WEG's Top Five

December 10, 2009

The top five things
to do this week


The Potomac Classical Youth Ballet presents its Nutcracker production on Saturday and Sunday at The Maryland Theatre in downtown Hagerstown.

'Capitol Christmas'

It's a "Capitol Christmas" at The Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg, Pa., on Friday. The Hagerstown Municipal Band performs.

Hub City

The Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum's "Trains of Christmas" exhibit is up and running. The museum is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. See story and check out video of the trains.

Dreaming of a 'White Christmas'

Check out the musical, stage version of the holiday film "White Christmas" at The Apollo Civic Theater, in downtown Martinsburg, W.Va. The play opens Friday.


Feeling the blues

Chicago blues artists Roger "Hurricane" Wilson and Willie "Big Eyes" Smith will perform a free show tonight at the Zodiac Bar and Grill, inside the Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center on Hagerstown's Dual Highway.

The five free things to do this week

Voices heard on high

Hagerstown Choral Arts presents its Christmas Concert on Saturday evening at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hagerstown. Read why this year's Christmas concert won't be just about Christmas. See story.

Light up the night

Rest Haven's festival of lights is Saturday. Nine thousand luminarias will be lit at Rest Haven Cemetery in Hagerstown. There will also be music.

Colonial Christmas

On Saturday, tour the 1774 house of Gen. Adam Stephen in Martinsburg, W.Va. The house will be all decked out in Colonial holiday decor and there will be crafts, music and refreshments. Continues Sunday. Call 304-267-4434.

More lights

Cedar Lawn's annual luminaria ceremony, Festival of Lights. 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The rain date is Sunday, Dec. 13. Cedar Lawn Memorial Park, 17636 W. Washington St., Hagerstown. Call 301-733-6683.

Festive TGIF

The Chambersburg Area Senior High School Choristers and Esquires will put on a free show as part of the TGIF series from noon to 1 p.m. Friday at First Lutheran Church, 43 W. Washington St., Chambersburg, Pa. Call 717-264-6883 or go to

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