Ballet and All That Jazz dancers will perform Saturday at 2 p.m. at The Maryland Theatre, 21. S. Potomac St., Hagerstown.
Tickets cost $5 each and can be purchased through The Maryland Theatre box office or by calling 301-790-2000.
For more information, call Carolyn Brooks at 301-739-3290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Saturday and Sunday, Just Lookin’ Gallery, 40 Summit Ave., will host a reception from 1 to 6 p.m. each day titled “Women’s Wisdom, A Visual Symphony in Three Acts,” which brings together a dozen Black American and Caribbean female artists ranging in age from 35 to 71, all bringing a feminine perspective to their art.
Refreshments will be served with a chance for a door prize.
The trustees board of Ebenezer AME Church will hold a car wash Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. at Advance Auto Parts on Dual Highway (across from McDonald’s).
They will accept donations.
Zion Baptist Church, 61 W. Bethel St., will hold a spring revival from Wednesday, May 25 to Friday, May 27. The revival will be at 7 p.m. nightly, with the Rev. Ronnie B. Tucker leading the way.
For more information, call the church office at 301-739-5616.
No smoking event
The World No Tobacco Day Smoke Free Community Night, sponsored by Minority Outreach and Technical Assistance, will be Wednesday, May 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the gym at Martin Luther King Center, 131 W. North Ave., Hagerstown.
In addition to live music, entertainment, giveaways and prize drawings, free food will be available.
For more information, call Marquita Davis at 301-790-0203 or email email@example.com.
The Pharaoh Program, a partnership between Memorial Recreation Center and the Washington County Health Department to reach men of color, begins Monday, May 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Memorial Recreation Center on North Street in Hagerstown.
The five-week program will discuss ethnic and gender pride and use of power in one’s personal and social life. The program fosters self-determination from a group perspective, and strives for people of African descent to be liberated though empowerment and independent decision-making.
For more information, call 240-313-2159.
A ceremony in tribute to Cpl. William Othello Wilson, the city’s only recipient of the Medal of Honor and the last U.S. citizen to earn one on American soil, will be held Saturday, May 28, at 3 p.m. at the Medal of Honor Triangle at the intersection of Jonathan Street, Pennsylvania Avenue, Charles Street and Forest Drive in Hagerstown.
The Baltimore Chapter of the 9th and 10th Buffalo Soldiers (Horse) Cavalry Association will present a cavalry-themed ceremony in honor of all fallen soldiers and veterans who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.
Retired Army Maj. Gen. Jerry Curry, who rose through the ranks from private to general, will deliver the keynote address, and Hagers-town Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II will provide opening remarks.
The Vision Quest National Museum, in a trailer, will be parked at the event and will be open throughout the day to allow visitors to view its artifacts and documents from the Civil War through World War II.
The exhibit also includes the actual Medal of Honor earned by Wilson for his heroic service at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
This event is sponsored by Neighborhoods First of the Jonathan Street community.
The city of Hagerstown and Hagerstown Police Department endorse the project.
The Redmen Club of Hagerstown has donated a permanent flagpole with attached solar electric lighting permitting 24-hour display of the Stars and Stripes at the Medal of Honor Triangle on Jonathan Street.