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The Mission Statement of the Maryland Games Club: We play games. Our main goal is to have fun. We welcome all gamers from novice to experienced. We play games of all kinds, but mostly board games and card games. We are very flexible and easy to get along with. We have members of all ages and from various gaming and non-gaming backgrounds. We promote a positive mental attitude, good sportsmanship, fair play, flexibility, open mindedness, patience and communication. We provide…
Bluegrass musicians are cordially invited to jam with other bluegrass lovers in this cozy family friendly venue. Great acoustics. Hikers, bicyclists, people out for a Sunday drive - experience roots music in the foothills of Appalachia how it was meant to be played! No cover
This producer-only market features fresh fruits & veggies, meat, wine, cut flowers, plants, baked goods, crafts, and a rotating cast of food trucks. The 2022 Vendor list includes: Belle Aisling, Jefferson, MD (fresh-baked bread) Country Pleasures, Middletown, MD (organic stone fruits, berries, preserves, grass-fed beef) Fresh Mama Farm, Barnesville, MD (everything you want in your salad bowl) Hope Grows, Brunswick, MD (produce) JewelRita, Brunswick, MD (jewelry) Lovettsville Co-op, Lovettsville, VA (cooperatively-owned food market) Mazzaroth Vineyard, Myersville, MD (winery) Pasture Living,…
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy free music in the park on the last Fridays of the month from May through September. After-Market Music immediately follows the Brunswick Farmers' Market (4pm-7pm in Martin's Creek Municipal Parking Lot), so bring your picnic goodies, downtown restaurant, or food truck take-out and enjoy a picnic while your listen. Alcohol is prohibited.
Bring your fiddle, banjo, guitar, or mandolin and join this jolly group of musicians family-style. Homegrown music as it was meant to be, and as enjoyable to the performers as it is to the listeners. Jason Miller of OTF usually takes the lead; fellow musicians are multi-generational, typically ranging from 10 to 70 years old. You may even be lucky enough to see Rebecca Adams dance old-time Appalachian-style!