First Free Friday

5-8 p.m. June 7

Calvert Marine Museum

The museum is open and free to the public. Entertainment provided by the Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition, starting at 6 p.m. in the Harms Gallery. Drum Point Lighthouse and museum store also open.

Leonardtown First Fridays

5-8 p.m. June 7

Leonardtown Square

The public is invited to an evening of live entertainment, demos, receptions, hands-on activities, and seasonal promotions. Galleries, restaurants, cafes, shops, bookstores, etc., open their doors to showcase local artists and/or serve specials at their establishments.

First Time Homebuyers Seminar

10 a.m. to noon June 8

Leonardtown Library

Come learn everything you need to ask yourself before looking for your dream home. Experts will be explaining the multiple programs and grants available for first time Maryland homebuyers and the steps necessary to get your credit ready for the process. Registration required on

Blue and Gray Days at Point Lookout

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 8

Point Lookout State Park

Experience living history events at Civil War sites around Point Lookout State Park, site of a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War. See open camps, period weapons demonstrations and more. Event is free, but there is a fee to enter the park.

2019 Fil-Am Fiesta

3-10 p.m. June 8

Hollywood VFD Social Hall

24801 Three Notch Road

Join us for our annual fiesta in an evening of cultural festivities celebrating Filipino Independence Day. Performances of all ages; ethnic dishes and desserts. Cost is $35 adult or $15 children. Visit or contact

SMTMD Contra Dance

7:30 p.m. June 8

Christ Church Hall, Chaptico

Swing, promenade, and do-si-do to lively jigs, reels and waltzes. Beginners dance workshop starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $10. Ice cream social during intermission. Children under 17 free.

Master Gardener Class

2-3 p.m. June 11

Leonardtown Library

Summertime should be easy, and gardening should be enjoyable. Master Gardeners will help make it that way. They will discuss dealing with nuisance wildlife, good bugs and bad bugs, getting your gardens through dry spells, and winning the battle over weeds. Registration required.

Lawyer in the Library

Noon to 2 p.m. June 12

Lexington Park

The Lawyer in the Library project provides free civil legal services in your community. No appointments necessary. Attendees will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis. Please bring all relevant documents with you.

The Longest Table Tickets on Sale Now

6 p.m. June 21

County Government Center

23145 Leonard Hall Dr., Leonardtown

Join the St. Mary’s County for a community conversation over a family-style meal from Mission BBQ. Tickets are $10 and available for sale through the St. Mary’s County Library website, The event will be held on the front lawn at the St. Mary’s County Government Center. During the meal, participants will discuss how to choose civility in their everyday interactions. In the event of rain, dinner will be held inside the Leonard Hall Recreation Center. Share a meal and conversation with someone you don’t know, exchange stories about life in St. Mary’s County, and discover both common ground and new ideas.

AAO Highway Cleanup

9:30 a.m.June 22

The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen Chapter 22 cordially invites you to attend its quarterly highway 235 clean up. We will meet up just south of Pax River’s Gate 3 at the entrance to the Farmers Market. For more information contact Victor at or 559-572-7701.

Drama Ministry’s Dinner Theater

4 p.m. June 22

First Missionary Baptist Church

You are cordially invited to a presentation of “The Church Meeting” Dinner Theatre, a “hilarious one act stage comedy showing how sometimes the best members become different people when they participate in the regular business meetings of the church.” Adult-only tickets are available for $25 per person. Seating limited. For additional information, contact First Missionary Baptist Church at 301-863-8388.