Harford Road Aglow: Hamilton-Lauraville prepares for Light City Festival

The Lights are coming! Harford Road Aglow is Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street's two-week celebration of the 2nd annual Light City Baltimore festival. Hamilton-Lauraville is one of eight Baltimore neighborhoods selected for the creation of an illuminated public art project during Light City. Our project, FloraLume, is a colorful, glowing mural from local artist Maura Dwyer that celebrates native plants and the diversity of Hamilton-Lauraville. FloraLume will be unveiled on April 1, and there will be a number of workshops and parties leading up to the big event.

Saturday, March 25: Harford Road Aglow (HRA) Kickoff at Green Onion
Monday, March 27: HRA: Wings at Night, Glowing Bright at Red Canoe
Tuesday, March 28: HRA: Tealight Lantern at Silver Queen Cafe
Thursday, March 30: HRA: Glowing Necklace Workshop at Creative Arts of Maryland
Thursday, March 30: HRA: Electric Dang Good Dance Party at Clementine
Friday, March 31: Blueprints & Bioluminescence Workshop at Strand Theater Company
Saturday, April 1: FloraLume Unveiling Party
Saturday, April 1: HRA: Bike Tour of Local Neighborhood Lights with Baltimore Recnparks
Friday, April 7: HRA: April First Friday along Harford Road

Harford Road AglowLight City FloraLume Party

March/April edition of the Arcadian newsletter

The March/April 2017 edition of The Arcadian newsletter was recently distributed. In case you missed it, you can read it here. If you would like to submit items for publication in The Arcadian, Saturday, April 22nd is the deadline for submitting items for the May/June issue. Please send them to: Betty Mayes, 3209 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214, or e-mail bbmayes@verizon.net. Your suggestions and articles for newsletter content are always welcome; however, we cannot accept anonymous contributions.

Now Accepting Applications for the AIA Paul Preziosi Scholarship

The Paul Preziosi Scholarship is worth $200 toward tuition, books, or supplies. Eligibility requirements:

  1. Must be a resident of Arcadia
  2. Must be a high school senior
  3. Must reside in a household with a current membership in the Arcadia Improvement Association
  4. Must complete and submit application by May 31.
For application materials contact Sarah Sette, 3500 Parkside Drive, 410-444-9393, ssette@miemss.org.

January/February 2017 edition of The Arcadian newsletter

The January/February 2017 edition of The Arcadian newsletter was recently distributed. In case you missed it, you can read it here. If you would like to submit items for publication in The Arcadian, Wednesday, March 1st is the deadline for submitting items for the March/April issue. Please send them to: Betty Mayes, 3209 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214, or e-mail bbmayes@verizon.net. Your suggestions and articles for newsletter content are always welcome; however, we cannot accept anonymous contributions.

September/October 2016 edition of The Arcadian newsletter

The September/October 2016 edition of The Arcadian newsletter was recently distributed. In case you missed it, you can read it here. If you would like to submit items for publication in The Arcadian, Saturday, October 29 is the deadline for submitting items for the November/December issue. Please send them to: Betty Mayes, 3209 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214, or e-mail bbmayes@verizon.net. Your suggestions and articles for newsletter content are always welcome; however, we cannot accept anonymous contributions.

Baltimore Police Launch Illegal Dirt Bikes Tip Line: 443-902-4474

The Baltimore Police Department is forming a task force dedicated solely to finding solutions to people illegally riding dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles on city streets. They have also established a telephone tip line to solicit information. You can also text a tip, photo, video or leave a voicemail at 443-902-4474. Dirt bikes are defined as any motorcycle or similar vehicle designed for use on rough surfaces such as dirt roads or trails, which are not registered under the Maryland Vehicle Law. Examples of dirt bikes include minibikes and all-terrain vehicles (ATV), either the three or four wheel variety. No person may drive or ride any dirt bike or other unregistered motorcycle or similar vehicle on any public or private property that is located within the City of Baltimore. In addition, no person may possess any dirt bike or any unregistered motorcycle with the City of Baltimore. No service station or any person may sell or dispense motor fuel for delivery into any dirt bike or unregistered vehicle. Any person who violates this ordinance with the City of Baltimore is subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 for each offense or imprisonment for not more than 90 days. You Can Remain Anonymous.

July/August edition of The Arcadian newsletter

The July/August 2016 edition edition of The Arcadian newsletter was recently distributed. In case you missed it, you can read it here. If you would like to submit items for publication in The Arcadian, August 25th is the deadline for submitting items for the Septmeber/October issue. Please send them to: Betty Mayes, 3209 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214, or e-mail bbmayes@verizon.net.

May/June 2016 edition of The Arcadian newsletter

The May/June 2016 edition edition of The Arcadian newsletter was recently distributed. In case you missed it, you can read it here. If you would like to submit items for publication in The Arcadian, June 30 is the deadline for submitting items for the July/August issue. Please send them to: Betty Mayes, 3209 Berkshire Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214, or e-mail bbmayes@verizon.net.