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Weekend calendar

May 25, 2007

Pro wrestling

National Wrestling League will present pro wrestling, featuring "Cocky" Rocky Dicola vs. MCW star Corp Punishment. Other wrestlers include WWE superstar Gangrel, Doink the Clown, John Rambo, Leslie Leatherman, Viper, Blackhawk, OGB, Prof. Egon, Wildman Paige, Jerkface and others. 7 p.m. today. South Hagerstown High School, South Potomac Street, Hagerstown. $20, front row; $15, ringside; $10, general admission; $8, student general admission. For information or to reserve tickets, call 301-739-3048. Also purchase tickets at Rocky's Pizza at 301-797-6270 or at the high school at 301-766-8369.

Auto racing

Late model sportsman special 25 lap exhibition charity race. All donations accepted by charity. 7:30 p.m. today. Hagerstown Speedway, 15112 National Pike, Hagerstown. Free general admission, $18 pit, $15 reserved seat. Call 301-582-0640, e-mail info@hagerstownspeedway.com or go to www.hagerstownspeedway.com.

Boonsboro carnival begins

BOONSBORO - The Great Boonsboro Rescue Co. Carnival begins today and continues through Saturday, June 2, at Shafer Memorial Park. Carnival is open from 5 p.m. to midnight today; 3 p.m. to midnight Saturday and Sunday; and 5 p.m. to midnight Monday, May 28, through Saturday, June 2. Free admission. Cost for rides, games and food.

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Memorial Day weekend

A Memorial Day service will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Washington Confederate Cemetery. Features full military honors, a bagpiper and a cannon firing. Stone Mountain Raiders will be provide historical interpretation; Wayne Carter will tell stories of how soldiers and their wives lived during the Civil War. The Stone Mountain Raiders will camp out until the afternoon of Sunday, May 27. Rose Hill Cemetery, 600 S. Potomac St. Call 301-739-3630.

St. Patrick's Chorale

St. Patrick's Chorale, children's chorus and orchestra, will present The Home of the Brave. 7 p.m. Saturday. The Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown. Free, donations welcome. For information, call 301-790-0114, 301-739-1100 or 301-739-8193 or go to www.stpatrickschorale.org.

Wine and Arts Festival

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Mary Ann Redmond, the Rowan Brothers and Billy Jonas are included in this year's entertainment lineup. Saturday and Sunday. Boydville Inn, 601 S. Queen St. $25, two-day admission for adults 21 and older; $10, two-day admission for ages 12 to 20. Adult ticket holders are allowed to taste, purchase and drink wine or microbrews at the festival, which also hosts vendors of food, arts and crafts. For information, go to www.wineandarts.com.

Youth festival

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - "Wet, Wild and Wonderful" is the theme of Renfrew Institute's youth festival this year. The festival features workshops, performances and activities geared for young people, including Waynesboro Children's Theatre Troupe, Ben Sota of Pittsburgh's Zany Umbrella Circus, the Frantz family's Belgian draft horses, face painting, Simmers family Barnyard Buddies and a scavenger hunt. 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Renfrew Park, 1010 E. Main St. If it rains, the event will be held at Waynesboro Area Middle School. Space is limited for workshops. To register for a workshop, call 717-762-0373.

Concert for the Animals

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Performers include Allegheny Uprising, mix of traditional and contemporary bluegrass; Flash, rock and roll and country music from the '50s and '60s; High Frequency, all original modern rock; and Mike Colyer and the Tone Hounds, swing, blues and rockabilly. There will also be a moon bounce for children and a silent auction to raise money for MCHS. Noon Sunday. Cacapon State Park. Free; tax deductible donations to Morgan County Humane Society will be accepted. Call 304-258-3809.

Patriotic concert

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Cumberland Valley School of Music will present a Memorial Day patriotic concert and a special salute to the Armed Forces and their families. 7:30 p.m. Monday. Chambersburg Memorial Park Bandshell. If it rains, the concert will be held at Chambersburg Area Senior High School auditorium.

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