Wednesday October 3

Oct 3, 2018

Yesterday was overcast. The weather for today will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 69 and a low around 62. A slight chance of showers after 1pm.

As the days get shorter the Mountain Fresh Farmers Market is still open on Wednesdays and Saturdays through the end of the month. Check it out today for some nice, fresh produce and other goodies.

The Ruth Enlow Library has a book discussion this evening from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Oakland branch.  The topic is Bloodsworth: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA Evidence. Space is limited so please RSVP by calling 301-334-3996 x0117 to register or email events@relib.net.

Speaking of the library, there’s a number of programs at the various branches today for both adults and children.  You can see them all on their events calendar.

HART for Animals not only put on a great Art, Wine & Beer fundraiser last month, but they have conducted 580 Spays & Neuters, 307 Rescues and Transports and 237 Adoptions year-to-date. One of the best ways to thank them for their service to our community (including our furry friends) is to adopt.  You know you really want to look, so check out their Meet the Pets section.  Deep Creek Times cannot be held responsible if you fall in love and adopt one of these wonderful cuties and give them a forever home with lots of love! Well, OK, well take some credit. Go ahead, go to the their site, or better yet, pay them a visit.

Once you check out the HART furballs, you can visit Mountain State Brewing Co. as Wednesday is Locals Day with 30% off on flatbreads. Plus, their dog-friendly, outdoor deck is open. Arf! If pizza isn’t your thing tonight, check out Dutch’s Senior Night, with half price wine and $5 appetizers.

Here’s a fun little interactive fall foliage map — say that five times fast!

The Garrett College Lady Lakers Volleyball team has a 6-4 won-loss record this season, which is an impressive turnaround from just a year ago.  They are home again this Saturday. playing Anne Arundel Community College starting at 1:00 pm.  A nice, close-by, inexpensive time out to do something different for our interested readers.

A Flying Scot sailboat in our Online Marketplace has been reduced in price. Grab this end-of-the-season deal!

The signups for Landon’s Library Youth Basketball for the 2018/2019 have begun for children in Kindergarten to 5th Grade. Practices will begin in mid-November with regular season games beginning in early January and the year-end tournament wrapping up in mid-February. The cost per child is $35 with checks payable to: Landon’s Library. The sign-up form is available at www.landonslibrary.org. The deadline for sign-ups is October 16, 2018 or sooner if all the spots are filled. Completed forms can be emailed to: bboal@boalcpas.com or katietasker@live.com with money being collected at a later time. They can also be dropped off to Boal and Associates CPAs or Buddy’s Towing. We also need sponsors! Sponsorships are $100 each and a form will be posted to the website.