Look for fellowship, good food, and toe-tapping music when Baust United Church of Christ holds their annual Antique Car and Tractor Show and Peach Festival, Saturday, Aug. 18. St. John’s Lutheran Church will hold their annual Peach Festival on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 3:30 to 8 p.m.
If you haven’t done your spring cleaning yet, it’s not too late! Clean out those garages, basements and attics in time for fall, and consider donating any used pieces of artwork, frames, art supplies and books to the Carroll County Arts Council for our sixth annual yART Sale.
Luckily, there are plenty of things to see and do indoors at the Carroll Arts Center, rain or shine. Whether it’s a movie, performance or a piece of artwork, we offer something for almost every art enthusiast in our community. Find all of our programs at www.carrollcountyartscouncil.org.
As we reach the end of July, there are plenty of ways to beat the heat indoors at the Carroll Arts Center. Our mission is to enrich our community, both culturally and economically, by presenting, promoting and supporting the arts in Carroll County.
There’s something about mid-summer that makes me appreciate really great music. As far back as I can remember, the songs of summer have been the soundtrack of my life. Since July is the perfect time to see live music, the Carroll Arts Center is offering two amazing acts this weekend.
Nakeya Brown is a finalist for the prestigious Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape prize — a $25,000 fellowship whose winners will be announced on July 14 before the start of Artscape, Baltimore’s annual art fair.
Our theater is a great place to come in out of the heat and spend time with the family. Every Tuesday night through Aug. 7, we are offering Free Family Movies. Bring the kids and enjoy everything from current favorites like “Ferdinand” and “Captain Underpants” to classics like “The Sound of Music.
Ellicott City’s historic district has long been a shopping and dining destination for many, despite the threat of periodic floods throughout its history. But after the second major flood in two years, business owners are facing the difficult question of whether to rebuild — again.
Unlike his paintings, which were meant to be seen by as many people as possible, Jack Whitten's sculptures were private, and for many years, he didn’t want them shown. That’s why the new, ticketed exhibition opening Sunday at the Baltimore Museum of Art has been generating art world buzz.
On Sunday, May 6, the Westminster Rescue Mission will hold a 50th anniversary celebration with keynote speaker, Darryl Strawberry — a four-time World Series champion — from 4 to 8 p.m. at Westminster Baptist Church, 354 Crest Lane, Westminster.
Thomas Sterner's solo exhibition, "Shaking the Tree," will be displayed in the Gallery in the Scott Center at Carroll Community College through June 1. An opening reception with Sterner was scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 13.
For those looking for a night out this week, a Carroll church is hosting one of the more famous musicals in history and Carroll Community College is opening a new art exhibition. Next week, look for McDaniel College Theatre’s take on a Euripides classic.