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The five free things to do this weekend

October 16, 2008

Put me in, coach



The World Series starts Wednesday, Oct. 22, in the American League team's park thanks to the AL beating the NL, 4-3, in this year's All-Star Game. The series will air on Fox.

Flaunting their flutes



If you're in the mood for something more flutey, the Frederick Flute Choir will perform at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Chambersburg, Pa., at 3 p.m. Sunday. Their repertoire includes classical, light classical, jazz and patriotic music. See page B5 or go to www.gbgm-umc.org/spumc.org.

Cashing in



Johnny Cash won't be there -- well, he might be present in spirit -- but Cold Hard Cash will pay tribute to Johnny with two performances Saturday at 1 and 2:30 p.m. during the Myersville (Md.) Trolley Festival. Bluegrass solo competition on Sunday.

Autumnal audio



AppleFest2008 isn't just a bushel of apples. There's a comedy act, hip-hop dancers and bands, including Chambersburg, Pa.'s own The Ryan Payne Band, which performs acoustic piano-based rock.

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Feel the expression



Expand your artistic horizons with the "Light and Touch" art show features works by polymer clay artist Mona Kissel and photographer Denny Crosby. Meet the artists from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Historic Entler Hotel, 129 E. German St.

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