MSI Events for 2015 & How to become an EM... Lend a hand!

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05 May 2015 04:06 - 17 May 2015 13:42#1 by Jacqueline
Jacqueline created the topic: MSI Events for 2015 & How to become an EM... Lend a hand!
Here is a list of the MSI Events for 2015

Please join us!

If you would like to become an MSI EM consider volunteering at one of the following events.

We are looking for volunteers!
Please send an e-mail to

(We also have many other volunteer opportunities. Just drop me a line via e-mail.)

Beltsville Day
Sunday May 17 12pm -5 pm (In space 27)

Bowie
Saturday June 6 11:00am – 6:00pm

Silverado Gun Show at the Howard County Fairgrounds
Saturday July 18 9:00am -5:00pm
Sunday July 19 9:00am-3:00pm

Silverado Gun Show at the Howard County Fairgrounds
Saturday September 12 9:00 am -5:00pm
Sunday September 13 9:00 -3:00pm

Silverado Gun Show at the Fredrick Fair Grounds
Saturday November 14 9:00am -5:00 pm
Sunday November 15 9:00am -3:00pm

***If you have any events that you would be willing to represent MSI at, please E-MAIL (:
the event name, location and date(s).


Once a proposed event has been confirmed with MSI's Events committee, the MSI events schedule will be updated, & the event will be added to this sticky.
Thank you***
Last Edit: 17 May 2015 13:42 by Jacqueline.

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02 Oct 2015 19:37#2 by dogbone
dogbone replied the topic: Severe weather: MSI event participation cancelled 10/2 + 10/
MSI deeply appreciates the dedication of it's volunteers and the support of it's visitors. As much as we would like to participate in the Appalachian Gun Show and the Riverdale Park Day this weekend, October 3-4, 2015, some events and vendors are canceling and we expect more. In light of this and the severe weather, we are canceling our participation with the planned MSI Events this weekend, October 3 and 4. MSI will not be at Riverdale Festival nor at the Appalachian Gun show.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events.

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02 Oct 2015 19:55#3 by BeoBill
BeoBill replied the topic: Severe weather: MSI event participation cancelled 10/2 + 10/
I agree. The potential for hazardous travel conditions is very real this weekend. Stay safe all. There will be other opportunities.

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