Community Calendar

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Date Event Description Time / Location

Brotherhood Region III Meeting & Greet

The Brotherhood Region III supports local community outreach programs and programs involving the support of US veterans. Come join us for some community fun and fellowship! The Brotherhood will provide the vittles FREE to guests until the food runs out! Drinks and additional food may be purchased through the Pub! Live classic rock music will be provided by the famous Sean Evans Band - NO COVER! We look forward to meeting you on the 19th!

INFO 1pm-6pm, Buckeytown Pub @ 6803 Michaels Mill Road Buckeystown, Maryland 21717

Spring Open House

Join us for our open house event on injectables and skin care! Learn about all the latest injectables including:Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane. Injections will be available that day at special event-only pricing and always performed by Henry F. Garazo, MD! Door Prizes, Goody Bags, Demonstrations, Hor D'oeuvres! 

INFO 4pm-7pm, 1140 Conrad Court, Hagerstown, MD 21740, USA

Williamsport Lions Club Golf Tournament

INFO 8:30am, Beaver Creek Country Club

Nature Fest

Animals, nature walks, exhibits, archery lessons, campfire activities, story time, family nature crafts, creek exploration, silent auction. FREE. More info: 301-600-2051 or visit www.recreater.com 

INFO 10 am -4 pm, Catoctin Creek Nature Center, 2929 Sumantown Rd, Middletown MD

Children's Festival

-It is FREE -Hands on activities for young children- Activity booths provided by local programs and businesses serving young children - Entertainment throughout the day - Food for sale!

For more information: Call 301-662-4549 or visit www.childcarechoices.info

Sponsored by Child Care Choices, a program of the Mental Health Association, the Interagency Early Childhood Committee, and the City of Frederick. In the event of inclement weather, the Children's festival will be held in the Talley Recreation Center.

INFO 10am - 3pm, Baker Park in downtown Frederick, at the corner of Bentz and Second Street

Ride for Special Olympics

INFO 11am, Buckeystown Pub

Maugansville Little League Bonanza

Cash Bonanza. Final ticket winner receives $1,000. Raffles,Tip Jars, Dinner Buffet Menu, Canned Soda, Firemens Milk.

INFO Doors Open 4:30 pm, Fairplay Fire Hall, Fairplay Md

Sharpsburg Area EMS Purse Bingo

Sharpsburg Area EMS is hosting it's annual fundraising bingo held at the Potomac Valley Fire Hall in Sharpsburg, MD. This year participants can anticipate purses as Bingo prizes! There will be plenty of tip jars, raffles and door prizes throughout the evening. Food will be available for purchase from the Fire Hall. The ticket price is $20 if purchased in advance. Your ticket will include 24 games of bingo and 5 specials. Doors open at 4 PM and Bingo will begin at 6 PM.  This is a great evening so grab a friend and play for a good cause! Your chances of winning are good as we sell a limited number of tickets (approximately 100). All proceeds support the Sharpsburg Area Emergency Medical Service. Contact Kelli for tickets and additional details at 301-992-4315.

INFO 6 pm - 9 pm Doors open at 4 pm, Potomac Valley Fire Co 2202 Dargan Schoold Rd Sharpsburg, MD

Alzheimer's Association "Dancing Stars"

Join the Alzheimers Association at Memory Ball "Dancing Stars" it's signature gala, Saturday May 2nd at the Walkersville Social Hall.

This Premier Fredrick Event features the passion and talents of local "Dancing Stars" in an evening of cocktails, dinner live music, a luxury Carribean cruise raffle and an exciting dance compeition!

Memor Ball proceeds will fund supportive services of the Alzheimer's Association and critical research for a cure. 

Purchase event and raffle tickets by phone at 800-272-3900 or online at www.alz.org/maryland 

INFO 7pm - 11pm, Walkersville Social Hall

Affair of the HeART

Silent and Live Auction of a one-of-a-kind interpretations by area artists of 3-dimensional art, print art, and jewelry. Heavy Appetizers, wine, and beer will be served. The tickets are $35 ticket, $55 couple.

INFO 5:30-8pm, All Saint's Episocpal Church

Tails on Trails 5K9 & Best Friend Fun Run/Walk

Utica District Park, 10200-B Old Frederick Rd, Frederick MD. (Fred. Co. Div. of Parks & Rec.) Sat. May 9th 8:30am - 10am. For fees and registration - call 301-600-2936 or visit www.recreater.com

INFO 8:30 am - 10 am, 10200-B Old Frederick Rd, Frederick MD

Bark in the Park

Utica District Park, 10200-B Old Frederick Rd, Frederick MD (Fred. Co. Div. of Parks and Rec.). Saturday May 9 at 10am - 2pm. Recreational event for dog lovers. Off leash area, agility courses, doggie fashion show & prizes (noon), training and obedience demonstrations. Vendors. $5 per dog; limit 2 dogs per owner. Registration information or vendor application - 301-600-2936 or www.recreater.com 

INFO 10am - 2pm, 10200-B Old Frederick Rd, Frederick MD

Speed Oiling Event

Speed Oiling Event - fast, fun, oily education!

Essential oil based food, drinks & product giveaways! Saturday May 9th from 11am-3pm at the Fox Haven Organic Farm and Learning Center. Hosted by Stressproof Life Essential Oils. 

For information and to purchase tickets, visit www.thestressprooflife.com or call 240-338-3163. Tickets are $10 per person or $15 for you and a guest. 

INFO 11 am - 3 pm, 3630 Poffenberger Rd, Jefferson MD

Mt. Airy May Fest

Join Mt. Airy for their May Fest happening on the 16th and the 17th of May at the Mt. Airy Carnival Grounds. There wil be a lot of free parking and it's free to get in!!!

There will be artists, crafters, vendors, kids park, demonstrations, live entertainment, good food and lots more. Plus there will aslo be a best dressed pet contest.

This all sponsored by The Mt. Airy Lions Club and Mt. Airy Vol. Fire Company Auxillary

rental space information: www.mtairylions.com

INFO Saturday 10am-6pm Sunday 10am-5pm, Mt. Airy Carnival Grounds

E-Waste for Charity

Recycle, Reduce, Re-UseHave E-Waste? Bring it to: Granite Oaks Middle School May 16, 2015 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Granite Oaks CJSF is raising money for Acres of Hope. For complete information on the projectand a list of items we accept, please go to goms.rocklinusd.org

INFO 9 am - 1 pm, 2600 Wyckford Blvd. Rocklin, Ca.

Grace Church Annual Yard Sale

Rain or Shine - Furniture, household goods, and much, much more. For more information please contact Grace Church at 301-865-3270 or gracechurchoffice@comcast.net.

INFO 9 am - 2 pm, 5740 Green Valley Road, New Market, MD

The Frederick debut of “Sing For the Cure, a Proclamation of Hope”

Our organization, One God ~One Voice (OG~OV), a community ecumenical choir will be presenting the Frederick debut of “Sing For the Cure, a Proclamation of Hope” on Saturday, June 6 at the Evangelical Reformed UCC Church in Frederick as a fund-raising effort for The Anne-Lynn Gross Breast Cancer Resource Center located at Frederick Community College. “Sing For the Cure” was originally composed for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.  Anne Lynn, “The Singing Auctioneer”, was a well known member of Frederick’s business community, a philanthropist, a performer with the Chorale, and one of the founding members of OG~OV.  

Please feel free to contact David Cutler, OG~OV president by calling 301-371-6232 or by emailing him at d.l.cutler@comcast.net

INFO 3 pm, Evangelical & Reformed UCC Frederick, MD

Hot Rod Legendary Power Tour

The 21st annual HOT ROD Power Tour returns in 2015 with exciting new features for spectators, participants, and auto-enthusiasts worldwide as the seven-day, seven-city journey travels more than 1,000 miles from Madison, WI, to Baton Rouge, LA, June 6-12, 2015.Presented by Chevrolet Performance, HOT ROD Power Tour is widely considered to be the finest high-end automotive tour in the world, bringing to life the pages of HOT ROD magazine as performance car lovers join HOT ROD editors and photographers cruising through small town America. More than 5,800 participants and upward of 90,000 spectators are expected to celebrate as the HOT ROD Power Tour welcomes all makes and models of hot rods, street rods, custom trucks, muscle cars, and performance machines of every vintage and nameplate.

INFO All Day!, Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

40th Annual Gettysburg Region Antique & Classic Auto & Truck Show and Flea Market

Description: 15 classes, 12 to be judged. Featured cars this year are rear engine & mid engine vehicles through 2015. Registration is $10 until 6/6/15, $15 thereafter. Second vehicle brought by the same family is free. Flea market and car corral spaces are $15 until 6/6/15 and $20 therafter. Good food available!

Eastern Museum of Motor Racing is on the fairgrounds with free admission. Fund day for the whole family!

Cost: Free admission. Parking is $2.00

Latimore Valley Fairgrounds @ Latimore Valley Road York Spring, PA 17372


INFO 7am - 2:30pm, Latimore Valley Fairgrounds @ Latimore Valley Road York Springs, PA 17372

Dentistry from the Heart

FREE dental care for anyone over the age of 18.  Registration begins at 7:00 a.m.  Must register by 11:00 a.m. - first come, first serve.  Free parking and shuttle service at Hagerstown Suns Stadium.

INFO 8 am - 5, 1115 Mt. Aetna Road, Hagerstown, MD

Ovarian Cancer Walk

This year the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) Frederick Chapter will be hosting their 2nd annual 5K Walk to Break The Silence on Ovarian Cancer in Baker Park, 121 Bentz Street Frederick, MD. on June 20, 2015 at 9am. Our walk is sponsored by Cancer Care & Infusion Center of Frederick and Mt. Airy, Frederick Regional Health System and Maryland Title Center. It is inspiring and energizing day for ours survivors and a day to remember and pay tribute to those we have lost to the disease. Last year, we expected 150 participants and to raise $20,000. We were amazed by the immense community support as we had over 530 walkers and raised $75,000 for awareness and research for a cure. 

We walk to raise funds but mainly we walk to raise awareness of this deadly disease. Breast cancer advocates have done a wonderful job of awareness and we are hoping to make the Teal ribbon and what it stands for better known to all women. To learn more about the event, to donate or register, please go to nocc.kintera.ord/frederickmd

INFO 9am, Baker Park @ 121 Bentz St. Frederick MD

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School.....activities, crafts, snacks & fun!!

INFO 9:30 am - Noon, 3440 Buckeystown Pike Buckeystown MD

Direct to Vets Poker Run

INFO 12:30pm, Brunswick American Legion