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Enjoy a delicious lunch while learning about
WILLS AND ESTATES IN MARYLAND
with Anne Dodd, Chief Judge of
The Orphans’ Court for Howard County.
Did you know that in Howard County, The Orphans’ Court is probate court? Come learn why the court is so named, along with important information such as what constitutes a legal will, how estates are administered and what to do if a loved one dies. There will be plenty of time for your questions!
$5 per person, payable at the door.
Registration required – please call the village office at 410-730-7327.
Have you installed a rain garden on your property? Learn how to keep it functioning properly at this FREE seminar hosted by the Hickory Ridge Watershed Committee on Thursday, March 28 at 7pm at The Hawthorn Center.
Jenny Wienckowski, a Landscape Architect from Howard Eco-Works, will share easy approaches for maintaining your rain garden with minimal work. She will help you identify your plants and advise you how to keep them healthy. If some of your plants didn’t make it through the winter, she’ll recommend others to replace them. Jenny will instruct you so that your garden continues to keep harmful polluntants out of our streams while ensuring your own lawn is not eroded.
This event is free and open to all! RSVP is appreciated: please email email@example.com or call 410-730-7327.
Help us to keep Hickory Ridge looking great by participating in Columbia Cleanup Day! Residents of all 10 villages will spend the morning cleaning up public Open Space areas on Saturday, March 30. This is a great community service activity for scouts, families, and anyone else who cares about our village!
Check in at The Hawthorn Center between 9 and 10am – we’ll provide gloves, trash bags, snacks, and a thank you gift. Be sure to wear appropriate clothing & footwear.
Please RSVP if you’re bringing a group; otherwise just show up!
Questions? Contact Alex at 410-730-7327 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Wednesday, May 15 from 11:30 am—1 pm for our semi-annual 50+ lunch at The Hawthorn Center. Enjoy a delicious deli-style lunch along with fabulous entertainment from oldies variety duo Rearview Mirror. Mixing music with comedy, dancing and more, this popular duo promises a performance that’s fun for all.
$5 per person, pay at the door.
Registration required by May 8th: please call the village office at 410-730-7327 or email email@example.com.
Oldies Variety duo Rearview Mirror: Iris Hirsch and Glenn Bullion
Learn more at www.rearviewmirrorduo.com
Learn how to create and maintain beautiful landscapes that require less mowing and fewer chemicals at this FREE seminar on Monday, September 16*, 7-9 pm at The Hawthorn Center. Climate-friendly landscapes not only reduce erosion and flooding, they also filter water and remove pollutants, making them increasingly important as heavy rainfall becomes more frequent in Maryland. The presenter, Dr. Sara Via, is a frequent speaker on climate change and sustainable gardening who will make the science behind the solutions interesting and entertaining.
Brought to you by the Hickory Ridge Watershed Advisory Committee
This event is free and open to all! Registration appreciated by 9/13: please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-730-7327.
*The LOG listed Septemeber 16th as a Wednesday. The date was correct, but it should have said Monday. We apologize for the error!
Help us to keep our village looking beautiful! We’re looking for volunteers to help us remove invasive plants from the grounds of the Hawthorn Center and expand the Native Plant Garden in front of the facility. Learn about the invasive species we are removing and which native plants can be suitable for dry shade areas. Gloves and tools will be provided.
Please Preregister at tinyurl.com/WACevents
Note: Light rain won’t deter us, but in case of inclement weather, call the village office for the event’s status.
The Hickory Ridge Watershed Advisory Committee, or WAC, is a volunteer-led effort of the Hickory Ridge Community Association. The mission of the WAC is to enhance watershed awareness and educate residents of Hickory Ridge Village on opportunities and concerns related to the local watersheds.
Biweekly, members of the Hickory Ridge Watershed Advisory Committee will go out walking to check on the Open Space paths and streets and pick up trash where needed. We will be happy to talk about stream conditions and invasive species and storm water issues as well. If you want to make a difference, this is one easy way to do it with just an hour or so of your time.
Our first planned date is Monday, September 23, 2019. We will meet at the Hawthorn Center at 9am. If you can join us, please register at tinyurl.com/WACevents so we know you’re coming.
If you are interested in joining us on a future walk, or if you’d like us to focus on a trouble spot in your neighborhood, please let us know! You can use the registration link above, or email email@example.com.
Unsure of what you can throw in the blue bins? Well, you are not alone! Changes in recycling policy have made things confusing for even the most conscientious recyclers. Join us on Monday, November 4, 7-9 pm at The Hawthorn Center for a FREE seminar presented by Mark DeLuca, Chief of the Howard County Bureau of Environmental Services who will answer your questions about what can and can’t be recycled in your curbside bins, and what to do with items that seem too large for the curb.
Free gift for all attendees!
Registration appreciated by October 31 – call 410-730-7327 or visit tinyurl.com/WACevents
Join us for a delicious hot lunch paired with important information for your life! Officers from the Howard County Police Department will give a presentation about common scams and frauds, and how to reduce your chances of becoming a victim.
$5 per person, payable at the door.
Registration required – please call the village office at 410-730-7327 or email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, November 25