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Classic Movie – Double Indemnity – January 14, 2020

The Capitol Theatre

In this classic film, insurance salesman Walter Neff (Fred MacMurry) falls for Phyllis Dietrichson (Barbara Stanwyck) who has plans to kill her husband (Tom Powers) and live off a fraudulent accidental death claim. Barton Keyes (Edward G. Robinson) investigates this claim. He begins to undercover the truth. Run time 1 hr 47m Sponsored by F&M Trust Another showing will take place at 7pm

Developing Your Personal Intuition Workshop – January 18, 2020

Developing Your Personal Intuition Workshop

Ever had a hunch that proved correct about your children, your pet, your job, your family, and other relationships or situations? Had powerful dreams that you can still recall years later? Ever gotten certain feelings or “vibes” about someone upon first meeting them that proved accurate? Want to raise your consciousness and re-affirm your spirituality? If so, then this is the class for you! Prerequisites require only an open mind and an appreciation of the beauty for all things seen and unseen. Participants will experience a guided meditation, and will be given the opportunity to practice applying their new-found gifts and talents under William’s mentorship. Prepare to expect the unexpected as your spiritual potential is revealed! Preparatory instructions will be forwarded to attendees prior to the event. Please note this is an all-day commitment.

Improvibles – January 18, 2020


Join us for the hilarious inaugural season of THE IMPROVIBLES, our newest Capitol Comedy Club offering! There’s no script, everything is made up and you get to help! Bring your wildest ideas or be ready to jump up on stage and perform with the troupe in this fast-paced, come-what-may, zaniness! Beer and wine will be available for purchase. No one under 16 will be allowed in without an adult guardian. Adult language and themes – not recommended for youngsters or the faint of heart. Performances are in the Wood Center.

Bee Gees Gold: The Tribute – January 25, 2020

Bee Gees Gold: The Tribute

John Acosta as Barry Gibb has performed in Bee Gees Tributes all over the world, with a zest for detail, like no other. From the look, to the falsetto, you will close your eyes and say “its Barry!” Bee Gees Gold Tribute is the ultimate salute, and experience of seeing the Bee Gees in their prime, LIVE ONCE AGAIN, will make you blurt out “Wow.. I’ve just seen and heard the Bee Gees!” Backed by a live band, this Vegas Bee Gees tribute recreates the look and sound of the Bee Gees from the 60’s to the late 70’s, with their unique falsettos that made them legends!

Fort Ritchie Community Center Indoor January Yard Sale – January 25, 2020

Fort Ritchie Community Center Indoor January Yard Sale

Come and check out all the bargains at our annual Indoor winter yard sale. Over 50 yard sale vendors with lots of items to choose from. Food will also be available for purchase. There are still a few spaces available to set up. Give us a call if interested . Time is from 8am-1pm. Hurry spaces are limited. Free to come. $15 to rent a space.

A Frozen Grief Journey – January 26, 2020

A Frozen Grief Journey

Thanks to a grant from Partnership for Better Health in Carlisle, PA, we are once again excited to offer this free child/family workshop at the DMTF Center for Grieving Families, 7 S. Earl St., Shippensburg, PA. A Frozen Grief Journey will take place on Sunday, January 26 from 2-4 p.m. We will use activities related to the movie “Frozen” and from the new movie, “Frozen II” to help children process their grief related to the death of a loved one. The activities are designed for children in the 5-12 age range. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Space at this workshop is limited. Please contact the DMTF at 717-532-8922 (leave a detailed message if we’re not there) or to reserve your spot.

Hagerstown Model RR Museum Model Train Sale – February 8, 2020

Show is the Winter Sales event of the Hagerstown Model Railroad Museum featuring Model Trains and Railroad Collectibles. The show is held at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center (7303 Sharpsburg Pike) 9AM to 2 PM and has plenty of parking. The location is on Rt. 65 (I-70 Exit 29) about 6.5 miles south of the Hagerstown Outlets and 3 miles north of the Antietam National Battlefield. This event is part of the fund raising activities of the Hagerstown Model Railroad Museum to help maintain Antietam Station located in Sharpsburg, MD. There will be operating layouts at Antietam Station from 10am to 2pm. Tables are 8 foot and cost $22.00 per table. Adult $5.00, Children under 12 Free.

Grief Knits – February 13, 2020

Grief Knits

2nd Thursday of each month – 7:00-8:30 p.m. – Knitting has shown positive mental health benefits for grievers. Come and meet others who are grieving the death of a loved one and learn to knit too! If you’re a griever who already knows how to knit/crochet, bring your current project with you or bring another craft project! Not crafty? That’s okay too. You are welcome to gather with us for conversation and fellowship. All materials are provided by the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation.