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The annual Hickory Ridge village-wide yard sales will take place on Sat, September 28, 8 am-noon at homes throughout the village. Look for the red ribbons on local street signs, and click here for a detailed map and list of locations. If you’d like to participate by holding your own yard sale, simply call the office or email email@example.com with your street address no later than September 24.
|On Saturday, October 5 from 9 am—12 pm we will have a shredding truck in the parking lot of The Hawthorn Center. Village residents may bring up to 3 bags or boxes of paper per household for shredding (no business shredding, please). This event is free for Hickory Ridge residents; if you live outside of Hickory Ridge or on an outparcel, you will be charged a $3 fee. Please be prepared to show proof of address.|
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Celebrate Halloween with a very special edition of Family Bingo Night! In addition to bingo, the event will include pumpkin decorating, treats, giveaways and much more. Come in costume for extra fun!
PLEASE NOTE: This event has become so popular that we’re requiring tickets this year to ensure that we don’t exceed capacity. Tickets are $1 for Hickory Ridge residents / $2 non-residents and include 5 Bingo cards. Kids under 2 are free.
Tickets can be purchased at The Hawthorn Center beginning Friday, October 4. At the door they’ll be $3 each and we cannot guarantee availability, so you’re strongly encouraged to come and get them in advance.
If you have any questions, please call the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trick-or-Treat! Kimco Realty and the Village Center merchants will be hosting their annual pre-Halloween event on Wednesday, October 30th at the village center. Enjoy magical entertainment from 5-6 pm followed by trick-or-treating at the village center shops. Stop by the Hickory Ridge table for a special treat too. Wear your costume and bring your treat bag! All children must be accompanied by an adult. The event is FREE and no registration is required. Please Note: This event will take place RAIN OR SHINE.
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