Dancing Feet Singles will be hosting a Singles Dance in Carlisle, Friday, May 29th. D.J. Tommy Tunes will be playing a wide variety of great dance music! There will be a full cash bar and snacks will be provided. Open to mature Singles over the age of 21. Doors open at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!
Benefit of the scholarship fund. Tour features 6 area gardens not normally open to the public. A self-guided tour; landscape representatives will be available. For tickets or information: call 717-792-3403, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or send your check for $15 per ticket, made payable to The Garden Club of York, and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to 3999 Littlejohn Drive, York, PA, 17408.
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Inaugural “Dubs & Dogs” on Saturday, June 6th, 10am – 3pm
Better Days Animal League Thrift Store – Fort Loudon
On Route 75, near the Milky Way Restaurant
VOLKSWAGEN Car Show & Swap Meet
Thrift Store specials, Raffles, Food, Vendors, & Music
Call for Registration & Vendor information: 717-217-9169
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Dentistry from the Heart free dental care. Hosted by Hagerstown Smiles Dental Care, Dr. Bruce Burley, Dr. Brandon Burley, Dr. Brandy Behrens. This day gives us the opportunity to pay it forward! Choice of filling, extraction, or cleaning will be performed for those 18 years and older who can’t get dental care elsewhere. Arrive early, registration starts at 7:30am, ends at 11:30am. Patients will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis. The first 100 patients are guaranteed to be seen.
Patients are encouraged to arrive early. Dress appropriately for the weather. We will provide water, chairs and a tent to sit under. For more information please contact 301-739-7003 or visit www.hagerstownsmiles.com. All parking will be at Hagerstown Suns Stadium. Click here to view official flier for this event.
A tour of 8 historic homes and gardens and the Historical Society headquarters in the Smithsburg, MD, area on June 13, 2015, will benefit restoration of the town hall tower to its historic 1890s appearance. The tour includes perennial gardens, historic homes in the town, a former grist mill in Edgemont, and a unique carnivorous plant nursery.
Tickets ($15.00) and information are available on the day of the tour at the Smithsburg Historical Society, 20 E. Water Street. Advance tickets are available in Smithsburg. For more information, see www.smithsburgtower.com or call the Historical Society to contact a committee member.
Nestled along the mountains east of Hagerstown, the picturesque Smithsburg area boasts beautiful views of farms, orchards, and the nearby mountain topped by the Appalachian Trail. There are gently curved rails where freight trains rumble thru the town and head up along the mountain toward the east. Local schools, the town hall, and several shops and a restaurant are on a pleasant walk around the village. Six of the properties on the tour are in this walking area near the Historical Society’s tiny headquarters, a masonry building dating from 1836. Then drive thru orchards and along the railroad to the grist mill, now converted to a scenic and rustic retreat. And then to the exotic plants in the greenhouse and bog garden at the Carnivorous Plant Nursery for another unusual gardening experience.
We are members of our community who have been touched personally by a diagnosis of breast cancer. In honor of women and men fighting breast cancer, and in memory of those who have lost their life due to breast cancer, we invite you to participate in the Gala of Giving. All proceeds from the event will go to the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.
The night will have Chefs Appetizer Competition, Add you own Brush Stroke to a finished original work, Live Music, Dinner, Silent & Live Auctions
Open to the Public. Ribbon cutting and Open House for the donated warehouse to Operation Christmas Child volunteers to prepare and pack shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child. The warehouse will be used year round and dedicated to the packing of shoeboxes to be delivered to countries around the world.
Visit historic Antietam Train Station Museum, learn Railroading history, see real artifacts. Watch operating Model Trains. Kid friendly. Handicapped accessible.
The Hagerstown Model Railroad Museum (HMRRM) is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1937 and is active in promoting the hobby to the general public. The HMRRM was formed as a charitable, educational, literary, historical, scientific, and technological society and museum to promote to the public the historical, cultural, and economic importance of railroading to Hagerstown and the surrounding communities.