On Oct. 26 and 27, the Saint Joseph Catholic Community (SJCC) will be celebrating Clergy Appreciation Day, when in each of the masses the attendees will be able to give thanks to the clergy at the church.
This is an NCCC 7-Sanction Event, which means that the trophies will be awarded for first through third place in all classes. They will also be awarding the “Best Engine,” “Best Exterior,” “Best Interior,” and “Best of Show.”
On Aug. 22, 23 and 24, the Catholic Daughters of the Americas from the St. Joseph Catholic Community will be hosting their annual Rummage Sale, where attendees will be able to browse through many rooms and their hallway and find items such as jewelry, household goods, and even shoes.
On April 29, the community is invited to a drug awareness discussion with guest speakers, a question-and-answer session and information tables sponsored by the American Legion Gold Star 191, Counties Four VFM Auxiliary and the LCPL Robert W. Deane Marine Corps League Auxiliary.
Everyone is welcome, including pets, to join the “Walkie Talkies” group of the South Carroll Senior and Community Center on Wednesdays or Thursdays to enjoy a nice walk in a local park and at the same time meet new people in the community.
The Town of Mount Airy and the Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce are presenting the Mount Airy Resourceful Entrepreneur Series, which started in March with 90-minute seminars on different interesting topics for entrepreneurs in the community.
On April 9 the Eldersburg branch library will be hosting a 50-minute program named “Time Matters: A Women’s Retirement Outlook” for adults interested in learning about financial concerns of women who are getting ready for or have recently transitioned to retirement.
On March 16, the South Carroll Instrumental Boosters from South Carroll High School will be hosting their annual SCHS Music Boosters Basket Bingo event to raise funds for musical programs, instruments repairs and other expenses.
On Feb. 16, the Mount Airy branch of the Carroll County Public Library is hosting a martial arts program with a focus on stranger danger, safety, and anti-bullying called the “Stay Safe with Tristar Martial Arts” program, instructed by Joe Offutt of Tristar Martial Arts Academy.
On Wednesday, Feb. 13, the Saint Joseph Catholic Community in Eldersburg, in conjunction with WINGS, is hosting a special event for the community where they will be presenting Sister Helena Burns, who will be leading a workshop on “God’s Vision of Love,” on using social media in a positive way.
On Saturday, Feb. 9, there will be 35 tables available for those who would like to sell their items and the yard sale lovers will not have to wait until the summer to enjoy a good yard sale at the Inside Yard Sale event brought to you by The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 191.
This Feb. 4 starts the Good News Club (GNC) at Piney Ridge Elementary School, where children from kindergarten through fifth grade will be able to learn about the Bible through many fun activities every Monday that the school is open from 3:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
“Little Hands Signing: Winter,’ will be presented at the Eldersburg branch of the Carroll County Public Library on Jan. 18. This program will be presented by Kathy MacMillan, who is an American Sign Language interpreter, instructor, consultant, writer and signing storyteller.
On Thursday, Jan. 10, everyone in the community who feels overwhelmed by the clutter in their homes is invited to the Mount Airy branch of the Carroll County Public Library to learn tips and techniques on home organization by Marie Kondō, the author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.”
Kristen Ellis, who is the co-owner of Enter Exit Escape with Lisa Yzaguirre, said that they both designed and created Special Ops: Holiday Style because they know that people are attracted to seasonally-themed escape games.
The Green Committee of Downtown Sykesville Connection brings you the Merry Main Street event on Dec. 8, where everyone in the community is welcome to enjoy a program full of arts and crafts, the visit of Mrs. Claus, readings, and more.
On Wednesday, Nov. 14 come to the Eldersburg branch of the Carroll County Public Library to spend relaxing time by learning the benefits of a deep relaxation session through yoga at the Deep Relaxation Class.