Deep Creek Daily Notes Blog January 23

Jan 23, 2023

January 23, 2023: I love to look outside and see a fresh coating of snow! It’s so magical outside today. Are you at the lake? We always love to see your photos!!

The weather today will be patchy fog in the morning. Snow, mainly in the morning, with a total snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches. Brisk, with highs in the lower 30s and a low of 24. West winds of around 15 to 25 mph, with gusts up to 35 mph. The chance of snow is 90%.

When it comes to winter and your pets, one key safety tip is often overlooked and it can often be found right on your garage floor – keep your pets clear of leaked antifreeze! Here are 5 tips to keep your furry friend warm and protected all winter long.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces the state’s Primitive Deer Hunt will be open February 1-3 statewide. Hunters with a valid hunting license, or those exempt from the hunting license requirement, may use primitive bows or muzzleloaders to hunt sika and white-tailed deer during these days.

Come to the Oakland Library on January 28 to create an Origami Rabbit! All materials will be provided. Registration is required.

Here is a great Valentine’s Day special from Deep Creek Pottery! Couples night on the pottery wheel for only $75.00 per couple for a 1-hour lesson! This makes a great gift and a fun experience! Schedule your appointment. This offer is good through February!

Don’t miss the specials from your favorites today! It’s Pizza Monday at Brenda’s and Happy Hour Special at Mountain State Brewing.

Join the University of Maryland Extension today from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM at Garrett College Room 111 for a Solar & Landowners Workshop. Landowners will be able to learn about the potential benefits and pitfalls of leasing their land for solar installations. An online version of the event is available via Zoom.

Calling all the kids! Ruth Enlow Library is inviting you to join their programs today – a lot of exciting activities are waiting for you!

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