Cruise-in slated to be on Conococheague Street

July 31, 2012|Paula Green Shupp | Around Williamsport

The classic car cruise-in is Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. on two blocks of Conococheague Street, between Potomac Avenue and Church Street. Classic cars should plan to enter from either end of Salisbury Street.

The band A.P.F. will make its first appearance in this area.

A donation of $3 is requested. Rain date is Aug. 10.

For more information, call Jimmy Black at 301-573-1501.

4-Star celebrates the Olympics

4-Star Athletic Complex, Milestone Terrace, is celebrating the Olympics on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

It will hold a free Zumbatomic class for children at 10:15 a.m., and free gymnastics classes from 10 to 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon.

There will be a team gymnastics performance at noon.

For more information, contact 4-Star at 301-223-6116.

National Night Out promotes community partnerships with police

National Night Out is Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Everyone is invited for an evening of fun to promote neighborhood spirit and partnerships between the community and police.

The pavilion 3 area of Byron Memorial Park will be filled with emergency vehicles, cruisers, fire marshal’s office with bomb squad robot, D&D Towing and more, plus free food and drink.

Deputy 1st Class Carl Witmer has planned some special features, including two monster trucks, three motocross shows by Mike Vatters Jr., Old Line Tattoo with stick-ons for children, visits from the Md. State Police helicopter and Life Net 81 helicopter, Ammons pulling team with the Redlined Harvester and pictures with the Reptile Crib’s 15-foot snake.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office’s drug- return program will be on-site to receive unused and/or expired medicine. Down on the Farm Petting Zoo will also be there, and the pool will be open with dunk-a-cop for free.

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If you have news of events, activities or announcements for Williamsport and the surrounding area, contact Paula Green Shupp at 301-302-3878 or email We will share it in this column.

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