poaching of the Oyamel Fir tree in Mexico, and other causes.  In the winter of 2014-15, the Monarch's wintering population was estimated at less than 5 percent of its historical numbers.  Recently, Lincoln Brower, a noted Monarch Butterfly researcher, the Xerces Society, and others have filed a petition to review the butterfly under the Endangered Species Act. The Kiwanis park is adjacent to Antietam Creek near Imperial Drive, east of Eastern Blvd, City of Hagerstown. From Hagerstown, take Eastern Blvd. north to Professional Court. Turn left on Cameo and continue north to Imperial Drive. Turn right on Imperial Court and turn into the park just past the Trilogy Building. The park is handicap accessible but check the city’s website before coming to make sure the handicap ramp has been completed. For further information about the event, contact Sandy Sagalkin at monsansagalkin@myactv.net or 240-291-6465, or Dave Kaplan at janandavek@verizon.net or 301-331-5270.  For more about Monarch butterflies go to www.monarchwatch.org. For more about the city of Hagerstown's parks go to www.hagerstownmd.org/index.aspx?NID+145.

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Oct 6 - Washington County Public Schools 39th Annual Showcase of Marching Bands

Washington County Public Schools (WCPS) presents the 39th Annual Showcase of Marching Bands on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, at 7 p.m. at South Hagerstown High School. The Smithsburg High School “Leopard” Band will serve as the host band and will be joined by the marching bands from Boonsboro, Clear Spring, North Hagerstown, South Hagerstown and Williamsport high schools. Each band will present an individual performance, followed by a selection performed by a mass band under the baton of Smithsburg High School band director Staci Calder.   Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets cost $4 in advance and can be purchased from the band directors and participating students at each high school. Tickets will also be sold at the gate on the night of the showcase for $5. WCPS senior citizen Gold Cards will be honored.   

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Nov 1 - Call for Entries for the Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition

WHAT:        Call for Entries for Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition WHEN:         Now until November 1, 2015 WHERE:            Washington County Museum of Fine Arts   HAGERSTOWN, MD - The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a call for entries for the Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition. The deadline for entry is Sunday, November 1, 2015. Rules, eligibility, and entry can be viewed at: http://wcmfa.org/news/call-for-entries-2016-cumberland-valley-artists-exhibition/   The juried competition for the Artists Exhibition is open to original artworks of all media and a Best of Show Award consisting of $1,000 is the main prize. Each artist may submit up to four works.   The two jurors for the Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition are Foon Sham and Stephen Wicks. Mr. Sham is a Professor of Art at the University of Maryland, College Park. His public collections include the large-scale sculpture at the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metrorail Station, the Sculpture Park at OMI International Arts Center in Ghent, New York, the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Yucatan, Mexico, and most recently the Hong Kong Museum of Art. He has received many awards including a Residency Grant from the National Endowment of Arts, the Nordic Artists' Centre in Norway, and the Creative and Performing Arts Award from the University of Maryland. His large-scale installation will be exhibited at the WCMFA in Fall 2016.   Mr. Wicks is the Barbara W. and Bernard E. Bernstein Curator at the Knoxville Museum of Art in Knoxville, Tennessee. He has managed the museum's exhibitions program and guided the development of its collections of East Tennessee-related art for 20 years He organized "Higher Ground: A Century of Visual Arts in East Tennessee" - the first ongoing display devoted to East Tennessee's art history. He previously served as Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Columbus Museum (Georgia) and is active as a guest curator, juror, lecturer, and writer. He was awarded back-to-back Cleveland Museum of Art Fellowships.   Notice of all jury decisions will be sent the week of December 1, 2015. No decisions will be given over the phone.   For questions, please contact the museum at 301-739-5727 or .   For more information on the Museum, please phone (301) 739-5727 or visit .  Museum hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Nov 1 - Call for Entries for Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon

WHAT:             Call for Entries for the Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon WHEN:         Now until November 1, 2015 WHERE:            Washington County Museum of Fine Arts   HAGERSTOWN, MD - The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a call for entries for the Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon. The deadline for entry is Sunday, November 1, 2015. Rules, eligibility, and entry can be viewed at http://wcmfa.org/news/call-for-entries-2016-cumberland-valley-photographic-salon/   The Best of Show Award for the Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon includes a $500 cash award. Each artist may submit up to four photographs.   Baldwin Lee will serve as the juror for the Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon. Mr. Lee is a photographer and professor who taught at the University of Tennessee School of Art for thirty-two years. His efforts in the classroom have been honored with the University's two highest teaching distinctions: the University of Tennessee National Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award and the University of Tennessee Chancellor's Excellence in Teaching Award. Lee's work in photography has been shown widely including venues such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York.  His work has been recognized a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts.  Time Magazine in February said, "Baldwin Lee produced a body of work that is among the most remarkable in American photography of the past half century."         Notice of all jury decisions will be sent the week of December 1, 2015. No decisions will be given over the phone. For questions, please contact the museum at 301-739-5727 or .   For more information on the Museum, please phone (301) 739-5727 or visit .  Museum hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Oct 17 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wash Co. Monster Dash 5K

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington County, MD, Inc. (BBBS) is hosting the Monster Dash 5K fun run/walk to raise funds for matching children in Washington County, MD with caring adult role models. The event happens Saturday, October 17 at Marty Snook Memorial Park in Hagerstown, and participation is open to all ages. This is a SUPER fun family event as runners challenge themselves and support the strong, trusting one-to-one friendships BBBS is helping to create. All proceeds are used locally to brighten the future of children in neighborhoods and communities throughout Washington County. Costumes are STRONGLY encouraged (cannot interfere with other runners), and there will be prizes awarded to the top 5K winners and best costumes. T-shirts are only guaranteed until October 3, so register early to ensure you receive one. The run starts at Marty Snook Memorial Park (17901 Halfway Blvd., Hagerstown) at 9AM. The registration fee on or before October 3 is $30 (race fee & donation). The registration fee increases thereafter by $5.   To register, visit:  http://www.imathlete.com/events/EventOverview.aspx?fEID=25344

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Oct 14 - HCC to host College Fair

HCC to host college fair on October 14   The 2015 Washington County College Fair will be held on Wednesday, October 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Athletic, Recreation and Community Center at Hagerstown Community College.                 Representatives from more than 100 colleges, universities, and technical schools in the Mid-Atlantic region will be there to meet with prospective students.                 The fair is sponsored by Washington County Public Schools and HCC. Admission is free. For more information, contact HCC at 240-500-2412.  

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Oct 22 - Kiwanis Rose Day

ANNUAL ROSE DAY > OCTOBER 22ND, 2015 –For over 60 years The Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown has been selling top-quality, long-stem roses annually as their largest fundraiser to serve the youth of Washington County. This year’s Rose Day is Thursday, October 22 when many friends and loved ones will be the lucky ones to receive a dozen beautiful red, yellow, pink, and other colored roses for only $20 a dozen. There are several ways to order. New this year, purchase online http://www.hgrkiwanis.org at the Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown’s online store. Orders can then be picked at Gold’s Gym on October 22 before noon. Order by phone, toll-free (844) 331-1921 or by email: roseday@hgrkiwanis.org. If you know a club member, you can pre-order through them. On the official Rose Day, purchase a dozen or two in person beginning at 8:30 a.m on October 22 at Gold’s Gym on Northern Ave or the entrance to Rose Hill Cemetery on Memorial Dr. Get there early to be sure to get your roses before they are sold out! Make someone happy with a dozen gorgeous roses and support the youth of our community! > The Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown has served the youth of Washington County Maryland since 1921. The Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown meets on Thursdays, 12:15 p.m. at the Academy Theatre Banquet & Conference Center, 58 E. Washington Street, Hagerstown, MD. For membership information, call toll free (844) 331-1921, or visit http://www.hgrkiwanis.org for more information.      

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Sept 21-27 - What's Happening in Washington County

Week of September 21-27 2o15     Washington County Museum of Fine Arts Special Exhibits :  Masters of American Photography Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, 401 Museum Drive, City Park, Hagerstown, MD. Museum hours:  - 5pm; ;  - 5-pm.  or .   Washington County Arts Council Exhibits Jackie Shaw & Heidi Lippman - Opposites Attract: Clay, Glass & Painting Pyromania! WCAC Hours:  - 5pm; . Exhibits run  Washington County Arts Council,   or.   - Antietam National Battlefield 153rd Anniversary Commemoration There will be ranger led battlefield hikes, driving tours, living history infantry and artillery firing demonstrations, a tour of the Antietam National Cemetery, a Civil War brass band concert, and much more. For more information, see our full schedule of events:     - Open Mic Night and Jam at Hurrikane Tap House "The Blue Dominos" will be hosting the open mic/jam .  Bring your instrument.  This open jam is the place where musicians network.  Hurrikane Tap House, .  or      - Thunder in the Square & Wind Down Friday An antique and collector's car show that will also feature motorcycles, trucks, tractors, and much more. Live music, kids activities. . Hagerstown City Center and The Maryland Theatre, Hagerstown, MD.   or     Music "Paul Watson as Westin Noise". .  Big Cork Winery,  or     - Wine Down Friday Wine Down Friday with "Lucy"! .  Wine Down Fridays are family-friendly. $5 admission for anyone 21 and over. $3 for your first glass of wine. Additionally, food may be purchased.  Knob Hall Winery,   or     - Hagerstown's Fall Kid's Closet Consignment SaleOpen  each day. 50,000 + gently used kids items for sale and ALL under ONE roof. Items for babies to teens. Free admission to shop - cash & credit accepted . Best Western Grand Venice,   or   - Corn Maze - Celebration Farm 8-Acre Corn Maze and Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch. Get Lost in one or all three of the Mazes for one price. Fridays  / Saturdays  / Sundays . Open other days by appointment for groups. Celebration Farm,   or.  - Cabaret Welcome to the Kit Kat Club to hear singer Sally Bowles and witness the romance of Sally and the American Novelist Clifford Bradshaw in the Tony Award winning 1930's musical. Salad bar, buffet, dessert, cash bar. .  The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater,   or .    - Country Fest 2015 Stars Travis Tritt, Craig Wayne Boyd, Lyndsey Highlander, Davisson Brothers Band, Jana Kramer and Josh Morningstar will perform at Fairgrounds Park.  Festivities begin . Food, Fun and Flavor! Fairgrounds Park, .   or    - Museum Day Live! Free admission today at Discovery Station, .  or       - The Orchestra - Starring ELO and ELO Part 2 former members . H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA. or   & 27 - Aftermath of Battle WeekendLiving history volunteers will tell the story of the United States Sanitary Commission and demonstrate the role it played in improving the life of the common soldier by portraying a soldier feeding station. They will discuss their role in the Civil War and the aftermath of the Battle of Antietam by providing comfort and solace to the troops.  Antietam National Battlefield,   or  & 27 - Smithsburg Steam and Craft Show Entertainment for the whole family. Breakfast served daily . Arts and crafts, saw mill, craft demonstrations, tractors & gas engines, and good home cooking. Free admission. Please no pets allowed.  Daily.  Parade .  Smithsburg Fire Hall grounds, Smithsburg, MD. . & 27- Music and WineFeaturing "Chris Smaha" on Saturday and "Maybe Yesterday"  on Sunday. . Age 21 or over.  Red Heifer Winery, .  or  - Pen Mar Park Music and DancingFeaturing "Detente". . Pen Mar Park, 14600 PenMar/High Rock Road, Cascade, MD 21719.   or      Newcomer House-Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area Exhibit & Visitor Center   * Call  or  for more information. Hours of Operation:  Daily   Hagerstown-Washington County Convention & Visitor's Bureau        

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Oct 4 - Apple Fest & Shank / Spickler Country Store Exhibit

WHO:                                      Washington County Rural Heritage Museum (RHM)   WHAT:                                   Apple Fest and Shank/Spickler Country Store Exhibit Grand Opening   WHEN:                                   Sunday, October 4, 2015; 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.                                                                                                 WHERE:                                 Agricultural Education Center 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, Boonsboro, MD 21713             WHY:                                      Experience the Rural Heritage Museum firsthand! Apple Fest is a free event spotlighting the apple and the harvest season.  Join us in the celebrating our local crop.  Special activities offered throughout the day include: ·       Grand Opening of the Country Store ·       Ice Cream Social ·       Special bake sale featuring homemade apple dumplings ·       4-H Youth Development children’s games and activities ·       Apple and apple goods sale As a special treat, visitors will be the first to visit the Country Store exhibit, the latest addition to the Rural Heritage Museum’s collection. Take a walk through time to see the Country Store as it appeared in the late 1800’s complete with ledgers and other artifacts from the era.   Visit our website for full event description: www.ruralheritagemuseum.org   CONTACT:                            For more information contact Erin Overdorff at 240-420-1714 or eoverdorff@washco-md.net or visit www.ruralheritagemuseum.org  

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Oct 17 - All-You-Can-Eat Turkey, Country Ham & Fried Oyster Dinner

The Jefferson United Church of Christ in Jefferson, MD, will be having an All-You-Can-Eat TURKEY, COUNTRY HAM & FRIED OYSTER DINNER, served family style, on Saturday, October 17  from 12 Noon - 5 PM at the Jefferson Community Center located at the intersection of Rt. 340 and Lander Road in Jefferson, MD.  Adult tickets are $16.00.  Tickets for children ages 5-10 are $7.00.  There will also be baked goods and craft tables.  Sorry, but no carry outs will be available.

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Oct 3 - Washington County Master Gardeners Workshop

The Washington County Master Gardeners will offer a workshop on lasagna gardening on Saturday, October 3, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center at 7303 Sharpsburg Pike in Boonsboro. Participants will learn how to create new garden beds without digging by layering organic materials. Lasagna-like layers of straw, grass, leaves, compost and more make rich soil with little work. Lasagna garden beds made now will be ready for spring planting. Workshop participants will help to create a lasagna garden at the Master Gardener’s teaching garden at the Extension office.             Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. To register, visit the Extension office or send a check for $10 payable to “Washington County EAC” to Master Gardener Workshop, University of MD Extension, 7303 Sharpsburg Pike, Boonsboro, MD 21713. Class size is limited.      Volunteer educators with the University of Maryland Extension, Master Gardeners teach people safe, effective gardening practices that build healthy gardens and communities.   They give educational talks, create demonstration gardens, offer plant clinics and therapeutic horticulture programs, and host information booths at community events. For more information on the Master Gardener program, contact Annette Cormany at acormany@umd.edu or 301-791-1604.

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Oct 1 - St. Mark's Episcopal Church Workshop on issue of Family Violence

Workshop for church leaders on prevention of family violence, Thursday, October 1, 10 am – 2 PM St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Maryland sponsors a workshop on the issue of Family Violence. The workshop is led by the Rev. Anne O. Weatherholt, Author of “Breaking the Silence: The Church responds to Domestic Violence.” Issues to be covered include examining your church culture to see what “hidden messages” may result in a culture of silence; definitions and myths about family violence; how to respond if someone is in need; prevention lessons for youth and adults; local resources; and what your church can do to save lives. The workshop is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided for a donation. This workshop meets the criteria for the required training for Episcopal clergy in the Diocese of Maryland. Visit www.stmarkslappans.org for information on the location of the Church.

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Oct 10 - Autumn Leaves Afternoon Tea held at St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Autumn leaves afternoon tea to be held at St. mark’s episcopal church, October 10, 2 PM Breathe and be rejuvenated by the autumn and pastoral scenery that surround the church. Savor the tastes and smells of a scrumptious afternoon tea. Listen to lovely piano music performed by Daniel Weatherholt. Come and see the beautiful and historic St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, built in 1849. Church tours, led by Dr. Emilie Amt, including the story of the 19th century African American slaves and free blacks, begin at 1 PM. Visit the newly installed historic plaques in the cemetery, honoring the graves of our black members, and the plaque commemorating the use of the church as a hospital after the Civil War Battles of Antietam and Gettysburg. Tea is served in Dorsey Hall of the Fellowship Center beginning at 2 pm with formal table settings provided by Church members. View a 19th century working Samovar, and enjoy scones, teas, savories and other delights. Tickets are on sale now for $25 a seat. There is a limited number of tables for parties of 8 or 10. Call 301-582-0417 for reservations.         Visit www.stmarkslappans.org for information on the location of the Church.

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Shiloh United Methodist Church Ham & Turkey Dinner

Saturday, November 7th


Adults:  $11

Children 6-10:  $6

5 & under FREE

Carryouts:  $12

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