Pre-Halloween favorite for fans of fright opens this week in Baltimore Highlands

Baltimore Highlands

October 10, 2011|By Moses Rodriguez

The Baltimore Highlands Parks and Recreation Department sponsors its annual Haunted Hollows at Southwest Area Park Thursday, Oct. 13, 7-10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14-15, 7 p.m.-midnight.

This program has been an area tradition for more than 20 years.

Follow the signs at the end of Georgia Avenue. Otherwise, the park will be closed during that week.

Cost to walk through the guided haunted trail is $3 for youngsters ages 3-12 and $5 for those older.

All proceeds benefit youth programs.

Stacy Owens Burke, 410-887-1439, can use more assistance.

The Methodist Men at Christ United Methodist Church, 2832 Florida Ave., will prepare the annual spaghetti dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. The $7 fee covers all you can eat plus salad, dessert, soft drinks and coffee.

Ask Bill Weller if his cooks will deliver to your group as they do for employees at the Lowe's store, 410-789-9058.

The Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center, 424 Third Ave., plans a Spook-Tacular Halloween event Monday, Oct. 31, from noon until the fun runs out.

Tickets $5 for a special lunch menu: witches' caldron pot roast with gravy, vegetable concoction, corn bread, devilishly spiced apples and witches' brew.

A costume contest begins at 11 a.m.

Joyce Rosewag, the center's director, can fill you in on all upcoming activities, 410-887-1443.

American Legion Post 195, 2603 Virginia Ave., will host its annual bull and oyster roast from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6.

Bucket Full of Blues will provide music.

On the menu will be pit ham, oysters on the half shell and stew, sausage, mashed potatoes, vegetables, cheese, rolls, cake, coffee and a limited open bar. Tickets cost $35.

To learn more, call the post at 410-789-6266 or commander Bob Sinclair, 410-598-2667.

Baltimore Highlands resident Rob Masevicius and his unit are returning home after a year's overseas tour of duty, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom-New Dawn.

They served with honor in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait.

Family members are planning a welcome home fundraiser.

If you want to offer your help and show your support, contact his wife, Cheryl Masevicius, at or 410-627-4364.

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