The County Commissioners asked all county residents to observe the week.
Tennis courts being repaired
Tennis courts at six Washington County sites will be repaired this spring and summer.
The Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday awarded the $197,937 contract for the work to Craig Paving Inc. of Hagerstown.
The tennis courts at the following locations will be repaired: Clear Spring Park, Doub's Woods Park, Martin L. "Marty" Snook Memorial Park, Regional Park, Woodland Way and Hancock Middle-Senior High School.
The work includes repairing cracks, asphalt resurfacing, acrylic color finish, line striping and hardware replacement, according to information included with the county's meeting agenda.
The work is expected to begin about May 31 and be completed Aug. 5.
Museum ramble set for this weekend
The second annual Washington County Museum Ramble will be Saturday and Sunday.
Bill Knode, president of the Washington County Association of Museums and Historic Sites, explained the event Tuesday to the Washington County Commissioners.
The Museum Ramble is a self-guided tour of many of the museums in the county. More than 12 museums will participate in this weekend's event, according to information included with the county's agenda.
The event will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The County Commissioners issued a proclamation to Knode in recognition of the importance of museums in the county.
The county has 35 museums.