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Saturday, May 11, the Carroll County Cloggers present “Clogging Soul to Sole” at the Arts Center. This performance features the first percussive dance form in the United States known as Appalachian Clogging and live Old Timey Music by Thomas Jolin.
Here at the Carroll Arts Center, we have plenty of events, exhibits and activities, including an exihibit entitled “Rock, Paper, Scissors” that opens today in the Tevis Gallery and the Carroll County Playwrights Festival on Saturday night.
Francis Scott Key High School and Mount St. Mary's University graduate Sarah Gawens is featured in a duet show with Fred Nastvogel that opened Wednesday, May 1 and runs through June 24 at Off Track Art in Westminster.
Featuring dozens of vendors of herbs, fine arts and crafts and flowers, the Montpelier Festival of Herbs, Tea and the Arts, now in its 23rd year, typically draws 1,500 visitors to the 70-acre National Historic Landmark, according to Holly Burnham, museum educator.
Saturday, May 11, join us as the Carroll County Cloggers present “Clogging Soul to Sole.” This performance features the first percussive dance form in the USA known as Appalachian Clogging and live Old Timey Music by Thomas Jolin, mixing vocals with hammered dulcimer, banjo, button accordion, etc.
The 2019 Annual Juried Student Art + Design Exhibition will take place April 26 to May 24 in Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Gallery located in the Student Center. An opening reception/juror’s talk will be held on Tuesday, April 30, from 5 to 6:30 PM in the Gallery.
The PEEPshow, the largest event in Carroll County, runs for one more weekend, through April 23. We have approximately 160 entries, ranging from life-sized sculptures and oversized characters to posters, dioramas and mosaics created and inspired by Peeps candy.
The Arts Council estimates that some 25,000 “Peeple” attend the event each year. It now raises some $75,000, funding scholarships, free summertime movies, arts grants, camps and classes and other cultural programs the arts council provides.