Hagerstown Town & Country Almanack
Throughout its long history, The Almanack has been recognized countless times for its contributions to the steady development and success of colonial agrarian society (see Maryland Traditions' 2012 ALTA Award for Tradition as well as for making a significant contribution to our national pride (see Hagerstown Celebrates Star Spangled Banner's 200th Anniversary!).
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The 2022 Hagerstown Town & Country Almanack Now Available!
The Gruber Almanack, LLC proudly announces the release of the 2022 edition of J. Gruber’s Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack and availability for sale, almost 2 months earlier than in past years! This popular regional favorite, famous for both its 226 years of continuous publication and its impressive track record predicting the coming year’s weather, will be available for purchase at grocery, pharmacy, hardware, book and other popular retail stores beginning the week of July19th. For a complete list of retailers and their locations, click here. But why wait? Click here, order a copy today, and have it delivered right to your front door!
The Almanack Welcomes New Contributor
Professor Emeritus Robert Doyle!
The Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack welcomes Professor Emeritus Robert Doyle as its newest contributor to its increasingly diverse and informative content. Professor Doyle earned his Bachelors of Science in Physics at Georgia Tech and his Masters and Ph.D. in Astronomy at The University of Virginia. He is also serves as the Planetarium Director at Frostburg State University. Professor Doyle's teaching interests inlcude astronomy, physics, energy and the environment, science, and religion. He has already been quite busy creating a number of podcasts with Almanack Weather Pronostocator, Chad Merrill, for the Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack Channel on YouTube. focusing on astronomical topics that are of interest to many of our followers. In addition to producing fresh content for The Almanack's YouTube channel, Dr. Doyle also produces content for the Cumberland-Times News. Welcome Professor Doyle!
The Almanack First to Preveiw Winter 2021-2022!
The Almanack Partners with PennState Extension
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