Spring means festivals, fun, fellowship

Neighbors

May 24, 1998|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

AMAZING WHAT happens in spring in our community. We have so many chances to get together with our neighbors for fun and fellowship.

We'll be able to get together from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, for example, at the May Fest, sponsored by the Patapsco Valley American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 3850, at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church hall, Sweetser and Marydell Roads in Linthicum.

Tables will be full of baked goods, plants, woodworks, Christmas items, crafts, jewelry and lemon sticks for sale, and Orioles tickets, a picnic and a gift certificate to Snyder's Restaurant to be raffled off.

Eleanor Pieroschek, club president, said the men will prepare lunch.

"The gentlemen are in charge of the kitchen, which is kind of nice," she said with a little laugh.

The event is chaired by Audrey Miller, Anna King, and Bim Wheeler. Profits from the May Fest go back to the community for charitable purposes.

Chapter 3850 meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at St. Christopher's hall. Refreshments are served at noon followed by a program and business meeting.

Information: 410-766-5795.

Garden club officers

The Ferndale Garden Club is having a dinner and installation of officers at 6: 30 p.m. Tuesday at Kings Contrivance in Columbia.

Barbara Gorman will be reinstalled as president; Lynn Bowen, vice president; Carolyn Seefeld, secretary and publicity chairwoman; and Josie Blondell, treasurer.

To commemorate the club's 25th anniversary, Carol Wagner has designed pewter jewelry that will be for sale, and artist Ken Lehman of Harmony has painted commemorative watercolors that also will be for sale.

Lehman is the son of club member Jeannette Lehman.

Information: 410-987-1771.

Strawberry Festival

The Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church has scheduled its 51st Strawberry Festival from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. June 6 in the church fellowship hall, 200 School Lane. The festival is sponsored by the Evelyn Keller Circle.

Admission is free. A snack supper, strawberries and ice cream, baked goods, crafts, a white elephant table and childrens' items will be available.

Information: Marge Holmes, 410-859-5939.

More strawberries

And more strawberries. The Anne Arundel County Historical Society is looking for craft dealers for its Stawberry Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 13 at Benson Hammond House, Aviation Boulevard and Andover Road, Linthicum. The registration fee is $15 for one space, $25 for two spaces. The fee must be paid in advance.

Information: Carolyn Dalton, 410-544-2616.

Pub Date: 5/24/98

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