North Laurel/savage

October 06, 1992

Savage Mill celebrates fall Colonial-style

A military encampment, including 18th-century medicine and music, scarecrow making, Colonial craft demonstrations and food will be part of the Historic Savage Mill's annual Fall Colonial Festival on Saturday and Sunday.

The First Military Regiment will set up a military encampment circa 1779, consisting of men at arms, accompanied by music and camp followers demonstrating crafts and telling stories.

Demonstrations of manual exercise and firings with audience participation will be at 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. each day. A scarecrow workshop will be conducted both days from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a nominal fee charged. Proceeds will be donated to Bollman Bridge Elementary School for special school projects.

The Historic Savage Mill is located at 8600 Foundry St., Savage. Information: (301) 792-2820 or (301) 498-5751.

Artisans needed for holiday fair

Hammond Elementary School is looking for craftsmen and craftswomen to participate in its annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on Nov. 21. Information: (301)-490-0331.


* North Laurel: 400 block of North Second St.: On Friday, a suspect claiming to have a gun in his jacket entered a video store and demanded money from the cash register. He is described as a clean-shaven, dark-skinned black male, 6 foot 2 inches tall, with a heavy build. He was wearing a black baseball cap, waist-length leather jacket, bluejeans, black leather gloves and bright red T-shirt.

* 6200 block of Tamar Drive: On Saturday, police responded to a burglary in progress and arrested David Howard Marshall, 31, of the 5400 block of Wild Lilac.

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