Music in Your Community

Music in Your Community

Here's a list of "Music in Your Community" for this month...
Nov. 8, 14, 18, 21, 22, 28, 29: Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas Dinner & Show. 5:45-9:30pm. Antietam Recreation. A dinner buffet, fun cowboy activities, and an exciting drama production featuring World Champion Roper Andy Rotz. Great for families. Reservations: 301-491-7099. 301-797-7999
Nov. 11: Open Mic. 6:30-9pm. Port City Java. 1551 Potomac Ave. Hagerstown. Piano & Poetry. Talented local poets & musicians perform. All ages welcome. 301-790-5040.
Nov. 14-Jan. 10: Shake, Rattle and Roll Spectacular, musical revue. 6pm Fridays & Saturdays, 3pm Sunday. Washington County Playhouse. 44 North Potomac Street (rear entrance), Hagerstown. 301-739-7469.
Nov. 15: Summit Avenue Coffeehouse. 7-9pm. Emmanuel United Methodist Church. 802 Summit Ave., Hagerstown. A family friendly event promoting fellowship and an appreciation of the performing arts. $ Admission includes a bottomless cup of Coffee or Tea! 301-733-4720. www.summitavenuecoffeehouse.com.
Nov. 15: Mason Dixon Barbershop Chorus Show - "Grandpa's Attic". Annual fundraiser. 7pm. Kepler Theater, Hagerstown Community College. Grandpa (played by local actor Dick Hershey) is packing up to move after many years to a smaller place. The second half of the show will feature the Sweet Adeline's Freedom Valley Chorus, their quartet "Four of a Kind", and local quartets "Crowning Touch" and "Carousel". $ 301-739-7338 or 717-328-3674.
Nov. 18: Open Mic. 6:30-9pm. Port City Java. 1551 Potomac Ave. Hagerstown. Piano & Poetry. Talented local poets & musicians perform. All ages welcome. 301-790-5040.
Nov. 20- The Claremont Trio. Hagerstown Community Concert. 7:30pm Maryland Theatre. Memberships- $40/adults; $15/students, $50/family. Single tickets- $20 at door. 301-582-2734.
Nov. 21: Tree Lighting in Public Square. 5pm. Downtown Hagerstown Public Square. Festivities begin with local school bands and singing groups, continue with the arrival of Santa & his elves, and culminate with the lighting of the Christmas tree in the square.
Nov. 22: Charlie Zahm in Concert. 1pm. Washington County Free Library. Charlie Zahm, singer-songwriter of Celtic, Maritime, Early American and Civil War music returns to the library for a repeat performance. Limited seating. 301-739-3250 x136.
Nov. 23: Concert. Gallery Quartet. 2:30pm. Washington County Museum of Fine Art. City Park, Hagerstown. 301-739-5727. www.wcmfa.org.
Nov. 24: Holly Fest. 7pm. Maryland Theatre. Traditional holiday event with local children singing, dancing, playing holiday tunes and performing skits.
Nov. 25: Open Mic. 6:30-9pm. Port City Java. 1551 Potomac Ave. Hagerstown. Piano & Poetry. Talented local poets & musicians perform. All ages welcome. 301-790-5040.
Nov. 29: Memories of Elvis. 7pm. The Maryland Theatre. Chris MacDonald brings back the magic of the King of Rock-N-Roll. Chris has performed in the famous Legends in Concert stage productions and has actually appeared with Elvis' own original back-up group, the Jordanaires. 301-790-2000.

Be sure to check out area elementary, middle, and high schools for great family music programs including high school competitions and performances.