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APRIL 2008
 
Apr 1-30, Exhibit: Oils and Watercolors by Ruth Durbin, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.
Apr 1-30, Exhibit: Solo show by Cheryl Keyser, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.
Apr 1- May 30, Exhibit: Nicodemus Center for Ceramic Studies features the center's permanent collection and rare, newly acquired John Bell dish, Penn State Mont Alto (Mont Alto), Mon.-Fri. 10am-12:30pm and by appointment, free, 762-4670.
Apr 3, Theater: Ring of Fire "The Johnny Cash Musical", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, $, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
Apr 4, Dance: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring interpretation of "Revelations" performed by "Orchesis," Wilson College dance troupe, under the direction of Paula Kellinger, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
Apr 4, Concert: "Gaelic Storm," features renowned Irish musical troupe, Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 8pm, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org
Apr 4-6, Exhibit: "Sixth Annual Art in Bloom" features original art interpreted into floral arrangements by Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, Preview Evening party Fri. 6:30-8:30pm, Children's Floral Workshop Sat. time tbd, $ for party, exhibit & workshop free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
Apr 4-19, Theater: Gettysburg Stage presents Paula Vogel's bittersweet comedy "The Oldest Profession", Keefauver Center (Gettysburg), Fri.-Sat., 8pm, $, 888-859-5912, gettysburgstage.org
Apr 4-May 17, Exhibit: “Eclectic Visions,” featuring multi-media by Daryl Ewan, Ruth Jordan & Rebecca Myers, Council for the Arts, Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. 10am-2pm, Opening Reception Apr 4, 4:30-6:30pm, free, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
Apr 5, Benefit Gala: The Shippensburg Band presents it's 3rd annual fundraiser, "Fasching 2008 - A Fasching Style Spring Fest," masquerade ball, German food by Kathy's Deli, live German music by "Blaskapelle," silent auction, Beistle Ballroom (Shippensburg), 3:11pm doors open, 6:11 pm buffet, 7:11pm dancing, tickets $30 or tables of 8 $210, 496-6279, fasching.shipband.org - see our ad this page!
Apr 5, Concert: Gettysburg Community Concert Association presents "Chatham Baroque", funded by a PPA Project Stream Grant, Gettysburg Middle School (Gettysburg), 7:30pm, $, 334-5738/334-3788, www.gettysburg.com/gca/gcca.htm
Apr 6, Concert: "Meredith Megles-Lawler and Friends" perform operatic drama and the American songbook, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, presented by the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra, Chapel of Lutheran Theological Seminary (Gettysburg), 4pm, free, 338-3000, musicgettysburg.org.
Apr 6, Concert: "Shippensburg University Concert Band Spring Concert", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 3pm, free, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
Apr 6-13, Exhibit: "CASHS Art Show," featuring works by CASHS students, CASHS Admin Building/Board Room, Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm, free, 263-9281.
Apr 7, Concert: "Quattrocelli Community Concert," Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 7:30pm, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org
Apr 8, Acrobatics: "Golden Dragon Acrobats", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, $, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com

Apr 9, Movie: "My Fair Lady," on the big screen, Capitol Theatre, 2 & 6:30pm, $, 263-0202, capitoltheatre.org.

Apr 10-27, Exhibit: "Juried Student Exhibition,” Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College (Gettysburg), Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm, free, 337-6080, gettysburg.edu.

Apr 10, Theater: "Little Women-The Broadway Musical," Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 7:30pm, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org
Apr 11, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring "Songs of Spring" performed by CASHS String Symphonette, under the direction of Cindy Scanzello, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
Apr 11-12, Dance: "Orchesis," Wilson College Dance troupe performs varying genres: modern, hip hop, renaissance reconstruction, lyrical, and Alvin Ailey's "Revelations," Laird Hall, Wilson College, Fri. and Sat. 8pm, $, 264-4141, wilson.edu.
Apr 12-May 18, Exhibit: "Valley Art Show," in its 50+ year, features juried works by Valley Art Association artists, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
Apr 12-June 22, Exhibit: "The Horses are Coming," featuring all things equestrian, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org.
Apr 13, Concert: "Spring Serenade," featuring vocal chamber music scanning the periods through baroque to contemporary, performed by Elisabeth Turchi (soprano), Erin Smith (mezzo soprano and trumpet), Valerie Merriman (piano) and Christyan Seay (tenor),   part 4 of the 5 part Musicale Series by Cumberland Valley School of Music, Jerry & Anne Warren residence (Greencastle), 3pm, $, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
Apr 15, Demonstration: Waynesboro Studio Art Club presents Jim Iams-Watercolor, funded in part by a PPA Project Stream Grant, Church of the Brethren Fellowship Hall (Waynesboro), all are welcome, 7pm, free, 762-4138.

April 17, Movie: "Cinema Paradisio," on the big screen, presented by the Cumberland Valley Film Club, Capitol Theatre, 7pm, $, 263-0202.

Apr 17, Recital: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Student Recital, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
Apr 18, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring "Native American Flutes" performed by Dan Dropkin, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
April 18-26, Exhibit: "Embarq Yellow Pages Photography Contest" featuring all entries for its annual book cover, Council Gallery, Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. 10am-2pm, Winners Announcement Reception Apr 18, 4:30-5:30pm, free, 264-6883.

Apr 19, Concert: "Sunny Side Bluegrass Gospel Band,” Beck & Benedict Hardware (Waynesboro), 7pm, $, 762-4711, beck-benedicthardware.com.

April 19, Music: "McCall-Deats Duo" perform piano and cello, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, presented by Wilson College Performing Arts Series,  Thomson Alumnae Chapel, 7:30pm,  $, 262-2003, wilson.edu
Apr 19, Musical: Chambersburg Community Theater presents the family-friendly variety show "Cumberland Valley Sampler: Salute to Names, Nicknames & Monikers", Capitol Theater Wood Center, 6pm, $, 263-0202, innernet.net/cctinc
Apr 19-20, Concert: Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s "Masterworks" featuring pianist Jeffrey Biegel, Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), Sat. 8pm, Sun. 3pm, one-hour preceding show Director Elizabeth Schulze shares information on featured composers and works, $, 301-797-4000, marylandsymphony.org
Apr 20, Concert: "CASHS Glee Club Reunion," all singers taught by Paul Lucas and Ferree LeFevre ending with 1998, meet in band room, perform in auditorium, 2-5pm, CASHS, free, 263-4312.
Apr 20, Concert: "Jazz," Museum Consort featuring Joshua Bayer, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 2:30pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
Apr 20, Concert: "The Towne Singers" featuring music from pop to sacred, St. Paul Church, 3pm, free/offering, reception following performance, 267-3085.
Apr 22, Dance: "The Paul Taylor Dance Company", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, $, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
Apr 23, Demonstration: "General Meeting Program Series" presents oil painting demonstration by artist Huns Schuler Guerin from the Schuler School of Fine Arts Baltimore, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.

Apr 23, Movie: "Easter Parade," on the big screen, Capitol Theatre, 2 & 6:30pm, $, 263-0202, capitoltheatre.org.

Apr 24, Concert: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Cumberbunds Concert, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
Apr 25, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring the Mercersburg Academy Choir, under the direction of Richard Rotz, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
Apr 25, Concert: Chambersburg Community Concert Association Series presents The Harry James Orchestra, CASHS, 7:30pm, $, 263-3030.
Apr 25, Concert: "Vanguard Jazz Orchestra", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, $, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
Apr 25-27, Pit Fire: Mont Alto Pottery Coop ceramic pit-firing, Penn National Golf Center (Mont Alto), Fri.-Sun. times vary, $, 762-4670.
Apr 26, Concert: Chambersburg Community Concert Association Series presents Edgar Cruz, guitarist, CASHS, time tbd, $, 263-3030.
Apr 26, Theater: "National Christian Choir," Capitol Theater, 4 and 7:30pm, $, 263-0202, thecapitoltheatre.org
Apr 26-27, Flower Show: "Birds and Blooms: 72nd Annual Standard Flower Show," daffodil and flower show presented by The Tuscarora Daffodil Group and The Chambersburg Garden Club, First Lutheran Church, Sat 1:30-7pm, Sun noon-4pm, free, 263-0836
Apr 26-May 25, Exhibit: "Washington County Public School Art Exhibition," features grades K-12 in varying media, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, Opening Reception Apr 27 2-4pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
Apr 27, Concert: Cumberland Valley School of Music's annual Awards Concert, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 3pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
Apr 27, Concert: "Shippensburg University Community Orchestra Spring Concert", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, free, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
Apr 29, Exhibit/Demo: "ARTrageous," featuring all levels of Shippensburg Area School District student art, multi-media exhibit and demonstrations, Shippensburg Senior High (Shippensburg), 5:30-7:30pm, free, 530-2730,
Apr 30, Recital: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Student Recital, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org

MAY  2008
 

May 1, Season Opening:  the Old Jail Museum at the Franklin County Historical Society opens for the season, view rotating exhibits including “Making Do: Surviving the Depression” and “75th anniversary of the New Deal,” Thurs-Sat 9:30 am-4pm through October, free, phone, 264-1667, pafch.tripod.com.

through May 17, Exhibit: “Eclectic Visions,” featuring multi-media by Daryl Ewan, Ruth Jordan & Rebecca Myers, Council for the Arts, Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. 10am-2pm, Opening Reception Apr 4, 4:30-6:30pm, free, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
through May 18, Exhibit: "Valley Art Show," in its 50+ year, features juried works by Valley Art Association artists, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
through May 25, Exhibit: "Washington County Public School Art Exhibition," features grades K-12 in varying media, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, Opening Reception Apr 27 2-4pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
through May 30, Exhibit: Nicodemus Center for Ceramic Studies features the center's permanent collection and rare, newly acquired John Bell dish, Penn State Mont Alto (Mont Alto), Mon.-Fri. 10am-12:30pm and by appointment, free, 762-4670.
through June 22, Exhibit: "The Horses are Coming," featuring all things equestrian, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org.
May 1-31, Exhibit: Solo show by Lucy Ecker, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.
dates tbd, Exhibit: "Out of the Attic: Treasures of the Capital Region", features an unprecedented collection of works from The State Museum, Historical Societies, Civil War Museum and others removed from the public eye for decades, Susquehanna Art Museum (Harrisburg), Tues., Wed., Fri. 10am-4pm, Thurs. 4-9pm, Sat. noon-5pm, Sun. 1-4pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org

May 2, Book Signing: local artist and author Becky Dietrich will sign copies of her recently published book "Artists of the Cumberland Valley", a compilation her "The Artists Forum" newspaper columns, time TBD, Council for the Arts, time TBD, free, 264-6883.

May 2, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring "Island Music" performed by Nancy & Jody Messich, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts

May 2, Concert: "Kenny Barron Trio" featuring top jazz pianist, presented by Cumberland Valley School Music and McDonalds of Franklin County, Wilson College, Thompson Alumnae Chapel, 8pm, $, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org.

May 2-June 10, Exhibit: “Third Annual Members Exhibit," Shape Members Bring Out the Art!, Shape Gallery (Shippensburg), Wed.-Fri. 4-7pm, Sat. 11am-4pm, Opening Reception May 2, 6pm, free, 377-8842, shapeart.org.

May 2, Festival: "Second Annual A Taste of the Arts” featuring wine and food tastings by downtown restaurants, artist demonstrations and exhibits, Chalk Art and other hands-on children’s activities, presented by Downtown Business Council, Historic Downtown Chambersburg, 5-8 pm, free, 261-0072, chambersburg.biz.

May 2-17, Exhibit: art and fine crafts by more than a dozen area artists, Greencastle Area Arts Council, Gallery 7 (Greencastle), Fri. noon-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, free, 597-3284, greencastlearts.org.

May 3, Concert: Gettysburg Community Concert Association presents "Brassroots Trio", funded by a PPA Project Stream Grant, Christ Chapel, Gettysburg College (Gettysburg), 3pm, $, 334-5738/334-3788, www.gettysburg.com/gca/gcca.htm

May 3-4, Benefit & Cabaret: "Italian Wine-Tasting Dinner and Auction" and "CVSM-Goretti Music Theatre Cabaret" featuring Broadway songs under the direction of Kay Yaukey, benefit Sat. 6pm, cabaret Sun. 3pm, Beaver Creek Country Club (Hagerstown), $, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org

May 4, Concert: "Music from Shepherd," Shepherd University Student Honors Recital featuring singers, pianists, instrumentalists and the student jazz trio, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 2:30pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org

May 6, Recital: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Student Recital, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
May 8-11 & 16-18, Theater: Chambersburg Community Theater presents "Shadowlands", Capitol Theater, Thurs.-Sat. 8pm, Sun. 2pm, $, 263-0202, innernet.net/cctinc
May 9, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring "Classical Guitar" performed by Candice Mowbray, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts

May 9-10, Studio Tour: Cumberland Valley Guild of Craftsmen, self-guided tour of eleven artisan studios and galleries throughout Franklin County, locations vary, map available online, Fri. noon-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, free, 597-9685, cumberlandvalleycrafts.org.

May 10, Benefit: "Art from the Heart," first annual art auction to benefit Franklin County Therapeutic Riding Center, 100+ artist donations representing all mediums, live entertainment, hors d'oeuvres, refreshments, The Orchards Ballroom, preview and silent auction begin at 3pm, live auction begins at 6pm, free, 504-6234.

May 11, Concert: "Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra," a Mother's Day tradition for ten years, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, Chapel of Lutheran Theological Seminary (Gettysburg), 4pm, free, 338-3000, musicgettysburg.org.

May 14, Movie: "West Side Story," on the big screen, Capitol Theatre, 2 & 6:30pm, $, 263-0202, capitoltheatre.org.

May 15, Movie: "Atonement," on the big screen, presented by the Cumberland Valley Film Club, Capitol Theatre, 7pm, $, 263-0202.

May 14-15, Recital: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Student Recital, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
May 16, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring Children's Choral performed by Cake 45 under the direction of Woody Payne, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
May 16,  Concert: Cumberland Valley School of Music with St. Maria Goretti High School, St Anne's Church (Hagerstown), 7pm, $, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org

May 17, Concert: "Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition,” Beck & Benedict Hardware (Waynesboro), 7pm, $, 762-4711, beck-benedicthardware.com.

May 18, Concert: "Mediterreanean Tour Fairwell Concert" featuring the College Jazz Ensemble, Pennsylvania Hall South Lawn, Gettysburg College (Gettysburg), 7pm, free, 337-6815, gettysburgmajestic.org.

May 18, Concert: "Tennessee Memories" featuring Brian Helman (piano), Scott Matllock (fiddle & vocals), Laurie Matlock (guitar & vocals) and Sharon Rost (vocals and piano),  part 5 of the 5 part Musicale Series by Cumberland Valley School of Music, Steve & Sharon Rost residence (Waynesboro), 3pm, $, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
May 18, Concert: "Festival Choral Vespers for Trinity" featuring smells, bells and 400 years of music, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, presented by the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra, Chapel of Lutheran Theological Seminary (Gettysburg), 7:30pm, free, 338-3000, musicgettysburg.org.
May 20, Demonstration: Waynesboro Studio Art Club presents Steve Wetzel-Oil, funded in part by a PPA Project Stream Grant, Church of the Brethren Fellowship Hall (Waynesboro), all are welcome, 7pm, free, 762-4138.
May 20, Recital: Cumberland Valley School of Music's Student Recital, Alumnae Chapel, Wilson College, 7pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org

May 22-July 3, Exhibit: "An Eye for Detail" featuring acrylic and oil paintings by LaVerne Hill and Linda Pedersen, Council for the Arts Gallery, Tues., Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. noon-2pm, Opening Reception May 22, 4:30-6:30pm, free, 264-6883.

May 23, Dance: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring Motivational Dance performed by "Reach/Chambersburg HYPE" high school dance troupe, Capitol Theatre's auditorium, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
May 24-Aug 17, Exhibit: "Pastels from the Permanent Collection," Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
May 26, Concert: Cumberland Valley School of Music Community Smphonic Band Memorial Day Concert, Municipal Park, Kiwanis Memorial Bandshell, 7:30pm, donation, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org
May 27, Concert: "Glenn Miller Orchestra," Veteran's Concert, (Hagerstown), 7:30pm, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org

May 26, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" season opening, Memorial Day Tribute featuring Patriotic Music performed by Cumberland Valley School of Music band, Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell (rain site: CASHS), 7:30pm, free, 264-6883.

May 28, Movie: "An American in Paris," on the big screen, Capitol Theatre, 2 & 6:30pm, $, 263-0202, capitoltheatre.org.
May 30, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series featuring "Interactive Historical Dance" performed by Danza Antiqua, Capitol Theatre's Wood Center, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts

May 30-June 1, Festival: "The Thirteenth Annual Western Maryland Blues Fest," critically acclaimed blues event in the mid-Atlantic region, impressive lineup of national, regional and local blues and jazz musicians, City Central Lot and City Park (Hagerstown), Fri. 3-9:30pm, Sat. noon-9:30pm, Sun. noon-3pm, $, 301-733-8577, blues-fest.org.

May 31-Aug 10, Exhibit: "A Wonder Collection" featuring over 70 works from artist Ellen Lanyon's collection, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org

May 31-June 15, Theater: “Sherlock Holmes, The Final Adventure,” mystery and adventure for the entire family, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.


JUNE 2008
 
June 1-30, Exhibit: varying mediums by Marty Yeager, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.
June 1-30, Exhibit: "Miniature Show" featuring all-member juried entries, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.

June 1-5, Exhibit & Sale: "37th Annual Art Exhibition and Sale" featuring over 100 paintings, photographs, prints and sculpture by Franklin County Art Alliance artists, Calvary United Methodist Church (Fayetteville), Sun. 2-5 pm, Mon.-Thurs. 2-7 pm, exhibit free, 267-1396.

June 5, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Voxology," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

June 6, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series, performance & location TBA, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
June 8, Concert: "Museum Concort: Pops & the Blues" featuring consort members and guest guitarist Candice Mowbray, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 2:30pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org.
June 7, Concert: "Frankie Avalon & Bobby Rydell", Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, free, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com

June 11, Movie: "To Kill a Mockingbird," on the big screen, Capitol Theatre, 2 & 6:30pm, $, 263-0202, capitoltheatre.org.

June 12, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Rudy and the Bluefish," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

June 13, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series, performance & location TBA, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts
June 14-17, Exhibit: "Annual Clothesline Art Exhibit" presented by the Waynesboro Studio Art Club, funded in part by a PPA Project Stream Grant, Church of the Brethren Fellowship Hall (Waynesboro), times tba, free, 762-4138.
June 14-15, Festival: "Fifth Annual Art in the Park Family Day" featuring live music and art exhibits, presented by The Contemporary School of the Arts, Hagerstown City Park (Hagerstown), Sat. noon-9pm, Sun. noon-5pm, ongoing, free, (301) 791-6191, csagi.org.

June 17-29, Theater: “Lying in State,” wonderfully wicked satirical comedy, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.

June 19, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Flat Foot Holler," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

June 19, Movie: "La Vie en Rose," on the big screen, presented by the Cumberland Valley Film Club, Capitol Theatre, 7pm, $, 263-0202.

June 20, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series, performance & location TBA, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts

June 21, Concert: "CB Pickers Bluegrass Band,” Beck & Benedict Hardware (Waynesboro), 7pm, $, 762-4711, beck-benedicthardware.com.

June 21, Concert: "US Army Brass Quintet" performs as part of the Gettysburg Brass Band Festival, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, presented by the Gettysburg Chamber Orchestra, Chapel of Lutheran Theological Seminary (Gettysburg), time tba, free, 338-3000, musicgettysburg.org.

Jun 21, Festival: "Shape Solstice Arts Festival," featuring art and music for all ages and a variety of food available, Shippensburg Township Park (Shippensburg), free, 377-8842, shapeart.org.

June 22, Concert: Jazz Vocalist Erika Ovette and Pianist Jerry Allen, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 2:30pm, free, 739-3727, wcmfa.org.

June 26, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Williamsport Community Band," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

June 27, Concert: "TGIF" performing arts series, performance & location TBA, noon, free/donation, 264-6883, innernet.net/councilforthearts

Jun 27, Fundraiser: "Eleventh Annual Chesapeake Bay Supper Fund Raiser," steamed crabs, desserts, raffle, silent auction and other Bay-related activities, reservations required, Waynesboro Country Club (Waynesboro), 6pm, $, 762-0373.

June 28-Aug 17, Exhibit: "The Iliad and the Odyssey" featuring large-scale paintings by James Robert Stewart (Guggenheim Fellowship recipient), Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
June 28-Aug 24, Exhibit: "Alluring Locales" featuring a trek around the glove through various artists and their mediums, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
June 28-Sept 7, Exhibit: "Art Glass of the Golden Age" featuring late 19thc-early 20thc glassware from a private collection including Stueben, English Cameo and Amberina, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org

JULY 2008
 
July 1-31, Exhibit: art by Valerie Stutts, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.
July 1-31, Exhibit: Solo show by Sue Bell, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.

July 1-13, Theater: “The Under Pants,” the original wardrobe malfunction, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.

July 3, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Christopher Dean," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

July 4, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring Patriotic Service performed by "Mercersburg Community Band," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7:30pm, free, 264-6883.

July 10, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Shippensburg Community Band," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

July 10, 17 & 24, Concert: "Festival 2008 Celebration Series: Concerts I, II & III" features the Festival Chamber Orchestra and Chorus, funded in part by a PPA Program Stream Grant, Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, free, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com

July 11-Aug 30, Exhibit: "Natural States" featuring pastels by Mary Hickman and Sue Zacharius, Council for the Arts Gallery, Tues., Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. noon-2pm, Opening Reception July 11, 4:30-6:30pm, free, 264-6883.

July 15-27, Theater: “Bell, Book and Candle,” a bewitching broadway comedy, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.

July 17, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Flash Point," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

July 24, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "US Navy Country Current," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell (rain site: Chambersburg Middle School), 7pm, free, 264-6883.

June 29-Aug 10, Theater: “Oatmeal & Kisses,” zany situation comedy featuring Wil Love, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.

July 31, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "CB Pickers," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.


AUGUST 2008
 
Aug 1-31, Exhibit: watercolors by Audrey Mentzer, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.
Aug 1-31, Exhibit: Solo show by Donna Mitchell, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), Fri.-Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-5pm, free, 301-797-6813.

Aug 7, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "KJ Wagner," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.

Aug 12-24, Theater: “The Taffetas,” a musical journey through the fabulous fifties, Totem Pole Playhouse, (Caledonia), Tues., Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Wed. & Sat. 2:30 & 8pm, Sun. 3pm, $, 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org.

Aug 14, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "US Navy Cruisers," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell (rain site: Chambersburg Middle School), 7pm, free, 264-6883.

Aug 24, Festival: "Seventeenth Annual Jazz Festival" featuring top professional jazz musicians, Renfrew Park (Waynesboro), inclement weather location Waynesboro Area Middle School auditorium, 2pm-4pm, free, 762-0373, renfrewmuseum.org.

Aug 28, Concert: "Summer Concerts in the Park" featuring "Mason Dixon Barbershop Chorus," Memorial Park Kiwanis Band Shell, 7pm, free, 264-6883.


SEPTEMBER 2008
 
Sept 1-30, Exhibit: watercolors by Zelma Lushbaugh, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.

Sept 5-Oct 31, Exhibit: "Essential Artistry" featuring paintings by Katrina Hoopes and Marti Yeager, Council for the Arts Gallery, Tues., Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. noon-2pm, Opening Reception Sept 5, 4:30-6:30pm, free, 264-6883.

Sep 26, Concert: "Performing Arts Series Concert - The Shelly Oliver Dancers” featuring the David Leonhardt Jazz Trio, Wilson College, 7:30pm, $, 262-2003, wilson.edu.

Sep 30, Dinner and Movie: "Tansania Safari" World Travel Film & Dinner Series, presented by Wilson College, ethnic dinner-6pm, Laird Hall, film-7:30pm Thomson Hall, $, reservations required for dinner, 262-2003, wilson.edu.


OCTOBER 2008
 
Oct 1-31, Exhibit: watercolors by Glen Sabetto, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.

Oct 26, Concert: "Van Looy Organ Series" featuring organists Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault, Wilson College Thomson Alumnae Chapel, 3pm, $, 262-2003, wilson.edu.


NOVEMBER 2008
 
Nov 1-30, Exhibit: oils and watercolors by Evie Cook, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.

Nov 6-Jan 10, 2009, Exhibit: "Miniature Art" featuring acclaimed miniature art from local, regional and national artists in varying mediums, Council for the Arts Gallery, Tues., Tues.-Fri. 10am-4pm, Sat. noon-2pm, Opening Reception TBD, free, 264-6883.

Nov 14, Theater: "As You Like It" featuring the National Players, Wilson College Laird Hall, 7:30pm, $, 262-2003, wilson.edu.
Nov 18, Dinner and Movie: "Brazil – Giant of the South" World Travel Film & Dinner Series, presented by Wilson College, ethnic dinner-6pm, Laird Hall, film-7:30pm Thomson Hall, $, reservations required for dinner, 262-2003, wilson.edu.

DECEMBER 2008
 
Dec 1-31, Exhibit: oils and watercolors by Virginia Hair, Chambersburg Hospital, 263-3474, free.
 

YOUTH CAMPS, EVENTS & WORKSHOPS
 
 
Apr 1, Theater: "Freedom Train," features Harriet Tubman's perilous escape from slavery, presented by Theatreworks USA, Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 10am, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org
Apr 18, Musical: "The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley," grades K-6, ages 5+, Luhrs Performing Arts Center (Shippensburg), 8pm, $, 477-7469, luhrscenter.com
May 8, Theater: "Max and Ruby" presented by Theatreworks USA, Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 10am, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org

May 18, Dance: "A Princess Tea," presented by the Chambersburg Ballet Theatre Company, refreshments, entertainment and a photo opportunity with your favorite princess, Capitol Theatre, Wood Center, 1 & 3pm, $, 749-5176, innernet.net/cbts.

May 29, Theater: "Two Beans Productions' Winnie the Pooh" presented by Theatreworks USA, Maryland Theatre (Hagerstown), 10am, $, 301-790-3500, mdtheatre.org

June 14-15, Dance: "Cinderella," presented by the Chambersburg Ballet Theatre Company featuring students and guest artists of Chambersburg Ballet Theatre School under the direction of Artistic Director Lavinia Reid, Capitol Theatre, Wood Center, 1 & 3pm, $ (free admission for dad's on Father's Day!), 749-5176, innernet.net/cbts.

presented by Council for the Arts, 264-6883

grades 2-5, Tuesdays, 6:30-8 pm, Clarke Recreation Center

free, pre-registration (one workshop at a time) required

 

Apr 1: "Weaving, It's Elementary," introduction to weaving with Leader Robin Shipman OR "Step in Line," country-line dancing with Leader Jessica Rave

April 15: "A Star is Born," theatre games and improvisation with Leader Vicki Gontz OR "March to Your Own Drum," percussion workshop with Leader Nancy Messich

April 29: "Building a Melody," sing-a-longs, musical games and more with Leader Laurie Matlock OR "3-D Scrapbook," make a scrapbook collage-style with Leader Jane Carlson

Watch for Summer Arts Express coming soon - workshops begin in June.

 

Coyle Free Library, 709-0303, fclspa.org
pre-registration may be required;

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Feb 27: “After School Fun Club: Series of Unfortunate Events," (ages 9-12), 4pm, free.
Mar 4: “After School Fun Club: Beading 101," (ages 6-8), 4-5:30pm, free.
Mar 4-Apr 30: “Infant/Toddler Laptime,” (ages 0-3 with parent), features music, stories and rhymes, Tues.-Wed. 10am, except Mar 11-12, 18-19 & Apr 8-9, free.
Mar 6-Apr 25“Pre-school Storytime,” (ages 3-5 with parent), stories, songs and crafts, Thurs. 1:30pm, Fri. 10am, except Mar 13-14 & 20-21, free.
Mar 11: “Family Game Night," (all ages), 6-7:30pm, free.
Mar 12: “After School Fun Club: Friendship Bracelets," (ages 9-12), 4-5:30pm, free.
Mar 15: “Family Movie," (all ages), 2pm, free.
Mar 18: "American Girls Club-Kirsten", (ages 8-12), 4pm, free.
Mar 26: “Letterboxing with Lemony Snicket - Part 2," (ages 9-12), 4, free.
Apr 1: “After School Fun Club: Finger Knitting," (ages 6-8), 4-5:30pm, free.
Apr 8: “Family Chess Night," (all ages), 6-7:30pm, free.
Apr 9: “After School Fun Club: Weaving," (ages 9-12), 4-5:30pm, free.
Apr 15: “American Girls Club-Julie," (ages 8-12), 4pm, free.
Apr 19: “Family Book Bingo," (all ages), 2pm, free.

 

Renfrew Museum & Park (Waynesboro),
pre-registration may be required,
762-0373, renfrewmuseum.org

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

May 25, Festival: "Youth Festival 2008" celebrates youth with workshops, demonstrations, activities, exhibits and entertainment, preregister for workshops, 1-5:30pm, free.

Jun 24-Jul 29: "Children's Summer Stories at Renfrew," storytelling and hands-on activities, (preschool +), Tues. 1pm, confirm if inclement weather, free. 

Jun 25-Jul 30: "Wednesdays in the Park: Nose to Nose With Nature" (completed K-3), explore nature, enjoy stories, sessions, music, games, bring old sneakers, Wed 9:30am-11am, confirm if fee. 

Jul 21-25:  "Heritage Crafts for Youth," piercing tin, quilting, woodworking, Scherenschnitte, pottery and basketry by skilled local artisans, (ages up to 18), Mon.-Fri. times tbd, $.

Oct 18, Festival: "12th Annual Renfrew Pumpkin Festival" featuring pumpkin carving, pumpking hurling trebuchet, hay rides, children's activities, face painting, music, and free soup, cider, and bread, other food items and t-shirts for sale, 11am-4pm, $.

Oct 29: "Halloween Storytelling," evening of spooky tales, bring flashlights, Fahnestock Barn, 6:30-8pm, free.

 

SHAPE Arts & Crafts Workshops (Shippensburg)
pre-registration may be required, 377-8842, shapeart.org

 

Spring/Summer 2008 schedule pending

 

May 3: DRAW IT, PAINT IT!, (Grades 4-6), designed for Girl Scouts' Drawing and Painting, bring bagged lunch, Sat. 9am-1:30pm, $.

May 10: COLOR AND SHAPES!, (Grades 1-3), designed for Girl Scouts' Colors and Shapes, bring bagged lunch, Sat. 9am-1:30pm, $. 

May 10: ART WORKSHOPS!, (ages 7-teen), Sat. 12:15-2pm, $.

July dates tba: SHAPE SUMMER ART CAMP!, (ages 6-12), three days in late July, $, click shapeart.org for updates.

 

Totem Pole Playhouse (Caledonia), 352-2164, totempoleplayhouse.org
pre-registration may be required

 

May 24: “Fun Fest,” (all ages), tour backstage, watch rehearsals, participate in on-stage events, learn about costuming, makeup and face painting, and much more, free.

June 16-27, Theater Camp: (ages 8-15), Jenny Kreyl director, Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm, $, limited scholarships available.

 

Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
pre-registration may be required; please call to verify

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Mar 1-29: "Saturday Morning Youth Program," (ages 6-12), Chris Copley instructor, Saturday 10am-11:30am except Mar 22, free.
Mar 15: The Art of Writing Workshop, (ages 8-13), Hope Maxwell-Snyder instructor, 10am-noon, $.
Mar 28-May 9: Young at Art, (ages 4-6), Kathryn Lant instructor, Fri. 1-2pm, $.
Apr 4-May 9: Art for Toddlers (ages 2-3 with adult), Allison Weaver instructor, Friday 9:45-10:45am OR 11am-noon, $.
Apr 5-26: "Saturday Morning Youth Program," (ages 6-12), Chris Copley instructor, Saturday 10am-11:30am, free.
Please visit their website for a complete schedule of all summer classes and workshops.

 

Washington Country Recreation and Parks Dept., Daub's Woods (Hagerstown),
(301) 791-3132, washingtoncountyarts.com

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Jul 7-11: "Summer Arts Camp," (ages 6-12 full day; ages 5-6 half day), Mon-Fri 9am-4pm full day, 9am-noon half day, $.

Jul 14-18: "Summer Arts Camp," (ages 6-12 full day; ages 5-6 half day), Mon-Fri 9am-4pm full day, 9am-noon half day, $.

Jul 21-25: "Summer Arts Camp," (ages 6-12 full day; ages 5-6 half day), Mon-Fri 9am-4pm full day, 9am-noon half day, $.

 

Wilson College, 262-2025, wilson.edu
Pre-registration may be is required

 

June 16–20: "SEEDS Camp" (Summer Enrichment and Exploration Day School), (grades K-6), Wilson College, Laird Hall, 8:45am-12:15pm, $.

July 14 – 18: "SEEDS Camp" (Summer Enrichment and Exploration Day School), (grades K-6), Wilson College, Laird Hall, 8:45am-12:15pm, $.

 


CLASSES, LECTURES, SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS
For Teens & Adults
 

dates vary, Dance for children, teens & adults: beginning ballet for adults, dance movement & pre-ballet for children, elementary through intermediate/advanced ballet, pre-professional track, home-schooler, Mommy & Me, Healthy Heart Ballet, Pilates/Yoga/Mat, Chambersburg Ballet Theatre School, The Capitol Center Studios, 709-1800.
dates vary, Beading Classes, Clines Treasures (Waynesboro), $, pre-registration required, 762-9390, clinestreasures@earthlink.net
dates vary, Beading Classes, The Potomac Bead Company, Main Street, $,

pre-registration recommended, 491-1801, potomacbeads.com

dates vary, Heritage Crafts: Workshops for Youth, Renfrew Park (Waynesboro), $ pre-registration required, 762-0373.
dates vary, Drum Circles, Drum Lessons and Preschool & Early Childhood Music Classes with Nancy Messich, 532-6613,  jmessich@innernet.net
dates vary, Cumberland Valley School of Music at Wilson College, pre-registration required, 261-1220, cvsmusic.org

 

Chambersburg Civil War Seminars
featuring top historians from around the nation
registration required, 264-7101, chambersburgcivilwarseminars.org.

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

May 16-17:  "Lincoln and His Era," annual Lincoln Symposium with Ed Steers, John Waugh and others, optional tour of Lincoln's Antietam with John Schildt, locations and times vary, $.
July 23-27:  "The Gettysburg Experience, five days of tours, talks, panels and special events including making of the movie, "Gettysburg," locations and times vary, $.
Oct 3-5:  "The Men Stood Like Iron," lThe Iron Brigade from Second Manassa to Gettysburg featuring tours and talks, locations and times vary, $.

 

 

Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), 301-797-6813

schedule pending

 

Nicodemus Center for Ceramic Studies, Penn State Mont Alto (Mont Alto)
registration required, 762-4670

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Apr 2-May 14: Introduction to Ceramics, Wed. 6-9pm, $.
June 9-30: Introduction to Ceramics, Mon. & Thurs. 6-9pm, $.
Sept 3-Oct 15: Introduction to Ceramics, Wed. 6-9pm, $.
Oct 29-Dec 10: Introduction to Ceramics, Wed. 6-9pm, $.

 

Renfrew Institute (Waynesboro),
pre-registration may be required,
762-0373

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Mar 6-7: "Renfrew Rocks!", geology seminar and field trip,  Thurs. 7pm, Sat. 9am-3pm, $ field trip only.
May 10: "Adult Fly Tying Workshop", (beginner), Bob Stauffer instructor, includes tying materials and use of practice equipment, 9am-noon, $.
May 3: "Birding Trips", Wildwood Lake Sanctuary (Harrisburg), Willard & Tim Rahn leaders, wear comfortable shoes, bring bird identification books, and binoculars, Sat. departure time tbd, free.
May 17: "Birding Trips", Southern Frederick County (Frederick, MD), Willard & Tim Rahn leaders, wear comfortable shoes, bring bird identification books, and binoculars, Sat. departure time tbd, free.

 

Washington County Museum of Fine Arts (Hagerstown), 301-739-5727, wcmfa.org
pre-registration may be required; please call to verify

see dates and offerings in rows immediately below:

Apr 6: "Lecture Series," features "Sculpting: Going from Clay to Bronze," Paul Rhymer lector, 2:30pm, free.
Apr 9: Weaver's Roundtable, "Drafting V - Drafting with Software," Cathy Olson instructor, exchange color study samples, 10:30am, free.
Apr 9-May 28: “Painting with Oils,” (adult/teen), Ski Holm instructor, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm, $.
Apr 15-May 20: “Landscapes in Watercolor,” (adult/teen), Kent Roberts instructor, Tuesday 6:30-8:30pm, $.
Apr 15-May 21: “Exploring Watercolor Studio,” (adult/teen), previous experience suggested, Bob Wantz instructor, Tuesday OR Wednesday, 10am-1pm, $.
Apr 17-May 22: “Success with Colored Pencils,” (adult/teen), Mike Gouker instructor, Thursday 6:30-8:30pm, $.
May 14: Weaver's Roundtable, "Drafting VI - Color and Weaving," Margaret Kloseff instructor, 10:30am, free.
May 18: “Art Demo: The Moving Horse,” (adult/teen), Rebecca Pearl instructor, 2:30-3:30pm, $.
May 24: “Presentation: Therapeutic Horsemanship,” (adult/teen), Ann O'Shallie, M.Ed. presenter, 2:30-3:30pm, $.
June 11: Weaver's Roundtable, display of projects originating from the Drafting Series and designing borders, Barbara Diefenderfer instructor, bring a covered dish to share at lunch, 10:30am, free.
June 19: “Presentation: Collector's Society-John Bell Pottery,” (adult/teen), Dr. H. Eugene Comstock presenter, 5:30-7:30, $.
Please visit their website for a complete schedule of all summer classes and workshops.
 


MEETINGS
Note: Meetings are being updated throughout 2007, please call groups to confirm.
 

Alternating 1st Monday evenings and 1st Tuesday Noontime meetings

3/7 - Brown Bag Lunch Meeting at Thomas June Gallery, 261-1111.

4/3, Meeting at Franklin County Ext. Office, 7:30pm, 597-9685.

Cumberland Valley Craftsmen's Guild, Open to all, Call for meeting dates & times, 261-1111.

1st Tuesday, October - May, not December Book Discussion Group, Fendrick Library, Mercersburg, 7pm, 328-9233.

2nd Tuesday, Not June, July or August

Cumberland Valley Civil War Round Table, Rec Center, 7pm, 749-5519.

2nd & 4th Thursdays

Whirly Birds Square Dancers, St. John’s UCC, 7:30-10pm, 263-8695.

2nd Wednesday, Not July, August, January or February

Norland Garden Club, Assembly Rm. at Franklin Farms Lane, 7pm, 264-2296.

2nd Wednesday, Not June, July, August & December

Franklin County Art Alliance, Wilson College Science Center Auditorium, 7:15pm, 267-1396.

2nd Wednesday, not July or August

June 14, September 13

Weaver's Roundtable, a discussion group, Washington County Museum (Hagerstown), 10am, 301-797-4282.

2nd Thursday

Antietam Photographic Society, Washington County Library (Hagerstown), 7pm, $15/yr, 762-9375.

2nd Thursday Cumberland Valley Woodturners, Call for location, 7pm, free, 301-790-3993.

2nd Saturday, Not June, July or August

Chambersburg Quilt Guild, Trinity Lutheran Church, 12:30pm, $, 263-1476.

2nd Sunday

Cumberland Valley Wood Carvers, Scotland Community Center, 1:30pm, 263-1079.

2nd Monday, Not June, July & August

Audubon Society, Warfield Hall, Wilson College, (January meeting at  Park Avenue Church), 7pm, 263-6006.

3rd Wednesday Art Forum, SHAPE Gallery (39 W. King St., Shippensburg), 7pm, 377-8842 or shapeart.org

3rd Tuesday, Not July & August

Waynesboro Studio Club, Church of the Brethren Fellowship Hall (Waynesboro), 7pm, 762-4138.

3rd Saturday of even months with exceptions Apple Valley Painters, a chapter of the Society of Decorative Painters, Call for details, 263-5392.

4th Wednesday

Valley Art Association, Mansion House Art Gallery (Hagerstown), 6:30pm, 301-797-6813.

Last Thursday, Not June, July or August

Kittochtinny Historical Society, Lighthouse Rest., 6:30pm dinner, 7:30pm program, 264-1667.

Last Thursday

Day Time Book Club, Coyle Free Library, 1:30pm, free, Call for monthly topic, 263-1054.

Last Monday

Rug Hookers, Falling Spring Presb. Church FLC, 10am, 264-5390.

March 17 (confirmed for 2007)

CCT, Ryans, 9am, 263-3900.

March 31 NEW! First meeting of the new Chambersburg Chapter of the American Sewing Guild, Trinity Lutheran, 1pm, 264-1621 / ccasgpresident@yahoo.com


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