Kevin Earl Dayhoff Art One-half Banana Stems

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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Westminster parking officer sees benefit in Main Street meters - Carroll County Times: Local

Westminster parking officer sees benefit in Main Street meters - Carroll County Times: Local

Hard working fair office worker plugs away at the Carroll Co Fair Sun Jy 31 2011

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Team Fitting and Showing competition Sat Jy 31 at the Carroll Co Fair

Carroll Co 4H Fair Shipley Arena Sat July 31 2011 Come on out to the Fair

Mr.Moose Sunday morning July 31 2011

Friday, July 29, 2011

Off Track Art is hosting an artist reception featuring guest artist Katherine Schofield


Off Track Art is hosting an artist reception featuring guest artist Katherine Schofield

Where: Off Track Art, 11 Liberty Street, Westminster, MD 21157
Date: July 29, 2011 Time: 5:30pm–7:30pm
Off Track Art is hosting an artist reception featuring guest artist Katherine Schofield whose art will be on display through the end of August.

Kevin Dayhoff, a partner in Off Track Art, a Carroll County arts’ cooperative, is also currently displaying collage and drawings at Laurie and Thomas Precht’s “Room For Friends,” located at in the historic “Liberty Building – old Farmers’ Fertilizer and Feed Company building, at 11 Liberty Street, opposite Johansson’s O’Lordans Irish Pub and Restaurant located in the storied “Stone Building” in Westminster, just above the Off Track Art Studio.

The display began on May 2, 2011 and is presently scheduled to continue into the late summer.

Room for Friends is a face-to-face social network. Hosts Laurie and Thomas Precht have created a home-like environment with a comfortable living room and workroom which can be rented for small parties and events.  They also offer workshops with guest instructors.

For more information, lease visit their web site at www.roomforfriends.com or www.facebook.com/roomforfriendswestminster or call 443-474-8514.




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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Thich Nhat Hanh in Washington, DC, October 27, 2011


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Thich Nhat Hanh—Living Mindfully, Living Peacefully

October 25, 2011
Warner Theatre
Washington, DC

Spend an evening with Thich Nhat Hanh, peace activist, poet, human rights advocate, and one of the most respected and recognized Zen masters in the world. In this inspiring talk and practice, you learn to see that if you are in the here and now, there are more than enough reasons to be happy. Even if there are things in the present that you dislike, there are still plenty of positive conditions for your happiness. For example, if you are walking in the garden and notice a tree is dying, you may feel so badly about that tree that you are unable to enjoy the rest of the beautiful garden. Will you allow one dying tree to destroy your appreciation of all other trees that are still alive, vigorous, and beautiful? Together we learn how to look again, see that the garden is indeed beautiful, and recognize that by living mindfully we can also live peacefully.
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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Looking for Rainbows: Clearview-Tal & Acacia

Looking for Rainbows: Clearview-Tal & Acacia: "Hey Loves! The time has actually come for me to leave for South Africa. I can’t believe it! I will be leaving Monday (my plane leaves at 5..."

Saturday, July 09, 2011



Hey Loves!

The time has actually come for me to leave for South Africa. I can’t believe it! I will be leaving Monday (my plane leaves at 5:30pm) and landing in the Johannesburg airport at 5:40pm Tuesday, then catching a connecting flight to Port Elizabeth and traveling another hour and a half to get to Grahamstown, where I will be living. I thought that Jon Kentner and I would be waving to each other in the Johannesburg airport as he leaves to go home, but he has extended his trip by two days, so I can focus on making my connection. My travel time (with the 7 hour time difference) should work out to be just under 24 hours—hopefully—and I would like to keep it that way... 


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Mediterraneo Ristorante Italiano by Kevin Dayhoff July 10, 2011



Mediterraneo by Kevin Dayhoff July 10, 2011


My family went to Mediterraneo Ristorante Italiano, 8 Westminster Shopping Center, Westminster, MD, 410-857-4646, for dinner Saturday evening and had a wonderful dinner.  Our server was friendly and fun and we had a great meal.

I had the cream of potato soup and the manicotti Mediterraneo.  The rest of my family had the eggplant parmigiana and veal piccata.  


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Explore Carroll: South Carroll Fine Arts League hosts art exhibition

Explore Carroll: South Carroll Fine Arts League hosts art exhibition


... by 10 local artists Mary Decker; Sam Gunby; J.C. Coleman; Barbara Taccino; Wayne McWilliams; Gale Ratley; Frank Torockio; Lucille Kerns; Darlene Jones; and Kevin Dayhoff (who also writes for The Eagle)....

SYKESVILLE — The South Carroll Fine Arts League is continuing its current art exhibition at the Fairhaven retirement community in Sykesville through July 15...Mary Decker Linda Van Hart Melinda Byrd Susan Williamson Also see:http://kevindayhoffart.blogspo​t.com/2011/07/south-carroll-fi​ne-arts-league-at.html
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The South Carroll Fine Arts League art exhibition at Fairhaven in Sykesville continues through July 15.

The show which debuted June 1 includes artwork in original oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, photography, and framed prints by 10 talented local artists: Mary Decker, Sam Gunby, J.C. Coleman, Barbara Taccino, Wayne McWilliams, Gale Ratley, Frank Torockio, Lucille Kerns, Darlene Jones, and Kevin Dayhoff.

The show is open to the public and all the art is available for sale. 

Art is displayed in the main hall accessible through the main entrance.  Visitors are asked to come between 10 AM and 9 PM.

Fairhaven is located at 7200 Third Avenue, Sykesville, Maryland 21784-5201.  For more information call 410.795.8801 or go Fairhaven’s website at http://www.fairhavenccrc.org/.

“Please come and enjoy this stunning array of art,” said Decker, who helped curate and organize the show. 

“Be transported a winter's day in Westminster or to twilight in a local field, or perhaps to an exotic locale.  Smile at the antics of animals or radiated in the beauty of a flower.  All of this is possible when viewing the works of these fine artists.  Come close and go far away.”

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7200 Third Avenue, Sykesville, Maryland 21784-5201 http://www.fairhavenccrc.org/

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Sykesville, Carroll County, art, artists, Fairhaven, continuing care, Mary Decker, Sam Gunby, J.C. Coleman, Barbara Taccino, Wayne McWilliams, Gale Ratley, Frank Torockio, Lucille Kerns, Darlene Jones, Kevin Dayhoff.

List of works by Kevin Dayhoff:



“Cornfield Winter Sunfall” digitally enhanced giclee printed photograph $235.00.  21.5” high x 17.5” wide framed.



“Autumn in Carroll” giclee printed photograph $235.00.  22” wide x 18” high framed.



“Covered bridge at Valley Forge” giclee printed photograph $235.00.  22.5” wide x 18.5” high framed.



“The Magic Tree Sunset” giclee printed photograph $235.00.  21” wide x 17” high framed.



“Main Street Rain” giclee printed photograph $235.00.  21.75” wide x 17.75” high framed.

Kevin Dayhoff, P.O.Box 1245, Westminster, Maryland, 21158, www.kevindayhoff.com

The South Carroll Fine Arts League at Fairhaven in Sykesville MD [20110701 SCFAL at Fairhaven]  http://www.scribd.com/doc/59270442/The-South-Carroll-Fine-Arts-League-at-Fairhaven-in-Sykesville-MD

The South Carroll Fine Arts League at Fairhaven in Sykesville MD 


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Tuesday, July 05, 2011

The Beatles in the Philippines - Live in Manila Concert (1966)



The Morton report: This Day in Music, July 4 1966: The Beatles Need Help!

In the 30 days of June, the four members of The Beatles had spent nine days at Abbey Road studios recording new songs, played five concerts, attended a nightclub opening, recorded radio interviews, rehearsed new songs at George Harrison’s house, released a new single “Paperback Writer”, made their last ever ‘live’ TV appearance, and spent a few days at 32,000 feet flying between the UK, Germany, and Japan.

June of 1966 had been like any other month for the most famous group in the world - busy...


However, the following day, the news of The Beatles’ alleged ‘no show’ was broadcast on Philippine television and radio presented by the Marcos-dominated media as a deliberate snub. When Brian Epstein tried to make a televised statement his comments were disrupted by static.

Their police protection having suddenly disappeared, the group and their small entourage had to make their way to the Manila airport on their own....

The Morton report: This Day in Music, July 4, 1966: The Beatles Need Help!



The Morton report: This Day in Music, July 4: The Beatles Need Help!


This Day in Music, July 4: The Beatles Need Help!

 

In the 30 days of June, the four members of The Beatles had spent nine days at Abbey Road studios recording new songs, played five concerts, attended a nightclub opening, recorded radio interviews, rehearsed new songs at George Harrison’s house, released a new single “Paperback Writer”, made their last ever ‘live’ TV appearance, and spent a few days at 32,000 feet flying between the UK, Germany, and Japan.
June of 1966 had been like any other month for the most famous group in the world - busy...   

However, the following day, the news of The Beatles’ alleged ‘no show’ was broadcast on Philippine television and radio presented by the Marcos-dominated media as a deliberate snub. When Brian Epstein tried to make a televised statement his comments were disrupted by static.
Their police protection having suddenly disappeared, the group and their small entourage had to make their way to the Manila airport on their own....  

The Morton report: This Day in Music, July 4: The Beatles Need Help!


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Monday, July 04, 2011

Explore Carroll: DAYHOFF: Fourth of July, circa 1925, presented a who's who of local business

Explore Carroll: DAYHOFF: Fourth of July, circa 1925, presented a who's who of local business

@ExploreCarroll #July4 in 1925, presented who's who #History local business #WestminsterMD #Carroll #Maryland http://tinyurl.com/3lj3s7w

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On July 3, 1925, the now out-of-print American Sentinel reported the Fourth of July was celebrated with baseball, a carnival hosted by the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Company No. 1, a parade, a dance and a community dinner.

“Saturday, July 4th, will be observed by the citizens and business men of this city by a complete suspension of business,” the paper reported. “Public offices, banks, mercantile houses, barbershops and newspaper offices will be closed and remain so until Monday morning July 6th.”

The baseball game took place “on the old field at Western Maryland College.” ... http://www.explorecarroll.com/community/5520/fourth-july-circa-1925-presented-whos-who-local-business/