This Week in The Pines: Aug. 6

Plan Big to Play Big in Ocean Pines, Maryland: Ocean Pines’ inaugural National Night Out will offer free entertainment such as two bounce houses, magic shows by Wild Willy Woo Woo (and his animal friends), juggling by Guinness World Record-certified Cascading Carlos, face painting, bike and car seat safety demonstrations from the Ocean Pines Police Department, a dunk tank (“Dunk the Police Chief”), music and live broadcast provided by Power 101.7 FM, and a display of marked police and Maryland State Highway Administration vehicles. Kids will be able to sit inside a police vehicle.

EVENT ATTRACTIONS:
o Ocean Pines Police Department, will showcase marked vehicles, safety demonstrations and much more
o Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, will showcase a police motorcycle
o Maryland State Police, will showcase a marked vehicle
o Ocean Pines Volunteer Fire Department, will showcase its fire engine
o Maryland State Highway Administration, will showcase its heavy duty work trucks
o Maryland Department of the Environment, will safely collect unused or expired medications so that they may be disposed of safely and without harm to the environment
o Free Bike Raffle, a children’s bike will be raffled off during the bike safety demonstration at the event.

The Ocean Pines 50th Anniversary Committee continues to ferment enthusiasm by hosting a cocktail party. The party, sponsored by Atlantic General Hospital and Embrace Homes Loans, will take place at 100 Clubhouse Drive on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 4-7 p.m.

Take your workout to the pool. Try our Hydrorider class for a different workout! Hydroriders are user-friendly, in-water cycling bikes that are perfect for any skill level. Buoyancy provides support for joints & is wonderful for people with arthritis. Then give Creaky Joints a try; this minimum-impact class focuses on working all joints of the body to improve balance and flexibility. It is particularly suited for individuals with arthritis or muscular disorders. This minimum-impact class focuses on working all the joints of the body to improve balance and flexibility. It is particularly suited for individuals with arthritis or muscular disorders.

Read more about the happenings in and around our community, view This Week in The Pines: Aug. 6.

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