Events & Activities
View the college calendar for upcoming events, student trips, informative workshops, and important dates and deadlines for current students.
Monday, June 22 – Friday, Aug. 7
Register your child for summer activities with SummerKids@Carroll and Teen College. Weekly classes are available for children ages 4 - 15. The programs offer more than 100 half-day and full-day classes including Carousel of Cookies, Make Your First Video Game, Veterinary CSI, Summer Theater, Lego® Films and Stop Action, Manga Art, Jewelry Making and more. Learn more.
Career Choice Assistance
Monday, Aug. 17, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Learn about important factors to consider when making decisions about a new career including required training, cost verses return, family commitments, interests and aptitudes. Explore credit and non-credit options, and examine which best meets your needs.
Thursday, Sept. 3, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Learn about program requirements, scheduling and financial aid resouces for the following high-demand, non-credit health care training career programs:
- Assisted Living Manager
- Certified Nursing Assistant
- Dental Assistant
- EKG Technician
- Medical Assistant
- Medicine Aide
- Medical Biller
- Medical Coder
- Medical Transcription Editor
- Pharmacy Technician
- Phlebotomy Technician
Register online for the free information session to reserve your seat. Search for Course #: XXZ-12 or 410-386-8100.
Saturday, Sept. 12, 4 and 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 13, 2 p.m.
Theater in the Scott Center
$4 admission (Proceeds benefit Carroll Community College’s Early Childhood Development Center)
By Edith Weiss
Directed by Bill Gillett
Our 9th annual children’s theatre production is suitable for audiences of all ages. This show tours local elementary schools and libraries, but you can see performances at Carroll before it hits the road. (50-minute performance)
Higgelty, Piggelty and Hamlet are three little lazy and mischievous pigs on Farmer Maggie’s farm. Bad intentioned Buzz, the buzzard, would like to see the pigs come to a tasty demise, so he convinces the lone wolf, Rolfie, to become Biggity Bad Wolf and go after the three pigs. Good natured Rolfie is resistant to the idea, but Buzz convinces Rolfie that he will gain acceptance from his wolf pack. When threatened by Biggity Bad, the pigs are left to their own devices by Farmer Maggie, who believes the pigs are making excuses about the wolf so they can get out of farm work. With houses of straw, sticks and stone, the pigs learn to become productive members of the farm, and Rolfie learns he doesn’t need to be bad to find a family.
With a wonderful mix of rich humor as well as delightful physical comedy, this play pleases audiences both young and old!