baked goods, crafts and a variety of foods
from Amish farmers and others. Beginning
June 4, the first Saturday market each month
also includes flea market items.
artifacts, a unique elaborately-carved historic
slate clock, Maryland-Pennsylvania Railroad
memorabilia, quarrying tools and photographs.
Open from 1-4:30pm Sundays, May 2,
through early fall. During Railroad Month
in June, the schedule changes to
1:30-4:30pm when the Museum features
in this time period at the fairgrounds at
the state line off of Route 165/74, including
antique tractor and 4WD truck pulls and
motorcycle and 4-wheeler drag races.
Visit: www.masondixonfair.com for
dates and events.
Gymanfa Ganu weekend Saturday and
Sunday, May 1 and 2. Saturday evening
features a Noson Lawen, or talent show,
may perform; cost is $20 per person for a
full Italian meal; the Irish pub band, The
Boys from Innisfree, will sing.
mirrors the liturgy of the
Ganu, in which the audience joins in
four-part harmony directed by renowned
conductor Jim Cassarino, is set for 2:30pm
and will include special numbers by Cor
Cymraeg Rehoboth, the church-affiliated
concert choir, and other soloists. Along with
the hundreds of people who love the music
of Wales who are expected to attend the
weekend activities are members of the
will hold their annual meeting as they visit
the community. For information or meal
reservations, call 717-456-7379.
as its 2010 theme "We Celebrate Vintage
Race Cars and Drivers". Nationally-known
auto-racing legend Johnny Mackison Sr., who
drove in 18 NASCAR races, will be on hand
to talk and sign autographs, and 8-12 vintage
race cars will be on display. Organizations and
individuals will sell food and other items;
musical numbers will be performed by the
Welsh-oriented Cor Rehoboth, Irish Boys
demonstrations, historical displays, a silent
auction and a fire company hose obstacle
course are among the countless activities.
The entire event is free of charge, although
those attending are invited to donate cash or
non-perishable food items to
Coulsontown, several miles outside of Delta,
is set for 1-2pm on May 1. View the ongoing
restoration of the dwellings at 28 Green
Road, off of Ridge Road, traveling on a
shuttle from the festival or parking at
the cottage site.
8am-3pm Saturday, June 19. Homeowners,
organizations and others will line Main
Street in Delta, Cardiff and Whiteford to
sell yardsale items, crafts and food. For
information, call Tracey 443-207-1491
or visit www.DCWbiz.org