From a Heart of Carroll County

Written By Anne Blue By two months after the tsunami hit, 196,000 pounds of relief supplies, worth $2.8 million dollars, had left a large warehouse in New Windsor and were airlifted to destinations in Sri Lanka, Thailand, and...

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Union Bridge: The Little Town That Could

Written By Leslie Eckard Community spirit and innovation run like parallel train tracks in Union Bridge. The area is a study in contrasts: a hard scrabble land of rock and swamp that inspires works of art; a town poised for a...

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A Fish Named Lyndsey

Written By Patricia Rouzer On land, she is an ordinary teen; in the water she is a dolphin. Strawberry blonde, hazel-eyed Lyndsey Smith, 16, is sleek and swift in the pool. The bright, bubbly Westminster High School junior hopes...

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Looking for a Song or a Strad? Check the Web

Written By Mark Wisniewski Over the last decade, the Internet has become the single most important information retrieval tool for writers and researchers. The resource is no less valuable to musicians and students of music. Gone...

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Looking for a Summer Camp? Try One of These…

Written By Cari Pierce There’s so much more to camp than BUNKS, bug bites and BONFIRES. The youth camps and programs in Carroll County this summer are offering so many activities, diversions and LEARNING opportunities, your KIDS...

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Remembering the Holidays at Baldwin’s Station

Written By: Meryl Hellring As the last evidence of autumn falls away and gets raked into crunchy piles, thoughts turn to the holidays and all their inherent treats and traditions. And while many homeowners begin to ponder this...

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Blinging in the New Year

Written By Cari Pierce This year, forget about the little black dress. Forget about classic cherry red and hunter green decorations. Bling in the New Year by infusing color and sparkle into your look and the dŽcor of your home....

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How to Buy a Christmas Tree

Written By Cari Pierce Husband and kids? In the car and ready. Fleecy hats and gloves? Check. Warm boots? Roger. If you’re ticking through this list, it can only mean that it’s time to embark on the annual hunt for the perfect...

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Upcoming Events

Jul
17
Wed
1:00 pm Mount Airy Book Discussion Group... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
Mount Airy Book Discussion Group... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
Jul 17 @ 1:00 pm
For adults. This month’s selection is Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery by Scott Kelly. Call 410.386.4488 for more information.
3:00 pm Mount Airy Farmers’ Market @ Railyard
Mount Airy Farmers’ Market @ Railyard
Jul 17 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Local produce, baked goods, live music & more every Wednesday thru September 25th. Tickets: http://mountairymainstreet.org.
3:00 pm Mount Airy Farmers’ Market @ Railyard
Mount Airy Farmers’ Market @ Railyard
Jul 17 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
May 22 – September 25, 2019.  Local produce, baked goods, & more. Buy local. Eat fresh. Enjoy the Town of Mount Airy … the Heart of the Four County Community where Town & Country Meet.
Jul
18
Thu
10:00 am Fables Rule: Traditional Tales w... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
Fables Rule: Traditional Tales w... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am
For all ages. Join acclaimed storyteller Diane Macklin as she captivates young and old with her dancing hands, lyrical voice and high energy. Celebrate classic tales with a new twist in honor of a centuries[...]
2:00 pm One Giant Leap: The First Moon L... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
One Giant Leap: The First Moon L... @ Mount Airy Branch Library
Jul 18 @ 2:00 pm
For all ages. Fifty years have passed since man first walked on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Join Solar System Ambassador Erin Gambrill for a special program on the Apollo missions of the 1960s[...]

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