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Hi, Common Ground Family

Please join us Saturday, May 15 at 8:00 P.M. for the Berea College Folk-Roots Ensemble spring concert, “Separate, Together.”

This event will feature video-recorded performances in a variety of musical styles done over the past year, in large and small group configurations. We will also fare well our seniors with the traditional "Parting Glass."

While we had to meet virtually this year, we are grateful that technology allowed us to be separate, but together. Our students were able to take advantage of the situation and develop their video and audio recording and editing skills. The result is a wonderful final video of shared music-making.

The Berea College Folk-Roots Ensemble takes Appalachian music in all its forms as its starting point and then branches into other forms of roots, folk, and traditional music from there. Genres studied and individual pieces are chosen by the students. Arrangements are done as a group.

Tune in and enjoy the work this fine group has done!

https://berea.zoom.us/j/91526626346
Meeting ID: 915 2662 6346
Happy Birthday Charles Mingus!!
April greetings friends...my monthly concert hours happens this Thursday, and we'll honor the Earth (and other things) on this night. The evening is jointly sponsored by the Anacortes and Mount Vernon Centers for Spiritual Living, both vibrant communities in my former home of Washington State.
The first Earth Day was in 1970, so here we are a half-century later and still in need of reminder to be better stewards of our only planet.
Years ago when I lived in Seattle I became friends with a man named Mark Dubois. Mark began as an environmental activist, initially focusing on saving rivers and has worked to mobilize and engage citizens globally for a more sustainable future. In 1972 he co-founded Environmental Traveling Companions to offer environmental education and Outward Bound-type trips to disabled persons and disadvantaged youth. In 1973 he co-founded Friends of the River to fight the flooding of the Stanislaus River and canyon by the New Melones Dam. He reached national fame when he chained himself to a rock on the banks of the river to prevent the flooding of the river. He also co-founded International Rivers in 1984, and served as the International Coordinator of Earth Day 1990 and 2000.
Mark heard a song I wrote in 1981 ~ Earth ~ and asked my permission to use it as a theme song for his International Earth Day activities. I also got to sing this at the 40th Anniversary of the United Nations in New York City in 1985.
Tune in a little early to hear the 1988 recording from my first cassette 🙂 and stick around to hear other earth-friendly pieces like "I Do Not Need a Bag", "Pearl Diver", "I Stand for Love", maybe even a couple of new ones in progress - "Silver Lining" and "Crazy Old World"...after party on Zoom!
Info on access is in the flyer. May every day be Earth Day.
Great class line-up this year!!
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY to our CGOTH friends. Lois & Ehukai
The next Music Arts and Culture Tour that Tara will lead to Nepal is scheduled for a start date of November 5. I can send detailed itineraries and prices to anyone who is interested and contacts her. Check out the website for details, FAQ, testimonials, etc. (www.MusicArtsAdventures.com) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Agh21F6g8g&t=12s
Yes indeed, it is almost time for BALLAD NIGHT at Berea College!
Friday, March 12, 7:30 P.M., virtual, free, and open to the public at https://berea.zoom.us/j/98850372341

Come sing an old ballad or just listen!

Presented by the Berea College Folk-Roots Ensemble, who opened for Guy Davis and Tom Paxton at the Common Ground Concert Series a few years back.
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Don't know where to start?

A great site for Southern Appalachian, especially Kentucky, ballads is the Berea College Sound Archive, here: https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/browse?search=&advanced%5B0%5D%5Bjoiner%5D=and&advanced%5B0%5D%5Belement_id%5D=49&advanced%5B0%5D%5Btype%5D=contains&advanced%5B0%5D%5Bterms%5D=ballads&range=&collection=&type=&tags=&featured=&exhibit=&geolocation-address=&geolocation-latitude=&geolocation-longitude=&geolocation-radius=10&submit_search=Search+for+items&page=1

For their earlier British Isle counterparts, here for Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0F6881FC05A4D0FA...

For African-American ballads, here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist...
Our dear friend Andy needs some help...
Hi all. The deadline for the 2021 Hazel Dickens Song Contest is January 5! Cash prizes. Enter today!

I thought I'd share this with you all. This is a new recent project I did with a Slovak multi instrumentalist working in France, Jan Demencik. In this video he plays the Slovak instrument Fujara, which has been taught by Bob Rychlik at CGOTH for the last several years. We combined Jan's music with my photographs and this video emerged. I hope you enjoy it!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNFJJ6-0Pjk&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR37-pGJ_tsr6L6OPfqhBZ7V8MN4UahrQ71WD67SAm0UohBUdHuZ6BW7IUQ
I wanted to let you all know about the 47th annual Celebration of Traditional Music at Berea College, this Thursday through Sunday, online!

We will be having a series of concerts, all broadcast at http://berea.edu/iss/live

Thursday night will feature banjo player Jake Blount. Friday and Saturday artists include the legendary Alice Gerrard and Kay Justice, blues icon Guy Davis, Sheila Arnold, East Kentucky banjo player Kevin Howard, and Clifftop winners The Big Possum String Band!. And we have a special last-minute guest appearance from Bob Lucas!

Sunday afternoon will feature the first ever Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music Ensembles showcase, featuring Berea College's diverse array of traditional music ensembles (and inspired by Blaise Boler's intern experiences at Common Ground on the HIll! Blaise will be talking about that Sunday.) Mariachi, black gosepel, bluegrass, Appalachian, African percussion - we have it all!

Join us!

Thursday 7:00 P.M.
Friday 8:00 P.M.
Saturday 8:00 P.M.
Sunday 3:00 P.M.
If you are/were in any of the Traditions weeks, you are welcome to sing all this week in my World Music Community Choir tonight, 6:45-7:45 PM. Zoom link was included in your welcome packets. Come sing songs from around the corner and around the world...all taught by rote, in easy call and response! We will sing, laugh, move, groove and have a blast!

Bringing diverse people together to seek common ground through roots-based music & arts since 1994. Common Ground on the Hill was founded on the premise that there is a common human thread unifying all people expressed in our various artistic traditions.

Common Ground on the Hill is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. This is our official FB page.

Operating as usual

Evening Events 06/30/2021

Evening Events

Tuesday Evening Concert about to start - join us on YouTube! We promise - it's magic! Featuring Mr. Dave Thomen - D's Magic Jesse Palidofsky Chris James Randy J. Mayer Jim Marks aka Tim Scully Philip Spiess Shadow Barr and Charles Collyer & Pamela Zappardino

Evening Events

Evening Events 06/29/2021

Evening Events

Starting shortly: Keynote lecture with AnaCe Velasquez and Patricia Rodriguez on a Bolivia through its Arts & Crafts! https://youtu.be/ygVzczXyH08

Evening Events

Gallery Talks 06/28/2021

Gallery Talks

Gallery Talks are on now!

Gallery Talks

06/28/2021

Join us TONIGHT at 8 PM ET for the Keynote Lecture "Journey to Bolivia Through its Arts and Crafts" with AnaCe Velasquez and Patricia Rodriguez. Streaming on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/commongroundonthehillofficial

AnaCe Velasquez and Patricia Rodriguez will take you on a journey to Bolivia while visiting the marvelous places where their traditional crafts came from. From the Andes to the Amazon, they will explore traditional crafts while understanding what they represent for the sustainability of their communities in their current context. Hear first-hand from the artisans and experience Bolivia through its soul and essence.

AnaCe Velasquez is well known to the Common Ground on the Hill community, as an instructor, staff person, and Board member for many years. After living in the United States, AnaCe returned to her native Bolivia, where she worked in sustainable development projects and later became Country Director of MSI Bolivia, an NGO that works for women's holistic health. Patricia Rodriguez is the owner of Walisuma, a Bolivian company that seeks to strengthen appreciation for Bolivian arts and crafts by engaging directly with the artisans and promoting fair trade relationships.

Join us TONIGHT at 8 PM ET for the Keynote Lecture "Journey to Bolivia Through its Arts and Crafts" with AnaCe Velasquez and Patricia Rodriguez. Streaming on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/commongroundonthehillofficial

AnaCe Velasquez and Patricia Rodriguez will take you on a journey to Bolivia while visiting the marvelous places where their traditional crafts came from. From the Andes to the Amazon, they will explore traditional crafts while understanding what they represent for the sustainability of their communities in their current context. Hear first-hand from the artisans and experience Bolivia through its soul and essence.

AnaCe Velasquez is well known to the Common Ground on the Hill community, as an instructor, staff person, and Board member for many years. After living in the United States, AnaCe returned to her native Bolivia, where she worked in sustainable development projects and later became Country Director of MSI Bolivia, an NGO that works for women's holistic health. Patricia Rodriguez is the owner of Walisuma, a Bolivian company that seeks to strengthen appreciation for Bolivian arts and crafts by engaging directly with the artisans and promoting fair trade relationships.

06/28/2021

Traditions Weeks begin TODAY! While we aren't meeting in person, there are still plenty of opportunities to join us for classes, Gallery Talks, Keynote lectures, and Evening Concerts! More info at https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

Traditions Weeks begin TODAY! While we aren't meeting in person, there are still plenty of opportunities to join us for classes, Gallery Talks, Keynote lectures, and Evening Concerts! More info at https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

We Need to Treat Artists as Workers, Not Decorations 06/27/2021

We Need to Treat Artists as Workers, Not Decorations

An article for discussion

We Need to Treat Artists as Workers, Not Decorations Art and money: the great taboo. Art, we’ve been taught to believe, has nothing to do with money, must have nothing to do with money, is defiled by contact with money, is degraded by the very …

06/24/2021

Footworks' Director Marsha Searle pays tribute to Founding Director Eileen Carson Schatz, "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss."

If you are looking for a little foot-tapping fun this summer, sign up for classes with Marsha Searle of Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble in Traditions Week 1 or Linda Block of the Green Grass Cloggers in Traditions Week 3! A 5-day workshop is only $100! More info at https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

06/24/2021

Footworks' Musical Director Mark Schatz will be teaching Old-Time Banjo at Common Ground On The Hill Traditions Week 1 this year, June 28-July 2nd. Take a banjo or a Bass class with two-time International Bluegrass Music Association’s Bass Player of the Year Mark Schatz, one of the preeminent banjo players of our time! Click for more info and to register: https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/instructors/schatz-mark

Footworks' Musical Director Mark Schatz will be teaching Old-Time Banjo at Common Ground On The Hill Traditions Week 1 this year, June 28-July 2nd. Take a banjo class with two-time International Bluegrass Music Association’s Bass Player of the Year Mark Schatz, one of the preeminent banjo players of our time! Click for more info and to register: https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/classes/old-time-banjo-schatz

Though still virtual, Common Ground on the Hill ‘Tradition Weeks’ offers opportunities to learn of other cultures 06/24/2021

Though still virtual, Common Ground on the Hill ‘Tradition Weeks’ offers opportunities to learn of other cultures

Many thanks to the Carroll County Times for this article about this year's ALL VIRTUAL Traditions Weeks! If you haven't already, there is STILL time to register for classes!

In case you are confused about how workshops work, each workshop runs for 5 days (Monday - Friday). Most classes span a single 75-minute period, with tuition of $100. Classes that span 2 periods (for instance, most visual arts and hammered dulcimer classes), have tuition of $200. Feel free to select classes among any or all of the weeks - there's so much to explore! Info and registration at https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

Though still virtual, Common Ground on the Hill ‘Tradition Weeks’ offers opportunities to learn of other cultures This year's Common Ground on the Hill’s “Traditions weeks,” which starts Monday, will continue to be online. Organizers didn’t know enough about what this summer would be like in terms of COVID-19 when they were planning the weeks, so they planning it to be virtual, said the event's executiv...

06/23/2021

Che Apalache's Joe Troop Announces Pandemic Project & Solo Debut LP 'Borrowed Time' - American Songwriter

What a wonderful article in American Songwriter about Joe Troop and his upcoming album release! DID YOU KNOW that you can take a class with Joe this summer, from July 5-9? A whole week - 75 minutes a day - with Joe for only $100 - here's the info! https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/classes/backup-banjo

https://americansongwriter.com/che-apalache-joe-troop-announces-pandemic-project-solo-debut-lp-borrowed-time/

Che Apalache's Joe Troop Announces Pandemic Project & Solo Debut LP 'Borrowed Time' - American Songwriter “My greatest source of inspiration is other people’s stories,” Joe Troop tells American Songwriter over the phone from Santa Cruz. He just arrived in California after spending some time down at the US-Mexican border. COVID shut down a year of touring right after his Grammy nomination and sent ...

Traditions Weeks are just around the corner 06/18/2021

Traditions Weeks are just around the corner

We've waited all year, and it's finally just around the corner - Traditions Weeks! Register today to take classes with a spectacular lineup of instructors. With options like these, it's worth sticking around on Zoom just a little while longer!

Traditions Weeks are just around the corner Traditions Weeks are just around the corner

06/18/2021

Don't miss the Amazon Prime Day event on **June 21 - 22**! Amazon Smile will DOUBLE ALL DONATIONS made during this 48 hour event.

You shop and Amazon gives! It's that simple.

All you have to do is
- sign up for Amazon Smile OR sign in using your Amazon Smile account at https://smile.amazon.com/
- choose "The Common Ground Music Harvest Limited" (AKA Common Ground on the Hill) as your favorite charity, if you haven't already.
- shop the deals on Amazon Smile
- Amazon gives 5% of the purchase price to us ** BUT** because Amazon is doubling donations, we would receive 10% of the purchase price from Amazon.

It's an easy way to make a double donation for the price of something you were going to shop for anyway.

Don't miss the Amazon Prime Day event on **June 21 - 22**! Amazon Smile will DOUBLE ALL DONATIONS made during this 48 hour event.

You shop and Amazon gives! It's that simple.

All you have to do is
- sign up for Amazon Smile OR sign in using your Amazon Smile account at https://smile.amazon.com/
- choose "The Common Ground Music Harvest Limited" (AKA Common Ground on the Hill) as your favorite charity, if you haven't already.
- shop the deals on Amazon Smile
- Amazon gives 5% of the purchase price to us ** BUT** because Amazon is doubling donations, we would receive 10% of the purchase price from Amazon.

It's an easy way to make a double donation for the price of something you were going to shop for anyway.

06/17/2021

DID YOU KNOW that the Veterans Initiative is expanding this year? We are proud to introduce a NEW workshop, Women in the Military, led by Veterans Initiative participant Holly Rowan. Combine this class with the Veterans Initiative workshop led by Josh Hisle, Daniel Collins and Tim Scully, to gain a deeper understanding of the issues facing those who have served or are serving in the U.S. military. https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

Veterans Initiative scholarships are available - email [email protected] for the application form!
Jim Marks

DID YOU KNOW that the Veterans Initiative is expanding this year? We are proud to introduce a NEW workshop, Women in the Military, led by Veterans Initiative participant Holly Rowan. Combine this class with the Veterans Initiative workshop led by Josh Hisle, Daniel Collins and Tim Scully, to gain a deeper understanding of the issues facing those who have served or are serving in the U.S. military. https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

Veterans Initiative scholarships are available - email [email protected] for the application form!
Jim Marks

Photos from Common Ground on the Hill's post 06/17/2021

Dive in and celebrate the music, culture, food, stories and dance of Appalachia! Pick and choose workshops across any and all of the 3 Traditions Weeks. Info at https://bit.ly/3vtQEiQ

06/16/2021

This could be YOU, volunteering at Traditions Weeks (except you will be sitting comfortably at your computer at home, maybe with a cool lemonade at hand)! These young folks are happy because they are earning a FREE Traditions Week class, and YOU CAN, TOO! Just fill out the handy Volunteer Enrollment form, and start thinking about what class you want to take for FREE! https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/volunteer

This could be YOU, volunteering at Traditions Weeks (except you will be sitting comfortably at your computer at home, maybe with a cool lemonade at hand)! These young folks are happy because they are earning a FREE Traditions Week class, and YOU CAN, TOO! Just fill out the handy Volunteer Enrollment form, and start thinking about what class you want to take for FREE! https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/volunteer

Photos from Common Ground on the Hill's post 06/16/2021

You know you can't get enough Bluegrass & Old-Time music! Take VIRTUAL classes this summer with this amazing teaching roster. 5-day workshop (75-minutes daily, M-F) costs only $100. Take classes during any or all weeks - so many choices! Information and registration at https://bit.ly/3xj4Z2W DC Bluegrass Union Tony Trischka Bruce Molsky Susi Gott Séguret Mark Schatz Music John Kirk Trish Miller Joe Troop Bing Futch Bob Lucas Randy Barrett Bronwyn Keith-Hynes Chris Henry Earl White

06/15/2021

Congratulations to the winners of the Eastman mandolin and the Gold Tone banjo, sisters Emme (L) and Bayla Davis! Many thanks to Tim Finch and Eastman Guitars, sponsors of the mandolin, and to Gold Tone, sponsor of the banjo. We are so pleased that these instruments went to these deserving young people!

Photos from Common Ground on the Hill's post 06/14/2021

Looking to make a Celtic Connection? We've got what you're looking for! Virtual workshops this summer feature a stellar array of Celtic musicians, many of them coming to you directly from Scotland, Ireland and Nova Scotia! Classes available across 3 separate weeks - pick and choose to match your schedule. https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks with Pete Clark Steafan Hannigan The Paul McKenna Band Craobh Rua Brian Connolly Jo Morrison Rachel Hair : Harp Player Karen Ashbrook Saskia Tomkins

Timeline Photos 06/11/2021

Came across this BmoreArt cover page that features the multi-talented Kibibi Ajanku on the cover! DID YOU KNOW that Kibibi is this year's recipient of the Common Ground on the Hill Fine Arts Award for Excellence in the Traditional Arts? Sign up to learn to make Spiritual Totems with Kibibi, or take African Dance or Drumming with Kibibi and Jumoke Ajanku during Traditions Week 2 (July 5-9). You could spend almost an entire day with this fun and inspiring woman! https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/instructors/ajanku-kibibi

Issue 09: Craft is here !!!! Subscribers should start receiving their copies today and over the weekend. Your support and patience is so appreciated - our subscription service is new and we are still getting the hang of it!

We are so thrilled to feature the formidable and multi-talented Kibibi Ajanku on Issue 09's cover, with photo by Phylicia Ghee and text by Angela N. Carroll. The new issue uses our updated logo designed by Amanda Buck with graphic design throughout by Tony Venne. There's a peek into the inside cover image too... Indigo Dyed fabric by Ajanku, photo by Phylicia Ghee.

For those who want to sign up for our subscription service - it will now include issues 9 and 10 (out in the fall) and we will start working on additional subscriptions and magazine orders (back orders available in our shop!) next week.

For all contributors and subjects of stories - we will be in touch shortly and schedule a pickup time at our office to get copies into your hands! THANK YOU !!!

Guy Davis 06/11/2021

Guy Davis

Elmore Magazine has a great review of Guy Davis' new album Be Ready When I Call You, including a shout out to the accompaniment by Professor Louie. This is an album you want on your shelf! And while you're at it - sign up for Traditions Weeks classes with Guy, Louie, and a host of other significant musicians. At only $100 for a single period 5-day workshop, it's a bargain! Click the link and go to the Instructor link on the menu bar to search for your favorite instructors: https://www.commongroundonthehill.org/experience/programs-and-workshops/traditions-weeks/what-are-traditions-weeks

Guy Davis The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 is finally getting the exposure it deserves. One of the most sickening and deplorable events ever to take place in America, the true story of a white mob’s violent r…

06/10/2021

Need college credit? Look no further! You can earn credit from McDaniel College when you take music, visual arts, dance, lecture, cooking classes and more at this year's ALL VIRTUAL Traditions Weeks - but you'd better hurry! The deadline to register to earn credit is THURSDAY, June 17!! All the info you need is online at https://bit.ly/3xheKyH #CollegeCredits #funwaytolearn

Need college credit? Look no further! You can earn credit from McDaniel College when you take music, visual arts, dance, lecture, cooking classes and more at this year's ALL VIRTUAL Traditions Weeks - but you'd better hurry! The deadline to register to earn credit is THURSDAY, June 17!! All the info you need is online at https://bit.ly/3xheKyH #CollegeCredits #funwaytolearn

06/10/2021

Welcome to our newest non-profit sponsor, Off Track Art! Off Track Art is a terrific art gallery in the heart of Westminster, MD. Some of your favorite Common Ground on the Hill Visual Arts instructors sell their work through this gallery, and it is a great place to find art for your home and one-of-a-kind gifts. Visit them in person at the SE corner of Main and Liberty/Rt. 27 or online at https://www.offtrackart.com/

Welcome to our newest non-profit sponsor, Off Track Art! Off Track Art is a terrific art gallery in the heart of Westminster, MD. Some of your favorite Common Ground on the Hill Visual Arts instructors sell their work through this gallery, and it is a great place to find art for your home and one-of-a-kind gifts. Visit them in person at the SE corner of Main and Liberty/Rt. 27 or online at https://www.offtrackart.com/

Videos (show all)

Did You Miss a Concert?
Guy Davis in Concert
Dave Thomen's Magic Class 2020
The Kruger Brothers @ Common Ground on the Hill
Latingrass ensemble with Che Apalache
Ukulele orchestra!
Evening concert ran a little late, but now it's time to jam!
Oh heck - one more!
Jam! Bryan Bowers, Vladimir Merta, Ralph Gordon, Walt Michael, Danny Knicely, Robert Austin Caswell

Location

Products

Traditions weeks: two weeks of workshops, classes, dances, art exhibits, and concerts on the beautiful campus of McDaniel College in central Maryland.

Roots Music and Arts Festival: Four-stage festival held on the 80-acre circa 1850's Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster, Maryland, featuring music and dance from genres including blues, bluegrass, Celtic, Native American, Americana, World and more!.

Roots Music Concert Series: Concerts each month from October through April at the Carroll Arts Center in Westminster, Maryland, and Baltimore, Maryland.

Deer Creek Fiddlers Convention in June at the Carroll County Farm Museum.

Telephone

Address


2 College Hill
Westminster, MD
21157

General information

Concert Ticket prices: $25/$22 Deer Creek Fiddlers Convention Tickets: $12/$10; Children 12 and under FREE Traditions Weeks: starting at $200 Common Ground on the Hill Roots Music & Arts Festival: $25 - $30; Children ages 6-12 $10 per day
Other Westminster schools & colleges (show all)
Coffey Music Coffey Music
31 E Main St
Westminster, 21157

One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain. Bob Marley

Tristar Martial Arts- Westminster Tristar Martial Arts- Westminster
130 Airport Drive
Westminster, 21157-4809

Tristar Martial Arts has served the Westminster area for over 2 decades + has been voted WINNER of Carroll’s Best Martial Arts School for over 20 years in a row! We specialize in Kids Martial Arts and Adult Martial Arts.

Westminster United Methodist Church Westminster United Methodist Church
165 E Main St
Westminster, 21157

Rev. Dr. Malcolm Stranathan 10am onsite and online worship. Eff. Sept 5 -- 10:30am Worship (onsite and online) Eff. Sept 12 -- 9am Sunday School & Education (all ages)

Westminster High School Class of 2016 Boosters Westminster High School Class of 2016 Boosters
1225 Washington Rd
Westminster, 21157

Official WHS class of 2016 Boosters page. Please send photos to [email protected]

Appy Time for Learning Appy Time for Learning
255 Clifton Boulevard, Suite 313
Westminster, 21157

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization & we support the academic achievement of elementary school aged students by integrating educational technology.

William Wi******er PTA William Wi******er PTA
70 Monroe Street
Westminster, 21157

Willie PTA is a volunteer organization of parents and teachers who work together to promote the education and well being of all children.

Literacy Council of Carroll County,  MD Literacy Council of Carroll County, MD
255 Clifton Blvd Ste 314
Westminster, 21157

Our tutors are dedicated and trained to work with students in mastering a variety of subjects, from developing their reading and writing skills to taking GED and work readiness courses. We have three classrooms available for sessions.

Robert Moton Elementary School Robert Moton Elementary School
1413 Washington Road
Westminster, 21157

In order to develop independent, successful learners the Robert Moton Elementary community will motivate, communicate, and collaborate to provide a consistent approach to 21st century learning.

Winters Mill Athletic Boosters Winters Mill Athletic Boosters
500 Gorsuch Rd
Westminster, 21157

The Winters Mill High School Athletic Boosters Club provides moral and financial support for the Athletic Department and all Athletic Programs.

Carroll Community College English (ESOL) Classes Carroll Community College English (ESOL) Classes
224 N Center St
Westminster, 21157

We offer English for Speakers of Other Languages. Ofrecemos clases de inglés para personas en los Estados Unidos que quieran aprender inglés.

Winters Mill High School Winters Mill High School
560 Gorsuch Rd
Westminster, 21157

WHS Class of 2018 WHS Class of 2018
1225 Washington Rd
Westminster, 21157

Welcome to the Westminster High School Class of 2018!