From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan and Bel Air Commissioner Susan Burdette:
JUNE 1 RIBBON CUTTING THE NEW HAVRE DE GRACE LIBRARY 10:00 am Sharp. 120 N Union Ave Havre de Grace, MD RSVP is requester to email@example.com
JUNE 3 SECOND ANNUAL SOIREE to benefit Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding. Beginning at 7 PM at Rockfield Manor CTR will host a night of food, music, live and silent auctions. All proceeds benefit CTR. Tickets are $100 For more information call 443.528.7793
JUNE 5 LET THE MUSIC BEGIN..SUMMER CONCERT SERIES IN BEL AIR WITH THE SUSQUEHANNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Free concert in Shamrock Park at the Humbert Amphitheatre at 7 PM. (Lee and Hickory Ave) Bring your lawn chairs and pack a picnic. This year the SSO will feature Gershwin – Sousa – Rossini – Jon Williams’ “Hymn to the fallen” and the great finale “Sousa’s” “ STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER”
JUNE 5 THOMAS RUN CHURCH ANNUAL SERVICE Join an old time praise and worship service with special music and reflect back on a by-gone era in a church originally built in the 1700’s. The church is located at 2546 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, Md. 21015. The service will begin at 2:00 pm. Refreshments will be served after the service. For more info call or email Coale Hawkins at 410-272-6588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUNE 11 EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH Spring outreach to fill the food pantry. At the corner of Broadway and North Main Street. 10 am to 2 pm Donations of diapers ( all sizes) canned goods, cereals, pasta, rice, pop-tarts and canned meats all accepted. Free admission, games for the kids, free hot dogs and homemade goodies
JUNE 14 The ARMY’S 241 BIRTHDAY.. A Birthday Social at Ruggles Golf Course beginning at 1600 hrs. (4 PM) This event is open to everyone to celebrate the contribution soldiers have to the national defense of the United States.
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JUNE 16 BOOK TALK AND LUNCHEON at the Liriodendron Mansion. Get the inside scoop on great summer reads! Librarians from Harford County Public Library will be on hand at the Liriodendron to inform you about the books for children, teens, and adults that are exciting us, and that you’ll want to share with your family and friends. This noon day gathering complete with Wine and Cheese to begin, followed by an excellent lunch is limited to the first one hundred registrants. Call the Liriodendron today to reserve your seat. Wine, Cheese, a Catered Luncheon, Book Talk, Door Prizes and Great Conversation all for $35 per person. Don’t have a library card? No problem! You can be signed up on the spot. There will be advanced readers copies of some books available as door prizes, as well as books to check out. This is a great opportunity to find out about the books that are generating the current buzz plus enjoy lunch with your friends before school lets out for the summer. Call the Liriodendron to reserve your place today. 410.879.4424 Leave a message and Glenda will get back to you.
JUNE 17 A “Night With the Wild,” a charity event to benefit the nonprofit Susquehannock Wildlife Society at Deer Creek Overlook. Guests will enjoy fine food, wine, craft beers, open bar, live and silent auctions, rare and exquisite jewelry raffles, Big Stakes Gaming Wheel, 50/50 rescue raffle, music to stir your inner animal moves, and a very special visit and photo opportunity with some wild guests of honor. 7 pm to midnight at Deer Creek Overlook in Rocks State Park. Tickets for this one-of-a-kind event are on sale until June 3 and can be purchased for $80 each at http://www.susquehannockwildlife.org/gala2016/tickets