From Harford County Council District C Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan:
OCT 29 Prescription Take Back Day. From 10 AM to 2PM turn in your unused prescriptions on the parking lot at 220 S Main Street (County Office Building Parking Lot) Please don’t flush them into the sewer system. Turn them in. No questions asked.
NOV 10 11 12 CELEBRATE HARFORD’S VETERANS
NOV 10 – Wine and cheese 5 to 8 PM at the Armory
NOV 11 CELEBRATION at the Reckord Armory on Main Street Bel Air. Parade and Program Nov 11 at 10:00AM. Luncheon at Noon for 200. Reservations required. $18 ea (Call the Harford Co Historical Soc. Mary Anna) Rededication of the Armory at 2 PM
NOV 12 – Veterans Day at the Liriodendron – Army equipment – Rock Wall for the kids – Color Guard and program at 10:20 AM Helicopter (weather permitting) Native American artifacts with docents to explain local Indian lore. Witness a Moving ceremony with the Bel Air Community Chorus, Sons of the American Revolution Musketeers and TAPS. Free Admission. Grounds open at 9:30 AM parking on the West Broadway lot with Shuttle bus service to the Mansion
Nov 12 Magic Show Bel Air Down Town Alliance present a magic show for kids of all ages. The Reckord Armory 3 PM. Take the kids to the Veterans show at the Liriodendron at 9:30 and then to the magic show in the Afternoon. Make a day of it in Bel Air
Dec 4 Bel Air Community Chorus Christmas concert 7 PM Bel Air High School Auditorium
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR “CHRISTMAS AT THE LIRIODENDRON” There is room for four more crafters @ $30 per table. Call 410.879.4424
December 16 17 18. Model trains, tree display, greens and more.
Have you donated to the Bronze Bobcat Fund Yet? The sculpture will be located at the entrance to the new athletic fields and be dedicated in honor of Coach Al Cesky. For more information, go to www.BelAirBobcatSculpture.com, or call Susan O’Neill at the Town Office 410-638-6705