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Today is April 26, 2015 - Cumberland, MD 21502  

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Sunday, April 26th, 2015

Monday, April 27th, 2015

  • Posted by Nelson Marketing Solutions, Publisher Town Planner Calendars

    LaVale Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting - LaVale Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting

    7 pm, LaVale United
    Methodist Church




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    All State High School Band and Chorus Festivals - Allegany Co. Schools

    All State High School Band and Chorus Festivals


    http://www.acpsmd.org/acps



  • Neighborhood Advisory Commission meeting | Government, Politics, Neighborhood Advisory Commission, Cumberland
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    Neighborhood Advisory Commission meeting - Neighborhood Advisory Commission meeting
    The NAC meets the last Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the City hall Council Chambers and is open to the public.
    The Neighborhood Advisory Commission was established by Ordinance No. 3470 on November 18, 2003 and revised by Ordinance No. 3737 approved March 26, 2013.


    The commission is comprised of four (4) citizen at large members who are city residents, two (2) members of the Mayor and City Council, (1) members from the city police department, one(1) members from the city's code enforcement staff, and one (1) members from the city's community development staff.

    It shall be the duty of the Commission to maintain and improve the quality of life in the City's neighborhoods by coordinating the efforts of recognized neighborhood associations and to serve as a liaison for neighborhood associations with the Mayor and City Council and the City departments. The Commission shall meet on an as-needed basis and its duties shall include:


    ► Review proposals and make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding programs that can improve neighborhoods and prevent their decline;

    ► Assist in the creation of neighborhood associations in areas of the City where no active association exists

    ► Foster the development of neighborhood action plans;

    ► Identify improvements in infrastructure, municipal services, and code enforcement that might enhance neighborhood revitalization;

    ► Assist the Mayor and City Council in the dissemination of news and information of benefits in neighborhoods throughout the city;

    ► Recommend criteria for use in community betterment programs;

    ► Review the consolidated plan, housing code, and comprehensive plan for consistency with neighborhood association rules and objectives;

    ► Establish subcommittees as needed to study particular issues and recommend specific actions to the commission.

    ► Identify sources of public and private funds for the neighborhood revitalization activities;

    ► Provide guidance on matters related to the city's Neighborhoods Matter Initiative.



    We encourage anyone interested in neighborhood betterment to attend these meetings. You do not need to belong to a neighborhood group to attend.

    If interested in starting a neighborhood association, please contact Lee Borror, Senior Community Development Specialist - 301-759-6456.

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    Neighborhood Advisory Commission - Cumberland, MD
    We encourage all neighborhood groups to post meeting information on our page.



  • B-52: Bomber Down! | Special Interest
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    B-52: Bomber Down! - Rick Lewis will present the program “B-52: Bomber Down!” on Monday April 27 at 7:30 P.M. at the Folk Meeting House in Springs, PA. Lewis will speak about the fascinating true story of a B-52 bomber that crashed in Savage River State Forest in 1964 . Admission to the program is free and open to the public. The program is sponsored by the Springs Historical Society and will be presented in the Folk Meeting House on 1711 Springs Road in Springs, PA at 7:30 P.M. on Monday April 27. Call (814) 442-4594 or go to http://www.springspa.org for more information.

  • Gilchrist Gallery and Museum | Arts and Entertainment
    Posted by Robyn Wilson, Town Planner Community Calendar

    Gilchrist Gallery and Museum - April 10-May 3, the Gilchrist Gallery and Museum hosts an exhibition by printmaker Scott Gore and sculptor Howard Riopelle. The Gilchrist is located at 104 Washington Street in Cumberland. Regular museum hours are Friday through Sunday from 1-4PM. In addition to the changing exhibits, The Gilchrist Museum and Gallery proudly maintains and presents the historic 1840's home and pieces from its permanent collection including its extensive Wellington Collection and historic apparel. Throughout the year, the Gilchrist will offer special lectures and events highlighting aspects of the presentations and the museum's historical prominence and commitment to the full spectrum of the arts and commitment to the community. For additional information please visit http://www.facebook.com/gilchristgallery or http://www.gilchristgallery.com.

  • MD Master Gardener Course at Northern Outreach Center | 1:00pm - 4:15pm | Special Interest
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    MD Master Gardener Course at Northern Outreach Center - MD Master Gardener Course to be offered at Northern Outreach Center

    Garrett College in coordination with the University of Maryland Extension is sponsoring a Maryland Master Gardener course at the Northern Outreach Center in Grantsville. Classes will be held on Mondays, March 2 to June 1, from 1 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.

    For those with an interest and passion in gardening and home horticulture, the Maryland Master Gardener program is a great fit for you. The Maryland Master Gardener vision is a healthier world through environmental stewardship. The mission is to support the University of Maryland Extension mission by educating residents about safe, effective and sustainable horticultural practices that build healthy gardens, landscapes, and communities.

    The first step in becoming a Master Gardener is to take the Basic Training Class, which consists of 40 hours of education. The classes are offered through the University of Maryland Extension. Once you take the course, you will be asked to volunteer 40 hours of community service at approved Master Gardener events in the county. For more information or to register, contact 301-334-6960 or email abachtel@umd.edu.

    The cost to participate is $110 and includes the purchase of the Maryland Master Gardener handbook ($69 value) and class instruction on topics including: Native Plants, Soil Science, Ecology, Plant Science, Plant Pathology, Insects, Small Fruit, Composting, Weed Science and ID, Integrated Pest Management, Plant Propagation, Integrating Poultry in your Garden, and more. For a complete class syllabus contact the University of Maryland Extension office in Garrett County.

    The University of Maryland Extension programs are open to any person and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, genetic information, political affiliation, and gender identity or expression.





Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

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    All State High School Band and Chorus Festivals - Allegany Co. Schools

    All State High School Band and Chorus Festivals


    http://www.acpsmd.org/acps



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    Allegany Co. Schools Achievement Awards Banquet - Allegany Co. Schools

    Achievement Awards Banquet

    Allegany County Fairgrounds 6:30 pm


    http://www.acpsmd.org/acps



  • Free Cha Cha lesson | Special Interest
    Posted by Robyn Wilson, Town Planner Community Calendar

    Free Cha Cha lesson - 7:30PM at Boleros Dance Studio

    Phone: 240-233-6512
    Address: 1313 National Highway
    LaVale, MD 21502
    Email: dance@bolerosdancestudio.com
    Web: http://www.bolerosdancestudio.com


  • 5 Elements Qigong at Allegany Coillege of Maryland | 4:30pm - 5:40pm | Schools and Education, 5 Elements Qigong at Allegany Coillege of Maryland
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    5 Elements Qigong at Allegany Coillege of Maryland - 5 Elements Qigong CHE250
    starts March 10, 2015
    Tuesdays, from March 10 - May 19, 2015
    (no class on 4/21) 10 sessions.
    4:30 - 5:40 pm
    ACM College Center Loft

    Instructor: Lilly Umpierre
    Cost: $59.00

    Qigong (Energy Expertise) is an ancient Chinese body art and science that allows one to harmonize and balance the mind, body, spirit. Regular practice has been shown to decrease blood pressure, stress, and boost the immune system.
    Questions? Please contact Kathy Condor, or call
    301-784-5526.

    Please call 301-784-5341 to register.




  • PiYo ! Beginner & Intermediate Classes at Allegany College Of Maryland | 6:00pm - 7:00pm | Special Interest, PiYo, Allegany College Of Maryland
    PiYo ! Beginner & Intermediate Classes at Allegany College Of Maryland - PiYo ! Beginner & Intermediate Classes

    Tuesdays, April 28 - June 16 2015
    Instructor: Jennifer Raines
    Beginner (DHR429): 6 - 7 pm

    Intermediate (DHR435): 7 - 8 pm

    ACM College Center Loft

    Each course has 8 sessions for just $35.00!
    PiYo is a high intensity, low impact workout- for a new kind of STRONG! It's a great workout that builds strength, flexibility and much more.

    PiYo isn't like standard Pilates and yoga classes that make you hold long, intense poses, or lead you through dozens of repetitive, microscopic core movements. PiYo speeds everything up, including your results, by introducing you to dynamic, flowing sequences that can burn serious calories at the same time as they lengthen and tone your muscles and increase your flexibility. With every action-packed PiYo session, you can burn excess fat and sculpt and define your whole body, as you minimize the aches and pains that can come along with high-impact workouts. No matter your age, no matter your body type, PiYo will help give you dramatically visible, incredibly beautiful results. PiYo is a program designed to increase strength using your own body weight. Dynamic movements also improve core stability and agility. PiYo incorporates moves form yoga and Pilates, blends sports training, core conditioning, dance, stretch and athletic drills to help pump up calorie burn and build muscle.


    Questions? Please contact Christa Snyder, 301-784-5530
    Call 301-784-5341 to register. Class space is limited!




Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

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Friday, May 1st, 2015

Saturday, May 2nd, 2015

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

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    Flea Market & Auction at Alleg co Fairgrounds - Flea Market & Auction

    Allegany County Fairgrounds

    Eric S. McDonald
    Auctioneer. Phone 301-707-8401




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    LaVale Lions Club Chicken BBQ - LaVale Lions Club Chicken
    BBQ

    Lions Field, 1111 Braddock RD,LaVale


    All net proceeds from Lions Clubs
    public fundraising go directly to support our service projects and many local, regional, and
    national charitable causes.


    Visit our website: http://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/lavalemd



  • 4th Annual Rails to Trails Triathlon | Sports and Recreation
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    4th Annual Rails to Trails Triathlon - 4th Annual Rails to Trails Triathlon
    Sunday, May 3, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00
    PM



    Bedford County's 4th Annual Rails to Trails Triathlon

    Location: In and around Everett, PA

    Biking 12 miles from South St in Everett continuing on Milk and
    Water Road and looping back to South St

    Running 5 miles on the Mid-State Trail beginning on South St to
    Lutzville

    Canoeing/Kayaking 5 miles back to Everett on the Juniata
    River

    Date: Sunday. May 3, 2015

    Start Time: 10:00 AM 

    Awards Ceremony 2:00 PM at The Union Hotel in Everett

    Live registration at The Union Hotel's rear entrance  Sat., May
    2, 2015 (6:00-8:00 PM) & Sun., May 3, 2015 (7:00-9:00AM)

    Competitive classes  $50 per person and recreational classes $40
    per person

    Benefits Huntingdon & Broad Top Rails to Trails http://www.railstotrailsofbedfordcounty.org


    Visit http://www. railstotrailsofbedfordcounty. org  

  • Town Planner Photo Contest | Promotional, Photography, TownPlanner; Contest
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    Town Planner Photo Contest - Imagine Your Photo Hanging in Everyone’s Home in Your Community!

    8 Lucky Persons Will Each Win a $50 Gift card at their favorite restaurant.
    Selected photos will be featured in one or more of the 10 local area editions of the Town Planner calendar mailed to 101,000 local households this December!

    Your photos can be a part of the region’s favorite resource for events and money saving offers; The Town Planner! This December we will be mailing to over 101,000 homes in Allegany and Garrett counties in Maryland, Mineral, Hampshire, Hardy, Grant, Preston, and Harrison counties in West Virginia and Bedford and Somerset counties Pennsylvania! We’re looking for captivating photographs showcasing the region’s scenery, history, landmarks, or anything spectacular that has caught your eye! Categories for the calendar should reflect the months, holidays, and or four seasons of the year. For additional information: http://files.ctctcdn.com/b60b3dc7001/3eb290de-9e25-4e18-a515-c0220fdfa670.pdf



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Monday, May 4th, 2015

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    May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month -

    The Town Planner is supporting the
    Presidents Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition in honor of National Physical Fitness and
    Sports Month. During the month of May, we challenge all adults to get 30 minutes of physical
    activity every day.

    Did you know that regular physical activity increases your
    chances of living a longer, healthier life? It also reduces your risk for high blood pressure,
    heart disease, and some types of cancer. Yet many dont get the recommended amount of physical
    activity.

    The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend that
    adults:

    Aim for 2 hours and 30 minutes of moderate aerobic activity each
    week. Moderate activity includes things like walking fast, dancing, swimming, and raking
    leaves. Do muscle-strengthening activities like lifting weights and using exercises bands
    at least 2 days a week.

    Physical activity is for everyone. No matter
    what shape you are in, you can find activities that work for you. Together, we can rise to the
    challenge and get more active during the month of May!



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