Hubcabs will bring back the '50s at Knights of Columbus dance on Friday

NEIGHBORS

October 19, 1994|By BONITA FORMWALT

Complete this sentence. The Hubcabs are:

A. Yet another shiny, metallic automobile accessory that men lavish way too much time and attention on.

B. Those round, pseudo-pancakes McDonald's serves for breakfast.

C. Seven musicians who plan on taking Glen Burnie back to the '50s this weekend.

Discover the answer Friday when the Hubcaps bring their nostalgic music to a dance sponsored by the Holy Trinity Knights of Columbus from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Columbian Center, 335 N. Ritchie Highway.

Tickets are $25 per person at the door, $22 in advance. Admission includes beer, set-ups and -- according to dance co-chairman Joe Macolla -- an unforgettable evening of music.

"The Hubcaps have been playing together for 20 years. They opened for the Beach Boys this summer in Ocean City," said Macolla. "I've been telling everyone they're the greatest '50s band on the East Coast."

lTC Continuing the '50s theme is a restaurant featuring drinks such as "Love Potion No. 9" and a menu straight from a drive-in served by waitresses dressed as car hops. A cash bar will be available.

For ticket information, call Macolla, 255-6654, Bob Bradley, 255-8988, or the Columbian Center, 647-3413.

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A "Wellness Extravaganza" for the community is scheduled from 9 a.m. Friday at Corkran Middle School.

Although this is the second year the school has offered this program, it is the first time the public has been invited.

County schools are closed Friday for a teacher's in-service day.

Representatives from local and regional organizations will be available to address a variety of health issues: American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Anne Arundel County Parent Involvement Center, county health department and Maryland State Police.

Information on herbology, meditation and yoga will be available.

Maryland General Hospital will administer cholesterol screening, glucose testing, blood pressure checks and flu shots. (A $10 fee is requested for the flu shots.)

Reservations are not required, but advance registration will assist school personnel planning the morning's events.

The school is at 7600 Quarterfield Road. For information, call the school office, 222-6493.

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Holiday decorations and gift ideas will abound at a Christmas bazaar, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Columbian Center, 335 N. Ritchie Highway.

Sponsored by the Ladies of the Knights of Columbus, Holy Trinity Columbus, the bazaar will feature the work of 30 local artisans.

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Artisans are needed for the annual Christmas Craft Show, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 6, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 1451 Furnace Ave. Spaces with tables are available for $10 each.

Coordinator Susan Kelly expects about 40 artisans to participate. To reserve a space, call Kelly at 761-1878.

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The Democratic candidates -- state, county and local -- have been invited to a Meet the Candidates rally at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company.

The event, by the District 32 Democratic Club, will allow the candidates to meet with voters from 7 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. and then make a brief statement.

For information, call Evelyn Kellner, 969-9325.

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Marley United Methodist Church is planning a flea market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, on the church grounds, 30 Marley Neck Blvd.

Spaces with tables, inside and outside, are available for $7.

Refreshments, including a table of home baked goods, will be sold throughout the day.

To reserve a space, call 768-0569.

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American Legion Auxiliary Unit 40 is accepting reservations from craftsmen and women for a craft fair, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 6 at the post home, 5th Avenue and Post 40 Road.

L Rental fees are $10 for spaces, $15 for spaces with a table.

To reserve a space, call Fran Burroughs, 437-1099.

Anyone with information for the Glen Burnie Neighbors colum

can call Bonita Formwalt, 766-4549.

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