Weekend 5 June 13

The Shenandoah Riverside Festival is happening all weekend long, starting today at the Brunswick Family Campgrounds, 100 S. Maple Ave., Brunswick. This family fun event will include bluegrass and folk music, River and Trail Outfitters tube, canoe and kayak rentals, kid’s activities, food and craft vendors and a beer garden. Proceeds will benefit the pollution removal of the Shenandoah River. For more information log on to shenandoahriversidefestival.com.

This weekend take a nighttime excursion through “Maryland’s most Haunted City”, with Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick. Tonight through Sunday meeting time is 8:30 at Brewer’s Alley Restaurant and Brewery, 124 N. Market St., Frederick. Woven through historical accounts and true documented stories of the paranormal, master storytellers dressed in period attire lead visitors through the city’s dark streets and alleyways in search of the infamous, the unknown and the unexplained. Get all the details on marylandghosttours.com.

Tomorrow morning at 9 is Flight for the Cure, at the Pegasus Radio-Controlled Airplane Club, 19900 Old Forge Road, Hagerstown. The event is free, with donations accepted to benefit the John R. Marsh Cancer Center. There will be radio-controlled plane demonstrations, full-scale aircraft on display, a landing by the Maryland State Police helicopter, plus food for sale, face painting for the kids and flight simulators. Get all the information online at pegasusrc.com.

Don’t miss the LuHowl Fundraiser tomorrow night from 6 to 9 at the Historic Milestone Farm, 10702 Hopewell Road, Williamsport. The event is put on by the Human Society of Washington County, and you will enjoy hors d’oeurves and drinks, entertainment and silent auction. For more information log onto hswcmd.org.

On Sunday celebrate Fathers Day from 1-4p.m. at Dad Fest, at Smithsburg Valley Church, 12911 Bikle Road, Smithsburg. Admission is free, and the event will celebrate Dads. There will be FREE mustaches, FREE food, FREE games, a car show and more. For more information log onto smithsburgvalleychurch.com.