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Family: Events, Activities

July 29, 2004|By Jeffrey Dieter

Board games

Are you a board-game buff? Enjoy sinking battleships and taking over cowering countries with your skill and cunning? The 2004 World Boardgaming Championship at the Hunt Valley Marriott Inn today through Tuesday might be food for your competitive soul. Get in on the action by becoming a member of the Boardgame Players Association or just watch from the sidelines as things heat up. Visitors can also participate in an auction, buy cool gaming stuff and more.

The Hunt Valley Marriott Inn is at 245 Shawan Road. For World Boardgaming Championships events, times and fees, visit www.board gamers.org or call 410-893-0380.

Children's tunes

Let the good times roll and the kids let loose while singer/songwriter Laurie Berkner strums out children's tunes on her acoustic guitar Saturday at Baker Park Bandshell in Frederick. Husband Brian Mueller will be on bass with Susie Lampert tickling the keyboard. Refreshments and merchandise will be for sale.

Concert begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at Baker Park Bandshell, 121 N. Bentz St., Frederick. Call 301-228-2844 or visit www.summerfest family.com.

Trains and stuff

Get your caboose in gear and choo-choo cha-choo down to the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium this weekend for Greenberg's Train, Toy and Hobby Show, a two-day exhibition devoted to model and toy trains, collectible toys and other hobbies. You'll find train layouts, demonstrations and seminars on layouts, and you can shop for scenery supplies, train accessories and train parts. Kids, or rather, "young conductors," can find everything they need to get their first train sets rolling.

Greenberg's Train, Toy and Hobby Show runs 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, 2200 York Road, Timonium. Adult admission $7 (good for both days); children ages 11 and under are free. For more information, visit www.greenbergshows.com

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