Aug
18
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Aug 18 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Aug
19
Sat
Secret Keeper Girl Purple Party Tour @ Uniontown Bible Church
Aug 19 all-day
Secret Keeper Girl Purple Party Tour @ Uniontown Bible Church | Union Bridge | Maryland | United States

Secret Keeper Girl ‘Purple Party Tour’ invites 7 – 12 year old girls and their moms to spend a fun-filled evening together with joyful music, upbeat activities and a live stage show that will provide memories for a lifetime. Today’s little girls face pressure their moms didn’t know until they were in high school. The Secret Keeper Girl program offers moms proven tools to teach their girl to embrace true beauty and healthy living.

Heirloom Tomato Festival @ Ag Center
Aug 19 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Heirloom Tomato Festival @ Ag Center |  |  |

Free tomato tasting and tomato dishes tasting provided by Master Gardeners. 50 regular market vendors with all local produce, home baked goods, gourmet foods, meats and more.

Secret Keeper Girl @ Uniontown Bible Church
Aug 19 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Secret Keeper Girl @ Uniontown Bible Church |  |  |

The Marriage & Relationship Education Center (MREC) announces that Secret Keeper Girl – a national touring stage show aimed at tween girls and their moms – is returning to Carroll County on Saturday, August 19, from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at Uniontown Bible Church, 4280 Watson Lane, Union Bridge, Maryland.

“We are extremely excited to offer this program again to our community,” says Amy Gilford, Executive Director of MREC. “Giving parents tools and opportunities to strengthen their relationships with their children equips kids to make the best choices when temptations come along.”

Today’s girls face pressure their moms didn’t know until they were in high school. Secret Keeper Girl offer moms proven tools to teach their girl to embrace true beauty and biblical modesty. The Purple Party Tour is a Bible-based relationship-building experience for moms and their tween daughters, ages 7-12.

The two-and-a-half-hour event features a hair and fashion show, balloon sculptures, bouncing beach ball competitions, mother/daughter conversation time, colorful confetti cannons and more. Tweens and their mom will laugh their way through a game-show meets fashion-show. They’ll look back at fashion dos and don’ts from days gone by in the Sew-Crazy Fashion Show. Then, they’ll square off with hilarious team building games – becoming a Secret Keeper Girl.

Within the first hour, moms will connect with their 7-12 year old girls in ways that encourage them to be better moms. The tour wraps up with intimate one-on-one time for every mother and daughter in the audience. Tissues will be on hand, because there won’t be a dry eye in the house. Moms and daughters will walk away closer and stronger than ever before.

The cost for this event is $20 for general admission. $30 for reserved seating, $50 for a VIP ticket with reserved seating, a special experience with the Secret Keeper Girl cast, an exclusive VIP tour laminate and early access to the resource center to beat the line, or $75 to experience Secret Keeper Girl the way cast members do! This ticket includes the VIP Meet n Greet plus a tour behind the scenes and a tour of the Secret Keeper Girl Tour Bus. Group seating is also available at a lower cost.

Learn more about the Secret Keeper Girl Purple Hair Tour and register to attend online at www.mrecenter.org/events or call 410-386-9003 or email amy@mrecenter.org

Aug
24
Thu
Visions of the Circus @ Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – Oct 12 @ 4:00 pm
Visions of the Circus @ Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall |  |  |

McDaniel hosts the premiere of a major exhibition highlighting the cultural and historical significance of the circus. Rice Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., and Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

“Visions of the Circus” examines such themes as the mesmerized public; the rise of the big top; life behind-the-scenes; aerial, animal, clown and one-of-a-kind acts; and sideshow performers; as well as how the circus is depicted in art. Vintage black-and-white photographs, color posters, original sideshow banners, circus performer costumes and sideshow collectibles are on display in addition to illustrations by American sculptor Alexander Calder.

The exhibition is curated by Robert Lemieux, associate professor of communication and cinema at McDaniel, and designed by graduate students at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with professional assistance from the National Gallery of Art. Materials are on loan from The Ringling, Whitney Museum of American Art, Circus World and Illinois State University.

“Visions of the Circus” is made possible with support from Donald and Patricia Lavin, the Carroll County Arts Council and the Department of Communication and Cinema at McDaniel College.

Aug
25
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Aug 25 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Aug
26
Sat
“Everything Children” Consignment Sale @ Carroll County Ag Center Danele Shipley Arena
Aug 26 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm

Everything for babies and kids: quality clothing, shoes, sporting equipment, toys, books, baby equipment, maternity clothes and much more!

Sep
1
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Sep 1 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Sep
5
Tue
“2 Automnes, 3 Hivers” (“2 Autumns, 3 Winters”) @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 5 @ 4:30 pm
"2 Automnes, 3 Hivers" ("2 Autumns, 3 Winters") @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science |  |  |

A comedy about Arman, who is 33 years old and ready to make a change, starting with a run in the park. While there, he literally bumps into Amélie, and becomes dead-set on making a connection with her. Over the course of two autumns and three winters, Arman, Amélie and Arman’s best friend Benjamin share the incidental moments, unexpected accidents, unconventional love stories and unforgettable memories that will define who they are. (2013, 91 minutes, not rated) Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.

Focus on Aging: Matters of Health @ Decker Center Forum
Sep 5 @ 4:30 pm
Focus on Aging: Matters of Health @ Decker Center Forum |  |  |

The Center for the Study of Aging at McDaniel hosts a series of lectures on a variety of topics affecting the aging population. This event includes speakers Nancy Hart, an audiologist with Healthy Hearing and Balance in Westminster, Md., and Adam Decker, director of the Wellness Center at Fairhaven in Sykesville, Md. Admission is free, but registration is required. Call 410-857-2500 or email aging@mcdaniel.edu.

Sep
7
Thu
“A peine j’ouvre les yeux” (“As I Open my Eyes”) @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 7 @ 4:30 pm

Directed by Leyla Bouzid, this music-filled, French-Tunisian feature is set in Tunis during the summer of 2010, a few months before the Arab Spring revolution. The film depicts the clash between culture and family as seen through the eyes of a young Tunisian woman balancing the traditional expectations of her family with her creative life, as the singer in a politically charged rock band. (2016, 102 minutes, not rated) Post-screening discussion led by Mohamed Esa, professor of world languages, literatures and culture. Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.

Sep
8
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Sep 8 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Sep
9
Sat
Antique & Classic Car Show @ Annual Antique & Classic Car Show
Sep 9 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

7th Annual Antique & Classic Car Show. Rain or shine. $12 car entry fee. Door prizes, food, 70 trophies given out.

Saturday Singles Dance @ Winfield Fire Hall
Sep 9 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Open to everyone 21 years and older.  (No dance in July.)

Sep
13
Wed
“Ma Vie de Courgette” (“My Life as a Zucchini”) @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 13 @ 4:30 pm
"Ma Vie de Courgette" ("My Life as a Zucchini") @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science |  |  |

This Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated animated feature film is about Zucchini, who, after his mother’s sudden death, is befriended by a police officer named Raymond. Raymond accompanies Zucchini to a new foster home, filled with other orphans his age. With the help of Raymond and his new friends, Zucchini eventually learns to trust and love, as he searches for a new family of his own. (2016, 66 minutes, PG-13) Post-screening discussion led by psychology professor Holly Chalk. Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.

Sep
14
Thu
Visiting Artist Lectures: Bart O’Reilly @ Peterson Hall, Room 104
Sep 14 @ 7:00 pm

Sponsored by Ars Nova, McDaniel’s Art Club: McDaniel hosts a visiting artist lecture by multidisciplinary artist Bart O’Reilly. A native of Dublin, Ireland, O’Reilly is an artist and instructor currently based in Baltimore. His work addresses questions related to places and their objects. He also works to help fellow artists who are under-represented.

He earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland. He has exhibited in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., as well as Ireland and Northern Ireland. He teaches drawing and two-dimensional design at Anne Arundel Community College and Harford Community College, and has taught in MICA’s Summer Pre-College program. www.artsicle.com/Bart-O-Reilly

Sep
15
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Sep 15 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Sep
16
Sat
The Caaoll count Bureau of aging& Disabilities Presents Do You Dare to Care? @ Westminster Senior Center
Sep 16 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Do Your Dare to Care?
The topics to be covered are “Substance Abuse: Recognizing and Dealing with the Dangers of Drugs”. and “Technology & Social Media: The Challenges You and Your Child Face and How to Deal with Them”. NO FEE LITE BREAKFAST REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Sep
18
Mon
“Bande à part” (“Band of outsiders”) @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 18 @ 4:30 pm
“Bande à part” (“Band of outsiders”) @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science |  |  |

This classic film directed by Jean-Luc Godard is about two crooks with a fondness for old Hollywood B-movies who convince a language student to help them commit a robbery. (1964, 95 minutes, not rated) Post-screening discussion led by cinema professor Richard Brett. Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.

Sep
19
Tue
McDaniel College at 150: A Discussion of the College’s History by College Historian James E. Lightner @ Grace Lutheran Church, Grace Hall
Sep 19 @ 12:00 pm
McDaniel College at 150: A Discussion of the College's History by College Historian James E. Lightner @ Grace Lutheran Church, Grace Hall |  |  |

In honor of McDaniel College’s 150th anniversary, McDaniel College historian James E. Lightner discusses 10 critical events in the college’s history at this brown-bag lunch talk. The event is sponsored by The Historical Society of Carroll County. Call 410-848-6494 for more information.

Sep
22
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Sep 22 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Sep
24
Sun
Chamber Music on The Hill: Azimuth String Quartet @ Decker Center Forum
Sep 24 @ 3:00 pm
Chamber Music on The Hill: Azimuth String Quartet @ Decker Center Forum |  |  |

Chamber Music on the Hill, in residence at McDaniel College, presents a concert by the Azimuth String Quartet performing French chamber music, including string quartets by Ravel and Debussy.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and active military members and veterans, and free for children, as well as college students with valid ID. Tickets for the concert only may be purchased at the door or by visiting www.mcdaniel.edu/cmoth. An optional French-themed dinner with the artists follows the concert for an additional fee. Tickets for the optional dinner must be purchased in advance online at www.mcdaniel.edu/cmoth.

Formed in 2007, the Azimuth String Quartet is comprised of music lecturers Nicholas Currie on violin and Alice Tung on viola, as well as violinist James Tung and cellist Adam Gonzalez. The group has performed throughout Maryland in addition to New York City, Boston and Denver.

Sep
25
Mon
Global Issues Colloquium: “Water Politics in the Mekong Riger, China, and Beyond: Where the Local Becomes the Global” @ Decker Center Forum
Sep 25 all-day

R. Edward Grumbine discusses his role as director of the Grand Canyon Trust Land Program during McDaniel College’s annual Global Issues Colloquium organized by Global Initiatives. Grumbine has worked to bring science into U.S. federal land management since the late 1980s. As a senior international scholar for the Chinese Academy of Sciences, his focus was on protected area and water issues. Call 410-857-2461 for more information.

Sep
27
Wed
“Frantz” @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 27 @ 4:30 pm

A dramatic film, directed by François Ozon, that is a largely black-and-white loose adaptation of the 1932 Ernst Lubitsch drama “Broken Lullaby,” which was in turn based on a play by French playwright Maurice Rostand. Mostly told in German, this tale is about a young Frenchman just after World War I who travels to Germany to meet the parents and fiancée of a fallen soldier whom he says he knew in Paris. (2016, 113 minutes, PG-13) Part of the FACE Tournées French Film Festival.

“A Short History of the Girl Next Door:” First-Time Young Adult Author Jared Reck @ McDaniel Lounge
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm

First-time author Jared Reck, who was a student in McDaniel’s Writing for Children and Young Adults graduate certificate program, gives a talk and signs copies of his new book, “A Short History of the Girl Next Door,” about a JV basketball player who happens to fall in love with his childhood best friend. Reck landed a six-figure deal from publisher Knopf for his first young adult novel that even his agent called “the unicorn of publishing.” The book is recommended for readers ages 12 and up. Visit www.mcdaniel.edu/MyFuture for more information.

Sep
28
Thu
“BLOOD BROTHER:” Social Work Film and Discussion @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm
“BLOOD BROTHER:” Social Work Film and Discussion @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science |  |  |

The Department of Social Work at McDaniel with the Social/Civil/Human student organization host a screening of the documentary “Blood Brother” about a young man with a troubled past who meets a group of HIV positive children in India and it changes his life. (2013, 93 minutes, not rated) Call 410-857-2410 or email social work professor Jim Kunz at jkunz@mcdaniel.edu for more information.

Sep
29
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Sep 29 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Sep
30
Sat
Oktoberfest @ St. Luke's 8th Annual Oktoberfest
Sep 30 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Authentic homemade German cuisine including German Bratwurst (from Binkert’s, German butcher) and sauerbraten with ginger snap gravy with all the trimmings. Platters $11 or $12 with baked dessert. Specialty baked German desserts and apple dumplings. A la carte menu, live music and dancing by The Variety Tones, outside treasures sale items including mums, children’s menu and activities (scarecrow making, face painting, etc.)

Oct
2
Mon
“THE MASK YOU LIVE IN:” Philosophy Film and Discussion @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm
"THE MASK YOU LIVE IN:" Philosophy Film and Discussion @ Decker Auditorium, Lewis Hall of Science |  |  |

The Department of Philosophy at McDaniel hosts a screening of the documentary “The Mask You Live In.” The film explores pressures of 21st century masculinity in the United States through interviews with coaches, former athletes, sociologists, psychologists, political scientists, school-aged children and college-aged men. (2015, 97 minutes, not rated) Call 410-857-2460 or email philosophy professor Elizabeth Grosz at egrosz@mcdaniel.edu for more information.

Oct
4
Wed
“A Streetcar Named Desire” at McDaniel College Theatre @ WMC Alumni Hall
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm – Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm

McDaniel College theatre arts students perform Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, which “has become an icon of American culture,” according to the Library of Congress, and is on its list of “88 Books that Shaped America.” Gené Fouché, theatre arts lecturer, directs the production.
This legendary play looks at a clash of cultures. Troubled former schoolteacher Blanche du Bois, a fading Southern Belle, moves in with her sister, Stella, and Stella’s husband, Stanley, who is part of the working class, in the French Quarter of New Orleans following World War II. Blanche’s life has been undermined by her romantic illusions, which has led her to reject the realities of life. This causes problems for Stella and Stanley, who already have a volatile relationship, leading to even greater conflict in the household.
NOTE: The play contains adult content, including domestic abuse and assault.

Oct
5
Thu
Visiting Artist Lectures: Nikki Painter @ Peterson Hall, Room 104
Oct 5 @ 7:00 pm

Sponsored by McDaniel’s Art Club, Ars Nova, contemporary artist Nikki Painter presents a visiting artist lecture. She works primarily in mixed media drawings and her installations investigate how the environments in her drawings might exist in three-dimensional space.

Painter received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2002 and her Master of Fine Arts degree in studio art from American University in 2009. She has had solo exhibitions at Civilian Art Projects in Washington, D.C.; at COOP, an artist-run space in Nashville; and at Twelve21 Gallery in Orlando. Her work has also been exhibited nationally and internationally. http://nikkipainter.com

Phi Beta Kappa Lecture with George Dyson, Independent Historian of Technology @ McDaniel Lounge
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm
Phi Beta Kappa Lecture with George Dyson, Independent Historian of Technology @ McDaniel Lounge |  |  |

The annual Phi Beta Kappa lecture features George Dyson, an independent historian of technology and nonfiction author. He speaks on a variety of topics, including the evolution of artificial intelligence. Call 410-857-2290 for more information.

Oct
6
Fri
FALL HARVEST OF QUILTS @ St. John's Portico
Oct 6 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Fabulous Quilts on Display, Vendors, Boutique Items, Raffle Quilts, Second Hand Table. Vendor Spots Available.

Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Oct 6 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Oct
7
Sat
Fall Celebration @ Ag Center
Oct 7 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

50 vendors with hand made crafts, fall decorations, gourmet foods, fall produce, home made baked goods, mums, pumpkins. Breakfast and lunch served.

FALL HARVEST OF QUILTS @ St. John's Portico
Oct 7 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Fabulous Quilts on Display, Vendors, Boutique Items, Raffle Quilts, Second Hand Table. Vendor Spots Available.

Race for Her @ Gill Center
Oct 7 @ 10:00 am

McDaniel College’s Phi Alpha Mu sorority and alumnae club host a 5K race to benefit the House of Ruth. For more information and to register, visit www.raceentry.com/race-reviews/race-for-her-5k.

Oct
8
Sun
FALL HARVEST OF QUILTS @ St. John's Portico
Oct 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Fabulous Quilts on Display, Vendors, Boutique Items, Raffle Quilts, Second Hand Table. Vendor Space Available.

Oct
10
Tue
Focus on Aging: Matters of the Brain @ Decker Center Forum
Oct 10 all-day
Focus on Aging: Matters of the Brain @ Decker Center Forum |  |  |

The Center for the Study of Aging at McDaniel hosts a series of lectures on a variety of topics affecting the aging population. This event includes speaker Dr. Nicole Absar, medical director of the Senator William and Ellen Proxmire Memory Clinic at Copper Ridge in Sykesville, Md. Admission is free, but registration is required. Call 410-857-2500 or email aging@mcdaniel.edu.

Oct
11
Wed
Holloway Lecture: Frederick Douglass in Fiction: From Harriet Beecher Stowe to John Updike and James McBride @ McDaniel Lounge
Oct 11 all-day

Robert S. Levine, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, speaks on the portrayal of Frederick Douglass in fiction. Levine is an expert on 19th-century American and African American literature. He most recently published “The Lives of Frederick Douglass” in 2016. His next monograph, “Race, Transnationalism, and Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies,” is due out in 2018. Call 410-857-2290 for more information.

Oct
13
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Oct 13 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Oct
14
Sat
Walk to End Alzheimer’s @ Kenneth R. Gill Stadium
Oct 14 @ 8:00 am

McDaniel College’s Gerontology Club, part of “The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s” (www.theyouthmovement.org),” organizes this annual walk with proceeds benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association. Walkers from the community are invited to join the event. For more information, call 410-857-2500 or email aging@mcdaniel.edu.

Saturday Singles Dance @ Winfield Fire Hall
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Open to everyone 21 years and older.  (No dance in July.)

Oct
19
Thu
150 Years on The Hill @ Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – Nov 10 @ 4:00 pm
150 Years on The Hill @ Rice Gallery, Peterson Hall |  |  |

In conjunction with McDaniel College’s 150th anniversary celebration, this timeline exhibit highlights each decade of the college’s 150-year history. Rice Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., and Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Founded in 1867 as the first coeducational college south of the Mason-Dixon Line, McDaniel was formerly known as Western Maryland College, named for the Western Maryland railroad. The college’s founding date is Sept. 4, 1867, when the first academic year began, and the college’s charter was approved by the State of Maryland on March 30, 1868. In 2002, the college was renamed for William Roberts McDaniel in honor of his 65-year association with the college as a student, professor, administrator and trustee.

Reception: Saturday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m.–3 p.m., with opening remarks at 10 a.m. by college historian James E. Lightner (Reception takes place in conjunction with Homecoming and McDaniel College’s 150th Anniversary Birthday Party).

Oct
20
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Oct 20 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.

Alumni Association Awards Banquet @ Gill Center
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm
Alumni Association Awards Banquet @ Gill Center |  |  |

McDaniel College’s Alumni Association honors alumni who personify the college’s 150-year tradition of excellence with the Alumnus of the Year, Professional Achievement, College Service and Community Service awards, as well as the Green Terror Sports Hall of Fame awards. Cost is $35 per person. Visit https://ilovethehill.mcdaniel.edu/homecoming to purchase tickets or for more information.

Oct
21
Sat
McDaniel College’s 150th Birthday Party @ McDaniel College
Oct 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
McDaniel College's 150th Birthday Party @ McDaniel College |  |  |

In conjunction with McDaniel College’s Homecoming, the official Birthday Party marking the college’s 150th anniversary features live music, children’s activities, food and a beer and wine garden. In addition, the reception for the “150 Years on the Hill” timeline exhibition in Rice Gallery highlighting each decade of the college’s history and historic campus tours take place. The Birthday Party is then slated to continue at the Homecoming football game at Kenneth R. Gill Stadium with a cake-cutting ceremony at halftime. Visit http://150.McDaniel.edu for more information and to learn more about the 150th anniversary.

Oct
23
Mon
Monday Night Music: Trio Giocoso @ McDaniel Lounge
Oct 23 @ 7:00 pm
Monday Night Music: Trio Giocoso @ McDaniel Lounge |  |  |

The Monday Night Music series presents a performance by Trio Giocoso. The group includes music lecturer Nicholas Currie on violin, as well as cellist Adam Gonzalez and pianist Diana Greene.

Trio Giocoso has performed at venues throughout the Northeast and performed the world premiere of Garth Baxter’s “From the Headwaters” in 2010.

Oct
25
Wed
Taste of Latin America: Quinceañera @ Decker Center Forum
Oct 25 all-day

In conjunction with National Hispanic Heritage Month, this annual dinner highlights the food, music, traditions and culture of Latin America. The event is hosted by McDaniel College’s Hispano-Latinx Alliance student organization.

Tickets are $15 and must be purchased in advance. For tickets or information, contact Corey Wronski-Mayersak, assistant professor of English, at cwronski@mcdaniel.edu or 410-857-2245.

Oct
27
Fri
Friday Night Bingo @ Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department
Oct 27 @ 5:30 pm

5:30 – doors open; 7 p.m. – bingo start.