Cable In The Classroom
Antietam Cable Television is pleased to offer Cable In The Classroom to schools in Washington County, MD.
Here's how it works. Antietam Cable Television provides FREE cable hook-ups and FREE monthly service to the schools in Washington County, Maryland. The national cable networks, such as CNN, Discovery, The Learning Channel, Nickelodeon, Arts and Entertainment, and many more, provide educational, interesting programming for teachers to use in their classrooms. All programming is commercial-free and copyright cleared, so schools can videotape the shows and begin to build their own video libraries for use in years to come. The shows cover a wide range of topics, including: science, math, biographies, the arts, history, and news from all over the world! Many of the programs are reformatted into modules that are easier to use in a classroom setting. CNN's Newsroom/World View program is produced especially for Cable in the Classroom! Teachers may use the programming any way they choose - there are no viewing requirements. And Cable in the Classroom provides curriculum-related support materials and helps expand and improve teacher resources.
It's a great way for Antietam Cable, parents, and education professionals to act as partners to harness the power of television as a positive force in our children's education. To learn more about the Cable in the Classroom public service project, visit www.ciconline.com.
Western Maryland Blues Fest
Since the beginning of the Western MD Blues Fest in 1996, Antietam Cable Television has continued to be one of the top sponsors.
The Western Maryland Blues Fest is an annual community celebration, and is one of the largest musical festivals on the East Coast! Held in historic downtown Hagerstown, Maryland, the Western Maryland Blues Fest appeals to blues aficionados, music lovers in general, and to families looking for a fun-filled weekend. Festival crowds typically swell with a wonderful mix of people of all ages and backgrounds. There is literally something for everyone! Rain or shine, the Western Maryland Blues Fest is held in Hagerstown on the first weekend following the federal observance of Memorial Day.
Maryland Symphony Orchestra
Antietam Cable Television is a proud supporter of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra's annual MasterWorks concert series, and the free Independence Day concert at Antietam National Battlefield. Since its founding in 1982, the Orchestra's annual audience has grown from 4,500 to 70,000.
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra is widely recognized as a leading cultural asset to our area. The mission of the Symphony is to "provide musical performances and programs that educate and entertain while enhancing the cultural environment of Western Maryland and the surrounding region."
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra consistently includes a broad range of compositions reaching beyond standard repertoire. The Orchestra has performed world premieres of five compositions, two of which were commissioned.
Augustoberfest is a two-day celebration commemorating Hagerstown's German heritage and affiliation with Sister City, Wesel, Germany.
Augustoberfest Weekend focuses on family-oriented activities including scrumptious German cuisine and traditional beverages, professional live entertainment, plus enjoyable programs for both children and adults. Combining the tradition of fall Oktoberfest with the summer fun of August, this widely known event has become one of the largest German festivals in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Each year, Antietam Cable TV teams with American Movie Classics Monsterfest to help support the City of Hagerstown's Harvest Hoedown. The event is free for children 12 & under, and features games, goodies, contests, prizes and fun!
Harvest Hoedown is held on a Saturday in October at Fairgrounds Park in Hagerstown, MD. For more information, visit the City of Hagerstown's calendar of events at www.hagerstownmd.org.
Antietam Cable Television joins the City of Hagerstown in welcoming the holiday season each year with an event that is free and open to the public.
HollyFest occurs annually on an evening in late November in the historic Maryland Theater, and features performances by jazz bands, bell ringers, choral groups, dance troupes, comic skits, and magicians from local high school and civic organizations. It has been rumored that Santa himself has dropped by from time to time.
For more information, visit the City of Hagerstown's calendar of events at www.hagerstownmd.org.