From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan:
The Department of Public Works, Division if Environmental Services has received a $33,000 grant from the Md Dept of the Environment to enhance electronic waste recycling.. Accepting CRT televisions and computer monitors at the Harford Waste Disposal Center at no cost to the public began on October 27 and will continue until funds are depleted. Fees WILL apply to customers with household trash in addition to the electronics.
U S Marine Corps Reserve is collecting Toys for Tots again this Christmas Season. There is a toy collection box in the lobby of the Harford County Office Building at 212 South Main Street – Bel Air
NOV 14 – 30 CHRISTMAS IN THE WOODS 10 am to 5 PM daily at Rockfield Manor 501 E Churchville Rd Bel Air – Crafts – Jewelry – collectibles and gifts to benefit the Rockfield Foundation Inc.
NOV 15 HARFORD LYME ADVOCATES Free public showing of EMERGENCE -Under our Skin 2 A documentary on the horrors of Lyme Disease. 2 – 4 pm Bel Air Library
DEC 6 Christmas Street in Aberdeen. All day activities in the downtown area. Parade begins at 3 PM
DEC 7 Christmas in Bel Air. Music and parade on Main Street beginning at 3 PM with a community bon fire and sing along in Shamrock Park beginning at 4:30 PM
DEC 6 SUSQUEHANNA SYM ORCHESTRA Christmas Program. Bel Air High School 7:30 PM. For more information go to their web site www.ssorchestra.com
DEC 13 BEL AIR COMMUNITY CHORUS 3 PM Bel Air High School. Chorus and Orchestra performing holiday music. Free Admission
DEC 13 – 229th Army Band Holiday Band Concert. Havre de Grace High School Auditorium. Doors open at 7:00 PM Show is at 7:30 Admission is Free