Celebrate your German heritage, or just act like a German.
Countians can roll out the barrel and sing some German songs Friday eveningat Piney Run Park.
Adults can celebrate in German style with an evening cruise at 6 to the Nature Center dock, followed by a hike and snacks in the park on 30 Martz Road in Eldersburg.
German-style costumes and hats arewelcome.
Call for prices and a menu.
Kiddies can sail on the Afternoon Delight cruise Friday at 2 onthe Piney Run Lake.
Cost is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children for a tour on the water at 30 Martz Road in Eldersburg.
Active seniors can join the Seniors in ActionRecreation Council for a day trip to Atlantic City on Thursday.
Buses leave the Cranberry Mall parking lot in Westminster at 8:30 a.m.for a day of fun and sun at the casinos and strolling up
Cost is $20 per person, and reservations are requested.
Music lovers can take in September Song's production of "Kiss Me Kate" on Friday or Saturday at WestminsterHigh School.
Shows benefit various organizations for the handicapped.
Tickets, available at several locations in the county, are $8for reserved seats and $5 for general admission.
Countians can visit the Arts Council's monthly Coffee House at the Carroll County Farm Museum.
Area musicians will perform under the
stars in the Center Street museum's amphitheater for an evening of fun and fellowship.
Admission is $3 for those who bring a snack to share, or $4 without the food.
Philatelic fanatics can indulge in their hobby Saturday atthe American Legion on Prospect Road in Mount Airy.
Fifteen dealers will be available to buy and sell items from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; club members will offer items for auction too.
One man's trash is another man's treasure.
Dig through forgotten favorites at the Ladies of the Elks rummage and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Westminster Lodge on Gorsuch Road and Route 140.
Baked goods to tempt your tummy also will be available.
Fall is in the air at the Westminster Fallfest in the city playground.
Music, games and entertainment for the entire family will be featured Thursday
On Saturday, the Westminster Fire Department offers its all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast. Adults pay $3.50, and children ages 3 to 1 pay $2.50. Doors open from 5 a.m. to noon.
The breakfast is at the firehall, 66 E. Main St.
Fall into fashion with Mademoiselle magazine and Leggett's. The magazine's editorswill be on stage at 11 a.m. Saturday for a fashion show at CranberryMall's Center Court.
Audience volunteers will be selected for make-overs.
Relax after your Saturday work around the house or wanderings through endless malls at the Pleasant Valley Fire Company supper.
Eat all the fried shrimp and turkey you can while visiting with neighbors from 1 to 7 p.m., or carry ameal home with you.
Home-baked goods are available at the table for dessert.
Prices are $8 for adults and $2.50 for children age 6 to 12; carry-outs are $9.