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The Union Mills Homestead, the Shriver family homestead for six generations, is located in Union Mills, Maryland, about 17 miles south of Gettysburg, PA. The Homestead is now a museum of American culture, operated by the Union Mills Homestead Foundation, a non-profit foundation with all proceeds dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Union Mills Homestead Complex.
101 High St, New Windsor, MD Dorothy 410-775-7402.
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**Weekly Bingo to Support New Windsor Volunteer Fire Department**
Every Tuesday night
-Doors open at 5:30 P.M.
-Home cooked food available at 6:00 P.M.
-Games start at 7:00 P.M.
-Games include early birds, regular games, specials, quickies and jackpots. Pull tabs available all evening. Bingo prizes approximately $1,575.00.
Please note: There will be no bingo on the following Tuesday nights
-May 28, June 4th, June 11th and June 18th.
-December 24th and December 31st. /
If people have any questions, contact Dorothy 410-775-7402
ManneqART has announced its 2015 Competition which features the following unique and exciting events:
March 28-29 Sculpture on the Human Form Workshop for students and beginning artists
April 30--Artworks entry deadline
June 21 ManneqART Madness--Public introduction of the 2015 artworks
September 12-26 Public Display of Artworks
September 27 Gala and Stage Show
ManneqART is a 501c3 nonprofit arts and education organization and competition based in Howard County, focused on bringing the Wearable Arts to the public. Now in its third year, it's mission is to inspire creativity and reward excellence in the field of wearable art. ManneqART reaches out to beginning and accomplished artists of all ages and skill levels and invites them to think outside their comfort zones to create artworks unlike anything our community has seen in the past. A gallery of more than 150 artworks created by ManneqART contestants from 30+ states can be seen at: www.manneqart.org
For more information about entering or supporting the 2015 competition, go to the ManneqART website at www.manneqart.org, email email@example.com or call 301.725.5555
WMCAlumni Hall, McDaniel College, Westminster.
Featuring pianist Nancy Roldán, violinist José Miguel Cueto, and cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski.
The concert will include Beethoven’s Trio Op 70, No. 1 in D Major (Ghost), Dvořák’s mesmerizing Piano Trio No. 4 in E Minor (Dumky), and a world premiere by Richard Lake.
Tickets are available at the Carroll Arts Center, at the concert, or call 410-596-1022.
$15 General Admission; $10 Seniors & Military. FREE to children and ALL students
For more information about all 2015-16 concerts, visit: www.McDaniel.edu/CMOTH
Acclaimed duo Violinist José Miguel Cueto and Pianist Nancy Roldán perform worldwide together and as soloists. Cueto is Concertmaster of Concert Artists of Baltimore Orchestra and serves on the faculty at the Peabody Institute. Roldán, retired from the Peabody faculty, is president of the American Liszt Society’s Baltimore-Washington Chapter, and is founder/director of the Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition, celebrating its first decade at Notre Dame of Maryland University October 21-25, 2015. For more information, please visit www.lisztgarrisoncompetition.org
Dariusz Skoraczewski is Principal Cellist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. He also performs internationally as a soloist and chamber musician. His diverse repertoire includes compositions from early Baroque to the present.
Plan to attend all four concerts of our 2015-16 season! Buy Season Tickets and save $10! See website or call MaryEllen at 410-596-1022.
Chamber Music on the Hill (CMOTH) is devoted to performing excellent, professional chamber music in all its diversity and to nurturing the musical interests of our young people. CMOTH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded in part by a Community Arts Development Grant from the Carroll County Arts Council
Masterworks Chorale of Carroll County (MCCC) invites singers of all voice ranges who love great choral music (or who just love to sing!) to our annual FREE Summer Choral Singing Workshop on August 22, 2015, 10a.m. – 1p.m. in the Levine Music Building, room 100, McDaniel College, Westminster. Artistic Director, Dr. Margaret Boudreaux will lead us as we work on vocal techniques and sing! Those of us who attend every year know that this is great fun and we always learn something new. FREE, open to the public, but to help us to better accommodate you, please call ahead and leave a message on our info line: 410-871-3371. For more information visit our website: www.masterworksofcc.org
Masterworks Chorale of Carroll County is a non-profit, adult, volunteer chorus dedicated to providing opportunities to hear music of the highest quality as well as participate in making that music. MCCC performs a variety of masterpieces by legendary composers including Mozart, Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Bernstein, Rutter, and others. MCCC has also premiered works by Garth Baxter, Justine Koontz, Rebecca Oswald, and Lorraine Whittlesey.
MCCC is funded in part by a Maryland State Arts Council Operating Grant, and a Carroll County Arts Council Community Arts Development Grant.