ANYONE INTERESTED in instrumental music would enjoy the North Carroll Regional Band Concert tonight at 7 p.m. at North Carroll High School.
The regional concert, the first since 1994, features instrumentalists at three age levels. The fifth-grade students, from Hampstead, Manchester and Spring Garden Elementary schools, have received two school years of instruction. They will play one program.
The fifth-graders will be followed by the eighth-grade band from North Carroll Middle School, whose members have five years of instruction. Finishing the performance will be the North Carroll High School band.
"The purpose of the regional concert is so the community can see musical development," as years of practice and performance add up, said Karen Rogers, instrumental teacher at Spring Garden Elementary. "For younger students, they see other musical directors, other types of music, a greater band repertoire."
Scout golf tournament
Golfers, take note: Spaces are first-come, first-served for the Boy Scout Troop 380 Golf Tournament at Oakmont Green on April 26.
Wake up to the 7 a.m. shotgun start for 18 holes on the rolling acres of championship fairways and greens located behind the North Carroll Public Library. Tournament players will gather after play at the Club House for an awards luncheon.
During lunch, winners of various contests of golfing skill will be announced and door prizes will be given away.
The per-person fee of $50 (four-player groups are encouraged) includes greens fees, the luncheon and a donation to the Scout troop. If you've golfed at previous tournaments given by Cub Scout Pack 790, which has already sold out of spaces for its May tournament, try for a place in this event. Information: Mike Hoover, 358-4100 or 239-6688.
Spring crafts show
Crafts with themes of gardening, Easter and warmer months ahead will be the highlight of the annual craft show sponsored by the Hampstead Fire Department's auxiliary on March 30 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. As many as 50 vendors will display their work in the fire hall, at 1341 N. Main St.Admission is free, with homemade refreshments available.
"This show has wood products, handmade baskets or vine wreaths, flower arrangements, stuffed bunnies, and usually handmade dolls, door stops, jewelry and so forth." said Treasa Markle, show coordinator.
Vendor spaces are $20.
The Fields Homeowners Association will meet at 7 p.m. tonight at Spring Garden Elementary.
Information: Mary Landon, 239-1977.
Pub Date: 3/20/96