The weather today will be mostly cloudy with a high near 74 and a low around 61. Isolated showers this morning then showers and thunderstorms likely after noon. The chance of precipitation is 60%.
What a great retreat to the mountains at Deep Creek Lake, MD — www.instagram.com/rob_dimeo sketches his vacation:
The Garrett County Agricultural Fair has the baby crawl contest, pedal tractor pull, pony and horse judging, the gas and diesel truck pull and entertainment by Janice Ray today. $10 admission ticket includes rides (from 1pm-11pm), entertainment, and track events!
The Farmers Market is today from 10am – 1pm and we’re in the thick of it! There should be some sweet corn, peaches, early apples, slicing tomatoes, green, red, and hot banana peppers, jalapenos, eggplant, zucchini, summer squash, garlic, blueberries, black raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and more!
Stage Wisp Concert Series – The Plate Scrapers is tonight at 6pm! Come dance your heart out with this Appalachian bluegrass band!
Something different is happening tonight: A New Moon Ritual Women’s Circle tonight from 6pm-8pm at Roots: A Yoga and Movement Studio. Set new intentions and goals during this 60-minute fluid yoga class.
August marks the official halfway point of the Park Quest Season. Here’s what recent Park Questers had to say: “We had a great weekend out west. We started at Sang Run, enjoying the peaceful reflection. Then we hopped over to Herrington Manor for that quest, and enjoyed the walk and the stations. While there, we took a side trip to Swallow Falls, and walked the Swallow Falls Canyon Trail. I got some beautiful pictures of all four waterfalls. Tips for park questers: When we know the quest is art-related, Hannah carries a set of colored pencils to give her a larger variety of colors she can use to draw things. Tip: Research other non-Park Quest parks in the area. We loved Swallow Falls. It was beautiful.” — Team Dynamic Duo: Terry & Hannah Sheely – first-time Questers
The GILL annual picnic is scheduled for August 22 – RSVP now.
The County Commissioners have announced the agenda for their August 5 Public Meeting.