Deep Creek Daily Notes Blog May 7

The weather today will be patchy fog in the morning. Mostly cloudy, with a chance of showers. A slight chance of thunderstorms in the morning, then a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon–highs in the upper 70s. Except in the lower 70s at the higher elevations. Southwest winds of around 5 to 10 mph. The chance of rain is 50%.

Despite a rainy Saturday, the third annual Garrett County Fish with a Cop event on May 4, 2024, was a hit! Law enforcement agencies paired children with officers for a day of fishing, food, and fun at Accident Pond.

On May 15, Carolyn Sheaffer will lead a webinar with the Deep Creek Watershed Foundation. Discover the “10 in 10” conservation landscaping program, aiming to plant native flora along 10% of the lakeshore buffer strip within a decade. Learn how this initiative prevents erosion and fosters living shorelines naturally and economically. Register in advance for this essential meeting!

Don’t miss the Garrett Choral Society’s annual Spring concert, “The Sound of Water: An Afternoon of Water Music,” on Sunday, May 19th at 3:00 PM at the Performing Arts Center in McHenry. Directed by Debi & Dr. Sean Beachy, this concert promises an eclectic blend of musical styles, including Native-American sounds, African-American spirituals, modern compositions, and hits by the Beatles, Bob Dylan, & Toto. Purchase your tickets today!

This week, Espresso Alley honors inspiring teachers with a special offer: 15% off purchases all week!

It’s 10 for $10 Tuesday’s at The Greene Turtle (Deep Creek)! Enjoy 10 Bone-In Wings for just $10! Plus, $2 Drafts.

Discover practical AI applications for business today! From 10:00 AM – 12 noon, join us at Allegany College of Maryland or attend virtually. Explore insights and practical applications shared by a panel of Western Maryland companies leveraging AI within their organizations.


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