Tri State Events

Now– Allegany College of Maryland Adult Basic Education is seeking individuals 18 and over who want to improve their reading skills. Participants can get one-on-one training with a volunteer. Call: 301-784-5445 to register for an Orientation Session, its free!

Now – Are you ready to make a difference in your community and join a network of leaders? The Leadership Allegany! The program is accepting applications for the Class of 2018. The program is dedicated to developing future leaders by providing an opportunity for individuals to become acquainted with the processes, programs and challenges that currently exist in the region. The program helps participants identify issues and acquire a deeper understanding of the leadership structure within and beyond Mountain Maryland. For a copy of the application and additional information, please call the Chamber at 301-722-2820!

Now – Help Seniors sustain their independence by providing free services like transportation to medical appointments or the grocery store, running errands, making telephone reassurance calls, or friendly visits, and more. Whether they have two hours a weeks or two hours a month to offer, volunteers have the opportunity to make a direct, positive impact on the lives of others every time they participate. Join RSVP today by contacting Shirley Vanmeter at 304-257-1221 or 1-800-296-1221.

Now-The Frostburg Moose will be having a regular Bingo every Tuesday. Doors open at 4pm, with Bingo starting at 6pm. Kitchen will be open.

Now – Tri-Towns Celebrate Recovery meets every Tuesday at 6 pm at the Piedmont Presbyterian Church, 66 Ashfield Street in Piedmont. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ based recovery program for all of your hurts, habits, and hang ups. Each meeting begins with group fellowship and sharing followed by men and women’s small groups. Refreshments are provided. For more info visit

Now– Allegany Museum will present “History on Tap”, an informal ‘hang out with a historian’, every third Tuesday of the month at Mezzos, 114 S Centre Street. Each “History on Tap” will open at 5:30 pm with a 10-minute talk by an interesting and engaging local historian, and then a lively discussion. For more information, call the Museum on 301-777-7200, or visit the Allegany Museum Facebook page.

Now – Is your child in kindergarten to 8th grade? Does your child struggle with reading or has trouble understanding math? Or both? Do you feel as though your child is behind in school? Are you looking for ways to help improve your child’s learning skills? Frostburg State University’s AmeriCorps “Read to Succeed!” program can offer the help and guidance your child needs in order to flourish this school year! Read to Succeed! is an AmeriCorps literacy program that specializes in the recruitment of AmeriCorps members and volunteers from the university community in order to help elementary and middle school students with school work, improvement in social and task skills, and with other academic enrichment areas. Each child that attends this program will spend two hours and thirty minutes with a member or two who are focused on your child’s education. The Read to Succeed! program has an open-door policy throughout the school year. In order to enter your child into the program, you can complete the online application by clicking here: Read to Succeed Application You can also find this application on the Frostburg website located at the link provided: you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact 301.687.4191 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Now – Do you love to read and to talk about books with others? If so, the Allegany County Library System has a variety of book groups to choose from that will connect you with new reads and new friends. Our four book groups at the Frostburg, LaVale, and South Cumberland Libraries unite the Library System’s dual goals of encouraging reading and providing quality programs for our community. The Frostburg Library offers two book groups which meet monthly, the Frostburg Library Book Discussion Group that meets on the 3rd Thursday at 2 p.m. and the Circle of Wise Women Support Group which meets on the 2nd Saturday at 2 p.m. In February the Frostburg Library Book Discussion Group will be reading Force of Nature by Jane Harper. The Circle of Women organizes their meetings around a theme and discuss the personal impact of that issue on their lives. The LaVale Library’s Book Discussion Group meets the 4th Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m. In January the group will be reading the Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy. The South Cumberland Library’s Cozy Book Group meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 1:30 p.m. This group enjoys reading cozy mysteries, light romances, and inspirational fiction. In February the group will be discussing A Stolen Heart by Amanda Cabot. All book groups are open to the public and new members are always welcome. Check-out the full listing of events and classes at: Have questions? Please contact Jennifer Howell, Director of Programming at [email protected] or 301-777-1200.

Now – The Book Center Adult Book Club is the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm! If you like food, wine, and great books, then this is the place for you! If you’d like to join, call us at 301-722-2284 or drop in to let us know. All Book Club members receive a discount on monthly selections.

Now – A book group for teens, called TRIBE, is meeting Thursday evenings at the Washington Street Library from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Formerly known as the Middle School Readers, TRIBE invites teens to choose books within different genres to read and discuss together. Participants also have opportunities to get creative and make art projects based on the monthly themes or books they are reading.
Questions about TRIBE? Please contact Program Specialist Lindsay Lindsay at [email protected] or 301-777-1200.


Sept 17th Pressley Ridge will be hosting an information session of Foster Parenting from 4-6pm.

Sept 19th The District 6 Office of MDOT SHA will be holding a food drive during the month of September.  As part drive they will be hosting 2 Stuff the Truck events, in which the public can participate at the LaVale Wal Mart on September 19 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.  All donations will be kept local to the Garrett, Allegany and Washington County areas. The public is encouraged to support the drive by visiting one of the Stuff the Truck events or by dropping off canned or boxed goods at the District 6 Headquarters, located at 1251 Vocke Road, LaVale.  For more information, please call us at 301-729-8417.  Thank you for your support!

Sept 19th-21st Frostburg State University’s much-anticipated Appalachian Festival will return for its 14th year from Thursday, Sept. 19, to Saturday, Sept. 21. The free, family-friendly event brings together artists and craftspeople to celebrate all that makes the region unique – its history, culture, music and dance, folk arts, food and more – with performances, workshops, displays, discussions and activities. This year’s event focuses on “Just Transitions: Climate, Economy and Culture.” The capstone of the festival is the concert featuring Dom Flemons on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the historic Palace Theatre at 31 E. Main St. in Frostburg. Flemons was the co-founder of the Carolina Chocolate Drops who won a Grammy for Best Traditional Folk Album in 2010. After leaving the group to pursue a solo career, Flemons released an album in 2018, titled “Dom Flemons Presents Black Cowboys,” and received a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. He was also nominated for two Emmys at the 2018 National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Mid-America Awards for the PBS Episode, “Songcraft Presents Dom Flemons,” and for the co-written song “Good Ole Days” with Ben Arthur. He was the first artist-in-residence at the Making American Music Internship Program at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Known as “The American Songster” because his repertoire of music covers more than 100 years of American folklore, ballads and tunes, Flemons is also a music scholar, historian and multi-instrumentalist. Tickets for the event are $15 for adults and can be purchased at the door. The festival kicks off with a film festival on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Palace Theatre. The first film, “We Are Bluegrass,” demonstrates local efforts to continue Appalachian heritage through bluegrass music. The second, “Hillbilly,” confronts depictions of Appalachian and other rural people on a broad, national level and introduces audiences to a nuanced, authentic Appalachia that is quite conscious of how it has been portrayed and the impacts of those portrayals. The theme of just transitions continues Friday on FSU’s Upper Quad with the Appalachian Symposium, beginning at 1 p.m. with “What’s New in Appalachian Extraction? Appalachian Plastics” by Tyler Cannon, a community organizer with Mountain Watershed Association, who will explore the Appalachian Storage Hub and related petrochemical infrastructure in the region. The proposed developments include ethane crackers, miles of pipelines and underground storage facilities that would create a plastics-processing network stretching from Catlettsburg, Ky., along the Ohio River, to Beaver, Pa. Cannon will focus on the most recent developments with these projects, the connection between shale gas and plastics, and how audience members can get involved in the fight for the future of the region. Following this presentation at 2 p.m. Jacob Hannah, Coalfield Development’s first conservation coordinator, will present “Rebuilding the Appalachian Economy From the Ground Up With Triple-Bottom-Line Sustainability.” Hannah focuses on creating innovative ways to protect West Virginia and incorporate it into the future. Testing out his triple-bottom-line sustainability concepts, he spent three years developing revitalization initiatives for coal towns in central Pennsylvania and food security programs in Western Maryland. At 3 p.m., join Clory Jackson and Caroline Hann, who have embarked on a creative journey to explore and confront the history and social impact of Brownsville, a forgotten community of Frostburg that started in the 1860s. Their interactive theatre experience, “The Brownsville Project,” seeks to explore the story of a place where race, class, gender and family pride meet. In the last presentation of the day, “The Living New Deal,” at 4 p.m., independent historian Brent McKee, with the feasibility of the Green New Deal resolution in mind, will discuss and present photographs about the “green” aspects of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal, 1933-1943, both nationally and locally. This will include Works Progress Administration climate science projects, sanitation projects funded by the Public Works Administration, tree planting by the Civilian Conservation Corps and legislation and art designed to promote the conservation of wildlife. The symposium ends at 6 p.m. with a community sing for climate and social justice led by singer-songwriters Kim Alexander, Doug Hendren, Sparky and Rhonda Rucker, and Rob Smith. Also on Saturday, two stages will host a variety of musical groups from across the region. Blue Hill Bluegrass, T-Mart Rounders, Hickory Bottom Band, Davis & Elkins College Appalachian Ensemble, Buffalo Run, Allegheny Drifters, Black Diamond, Andy Cohen, Highland Grass, Flower Hill String Band, Critton Hollow String Band, the Barnstormers and the RockCandy Cloggers will perform on the Compton stage. On the Thomas Subaru Hyundai stage, Sparky and Rhonda Rucker, Hay Fever with Pete Hobbie, the Time Travelers, Michael and Carrie Kline, Davis Bradley Duo, Loretta Hummel and Paul Dix, Day Old News, Jeff and Myles Thomas and Tabby Finch, Jay Smar, Casselman Valley Travelers and Twang! will appear. In addition, the Garrett Highlands Pipes and Drums and Frostburg Arion Band will perform on the grounds. Chapel Happenings, beginning at 11 a.m. in Cook Chapel, will include personal stories of hope and resilience. Community members are invited to join this story-sharing session to hear local community members narrate how they were inspired to keep going despite economic, health, social or spiritual challenges. Appearing in the chapel from 12:30 to 3 p.m. will be accomplished storytellers Jo Ann Dadisman, Adam Booth, Katie and Otto Ross, Ilene Evans and Mikalena Zuckett, who will enchant the audience with stories and lore inspired by their Appalachian upbringings. Afterward, festival attendees can learn the fundamentals of songwriting from professional songwriter Robert Smith. Throughout the day, attendees can visit the Explorations Tent. Come learn about Frostburg’s historic African American community, Brownsville, from author Lynn Bowman; the interracial documentary project, Hope, which consists of more than 40 life story interviews from sons and daughters of coal miners; the plight of the honey bee as presented by 14-year-old Finian Stroup, who began a fundraising campaign to raise money for honey bee research; and addressing climate change in Appalachia. Also featured are an open discussion of the collection “Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’” which addresses J.D. Vance’s book that explores a more complex view of Appalachia, and artist and author Regina Holliday, who has advocated for transparency in medical records and began “The Walking Gallery” movement. In the Folkways Tent, festivalgoers can participate in several Appalachian dance and dance-calling workshops, as well as learn about the Maryland Folklife Network, the African American ballad tradition and the traditional medicinal plants of Appalachia. In addition to plenty of food and entertainment for all ages, the festival will provide activities and programming specifically for children, who can join in singalongs with multi-instrumentalist Ray Owen; join the Sunnyland Band and play along on spoons, jugs, washboards and all kinds of instruments from other countries; try out instruments at the Cat and the Fiddle musical instrument petting zoo; explore Appalachian arts through hands-on activities; paint goat-shaped silhouettes at the Capering Kids 4-H Goat Club display; make “weaving” crafts; and meet the members of Cub Scout Pack 24. A variety of artisans are also featured throughout the festival, offering tatting, pottery, ceramic wares, industrial-style sculptural pieces and accessories, quilting, watercolors, jewelry, knitting, basket making, decorative gourds, fiber arts, cigar box banjos, stained and fused glass, woven pot holders and slate paintings. Also on the grounds are Dragonfly and Company (natural soaps and body products), Finian Stroup (honey-bee-themed bath bombs and chocolate pretzels), Heishman HoneyB Hut (honey and beeswax products), the Nettle Patch (organic products), the Western Maryland Chapter of the Archeological Society, Friends of Ashby’s Fort, Wynter’s Haven (natural personal and home care products), Garrett County Celtic Festival, Frostburg Museum Association, Allegany County Women’s Action Coalition, Allegany and Garrett County Bird Club, NAACP – Allegany Chapter, FrostburgFirst, Wholesome Harvest Co-op (grocery store), Nemacolin Chapter of Trout Unlimited No. 199, Appalachian Laboratory, Green New Deal, Maryland Commission on Civil Rights, Allegany County Truth and Reconciliation Committee (to recognize the victims of lynching), Garrett County Road Workers Strike of 1970, Mountain Watershed Association, American Red Cross, Allegany Allied Arts Inc., Dickerson African Methodist Episcopal Church, International Geographical Honor Society – Gamma Theta Upsilon, Phi Mu Delta, Delta Sigma Pi and Residence Hall Association. The Multimedia Learning Center will offer planetarium shows from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.To learn more about the FSU Appalachian Festival, visit or email Dr. Kara Rogers Thomas at [email protected].

Sept 20th Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot” opens September 20th at the Embassy Theatre, for six performances on two consecutive weekends. The musical is directed by Tom Valentine, with choreography and music direction by Desiree Witt.  King Arthur hopes to build a kingdom with honor and dignity with his Knights of the Round Table. But when Queen Guinevere falls in love with Lancelot, the kingdom is in jeopardy. The original Broadway cast album spent 60 weeks on the charts with such memorable tunes as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and, of course, “Camelot.” Curtain time on Friday and Saturday is at 8 pm, and Sunday at 2 pm. Embassy Theatre is in historic downtown Cumberland at 49 Baltimore Street. For reservations, call (240) 362-7183. Tickets are $18, $16 for seniors, and are available on and at the door.

Sept 20th The Inaugural Brother Herman Paul/Coach Bruce Widdows Memorial Tournament Friday, September 20th at Cumberland Country Club. This event includes $500/foursome and $100 hole sponsor. Get a foursome from your graduating class! Thursday evening get together. For more information contact Glenn Cross, [email protected]

Sept 21st Recovery Rocks, a mental health/substance use recovery celebration. This free event is hosted at Taggart Hall (91 South High Street, Romney, WV) from 4:00-7:00pm on Saturday September 21, 2019. It includes a color run/walk, inspirational speakers, live music, food & drinks, vendor, games/crafts, face painting, and hair wrappings. For more information, contact Sarah at 304-359-2185

Sept 21st Join the Cumberland YMCA for a fun filled day with fleets of colorful Dragon Boats as they race to the beat of a Chinese Drum to help raise money for the Cumberland YMCA at Rocky Gap State Park from 9am-4pm.  Cheer on teams of wildly dressed paddlers, working with adrenaline-pumping action to the finish line. Participants rave about the excitement, friendly competition, and community spirit surrounding the sport. Each group is encouraged to get into the spirit by choosing a theme and decorating the tents, crafting their custom T-shirts, or costumes to add excitement.

Sept 21-22th Maryland Lighthouse Challenge! Explore Maryland’s historic lighthouses at some of the most beautiful spots in the state during this two-day driving tour (8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.). Visit any of the participating attractions and receive a complimentary souvenir at each. Visit all 11 and receive a “special” souvenir proclaiming that “you’ve seen the lights!” This event is presented by The Chesapeake Chapter of the U.S. Lighthouse Society. The Chesapeake Chapter focuses on implementing the U.S. Lighthouse Society’s goals of restoration and preservation of America’s lighthouses in the Chesapeake Bay area, particularly with regard to the lighthouses and lightships of Virginia, Maryland, and lower portion of Delaware. For additional information, please e-mail them at: [email protected]

Sept 22nd Grandparents and Me Day will be held at Brookedale Farms in Fort Ashby, WV will be hosting a free event. They will be having gardening demonstrations, grandparents and me yoga. Spaces are limited to 25 children so please register by calling the Mineral County Family Resource Network at 304-788-9099

Sept 23rd Roy Rogers on Queen City Drive will host a spirit night for Real Men Wear Pink to benefit the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness. Roy Rogers will donate 25% of proceeds if you mention you are there for the spirit night. There will also be a bake sale.

Sept 24th The Allegany County Board of Elections will be hosting an open house to celebrate National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at the Allegany County Office Complex, 701 Kelly Road, Room 100, Cumberland. Stop by our “Selfie Station” and register to vote for the 2020 Presidential Election. Staff members will be on hand to take voter registration applications, election judge applications, demonstrate voting equipment, and answer questions from the public. Light refreshments and drinks will be provided. Stop by and use #AlleganyMDvotes to post on social media.

Sept 27th A live entertainment benefit to fight kidney disease sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation serving Maryland and Delaware. Join us Friday, September 27th at the Ali Ghan Shrine Club in Cumberland. With music by Night Traveler, Fred Sullivan and company, Playing for Pennies and this year we’re adding a Stand Up Comedy Special. Silent auctions and raffles, food for purchase. Tickets$15 at the door of online at

Sept 27th The 2019 Salem Golf Scramble this Friday, September 27th from 8:00-9:00 am. at Fore Sisters Golf Course, Rawlings, MD. This event is in honor of Sam and Judy Reckley. Check-in begins at 9:00 am. $75 per person which includes, green fees and cart, 2 golf club vouchers, lots of free soft drinks, bottled water and snacks, $20,000 hole-in-one contest, and lunch-prizes. Mulligans and/or powerballs will be available for purchase at the golf course. For more information contact us at: 301-689-8176 or [email protected]

Sept 28th Vendor & Craft Show Wednesday, September 28th from 9am-3pm at the Good Will Fire Co. Armory (2 Advocate Ct. Lonaconing, MD 21539). This event is hosted by Egle Nursing & Rehab.All money will be going to the Activity Department to ensure residents continue to have wonderful activities. Raffles and Concessions will be available. For more information email: [email protected]

Sept 28th Do you know someone who served in World War I, World War II, Vietnam, Korea or the Gulf War? On Saturday, September 28 bring wartime related photos, documents or items that belong to your family to have them photographed or scanned. Scanned and photographed items will then be added to the Western Maryland Historic Library website ( by Western Maryland Regional LibraryDigitization Librarian, Jill Craig. Bring as much information about the photograph or document that you know- the who, what and when.Items that cannot be scanned, like helmets and medals can be photographed and added to the collection. Your information will be made available online, and if you like you can get a copy of the scan via email, disc or flash drive. History in Your Attic is free and open to the community and is presented in collaboration with Western Maryland Goes to War. If you have questions about this event, pleasecontact Program Specialist Lindsay Lindsay at [email protected] or 301-777-1200.

Sept 28th Muddy Buddy Run (1.5 mile trail mud run for kids, 1.5 mile walk for all ages) September 28, 2019 at Central Assembly Cumberland, MD 21502  for more information call  301-777-3105 or register online at


Oct 2nd The Potomac Valley Hospital Board of Directors Meeting will be held Wednesday, October 2, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m. in the PVH Conference Room.  This meeting is open to the public.  If you would like to attend, please contact Administration at (304) 597-3510.

Oct 5th The Lords of 52nd Street will be held at Allegany high school Oct. 5th, 2019. This event showcases the legends of the Billy Joel band with original members including Richie Cannata, Liberty DeVitto, and Russell Javors. Doors open by 6:30 PM and concert begins at 7:30 PM. Reserved seating now available for $36.00 (limited seating)! To purchase tickets, phone: Tri-State Concert Association Call Center open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (1-304-759-0580) or online at or visit TWR Communications – 549 N, Centre St. Cumberland, Maryland 21502 (Avail. M-F 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM). Pay with checks, cash, or any major credit cards. Tickets will be mailed. More information on the band at

Oct 5th Annual Car Show hosted by the Bowman’s Addition VFD. This Saturday Oct 5th from 5:00pm to 9:00pm at the Naves Cross Roads. Event includes kids’ activities, DJ, food, and an auction. Also there are dash plaques for the first 100 entries. Come out and enjoy a great time for a great cause!

Oct  5th Do you have household products labeled “caution, toxic, danger, hazard, warning, poisonous, reactive, corrosive, or flammable” and you don’t know how to safely dispose?  Allegany County Recycling is holding its biennial Too Toxic To Trash Event for residents to dispose of their household hazards waste (HHW) properly, on Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Allegany County Fairgrounds, 11490 Moss Avenue, Cumberland, MD

Oct 18th FrostburgFirstis thrilled to bring the Fall Arts Walk back to downtown Frostburg on Friday, October 18, 2019 from 4 PM – 7 PM. FrostburgFirstinvites artists, musicians, performers, and creators in all mediums to share their talent. Designed to be a self-guided walking arts tour, artists are partnered with downtown businesses to display and sell their works. The cost to participate is $10 for non-members, $5 for students, and FREE for FrostburgFirst artist members. Artists willing to give demonstrations throughout the day and musical/theatrical performers will be offered special consideration. The Fall Arts Walk will include a community art project and custom clothing class led by local artist and muralist Parris Ashley, a panel of childrens’ book authors at Curtis & Grammy’s Kind Kids, live music throughout town, and so much more.  Spaces are limited and will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. To qualify for the Fall Arts Walk, any items sold must be created by the artist. Please submit applications by Friday, September 27, 2019 to ensure consideration.  For more information and to download the Artist Registration Application, please visit Contact FrostburgFirst with any questions at [email protected] or at (301) 689 6900.

Oct 20th Allegany Radio Corporation trunk or treat

Oct 26 th  at 7 PM – 9 PM Come join the Tri State Zoological Park for the annual Halloween event! They  will have a Haunted House , light refreshments , trick-or-treating  & of course seeing the animals! Feel free to dress up & please bring your own bag/bucket for treats. There is lighting around the zoo, but some places may be darker so you can also bring a flashlight They are also looking for volunteers if you want to help set up the haunted house, be in the haunted house or help hand out candy! $5 per person -2 & under are free

Oct 26th What’s a Ghouley? The 11th Annual Ghouley (rhymes with Hooley) is a Halloween Pub Crawl and it’s scheduled for Saturday, October 26th at 8 PM in Downtown Cumberland. Get your Halloween costume ready and prowl Downtown Cumberland’s favorite haunts with your friends.

Oct 29th The Frostburg Halloween Parade and Party is scheduled for Tuesday, October 29th at 6pm.  The Halloween Party at City Place (14 South Water Street) is intended for children 12 & under in costume accompanied by an adult and will immediately follow the parade. There is no cost to participate in the parade or to attend the party. Those interested in participating in the parade can find the registration form and more parade info at

Oct 30th South Cumberland Halloween Parade is Wed. Oct. 30 – 7 p.m. Mummers Contest at Smith Park at 5:30

Oct 31st Sponsored by the Cumberland Democrat Club 1st Annual North End Trunk or Treat is being held accross the street from the Democrat Club on Oct 31st from 6-8pm. There will be food and fun for the whole Family.Event Coordinators are Shannon Miller and Beverly Kuykendall. If you have any questions please call Shannon at 540-313-2714 or contact one of us on facebook.
Volunteers are needed and there are 5 spaces for vehicles and there will be 20 tables


Nov 29th Discover your Cumberland Christmas spirit by joining loved ones, family & friends for the annual City Centre Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Historic Downtown Cumberland. Enjoy your holiday shopping throughout the day at some of our unique shops and galleries with a variety of open houses and holiday cheer. Then make your way to The McCoury Family Stage for entertainment beginning at 6:30 PM followed by a holiday ceremony led by Mayor Ray Morriss, the lighting of the tree and a visit from Old Saint Nick. A celebration for the whole family.


Dec 14th Cumberland Choral Society Holiday Concert will be held December 14, 2019, 7:30 PM at the Church McKee Arts Center  101 Fort Ave Keyser WV

Dec 15th Cumberland Choral Society Holiday Concert will be held December 15, 2019, 3 PM at the First Presbyterian Church  11 Washington St Cumberland