ARBUTUS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION’S CHRISTMAS CRAB FEAST
Steamed Crabs, Buffet Style Meal & Corn on the Cob
Coors Lite, Natty Boh, Miller Lite
Raffles, 50 /50 Drawing
Music provided by
Proceeds go toward an additional surprise for the arrival of Santa in November
DATE: September 22, 2018
TIME: 12 Noon – 4:00 pm
WHERE: Arbutus Town Hall – 1349 Stevens Avenue, 21227
Contact Carl or Yogi
Tickets are $45.00
Arbutus Fall Festival
Come and join your friends and family at the third annual Arbutus Fall Festival at Arbutus Town Hall on Sunday, October 14th from 11AM until 5PM.
Listen to live music by Acoustic Limit.
Watch to Ravens in the hall on several big screen TV’s.
Enjoy the sights and smells of contestants cooking barbequed meats for our BBQ cook off.
Fun, games and activities for children.
Hot grilled food and cold drinks will be available.
Nominal of $5 charge to get in.
Proceeds from this event help fund the “Clean Up Arbutus Campaign”.
So…come out to have a great time and help your community at the same time!!
For questions and additional information, contact Art Vail by phone at: 410-925-6306; or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the Tennessee Titans at Arbutus Town Hall!
Town Hall has 8 big screen TVs and even one in each bathroom.
$10 for extended buffet with soda and domestic canned beers only $1.75 each or bottled for $2.00
$15 for extended buffet and draft beer
Doors are open all day. Ravens game starts at 4:30.
Trunk or Treat
Sunday, October 28, 2018
2:00 – 4:00 pm
Corner of Maple & East Drive
(Parking lot across from studio)
Sponsored by Keep it Simple Yoga
- Costume Contest
- Halloween Movies in the Studio
- Festive Fun
Interested in decorating your trunk and handing out candy?
Register by email email@example.com
UMBC OBSERVATORY OPEN HOUSE
November 1, 2018 @ 7:30 in PHYS 401
GALAXIES AND AGN
Will best match the sky above UMBC on November 1st at 8:30 pm.
STARS will be approximately accurate each day around 8-9 pm through November 15th.
Contact Observatory@UMBC.edu for any questions, comments or concerns relating to this event, the UMBC Observatory, or backyard astronomy in general!