WEEKEND HAPPENINGS August 23 – 29, 2018 And Beyond Mary Pat Clarke 14th District Baltimore City Council THURSDAY, AUGUST 23

Book Discussion

Killers of the Flower Moon: the Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann

Thursday – August 23

6 pm

Enoch Pratt Free Library – Northwood Branch – 4420 Loch Raven Boulevard



2018 Cancer Awareness Warrior Walk 5K

A Community Walk Over Cancer

Saturday – August 25

8 am

Lake Montebello – Curran Drive – Hillen Road Entrance


$30 Registration @ WWW.TJCCares.org


Herring Run Park Cleanup

Saturday – August 25

10 am – noon

Meet in Hall Spring at the building with the mural

Grabbers, gloves & trash bags provided

All ages welcome!

Park has been hit hard this summer –

severe storms & flooding have left debris on the streambank and trash hanging in trees


Films @ The Pratt


Saturday – August 25

10:30 am through 4:30 pm

Enoch Pratt Free Library – Roland Park Branch – 5108 Roland Avenue




The 7th People’s B.B.Q. for the Homeless

Sunday – August 26

1 pm serving until 4 pm or while supplies last

About 1,000 were fed last year

Phoenix Shot Tower – 801 East Fayette Street – Across from the Post Office

Donations & volunteers needed

If you can help, please call:
Bonne “Raven” Lane – 443-494-9569

Or email: fightinjustice247@gmail.com





Big Jump Block Party

Sunday – August 26

2 – 6 pm

825 Druid Hill Lake Drive



Food, music and interactive art

Plus group bike rides, walking tours and family friendly activities in the Big Jump path

Free – RSVP & invite your friends and neighbors


What is the Big Jump?

The Big Jump is a new path accessible by foot, bike and mobility devices along Druid Hill Park Lake Drive and 28th Street

It connects neighbors to jobs and recreation and allows people who use mobility devices to cross 83 safely and easily for the first time.



Public Meeting – Harford Road Bridge Replacement

Wednesday – August 29

6 – 8 pm

Ray of Hope Church Hall – 3000 Parkside Drive



Baltimore City Department of Transportation will hold a meeting

to discuss the status of the Harford Road Bridge Replacement

Please contact: Jeffrey Fleming, Northeast Liaison



Beginner Mosaic: Make a Mosaic Mirror!

Thursday – September 6 and September 13

5:30 pm

3431 Greenmount Avenue


No experience needed – you will learn mosaic skills and come home with a beautiful piece of art

Bring a few small, flat keepsake objects to include in the design

Otherwise all materials provided

*This class is in two parts. During the first class, you will plan and adhere your design to the mirror

During the second class you will grout your piece and add finishing touches


Held in the Mondo Deco event space

First come, first served

Find out more and register here:


In-Person Interviews by Appointment Only

Monday – August 27

10 am

Employment Connection Center – 1410 Bush Street



Hiring for Warehouse workers, Production workers – Immediate Hire!

Warehouse Workers:  Savage, Baltimore, Elkridge, Laurel & Jessup, MD areas

Job Duties: include receiving & processing incoming stock & materials,

picking & filling orders from stock, packing & Shipping orders, or managing, organizing

& Retrieving stock in the warehouse.

Manuel Pallet Jack operators, reach truck operators, electric pallet jack operators,

RF Scanners and production line


Must be able to pass criminal background check

Must be able to pass drug test


Production Workers: Immediate positions available – 1st & 2nd shift PRODUCTION positions, LONG TERM

Job Duties: Work in Cold/wet warehouse environment processing fruits & vegetables

Qualifications: Must be able to pass criminal background check

(no felonies, no assault, no handgun/violent crimes,

no theft or multiple misdemeanors and no active cases) and drug test



To schedule an Interview, Please Pre-Register IN PERSON BEFORE August 24, 2018

Monday through Friday – 8:30 – 11:30 am




(In the intersection after green signal turns to red)

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation WARNING PERIOD began on August 15

For Block the Box Violations

Traffic enforcement begins on September 15

No Points, but fine is $ 90



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Mary Pat Clarke

550 City Hall

100 North Holliday Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21202

410-396-4814 office

410-545-7585 fax