Yesterday was crisp and sunny! Today will be the same: sunny, with a high near 48 and a low around 30.
Spring is here and a sure sign of its arrival is the fact that, as of today, docks are allowed on the lake for the season.
March is Women’s History Month and the Grantsville branch of the Ruth Enlow Library has virtual reality headset technology that will let you experience this important month in a new way. The library’s virtual reality session starts today at 1:00 pm and runs through 5:00 pm on the 29th! Stop in or call them at 301.895.5298 for more information or to reserve a spot.
Why not get some fresh air and root for the home team. The Northern High School softball team is home today playing Mountain Ridge from 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Good old hometown, low-cost entertainment.
Take the dam survey please! Note I said dam and not damn. Friends of Deep Creek Lake has an informative and important newsletter this month that covers details of, and issues relating to, the Water Appropriations Permit application that is up for renewal. They also have a link to a survey they are using to gather community insight. This is important and worth the time to read. And, yes, please fill out the dam survey!
Tonight, from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, this month’s Choose Civility discussion will be held at the Oakland branch of the Ruth Enlow Library. The topic of this month’s open, non-partisan and respectful discussion is Gender and Sexuality.
Here’s a link to Maryland Historical Trust’s Flood Mitigation Guide for Historic Buildings. Maryland has an abundance of natural waterways, coastal areas and lake assets so I thought our readers would find this of interest.