Rodney Martin, retired planetarium educator, will present “The Christmas Star” at Discovery Station on Saturday at 2 p.m. as part of its Saturday Plus program.
There is no charge for the Saturday Plus presentation. There is an admission charge for the full museum tour of two floors of hands-on exhibits.
Discovery Station is at 101 W. Washington St. in Hagerstown.
For more information, call 301-790-0076 or go to www.discoverystation.org.
On Tuesday, Chris Dellinger of Mountain View Solar will talk about home solar panels and legislative incentives for homeowners who use them.
Night of Lights set for Saturday
On Saturday, the Locust Point Neighborhoods 1st group will light 400 luminarias at the gateway to the neighborhood in front of the Locust Point Market as a holiday greeting to neighbors and friends.
The group will begin lighting the candles at dusk.
On Tuesday at 7 p.m., the group will meet in the meeting room of Congregation B’Nai Abraham at 53 E. Baltimore St. (rear entrance). The group will be assembling the 400 luminarias for the Night of Lights event on Saturday.
Shredding event raises $378 for animal shelter
A Better Shredder held a benefit for the Humane Society of Washington County on Nov. 17 at the Williamsport Moose Lodge.
Attendees brought up to four boxes of paper to be shredded and were asked to make a donation to the animal shelter. Three tons of paper was shredded during the event and more than $378 was raised for the animals at the shelter.
The event was organized by Clint Rawlings of A Better Shredder.
For more information, call 301-582-5090.
Polar Bear Plunge to benefit shelter