Opening in theaters today is Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson. My synopsis of the movie: 75 minutes of an incredibly buff and shirtless Rock beating up other buff and shirtless bad guys. Not a bad way to spend and evening. Check your local theaters for times.
It’s the last 2 days of the Washington County Ag Expo and Fair at the Washington Country Agricultural Education Center, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike, South of Hagerstown. Both days the gates open at noon and feature farm animal exhibitions, carnival rides and midway. Today is the truck and tractor pull and country music from Michael Christopher. Tomorrow is the final day of the event and has the barnyard Olympics and music from Julie Roberts. For all the information on the events and times log on to agexpoandfair.org
The Keys are back at Harry Grove Stadium this weekend and tonight is Christmas in July Night. Santa, Rudolph and all the elves will be taking a break to watch the Frederick Keys take on the Hillcats. Dig out those Santa hats and elf ears and head to the game. Game time is 7 with fireworks after the game. The Eagle street team will have the prize wheel on hand for you to spin on your way in the stadium. Get all the game details at frederickkeys.com.
The Boy Scout Troop 17 Car Show is tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Byron Memorial Park. Registration costs $15. There will be dash plaques and trophies awarded, as well as vendors, door prizes and a DJ. Food will be provided for purchase by the Williamsport High School Blue Band. The car show will benefit Williamsport’s Boy Scout Troop 17, one of the oldest continuously chartered troops in Maryland. For more information go to facebook.com/RrrCarClub.
Bring the entire family out tomorrow night for Military Night at the Baker Park Bandshell in Frederick. This event is free and will feature music and military precision with performances from The Fife and Drum Corps, U.S. Army Drill Team, U.S. Coast Guard Honor Guard and 3rd U.S. Infantry Old Guard. Plus the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War will be commemorated as well. The event is courtesy of our friends at Fort Detrick with festivities beginning at 6:30. Dave and Jenna in the morning will be broadcasting live from 6-8, and Eddie Van Eagle will be there for pictures with the kids. Get the details online at 1069theeagle.com