From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan:
FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR HARFORD COUNTY UNTIL THURSDAY. STAY TUNED TO RADIO AND TV
SMALL STREAMS AND DRAINAGE AREAS AT GREATEST RISK
Spring fire season is in full swing in Harford County. Dry conditions between our Spring rains give way to quick spreading brush and woods fires. Maryland residents are prohibited from burning garbage and yard waste. Doing so may result in being ticketed. Residents can still have small recreational fires and barbecues on their property but not on balconies in apartment complexes. Rich Gardiner, spokesperson for Harford County Fire and EMS said common sense should always prevail when having an open flame outdoors. All recreational fires should be checked thoroughly and doused with water before leaving them unattended.
APRIL 30 LECTURE “Havre de Grace” before the war of 1812. 7 PM at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum. Discover little known facts regarding structures that survived the burning of the River City.
MAY 3 3rd Annual Adam Thompson Memorial 5K/Run Walk Join neighbors, families, and friends at Harford Community College on Saturday, for this 3rd annual event that raises funds to support The Adam Thompson Memorial Scholarship Funds at Harford Community College and at University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health. For more information or to register today visit: www.harford.edu/Adam or call: 443-412-2428.
May 3 – BAZAAR AND YARD SALE, 9 am to 2 pm at Churchville Presbyterian Church, 2844 Churchville Rd. Rain or shine. Collectibles, toys, household items, baked goods, lunch. Outside vendors. Bargains galore!
MAY 3 to May 4 – WAR OF 1812 WEEKEND IN HAVRE DE GRACE Re-enactor encampment at the Concord Point Lighthouse. Re-enactors at the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House…Food Vendors on Site at the Maritime Museum along with the Star Spangled Banner Stitching History…The PRIDE OF BALTIMORE returns to the Havre De Grace waterfront April 30 thru May 4.
MAY 4 RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC –This is the second and final clinic. Cost is $5 per animal. Locations include Joppa Magnolia Fire Co. Darlington Vol Fire Co., Aberdeen Vol Fire Company and the Jarrettsville Vol Fire Company. Hours are 2 to 4 PM
MAY 10 U.S. COAST GUARD AUX COURSE. How to read a Nautical Chart. 9 am to 1 PM at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum 100 Lafayette St Course Cost $35. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 17 VETERANS’ MUSTER AT THE William McFaul Activity Center near the MVA in Bel Air. 0900 to 1200 Hrs. ALL VETS FROM HARFORD AND CECIL COUNTY ARE INVITED.( ANY VET IS INVITED) Recognition for women who served in any branch of the Military. Recognition for Viet Nam and Viet Nam ERA vets. Assistance for Veterans seeking military service records. ALSO FREE SHREDEDING of personal papers. Max three (3) boxes of personal documents. Sponsored by the Harford County Commission of Veterans’ Affairs. Pre-Registration is NOT required but would be helpful http:harfordcecilveterans.org/go/veterans-muster-registration/
MAY 17 –GARDEN MART at the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum…10 AM to 6 PM Flowers for Mother’s Day. Free Admission
JUNE 1 GRAND OPENING OF THE HISTORIC ICE HOUSE at the Liriodendron Mansion West Gordon Street Bel Air. Native American exhibit of cultural life-ways from the Paleo migrations of the last glacial recession, through Archaic Landscape changes that make up the Susquehanna drainage area now the Chesapeake Bay Region. The late Dr. Howard Kelly had an abiding interest in the Natural Sciences. The Liriodendron was the summer home of Dr. Kelly, one of the founding surgeons of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. All are welcome. Time will be announced later.
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JUNE 1 THRU JUNE 29 MASTER CARVER Jeffrey Moore of “foul play studios” will present a display of wood carvings of birds, and animals. In the Liriodendron Gallery Sundays 1 to 4 PM
June 12 to 19 EARLY VOTING 10 AM to 8 PM at the following locations. McFaul Center in Bel Air—Edgewood Library –The UNIVERSITY (HEAT) Center in Aberdeen – and the Jarrettsville Library