Deep Creek Daily Notes Blog June 5

The weather today will be scattered thunderstorms. Numerous showers, with highs in the lower 80s. Except in the mid-70s at the higher elevations. South winds of around 5 mph. The chance of rain is 70%.

Take the Health Dept’s 3-minute Community Health Assessment survey.

Check the Record of River and Climatological Observations for May 2024.

Attorney General Anthony G. Brown announced a new online portal for reporting hate crimes and bias incidents in Maryland after calling 911.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Pumpout Grant Program is providing free adapter kits to boat owners and marinas. These kits, developed by the department, help boaters securely empty holding tanks at area pumpout stations.

Sign up now for the first-ever Hot Dog Eating Contest at Mountain State Brewing Co. in Deep Creek Lake on July 4th! Get ready for a blast of fun—make sure to save the date. The contest kicks off at 2:00 PM, come rain or shine!

It’s Wednesday! Enjoy $2 off any Large Wedgie for Wedgie Wednesday at Fox’s Pizza Den in Oakland! Plus, don’t forget to visit Cashmere Clothing Co’s Facebook page for their Want It Wednesday deals!

The Trauma-Informed Care Summit is today, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM at Garrett College’s Performing Arts Center. Keynote speaker Amie Myrick, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and ACE Master Presenter, brings over 15 years of experience in trauma and advocacy.

Calling all food lovers and craft connoisseurs! Experience the Summer Market at Mountain Fresh Farmers Market, featuring fresh produce and artisanal creations. Every Wednesday and Saturday, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, at the Mountain Fresh Pavilion in downtown Oakland. Celebrate community and creativity!

Railroads of Garrett County: A History starts today and runs every Wednesday from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (June 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2024). Held at the historic 1884 B&O Railroad station in Oakland, MD, this class is for anyone interested in Garrett County and rail transportation history.

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