PSA for October 2nd through October 8th
Marvin Chapel Thrift Shop is now having an end of the season sale. Clothes by the bagful for the whole family, shoes, dishes, household items, artwork, books, etc. The hours are Friday and Saturday from 10am till 2pm. The church is located at
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine has the following upcoming events:
v “Bringing the Story of War to Our Doorsteps: Rediscovering Alexander Gardner’s Antietam Photographs” will be displayed at the Pry House Field Hospital Museum from October 5th thru December 1st. For the first time since the Civil War, Mathew Brady’s famous 1862 photographic exhibition “The Dead of Antietam” will be reproduced.
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is located at
The Pry House Field Hospital Museum is located at 18906 Shepherdstown Pike on the Antietam National Battlefield in Keedysville, MD
v Thursday, October 4th – World Peace Prayer Service and Blessing of the Animals will be held, starting at 1:15pm. Followed by the blessing in the circle in the front of the school.
This school is located at
The Frederick County Humane Society is offering the following activities:
v Right now their emergency pet food bank is extremely low on supplies. For the next two months you may drop off pet food and supplies at Copy Doc Business Solutions. They are located at
The Frederick County Humane Society is the county’s oldest non-profit organization dedicated to helping pets and their families. They are located at
Saint Anthony Shrine will hold their yard sale and flea market on the first and third Sunday of the month from May thru October. They will be located on the corner of US 15 and
The American Red Cross Greater Chesapeake & Potomac Blood Services Region is seeking Youth to be greeter and refreshment volunteers at blood drives in the
To show appreciation for those who serve in the U.S. Military, the National Park Service will begin issuing an annual pass offering free entrance to all 397 national parks for active duty military members and their dependents.
Every mother wants the best possible start in life for her new baby. That’s why there’s “Baby Blocks,” a new free, online interactive program developed by UnitedHealthcare and available in
The Frederick County Division of Parks and Recreation is taking registrations for a variety of recreation programs scheduled for this fall. Space is limited in these programs and pre-registration is required. All of the programs are held in a variety of parks and recreation centers throughout
Way Off Broadway Dinner Theater will hold their production of The Music Man, running thru November 3rd. Performances will be held every Friday and Saturday evening and matinees on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of each month.
The Salvation Army will begin taking Christmas assistance applications in October. Toys and clothing will be provided for children birth through 12 years old only.
Monday, October 15th 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Tuesday, October 16th 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Wednesday, October 17th 10am-1pm
Thursday, October 18th 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Friday, October 19th 10am-1pm
Monday, October 29th 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Tuesday, October 30th 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Wednesday, October 31st 10am-1pm
Thursday, November 1st 10am-1pm and 6pm-8pm
Friday, November 2nd 10am-1pm
All Christmas application sessions will be accepting 60 applicants per time slot. You MUST bring all required paperwork with you. There will be NO pending applications this year. For each adult in the household you must bring proof of all income and bills and a picture ID or birth certificate. For each child in household you must bring a birth certificate or medical card with date of birth, and clothing and shoe sizes.
They are located at
In honor of
The Frederick Rescue Mission is now offering showers for the homeless and they are in dire need of toiletries. Please help with a donation of shampoo, soap, deodorant or other toilet articles that can be dropped off at the Rescue Mission or at Copy Doc next to Comcast on
Frederick High School Class of 1992 will be holding their 20th reunion on Saturday, October 20th from 8pm till Midnight at the
Monday, October 1st thru Sunday, October 7th
Trout’s Towne Restaurant in Woodsboro will be donating $1 for every omelette and dessert sold to Bobbie’s Fight Team for the Light The Night Walk: Taking Steps to Cure Cancer. For more information or to make donations please visit http://pages.lightthenight.org/md/WestMD12/TheLeachGirls
Wednesday, October 3rd
Thursday, October 4th
The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is excited to announce a bus trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and to the New Barnes Foundation in downtown
The Historical Society of Frederick County’s monthly free Learning Lunch Series continues with a session on Genealogy Basics. The overview will be informative for both beginning and advanced researchers, highlighting resources available locally at the Frederick County Archives and
Thursday, October 4th thru Saturday, October 6th
Friday, October 5th
The Brunswick Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Company Ladies Auxiliary will hold their Family Night Dinner from 5pm till 8pm. The cost is $6 for adults, $3 for children 6-10, and 5 and under are free.
The Brunswick Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Company is holding their apple dumpling sale. The cost is $8 for a pan of 4 and sugar free dumplings will also be available. Orders MUST be placed by Friday, October 5th and pick up will be on October 13th from 6am till noon at the
Friday, October 5th and Saturday, October 6th
Friday, October 5th thru Sunday, October 7th
The Fall Harvest of Quilts 2012 will be held at
The Twentieth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine will be held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in
Saturday, October 6th
Christ Reformed United Church of Christ in
Trinity United Church of Christ in
Saturday, October 6th and Sunday, October 7th
The Monocacy National Battlefield will hold “Aftermath of Antietam”, an exploration of a Civil War field hospital where people can watch the surgeons of the 1st Federal Field Hospital. Living history encampments will be located on the Best Farm from 9am till 4pm on Saturday, and from 9am till 3pm on Sunday. Informal and formal programs will be held throughout the day. For more information please call 301.662.3515. This event is free and open to the public.
The Wolfsville Ruritan Club will be having their 40th Annual Catoctin Antique Gas Engine Show from 9am till 5pm on both days, at
Brunswick Railroad Days will be held downtown from 10am till 5pm on both days. This is a city sponsored event and will go on rain or shine. There will be train rides, entertainment and many activities and exhibits for both adults and children. No pets will be permitted. For more information please call 240.508.3049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit www.brunswickmd.gov
Sunday, October 7th
The Frederick USBC Women’s Bowling Association will present Bowl for the Cure at Terrace Lanes at 1pm. This is an open bowling tournament and all funds raised will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The tournament will consist of three games bowled in a no-tap format. Teams are to be comprised of 4 bowlers each and there is no limit or requirement regarding age or ability. For more information, or to sign up, please call 301.662.2777 or stop by Terrace Lanes.
The Frederick Ski Club will be holding its first annual Ski/Board/Equipment Swap from 9am till 3pm at Habitat for Humanity ReStore Parking Lot on
The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts will pleasant classical guitarist Dr. Francois Fowler in a performance for the annual Mary B. K. Bowman Memorial Recital at 2:30pm. A reception will follow. This is a ticketed event, the cost is $5 for non-members and free for members of the Museum and children 12 and under. For more information please call 301.739.5727 or visit www.wcmfa.org
Monday, October 8th
Rape Crisis Intervention Service of Carroll County will host its 13th Annual “A Culinary Experience” at Martin’s
The Frederick Lights On Afterschool event will held at
The Union Bridge Fire Co will hold Bingo with doors open at 5:30pm and games starting at 7pm. Food will also be available for purchase. For more information please call 410.775.7891
Monday, October 8th and 22nd