From Harford County Council District C Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan:
Capt’n Jim’s “Coffee Talk”©
*May 16, 2012*
*May 11 – July 6 Exhibition**: From Trail to Train: The Building of Bel Air. This exhibit looks at the history of the Town of Bel Air and how roads and trains impacted Bel Air’s Main Street from the early horse trails to the Ma
and Pa Railroad. Located in the McFaul Sr. Center near the MVA.*
BEL AIR FARMERS MARKET
*Tuesday Market** is located in the Kelly Fields Parking lot at the corner of Route 24 and Boulton Street, 9am to 1pm The Tuesday Bel Air Farmer’s Market will be relocating to the former BB&T property on Main Street once the demolition is complete.
*Saturday Market** is located in the District Court Parking Lot at Thomas & Bond Streets in Bel Air, 7 a.m. – 11 a.m.
*May 19 ARMED FORCES DAY at APG. *Beginning at 1300 (1 PM) Military displays of war fighting equipment and more.
*May 20 VISIT HISTORIC TUDOR HALL *Home Of The Booth Family. Contact the Center for the Arts at 443-619-0008 or SpiritsOfTudorHall@gmail.com. Tours at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.
*May 26 CORBETT MEMORY WALK* To Benefit the Upper Chesapeake Health’s Cancer Services. Come Walk the Ma and Pa Trail – Register at www.chesapeakecanceralliance.org or call 410.836.7226
*May 26 WEBSTER CHURCH* Annual Yard Sale. 4100 Webster Road, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. An All you can eat breakfast will be served from 8 to 10:30 Then lunch from 11 to 2. (Charge for both)
*SUMMER CONCERTS ACROSS THE COUNTY*
Most starting in June
ABERDEEN – TUESDAYS 7:00 pm
Festival Park (Rain move to Aberdeen Middle School)
BEL AIR – Sundays and Wednesdays 7 PM
Humbert Amphitheater behind Town Hall Hickory Ave
(Rain Bel Air High School)
Havre de Grace – Fridays 7:30
Millard Tydings Park near the Marina (No rain Location)
Jerusalem Mill & Village – Sundays 6-8PM $$
Jerusalem Road Joppa Md
Maritime Museum – Havre de Grace – Mondays 7PM
Only July 9, 16, 23, 30
Ladew Topiary Gardens – Sundays 6-8PM $$
In Rain call 410.557.9466 Press 5
($$ Indicates an admission charge)
*AN UPDATE ON SARGEANT KECK’S HOUSE FROM BOB WARD*
*Captain Jim – The sediment controls are going in now and we will begin the excavation the end of this week. June 15-17 is the “Build Brigade” weekend where we will spend 3 days going from slab to a completely dried in house. Homes For Our Troops (HFOT) tell me they will do multiple press releases and arrange for some type of ceremony that weekend for the public. August 4th will be the “volunteer day” where unskilled labor will be needed for laying the sod, landscaping, etc. Bob*
*Editors Note: Donations are still being accepted to help with this project. We shall have an accounting in the near future.*