Disco supergroup coming to Fall Fest
by Lisa Tome
A Disco Inferno is coming to Elkton.
The Trammps, featuring Earl Young, a Philadelphia-based 70s disco and soul super group, will be part of Elkton's Fall Fest 21st year.
"We're gearing up for Fall Fest," said Jessica Price, administrative assistant for Elkton Alliance.
The event is scheduled for Friday, September 15 and Saturday, September 16. Vendors are being asked to sign on early. Vendor spaces are $65 for non-profits, $100 for for-profits, and $125 for political causes.
Elkton will offer a dog day event
by Lisa Tome
Rain in May means that there will be two downtown Elkton car shows in June.
The May 25 car show was cancelled due to inclement weather. Classic car owners are reluctant to bring their prized vehicles out in bad weather so the May show was rescheduled and moved to this week.
On Thursday, June 8 from 5-8 p.m., the show will begin. There will be trophies, 50/50 raffles, door prizes, dash plaques, food vendors and live entertainment. Registration is free for vehicles owners. All years, makes, and models are welcome. This week, Elkton town commissioner Earl Piner will team up with Commissioner Jean Broomell's husband, John to provide live music. The duo are known as E&J when performing.