Circumstances may cause events to be changed. Please confirm with the contacts listed. Please advise of any upcoming events that we have not included. Mail us or call 240-321-9925


Garrett County Agricultural Fair — July 28 – Aug 4, 2018 Deep Creek Art & Wine Festival — Sept. 7-8, 2018 Savageman Triathlon Festival — Sept.15-16, 2018 Autumn Glory Festival — October 10-14, 2018

See also State Parks and Entertainment Guide, for more events

Every Saturday

A Touch of Class Wine & Beer Tasting Tours
Departs and returns to Deep Creek Beverage, 12-4 $49 includes tastings and transportation Includes Visiting and Tasting at the following venues: Mountain State Brewing Company,Fireside Wine & Deli, Black Bear Wine and WordsDeep Creek Beverage.  Transportation is provided in 14 passenger Vans & limousines Minimum booking must be met, Personal pick ups may be available for an additional fee.  Call 301-501-5466 (LIMO) for a reservation.

Free Wine Tasting
McHenry Beverage Shoppe, 1-5 p.m. Join us for our weekly wine tasting free of charge. Each week will be a new experience hosted by professionals in the wine industry.

Every Wednesday

Wet & Wild Wednesdays
$7/swimmer, $25/family of 4 When the tubes go in the FUN begins!  Wild and Wet Wednesdays are held every week.  It’s a lazy river without the river.  Come enjoy floating away while listening to summer jams in our pool.  Rain or shine it’s always sunny and 70 at the CARC. 

Team Trivia
The Greene Turtle, 7:00pm

Come out to the Greene Turtle for a free and fun game of Team Trivia!  Team Trivia allows you and any amount of players on your team to compete and test your knowledge for some Greene Turtle prizes. It’s a six round game of trivia broken up by a halftime and final question for a total of twenty questions. Answer questions and wager points to determine if you could be the first, second or third prize winner. The questions are general knowledge questions that are drawn from categories such as history, pop culture, science, entertainment and so much more. If you listen to the radio, watch TV or just plain walk out the door, you’re qualified to play! Team Trivia is free to play, so there is no reason not to come down and have some fun with us. Call for more information: 1-301-387-7800

Every 2nd Monday

Community Supper
The 2nd Monday of every month from 4:30 to 6:30 in the St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church Parish Hall. For any questions, please contact Patricia Hines at (301) 334-2202.


Thursday March 1

Women’s Networking Luncheon
Ace’s Run Restaurant, 12:00pm

Women’s networking lunch featuring a business and non profit spotlight. Bring your business cards and or event flyers. Introduce yourself, your event, business or cause. Make new connections and friends.
Starts at noon- $15 includes lunch, beverage, tax and gratuity. Ends at 1pm so you can get back to work. Feel free to linger and talk if you wish. Bring a doorprize and you will get to mention your business or group.

Ready For Solar
Garrett College GIEC, Room 111, 7:00pm

Learn the steps to energy independence & savings! Solar United Neighbors is an innovative way to help residents have access to affordable solar energy through collective buying power. The Mountain Maryland Solar Co-Op will be sharing information on how individuals can join others to save on solar products and installation. Getting expert advice before committing to a home solar system can save time, frustration, and money. More and more homeowners are enjoying the benefits and long-term savings of using their rooftops to supplement or replace their current public utility. Whether it’s to save money or the environment, Solar United Neighbors wants you to be informed about your options before you make the transition.

Saturday March 3

HABco, 1272 Friendsville, Road, 6:30pm
This workshop is perfect for anyone who is looking to start a new hobby or just wants to get crafty for a night! We will be lettering a quote on a small wood sign that can be hung in your entry way, placed above your mantel, or virtually anywhere in your home. The piece will give your home a touch of farmhouse feel, and will be a reminder of your fun & creative night! Hannah will include a short lesson on how to form basic faux calligraphy and provide you with information on what tools work best for which surfaces, and will guide you through the process of lettering on the wood sign. A wooden sign and paint marker will be given to each attendee and is included in the event price of $34. We will also have snacks and goodies, and you’re welcome to BYOB. Space is limited to 15 people, reserve your space online:
Monday March 5

Women’s History Month Virtual Realty Expedition
Grantsville Ruth Enlow Library, 2:00-7:00pm

We will be celebrating Women’s History Month on March 5 from 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm with our virtual reality google expedition technology.  There are six expedtions to choose from.  Please call or stop in to reserve a time slot.


Sunday March 11

Community Seed Exchange
Frostburg City Place, 2:00pm-4:00pm

For more information, contact UME, Allegany County at 301-724-3320.

Community Seed Exchange Info

Celebrate our Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) history on March 11 from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. at the New Germany State Park Lake House. Two showings of “New Germany – Past & Present”, a new documentary film featuring local historian, Bill Martin, will take place at 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. For more information on this FREE event, call the New Germany State Park ranger station (301) 895-5453

Monday March 12 – Friday March 16

Learning Beyond the Classroom Learning Bus is back at nine different locations throughout Garrett County! Join the bus for FREE gross motor activities, art, reading, play and socialization for birth – school age.
Learning Beyond the Classroom Garrett County March 2018 Schedule

Thursday March 15

Ace’s Run Restaurant, 5:30pm-8:00pm
Join AAUW-Garrett Branch for an evening of Cocktails and Convos! We’ll be meeting in the bar at Ace’s Run for a casual night of drinking, networking, and sharing of ideas. All are welcome!! AAUW Memberships will be available for 2018-2019 at 50% for new members. AAUW is a national organization that brings people together for the common goal of breaking through educational and economic barriers for women and girls.

Saturday March 17

Garrett County Fair Flea Market / Yard Sale / Crafts & More!
Garrett County Fairgrounds, 9:00am-3:00pm

Flea market/yard sale items, crafts, vendors, and more! Join us on Saturday March 17th from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Concessions provided by the Garrett County Fair Board. Visit for more information.

Saturday March 24

EGGstreme Easter Egg Hunt
New Germany State Park, 10:00am – 2:00pm

This event is designed for families to experience the outdoors and will feature 1,000 eggs hidden along 10 miles of trails within the park. The Friends of New Germany is seeking donations of eggs, candy and cash to help the event.

Children’s Art Workshop: Pop Art
9 am – 11 am Grades K-2
12 pm – 3 pm Grades 3-5

Join Miss Sarah Baker and staff as they introduce pop art and guide little artists through a session of fun, messy, hands-on creativity. Artists will explore the works of Warhol, Lichtenstein, and Haring and create their own masterpieces to bring home.

K-2 $15/CARC Members | $20/Non-Members
3-5 $20/CARC Members | $25/Non-Members

Register by phone 301.387.3786 or email
[email protected]

2018 CORNHOLE Tournament
Garrett County Fairgrounds

This Is Not Just A Cornhole Tournament! It’s A Full Day Of Fun For The Whole Family. Beat The Winter Blues And Have Some Fun! Enjoy kid’s area with inflatables & activities, silent auction, raffles & tip boards, various Cornhole side games.

HART Murder Mystery Night
Dutch’s at Silver Tree, 6:00pm-9:00pm

We had so much fun at our last one- we’re doing it again! Join us on Saturday, March 24 at Dutch’s for our murder mystery dinner! All benefiting HART! Open bar, hors d’oeuvres, buffet dinner and dessert. And you may have heard that Dutch’s puts on an incredible bufffet! Plus, the Murder Mystery Company is coming back! The theme: Crime and Pun-Ishment! Call 301.387.7729 for reservations – it will sell out so make yours now!
$75 per person includes open bar, hors d’oeuvres, buffet and dessert.

Deep Creek Lake Area Easter Egg Hunts & Activities:

3/24: Saturday

🥚New Germany’s EGGstreme Easter Egg Hunt
10:00am-2:00pm @New Germany State Park Lake House (Rain or shine)
1,000 eggs hidden along 10 miles of trails within the park. This is a FAMILY event, and will involve hiking on trails with various difficulty ratings (some may not be suitable for small children). All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the entire activity. Prizes will only be awarded to those who are registered and who return their eggs before 3 p.m. A maximum of 20 eggs per family may be collected. Families should dress appropriately for hiking and bring their own necessities, such as drinking water, snacks and Easter baskets. Trail maps will be provided. Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase. Sponsored by Friends of New Germany State Park

3/30: Friday (& Saturday)

🥚Big Girl Easter Egg Hunt
Adults Only @The Painted Cupboard

3/31: Saturday

🥚Natural Egg Dyeing
10:00am-Noon @ Discovery Center l Deep Creek Lake State Park
Join us to dye Easter eggs using our homemade natural dyes made from ingredients like coffee and beets. Please bring six (6) hard-boiled eggs with you. Easter Bunny is on site!

🥚Grantsville Community Egg Hunt
10:00am @120 Grant Street, Grantsville, MD
A community activity sponsored by Rotary Club of Grantsville, Marylandwith help from Grantsville Lions Club (rain or shine ) Egg Hunt registration begins at 10 am; hunt begins at 10:30 (and is over when all the eggs are found)! Three age categories: 1-4years, 5-8 years and 9+ …. 1,000 + eggs! Please bring your own basket or bag.

🥚Smiley’s Fun Zone Easter Egg Hunt
11:00am-1:00pm @ Smiley’s Bar Grill and Fun Zone
Candy, prizes, and pictures with the Easter Bunny and Smiley! Please bring your own basket.

🥚Broadford Park Easter Egg Hunt
Noon @ Broadford Lake Park
OVER 6,000 EGGS HIDDEN! Sponsored by the Oakland/Mountain Lake Lions Club and the Town of Oakland. Registration begins at noon at the Concession Stand Building and Ist hunt begins at 1pm for ages 2 and under, followed by the 2nd hunt for ages 3-5, 3rd group is ages 6-8, last group is ages 9-12. Bounce houses with Kona Ice & Girl Scout cookies for sale. The Easter Bunny will make an appearance.

🥚Dans Mountain Easter Egg Hunt
12:30pm @ Dans Mountain Pool (Rain or shine)
The annual Easter Egg Hunt is one of the area’s largest hunts, featuring over 4,000 candy-filled eggs! The hunt will begin promptly at 1 p.m. at 17410 Recreation Area Road, Lonaconing. Families are strongly encouraged to arrive no later than 12:30 p.m. to ensure adequate time for parking and instructions before the event. Children will be divided into five age groups. After the hunt, participants can enjoy free hot dogs, drinks, prizes and a visit with the Easter Bunny.

🥚Easter Eggstravaganza
1:00pm-4:00pm @ Loch Lynn Church of God
We invite our church family and community to join us at our Easter Egg Hunt, Bounce Houses, Interactive Games, Face Painting, Refreshments, PRIZES and more. This is FREE to all who attend. Loch Lynn COG is celebrating 60 years of ministry to our community.

4/1: Sunday

🥚Easter Sunday
10:00am-11:30am @ Crossroads Church- Deep Creek Lake
Join us Easter Sunday morning for a huge celebration of new life!
-live band, blacklight dance team, live drama, Easter egg hunt for kids with over 2500 eggs! Family photo booths, a special Easter message and so much more!

🥚Easter Egg Hunt
1:00pm-2:00pm @ Uno Chicago Grill Deep Creek Lake
Stop by the lawn at UNOs on Easter Sunday for a free egg hunt and pictures with the Easter Bunny.