From the 21034 Community E-News Editors:
Happy New Year
It’s hard to believe, but the 21034 e-Newsletter is entering its 5th year of bringing you news and events from around the Darlington-Dublin community. What started as a conversation among a handful of community members over lunch about how to share information more easily and inexpensively has grown to multiple pages, as well as a Facebook page, includes dozens of contributors and reaches over 400 monthly subscribers. We could use a couple more editors! If you can give an hour or two a month to help go through our email or help assemble the newsletter, please shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
News from Our Faith Communities
Grace Memorial Episcopal Church
Join us for our annual Paper Bag Epiphany Pageant on January 4, 2015 at 9 a.m.
1022 Main St., Darlington. For more information call 410-836-3587
The Church of the Ascension in Deer Creek Parish
3015 Dublin Road, Street, MD 21154
Sunday, January 4, 2015 – 2 Christmas — Rev. Nick McDonald, Priest-in-Charge
9:30 a.m. — Holy Communion and Children’s Church
10:30 a.m. — Pancake Breakfast
Sunday, January 11, 2015 — 1 Epiphany — Rev. Meredith Olson, Supply
9:30 a.m. — Holy Communion
Sunday, January 18, 2015 — 2 Epiphany — Rev. John McIntyre, Supply
9:30 a.m. — Holy Communion
10:30 a.m. — Vestry Meeting
Sunday, January 25, 2015 — 3 Epiphany — Rev. Nick McDonald, Priest-in-Charge
For Questions, please contact Mrs. Netha Wilmoth, Registrar, at 410-937-3879.
News for our Seniors
No meetings in January and February so we don’t have to worry about winter weather, however, weather allowing, join us for a Light Lunch and Senior Movie Matinee Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at the Grace Memorial Episcopal Church parish hall, 1022 Main Street, Darlington.
– Soup and salad at noon
– Movie at 1:00 p.m.: This month’s feature: Casablanca
For more information or to arrange for a ride, contact the Getting There Ride Share Office at email@example.com or 410-836-3005.
News from the Library
The Darlington Friends of the Library will hold its monthly booksale on Saturday, January 10, from 10 to 2. This month’s theme is: Winter winds may blow,Find a snowperson and take a book to go.
Following the sale, at 2:00, we will hold our annual Friends meeting at which time we will elect officers for the upcoming year. A slate of officers will be available in the library after Christmas.
Refreshments will be served, so please join us and learn how the Friends support your local library.
Wishing everyone a joyous and peaceful holiday season.
Darlington Friends of HCPL
News from the Deer Creek Coffeehouse
January’s Performer – Zoe Mulford
“I don’t usually like folk music, but that underwear song is pretty good.”
—patron, Taliano’s Restaurant, Takoma Park, MD
On Saturday, January 10 at 7:30 pm Deer Creek Coffeehouse welcomes, Zoe Mulford. A set by American songwriter Zoe Mulford (www.zoemulford.com) is like a small volume of short stories – evocative, beautifully crafted, and endlessly varied. Whether her starting-point is a polar expedition in 1845 or a Greyhound bus ride in 2007, her vivid storytelling and down-to-earth humor take listeners on an enjoyable journey. Her song, “Our Lady of The Highways”, (which I’m sure she’ll play) pays tribute to a landmark on Interstate 95 between Elkton and North East. For historical background check out:
Backing her clear voice with guitar or claw-hammer banjo, Zoe draws on the traditional music of the U.S. and British Isles to make sense of the modern world. In 2006, Zoe’s spouse got a job at the University of Manchester and ever since, Zoe has spent the time getting to know the British folk community while returning periodically to play in the U.S. She is currently in the U.S., based in Swarthmore, PA through summer 2015.
For her work on her second album, Roadside Saints, which contains “Our Lady of the Highways”, Zoe was nominated for Song, Album and Songwriter of the Year by the Washington DC Music Association in 2006. She has been a Kerrville New Folk Finalist (2007) and a Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist (2008). Zoe also won First Place at the 2005 Songwriting Competition at the Susquehanna Music and Arts Festival right here in Darlington.
Deer Creek Coffeehouse is located at 1022 Main St., Darlington, MD
Suggested donation: $10 for Adults and $5 for Students
Tickets only available at the door. Only cash and checks to Deer Creek Coffeehouse accepted. Homemade baked goods, snacks, coffee, tea, water available for purchase.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Jeff King, 443-877-7125
This program has been assisted by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Harford County Government through the
Harford County Cultural Arts Board.
Black Dogs & Company Rescue, Inc.
is in need of foster homes! Have you ever thought of fostering for a local rescue? You provide a loving home for a dog who is waiting for a forever home, we do the rest. Black Dogs & Company Rescue will cover the cost of vetting with our vet, preventatives, if needed we are able to help with food, we can also help with a crate and whatever other support our fosters need. If you aren’t able to foster but would still like to volunteer we can always use dependable volunteers with a love for dogs in need to help work events and assist with fundraising. We are in need of many items to keep our rescue running, these items include Martingale style collars, Puppy sized collars, Leashes, Slip Leads, Durable Dog Toys, Kongs, Treats (Made in USA please!), Puppy Pads, Old Towels, Flat Sheets, Quilts, Washable dog beds, Dog/Puppy Shampoo, Laundry Detergent, Lysol/Clorox Wipes, OdoBan Disinfecting Cleaner (can be found at Home Depot), Paper Towels, Letter Size Printer Paper, Envelopes, Stamps, and Collapsible crates (all sizes). Our Amazon Wishlist can be found at:
To coordinate a donation drop off or for additional information about our rescue, adoptable dogs and upcoming events please visit our website: http://www.blackdogsandcompanyrescue.org/home.html
We do have a basket bingo fundraiser scheduled for February 27, 2015, keep an eye on our website for additional details and info on purchasing tickets in advance!
Jennifer Taylor email@example.com
Maryland Faerie Festival New Dates!
The Maryland Faerie Festival is very excited to announce that their new dates for 2015 are June 13th and 14th. Though Mother’s Day weekend was fun for many, there were many more who were unable to come frolic with the Faeries as family obligations pulled them elsewhere. We want everyone to know that we welcome not for profit groups with like minded missions to attend our event and share their mission and activities with the attendees of the Festival and the greater community. Please contact us at www.marylandfaeriefestival.org. If you are looking to set up a booth please apply through vending. If you are a group that does some type of performance or storytelling and you would like to be involved with the festival, please contact us through the entertainment coordinator. We already are proud to have the Harford County Sheriff’s Department Explorer Program parking cars for us, and there are room for many more groups to bring their outreach to better educate the community about what you do. We look forward to seeing you there.
HARFORD COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SURVEY
Happy New Year Everyone,
Harford County has launched its Community Health Survey. This survey will give the county an assessment of the health needs in Harford County. With this data, the local health system, the local government and the local health department will have an idea on what health issues to focus on. This survey is confidential and will not be tied to you personally. Please take the time to complete this survey and let me know if you have any issues understanding the questions. It is important that everyone interpret the questions correctly. Remember…this survey is confidential.
Here is an opportunity to be counted.
Here is the link: www.tinyurl.com/UCHealthSurvey
PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO SOMEONE YOU KNOW THAT NEEDS TO BE COUNTED.
Thanks to All of You,
Robin R. Stokes- Smith at Upper Chesapeake Healthlink
Community Outreach Coordinator
Assistant ED Patient Navigator
Child Passenger Safety Technician
News from the Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College
Unclassified: The Military Kid Art Show Show your artwork with this unique exhibition!
Military children and youth ages 5 to 25 who live in Harford County are invited to submit their own framed art to be displayed at the Hays-Heighe House while the exhibit Unclassified: The Military Kid Art Show is in place. The exhibit will be on view February 2 through March 13, 2015.
To submit artwork, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 443-412-2539, or go to http://www.harford.edu/hays-heighe-house/exhibitions.
The submission deadline is January 16, 2015.