Calvert County Farm Tour
Visit historic White Cliff Farm, a working farm since the 1700s on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Prince Frederick, as part of the annual Calvert County Farm Tour. White Cliff has been in owner Wilson Freeland's family since the early 1930s. The farm has one of the largest collections of historic barns and outbuildings in the county. Fossils, as well as Colonial and Native American artifacts, are still found on the property. The tour includes wagon and tractor rides, farm animals, produce sales, entertainment, agriculture exhibits, door prizes and refreshments. The farm tour is coordinated by the Calvert County Department of Economic Development and the Calvert County Agriculture Commission to demonstrate traditional farming life and practices and to give people a chance to meet and talk with farmers. Visitors must park at Calvert Elementary School at 1450 East Dares Beach Rd. in Prince Frederick, where county shuttle buses will provide transportation to White Cliff Farm. For more information or to receive a brochure online, visit www.calvertag.com. 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free admission. 410-535-4583, 800-331-9771, 301-855-1880, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.ecalvert.com.
The Fabulous Hubcaps
This 30th anniversary concert of the oldies show band is a benefit for TRICO Corp. outpatient mental health clinics in Charles and St. Mary's counties as well as for clients served in Calvert County and at Melwood. Tickets are available at the Hollywood clinic at 24930 Three Notch Rd. in Hollywood; the Waldorf clinic at 22A Industrial Park Dr. in Waldorf; or at the door. The fundraiser concert and dance will start at 8 p.m. and end at 11:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department, 24801 Three Notch Rd., Hollywood. $25. 301-862-4961 or www.tricocorp.org.
Children's Fun Day
Bethel Way of the Cross Church holds its annual day of fun and safety education Saturday for children and parents. Activities include face painting, pony rides, games, inflatable climb-on attractions, rides, crafts, drawings, a moon bounce and food. Exhibitors will include the Maryland State Police, American Red Cross, Calvert Memorial Hospital, D.A.R.E., and other safety-oriented organizations and programs. A $6 donation per child covers most attractions and activities. Financial donations also will be collected to prepare and send care packages to U.S. troops serving overseas. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Bethel Way of the Cross Church, 5445 Cherry Hill Rd., Huntingtown. 410-326-9083.