Dundalk American Legion Post 38 Baseball is looking for a head coach for its U-19 baseball program for the 2020 summer baseball season. For additional information to to schedule an interview, contact Bob Redyk at 443-854-4660.
• Friday, January 24:
Charm City East Moose Lodge No. 70, located at 7418 Eastern Ave., is hosting Women of the Moose, Favorite Things night. Bring three of the same items to exchange. Items must not be more than $5.
• Saturday, January 25:
The Patapsco High School Boosters Fundraiser Class of 2022 will hold a public event at Pinland Bowling Lanes at 10 N. Dundalk Ave. from 6-9 p.m. Cost of admission is $10 per person. Shoe rental is concluded. A bake table, 50/50 and raffle baskets will be available. Twenty percent of Duckpond sales will be donated to the organization.
Charm City East Moose Lodge No. 70, located at 7418 Eastern Ave., is hosting Spaghetti and Game Night, Starting at 6 p.m. Board and card games will be available for play.
St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church will host a flea market sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 304 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. The cost for a table is $10. Food and a bake sale will be available. Money raised will go to benefit summer camps. For more information, call 410-633-2526.
The Dundalk Patapsco Neck Historical Society & Museum will hold a Volunteer Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Museum at 4 Center Place, Dundalk Shopping Center. The Fair is in preparation for the 2020 Defenders Day Celebration at Ft. Howard on Aug. 30 and has openings for reenactors, living history crafters, period game leaders, period cooks and general staff. For more information, call John Chriest at 410-282-1997.
• Sunday, January 26:
Our Lady of Hope and St. Luke Parishes will host a Gil and Mary Ziemski Memorial Polish Festival from 1-7 p.m inside the Our Lady of Hope School Hall., 8003 N. Boundary Rd. Homemade Polish food, drinks, games and family fun will be available, all at reasonable prices. Admission is $5, and children 16 years old and younger get in free. Music will be performed by The Local Boyz.
• Thursday, February 6:
The North Point Peninsula Council will host its monthly meeting for February from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at North Point-Edgemere Volunteer Fire Department, 7500 North Point Rd.
• Saturday, February 8:
The Military Order of the Cootie Pup Tent No. 4 will host a shrimp feast on Feb. 8 from 2-6 p.m. at Essex Holly-Neck Memorial VFW Post 2621, 206 Riverside Road (off Mace Avenue). The menu will include steamed shrimp, pit beef, pit ham, chicken, pork adobo, tossed salad, desserts, beer, soda and setups. Music will be provided by Solution.
The cost of admission is a $30 donation. No minors are allowed. Proceeds will benefit hospitalized veterans at veteran hospitals. For tickets and information, call 410-391-5200.
• Thursday, February 13:
Baltimore County’s Workgroup on Equitable Policing will host a listening session at Sollers Point Community Center, 323 Sollers Point Road, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. In November 2019, County Executive Johnny Olszewski issued an executive order announcing the formation of the Baltimore County Workgroup on Equitable Policing in order to examine current policies, practices, and training related to policing and offer recommendations to ensure equitable practices and to bring greater transparency and accountability to law enforcement.
The purpose of this listening session is to seek public comment around efforts to ensure equitable policing in Baltimore County.
• Saturday, February 15:
American Legion Post 38, located at 3300 Dundalk Ave., is hosting a Sweetheart Dance from 7-11 p.m. Food will be served from 7-10 p.m., with the menu consisting of a fried chicken dinner, chips, pretzels, soda, draft beer and a cash beer. People are allowed to bring snacks. No outside alcohol is permitted. Music will be provided by Charlie L. and Petie. People will have a chance to win door prizes, and the event will feature a flower wheel, laydowns, cash and cherries, and more. The cost is $20 per person. For tickets call 410-288-2297.
• Monday, February 17:
Join Artist Katie Detrich at Seasoned Mariner, 601 Wise Ave, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Your ticket includes art materials and instruction only. Please come early for dinner, appetizers and drinks. Enjoy a night filled with landscape painting techniques, famous artist quotes and laughter. You will receive step-by-step instruction from Katie. This class is suitable for beginners. you will use acrylic paint, fan brush, 1-inch brush, 2-inch brush, liner brush, painting knife and a mixing palette. Attire from the 1980s is encouraged. Everyone who dresses in their favorite 1980s outfit will receive a special gift from Katie. Check-in is at 6 p.m. Painting instruction will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. Cancellations due to winter weather will result in rescheduling or a refund within 7-10 business days. Aprons are not provided, but you can purchase a handmade cotton apron to take home with you when you purchase your ticket. Call The Seasoned Mariner at 443-242-7190 for more information and ticket sales.
• Sunday, February 23:
The Greater Dundalk Chamber of Commerce will host its Second Annual Star-Spangled Celebration: Bull and Shrimp Feast at UAW Hall 239, 1010 Oldham St., from 1-5 p.m. Food, drink, raffles, wheels and more will be available. Tickets are $45 per person. A portion of the proceeds will go to Angels Supporting Your Troops, Inc. Call 410-284-3700 or go to www.gdcoc.org.
• Wednesday, February 26 to Friday April 10:
Dundalk Knights of Columbus Hall’s World Famous Fish Fry- Serving delicious Alaskan pollock, fries, cole slaw, roll, beverages and dessert. Beer and wine will be available at an additional cost. Meals will be served from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will cost $13. Everyone is invited and welcome to dine in at 2111 Eilers Ave. in Dundalk (next to the fire house). Carry out available for $14 per meal. For more information call Ron Gontasz at 410-971-5743 or 410-285-6660. A portion of the proceeds go to community and religious charities.
• Thursday, March 5:
The Maryland Young Republicans will host a Republican Second Congressional District Forum at the Essex Branch Library, 1110 Eastern Blvd., from 6:30-8 p.m.
Candidates will have an opportunity to explain their position on the issues important to Marylander’s in the Second Congressional District, including health care, the economy, infrastructure, and safety from threats at home and abroad. The forum will be moderated and run by the Maryland Young Republicans with questions coming from our members, and a google form will be made for the public to submit questions. Each candidate will be given time for an opening statement, questions directed towards them, time to respond to other candidates, and time for a closing statement.
• Thursday, March 12:
The Greater Dundalk Chamber of Commerce will host its annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Seasoned Mariner, 601 Wise Ave., from 6-9 p.m. Food, drinks, live Irish music, dancers, raffles and more will be available. The event will have a limited menu with Irish favorites and Seasoned Mariner specialties. Reservations are recommended. Call the Seasoned Mariner at 443-242-7190 to make a reservation. Proceeds will support the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
• Saturday, March 14:
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, organized by the Greater Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, will begin at 11 a.m. The parade route will begin at Logan Village Shopping Center and will end at Heritage Park and Dundalk Elementary School. People are invited to put on green and watch the parade. For information about participating in the parade, call Vicki Young at 410-284-3700.
The Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts Class of 2022 will host Bingo Night at the Wise Avenue Fire Company, 214 Wise Ave., beginning at 5 p.m. Come out and support the Class of 2022 and play bingo. Doors open at 5 p.m. and bingo begins at 6 p.m.
Have a community announcement, event or reunion you’d like to share? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We love to put you in the paper! Rain or shine, people will clean up the section of Historic Bread and Cheese Creek from the Berkshire Area to North Point Road. Registration will be at 2408 Plainfield Rd. This event will be run in conjunction with the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s Annual Project Clean Stream and American River’s Nation River Cleanup.
“We run our cleanups as a family event with plenty of ways for volunteers to participate. We welcome every type of person of every ability level to contribute and assist with the cleanup. Though it is true we will need people to dig out shopping carts and haul trash to the dumpsters, we need people to run water, food, tools, and trash bags (both empty and full) to individuals in the creek. People to sort recyclables from the debris removed. People will be needed to help at registration, setup food and snacks as well as many other less strenuous activities. We are also authorized to sign-off on Community Service and Service Learning Hours for students. The more people we have, the easier the work will be for everyone. We will provide lunch and snacks as well as gloves. A limited number of tools are available for sign-out, but suggest bringing your own if you have them.”
Volunteer photographers and videographers are needed.
• Friday, March 20:
The Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company, 214 Wise Ave., will host a Fish Fry from 4-7 p.m. The menu includes, fish, french fries and one additional side. The cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children. For tickets, contact Tayvone at 410-814-9862, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org People can also contact Stacey at 410-3708134.
• Saturday, April 18:
A Stansbury Park and Pond Cleanup will take place from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. This public event is organized by John Long. Registration will be located at or near the pavillion, 7800 Stansbury Rd. Look for registration tents and the Clean Bread and Cheese Creek banners. Registration will open at 8 a.m. This event will run rain or shine.