128 St. Marys Church RD
Abingdon, MD 21009
08/15/2022 | 01:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Note: Give in Aug for $10 e-gift card of choice and chance at gas for a year a $6K value! rcblood.org/fuel
Location: New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 128 St. Marys Church RD Abingdon, MD 21009
Sunday Funday @ the Corps will begin on Sunday, May 22nd and will run the 2nd & 4th Sundays until September 25th at the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps located 1601 Level Road (Rt. 155) in Havre de Grace, MD from 4pm - 7pm at the Corps big Pavilion. Featured will be 4-7 food trucks, numerous vendors and live music. Visit our Facebook page, Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps Food Truck Sundays for a list of food trucks attending or visit our web page, www.hdgac.org. This is a family friendly event. Pets on a leash are also welcome. See ya @ the Corps!
Location: 1601 Level Road Havre de Grace, MD 21078
The Bel Air Downtown Alliance’s Summer Movies Nights are a great time and place to bring the whole family for a fun movie night at Shamrock Park with spare time to visit a restaurant and our stores in Downtown Bel Air! Our movies are free and family-friendly!
Location: 39 N Hickory Ave, Bel Air, MD 21014
Diane Rose, The Amazing Quilter, will speak at the Flying Geese Quilt Guild in Fallston on August 15, 2022 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Fallston Fire Hall, 2201 Carrs Mill Road, Fallston, Maryland. The Guild membership is very excited to have Rose speak at their meeting, where she will show her amazing talents and talk about how she creates and sews her beautiful quilts. All are welcome to attend Rose’s event. Those who are not Flying Geese Quilt Guild members will pay a $5.00 fee to attend the meeting. Rose, from Waco, Texas, is known as the Amazing Quilter because she sews beautiful quilts despite the fact that she is totally blind. After Bob Phillips of “The Texas Country Reporter” television show went to Waco and did a story on Diane, she garnered more than 800,000 more friends and fans. That interview is posted on YouTube. Among the comments made by people who viewed the video were “an example to us all” and “this proves you can do anything if you have the heart and mind to do it.”Diane rarely makes the same quilt twice. She has a person who helps her cut the squares and appliques, but she sews them together and quilts them herself. Every one of the more than 1,000 quilts she has made throughout her career as a quilter have been made with love and with the hope that they will comfort the person who purchases it.“My quilts are made to be snuggled in, comforted in and given as gifts of love to friends and family,” Diane explains. “I love to hear back from someone who bought a quilt that they love snuggling up in it with their grandchild, or maybe the person they bought it for thought it was the most wonderful gift. Then I know that quilt has found its true home.”
Location: Fallston Fire Hall, 2201 Carrs Mill Road, Fallston, Maryland