Through August 3
Garrett County Agriculture Fair — Enjoy carnival rides, food, games, livestock, mud bogs, demolition derbies, live music, tractor pulls and more and this fun annual event. Ticket pricing and information available at

Thursday – Sunday, August 1 -4
“12 Angry Jurors” Adapted by Sherman L. Sergel — The Barn at Ridgeview Valley, 7:30 PM. A Theatre on the Lake production. A 19 year old man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. Each juror reveals his or her own character as the various testimonies are re-examined, the murder is re-enacted and a new murder threat is born before their eyes. Tempers get short, arguments grow heated, and the jurors become 12 angry men. Tickets are $12. To reserve seating, email

Friday, August 2
Little Yough Summer Music Festival — Featuring Crandall Creek. Mountain Fresh Pavilion, Oakland, 7 PM. This annual festival showcases singers/songwriters from across the country and displays a variety of different genres and musical styles. Concerts begin at 7 PM. Food is available for purchase but feel free to bring your own picnic or bottle of wine. Bring your chairs and blankets and relax for a night of music under the summer skies. Free admission, donations are appreciated. For full schedule, visit

Old Time Jam – New Germany Lake House, 6:30 – 9:30. Musicians and listeners of all ages are invited to share and enjoy traditional folk, bluegrass, and other “old-time” Appalachian music. Free admission; food, refreshments and gifts available for purchase. Call the Ranger Station for more information: 301-895-5453.

Saturday, August 3
Dream Interpretation Workshops — Smoke N Mirrors Gallery & Studio, 2 – 6 PM. This is a monthly, interactive Dream Workshop facilitated by Author and Dream Interpreter Rose Gordy. This is a free event but please register at 304-277-7700 or by emailing

Jay Meyers Memorial Golf Tournament — Oakland Golf Club, 10 AM shotgun start. The format is a 2-player scramble. Proceeds benefit Jay’s passion, your local Oakland Golf Club. Cost is $60 for guests and $40 for OGC Members. All are welcome to play. Call 301-334-3883 or email

Greg Latta Concert — New Germany State Park Lakehouse, 7 – 9 PM (rain or shine). Proficient on more than 15 instruments, Latta is an award-winning singer/songwriter. He will perform Appalachian, Irish, old-time and traditional music. Free admission, kid friendly. Hosted by Friends of New Germany State Park.

Sunday, August 4
LEGO Robotics: SuGO Sunday – Come and build Sumo Wrestling Robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS. SuGO teams form at 1 PM, build until 3:30 PM. NO experience is necessary. All equipment is provided, and help is available. At 3:30, teams move to the arena and the SuGO bots battle it out tournament style. Light refreshments are available for purchase. Event takes place the first Sunday of every month. Contact Phil Malone at 301-387-2331 or email GEARS Center, Accident, MD, 1 – 5 PM.

The Seldom Scene — The Main Lodge at Wisp Resort, 6 PM. The Seldom Scene is an American bluegrass band formed in 1971 in Bethesda, MD. The Scene has been instrumental in starting the progressive bluegrass movement as their shows include bluegrass versions of country music, rock and even pop. What does it take for a bluegrass band to remain popular for more than four decades? For The Seldom Scene, it’s taken not only talented musicians, a signature sound, and a solid repertoire, but also a sheer sense of fun. Tickets are $25 for adults, students and children free with adult purchase. To purchase tickets call the Garrett Lakes Arts Festival office at 301-387-3082 or email

Monday – Thursday, August 5 – 8
6 – 8 Farm Camp 2019 — Backbone Farm, Oakland, MD, 10 AM to 4 PM daily, for ages 6 to 8 years old. All Earth Eco Tours hosts an on-the-farm, summer day camp for kids ages 6 – 8. Campers will experience the wonders of nature through farming, fun and artistic expression. Campers can expect to get their hands dirty as they learn what it’s like to be an organic farmer, having fun and learning about growing vegetables, sustainable agriculture, the benefits of humane livestock management, mycology and basic animal husbandry. Check out the website for all the activiites. Cost is $250 per camper. To register, call Carol Calhoun at 301-746-4083 or email

Monday – Friday, August 5 – 9
Summer Art Camp — Deep Creek Pottery, 8 AM to Noon. This week’s projects include clay projects, painting pottery, mosaic tiles and more. Snacks provided. Open for children aged 6 – 12. $175 per camper. Call or email to register. 301-501-1618;

Monday, August 5
Welcome Party with Live Music— Honi-Honi, Deep Creek Lake, 6 PM. Welcome to our new visitors staying for the week (and old friends too). Stop by and enjoy live entertainment, giveaways, light snacks and allow us to introduce you to our family of businesses.


Friday, August 2
Black Bear: Matt Tichon, 6; DJ Thoro, 10
Harbor Bar :Tyler Boyce, 6
Honi-Honi: Abeline Band, 4; Optimus Riff, 9
Little Yough Music Festival: Crandall Creek, 7
Moonshadow: Meadow Run, 8

Saturday, August 3
Black Bear: Shelly McCombie, 6; Trial by Fire, 10
Harbor Bar: Scott Ross, 3-6
Honi-Honi: Pub Crawlers, 1:30; Shallow 9, 9
Moonshadow: Freddie & Josh, 8

Sunday, August 4
Honi-Honi: Sunday Funday with Sly 45, 2; Perry & Sean Kamp, 7
MoonShadow: Night Traveler, Noon

Monday, August 5
Honi-Honi: Welcome Party w/ The Shelly McCombie Duo, 6