Annual elections for R.S. Little League Oct. 9 The board of directors for the Rising Sun Little League will hold their annual elections for the Board of Directors at 300 Kirks Court, Rising Sun at 6 p.m. Anyone who is interested in serving the Board of this league should come to the meeting. The public is invited. 2nd Wednesday Dinner held October 10 The West Nottingham Presbyterian Church will hold the dinner from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The menu is meatloaf, mashed potatoes, salad, a vegetable, dessert and beverage. The cost is $5 a person and $10 a family. The church is located at 1195 Firetower Road in Colora. Call 410-658- 6366 x21 for more information. Buffet breakfast to be held October 13 The Harmony Masonic Lodge will hold the breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. at 1510 Tome Highway in Port Deposit. Cost is $8 for adults and $4 for children. Homecoming to be celebrated Oct. 14 Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, located at 310 Pilottown Road in Peach Bottom, Pa. invites the public to the homecoming service at 11 a.m. A lunch will follow the service. Designer Bags Bingo held October 14 The Ladies Auxiliary of the North East Fire Company will host the event with doors opening at 2 p.m., early birds at 2:45 p.m. and games beginning at 3 p.m. Advance tickets are $20 and at the door are $25 (includes six cards for each of the 20 games and 1 jackpot card). Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Contact Ruth Gonce at 302-528-8366 or Penny Stewart 443-466-3237 for advance tickets or information. Held at 210 S. Mauldin Ave. in North East. History of Star Roses held Oct. 16 The Oxford Area Historical Association will present "Why can't we grow roses?" (Elisabeth Jackson Dingee, 1868): The History of Star Roses in West Grove." The speaker will be Scott Steele and the event will be held at the Oxford Presbyterian Church Hall on Pine Street in Oxford at 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9 AFTERNOON ACADEMY: Chemistry - Will be held at the Rising Sun Library at 1:30 p.m. Program includes educational ac- tivities for teens in a homeschool or non-traditional school setting. For ages 11 to 17. TECH TUESDAY - Held at the Elkton Library at 3:30 p.m. Dis- cover and create with new technologies like Sphero robots, LEGO We-Do, snap circuits, virtual reality and more. For ages 11 to 17. RISING SUN FIRE COMPANY: "Touch-a-Truck" - Held at the Rising Sun Library at 5 p.m. The Rising Sun Fire Department will teach families about fire prevention and safety. Fire fighters will demonstrate special equipment and give a tour of a real fire truck. THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF AU- GUSTINE HERMAN - Held at the Chesapeake City Library at 6:30 p.m. Learn about the legend of Augustine Herman and the history of Bohemia Manor from local historian, MaryAnna Tay- lor. WATER GARDENS WITH MARK DOBBINS - Held at the North East Library at 6:30 p.m. Mark Dobbins, President of the Elkton and North East Wa- tershed Association, talks about the natural beauty of our local Chesapeake communities and the water garden in downtown North East. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 WILDLIFE ADVENTURES: Reading to Rabbits - Held at Chesapeake City at 3:30 p.m. Practice your reading skills by reading to rabbits and turtles. Bring a book or use a library book. For ages four to 11. LIGHTENING, TWISTERS, AND HAIL-OH MY - Held at the Perryville Library at 4 p.m. Investigate the power of storms and even create snow with the Franklin Institute. For ages six to 11. DISCOVER MAGNETS - Held at the Cecilton Library at 4 p.m. Experiment with magnetic force through a variety of hands-on- activities. For ages four to eight. SCIENCE CAFE: Meet a Veterinarian - Held at the Rising Sun Library at 6 p.m. In collaboration with Cecil County Animal Services, it's Be Kind to Animals month. Meet local veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Howell of Homeward Bound Veterinary Clinic and get answers to your pet questions. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 FORENSIC SCIENCE INVESTIGATIONS - Held at the Cecilton Library at 4 p.m. Learn about forensics while trying to figure out "whodunit" using fingerprinting, handwriting and splatter analysis. For ages 11 to 17. TAG (Teen Advisory Group) - Held at the Rising Sun Library at 6 p.m. Are you looking to make a difference in your library? Have your voice heard, plus hang out with other teens and earn volunteer hours. For grades nine to 12. APPALACHIAN MIGRATION TO CECIL COUNTY - Held at the Perryville Library at 6:30 p.m. Local historian Emily Kilby will present the story of the great 20th century migration from Appalachia to Cecil County. PAWS for Reading - Held at the Elkton Library at 6:30 p.m. Practice your reading skills by reading to a specially trained therapy dog. Bring your own book, or select one at the library. For ages four to 11.
Cecil County 4-H Open House to be held Oct. 18 The public is invited to come as clubs and projects will be showcased. The open house will be held at the Cecil County Administration Building, Elk Room, 200 Chesapeake Blvd., in Elkton.
Luncheon to be held October 18 St. Agnes will hold the luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with the menu of lasagna, Tuscan soup (sausage and kale), salad and dressing, Italian bread, rice pudding. Carry out orders are available the day of by calling 410-658-9422. The church is located at 150 S Queen Street in Rising Sun. A good will offering will be accepted.
"An Evening in Venice" held October 20 Mount Aviat Academy will host the event at 6 p.m. Tickets include appetizers and dinner from the Chesapeake Inn. There will be a cash bar, silent and live auctions will include items for all tastes and price ranges. Tickets are $60 each. To see list of auction items or to purchase tickets visit http://mtaviat.ejoinme.org/ 2018 or contact Mrs. Mackie at 410-398-2206 ext. 213.
Family Fun Night to be held October 20 Oxford United Methodist Church invites you to come and join the FUN "trick or treating" from 6 to 7:45 p.m. There will be games, activities, and treats for children 12 years and younger (with a parent or guardian). Dress in costume and bring a bag for your treats. The church is located at 18 Addison Street in Ox- ford, Pa.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 MORNING ACADEMY: The Art of Storytelling - Held at the Elkton Library at 11 a.m. Educational stories and activities for homeschoolers and other children in non-traditional school settings. For ages six to 11. LIBRARY AFTER HOURS - Held at the Elkton Library at 6 p.m. "Old Line Plate" blogger Kara Mae Harris will discuss Maryland's unique culinary history. Find new cookbooks and culinary nonfiction after the presentation with our book concierge. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 PETS-A-PALOOZA - Held at the Elkton Library at 10 a.m. Meet and greet local pet owners and their pets while learning all types of animals and local services for pets, including pet adoption, the pet pantry and animal related jobs. In partnership with Cecil County Animal Services. ENGINEERING CHALLENGE: KEVA Plank Structures - Held at the Port Deposit Library at 11 a.m. Discover what you can de- sign and construct with these amazing building tools. For ages six to 11. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 AFTERNOON ACADEMY: Mini Masterpieces - Held at the Perryville Library at 1 p.m. Explore the styles of several world-renowned contemporary artists and make your own mini 2D and 3D masterpieces inspired by their work. For ages 11 to 17. TEEN SPOTLIGHT - Held at the North East Library at 3:30 p.m. Read any book matching, this month's theme, then discuss with the group. Activity or experiment follows. Snacks served. For ages 11 to 17. PAYING FOR COLLEGE - Held at the Rising Sun Library at 6p.m. Veteran higher education and finance journalist, Kim Clark, will share her secrets for getting the best financial aid package possible. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 OWL PELLET DISSECTION - Held at the Chesapeake City Li- brary at 4 p.m. Dissect an owl pellet to reveal the hunting and eating habits of owls. For ages 11 to 17. ENGINEERING CHALLENGE: KEVA Plank Structures - Held at the Perryville Library at 6p.m. Discover what you can design and construct with these amazing building tools. For ages six to 11.
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