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EVENTS
november
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Crabtree & Evelyn ­ Meet the Rep.
Village Peddler Attic, 2424 Whiteford Rd.,
Whiteford. Enter to win a free gift.
410.452.0800
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Christmas Open House
Baskets & Blooms Country Store, 3822
Conowingo Rd., Darlington. Storewide
savings on holiday items, prints, décor and
more!
410.457.5600
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Family Comedy Magic Show
Bel Air Armory, 37 N. Main St., Bel Air.
3pm (doors open 2:30pm) Magic and
illusions for the entire family. Sponsored
by the Greater Bel Air Community
Foundation.
410.879.9292 ˇ www.gbacf.org
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G.A.I.N. Basket Bingo
St. Matthews Lutheran Church, 1200
Churchville Rd., Bel Air. Doors open
6pm; Bingo starts 7pm. Benefits G.A.I.N,
Harford County Geriatric Assistance and
Information Network. $15. Jennifer Rowson
jenniferrowson@aol.com
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Deer Creek Overlook Bridal Fair
6 Cherry Hill Rd., Street. 1-5pm. Visit
with some of the area's best wedding
professionals. Enjoy tastings, gowns, door
prizes and more plus check out a variety
of offerings to complement an outdoor
experience. Denise Sawyers
410.838.5464
www.deercreekoverlook.com
17-Dec. 19
Applewood Farm
Christmas Season
Applewood Farm, 4435 Prospect Rd.,
Whiteford. Sat.& Sun, 10am-4pm.
Christmas Trees, petting zoo, hay rides, train
ride.
443.417.6329 ˇ www.applewoodfarm.org
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Girls Night Out
Downtown Bel Air. 5-8pm.
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Kaleidoscope of Cultures
HCC, Chesapeake Theater. 6-8pm. Annual
celebration for International Education
Week 2010 will feature 3 outstanding
performances by culturally diverse artists
with free interactive workshops. Proceeds
benefit the HCC Foundation, Inc.
Scholarshop for International Students.
Adults, $3; Youth Free. Stephanie Hallock
443.412.2211
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Dear Santa Night ­
Brighton Wish List
HeartBeat, 13 N. Main St., Bel Air. 5-8pm
during Girl's Night Out. Stop in an make
your Wish List.
410.420.0425
www.heartbeatbelair.com
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BEFORE THEIR TIME:
A series of incidents claimed the lives of three
Harford County youths in late September and
early October. On Sept. 17, 14-year-old Joey
D'Entremont of Bel Air was struck and killed
by a vehicle while attempting to cross the
intersection of Route 24 at Red Pump Road in
Forest Hill, sparking an outpouring of support
from the
Fallston High School community.
Later, the
Harford Community College athletic
community mourned the loss of Devonte
Bundley, a freshman basketball player who died
Oct. 1 after collapsing at practice. Finally, on
Oct. 2, 16-year-old Shakir Wingate of Edgewood
was gunned down while sitting in his car,
allegedly by Michael Jones Jr., 18, also of
Edgewood. A clear motive had not been
established as of press time, though authorities
said Wingate and Jones appeared to have a
personal issue with each other.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
IN EDGEWOOD:
Edgewood's old high school building has been
replaced, but not forgotten. View photos and
share in the memories of former Edgewood
students and staff, in a two-part series on the
original Home of the Rams. What was
Edgewood High School like when it first
opened in 1954? Which former students started
their path to fame at Edgewood High? Which
staff members made a love connection? Find all
these answers and more on The Dagger.
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