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I was not able to attend the
annual Art in the Park festival held on the grounds of Westminster City Hall. In
1993 I exhibited at the first Art in the Park and have exhibited a number of
times in the past, but this year I volunteered to help with the horses at the
annual Equestrian Special Olympics.
“The Art of the
Musical Instrument” June 20 through August 9, 2019
Some of the highlights
include: “The Art of the Musical Instrument” Exhibit at the Carroll Arts Center
The Carroll Arts Center is
proud to be hosting a new exhibit in the Tevis Gallery from June 20 through
August 9, 2019. The “The Art of the Musical Instrument” weaves together sound,
narrative, history, and actual musical instruments. Guest curator Ryan A.
Koons, PhD, focuses on musical instruments as crafted art objects with diverse
histories as well as objects that create beautiful sounds.
This exhibit coincides with a
performance by Wherligig,
the Carroll-based traditional Celtic and Nordic acoustic ensemble, who will perform on Saturday, June
29 at 8 pm using several instruments from the exhibit.
Also on exhibit in the
Community Gallery are artworks by members of the Carroll County Camera Club in a show titled “Lens Art”
featuring new works in a variety of photographic styles.
The public is invited to a … reception for both exhibits on Thursday,
June 20, 2019 from 5 to 7 pm.
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cash bar will be part of the festivities. The
exhibit is free and open to the public.
Respectfully submitted Councilmember
Kevin Dayhoff. Any questions, never hesitate to be in touch.
June 18: Free Family Movie
"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"
June 25: Free Family Movie
"A Bug's Life"
June 29: Wherligig - acoustic
Spotlight Musical Theatre
presents The Lion King, Jr Saturday, June 8, 1 pm & 5 pm Sunday, June 9, 1
pm & 5 pm A fun-filled show for the whole family featuring local students.
$15 Adults / $12 children ages 4-17 (3 and under free but must sit on parent's
Ryan McNulty presents
Westminster Film Festival Saturday, June 15, 1 pm Come see incredible short
films from local filmmakers! The first official Westminster Film Festival
showcases the work of student, independent, and amateur filmmakers from DC, Maryland,
Virginia, and Pennsylvania. $11 General Admission
FLICC presents Leave No Trace
Friday, June 21, 1 pm, & 7:30 pm
2018; 1 h 59 m; PG Captioned
- A powerful tale of self-reliance about a veteran with PTSD and his daughter
who are forced to abandon their peaceful, voluntary isolation in the forests.
Will (Ben Foster) and Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie) embark on a harrowing
journey back to their home in this tender story about the complex bond between
a father and daughter. $7 Adults / $6 ages 25 & under, and ages 60 &
Up. CCAC Members get additional 10% off
In Our Galleries Two New
Exhibits On View Now thru June 14 Rock, Paper, Scissors (Tevis Gallery) -
Featuring just two artists, this intimate exhibit will allow visitors time to
contemplate each work. Emily White (York, PA) adds her own twists and turns to
the German papercut art called “scherenschnitte” with her clean angular cuts
along and flowing arabesques and circles (pictured at right). Ann Rupert
(Silver Spring, MD) sculpts soft, curvilinear lines in wood and stone.
DepARTures Bus Trip
"West Side Story" performed by the BSO at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Thursday, June 13, 6:15 pm - 11:45 pm
Celebrate the 50th
anniversary of the iconic winner of 10 Oscars – the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra performs Leonard Bernstein's score live with the re-mastered film as
part of their "Movie with Orchestra" series.
It's Your Time to Shine!
Auditions for Carroll's Got Talent Registration deadline: June 21, 2019 On July
31, 2019, the Carroll County Arts Council will host the annual Carroll's Got
Talent competition at the Carroll County 4H/FFA Fair! Musicians, singers,
dancers and all talented community members are invited to apply to compete in
this year’s live show. Completed applications should be submitted by June 21,
and video auditions are due by June 24. For more info, call Lindsay Sier at
Summer is coming! Register
Today! Art and Theatre Camps
Summer will be here before
you know it and we have some amazing camp experiences waiting for your child at
the Carroll Arts Center! Register your child today - our Summer Camps fill up
Westminster Fire Department thanks Weis Markets for the
water and the Gatorade
In the summertime firefighters and EMS providers go through
a lot of water and Gatorade. It is not a luxury.
Westminster Md. June 6, 2019 - - The men and women of the
Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 would like to thank Weis Markets for
donating water and Gatorade for the firefighters and EMS providers.
In the summertime firefighters and EMS providers go through a
lot of water and Gatorade. It is not a luxury. When you spend long hours on
automobile accidents, fires, and back-to-back EMS calls, staying hydrated is a critical
life, safety, and welfare issue.
The best time to stay hydrated is yesterday.
According to Westminster Fire Department President Jamie
Petry on Thursday, June 6, 2019, “Weis Markets is collecting water and Gatorade
for WFD. Today we picked up almost 3 pallets of water and 2 grocery carts full
of Gatorade” Petry added that the department really appreciates the support of
the community – and Weis Markets. Thank you.
By Westminster Fire Department PIO and Chaplain Kevin Dayhoff