World War II aircraft of the Commemorative Air Force AirPower History Tour will be visiting Martin State Airport in Middle River, MD June 12 – 16 and public tours will be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, FIFI, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, DIAMOND LIL , T-6 Texan, PT-13 Stearman and TBM Avenger.

Rides on these warbirds can be scheduled at The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, first flown in 1942, began active service in the US Army Air Corp in 1944 and is best known as the aircraft whose missions over Japan helped bring an end to World War Ii. DIAMOND LIL was the 26th B-24 of 18, 482 of these aircraft built. The T-6 Texan is the legendary trainer on which WWII aviators learned to fly. The Avenger is the largest single engine bomber built in WWII. The PT-13 trained more crews than any other aircraft during WWII.

Through more than six decades of collecting, and flying World War II aircraft, the CAF has become the world’s largest flying museum with over 170 World War II airplanes supported by 12,000 volunteer members. Nearly all the aircraft are kept in flying condition, enabling people to experience firsthand the sight and sound of vintage military aircraft in flight. The CAF is dedicated to honoring American military aviation through flight, exhibition, education, and remembrance. The Tour Fee of these aircraft includes admission to the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum. For tour information and to schedule a ride on these vintage warbirds visit

Farmer’s Market opening! The Dundalk Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the opening of the farmer’s market. We will open June 15th and close October 26th. SATURDAYS from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The market is located on Shipping Place behind the Post Office, offering you fresh produce, fruit, honey and honey products. When in season, we well have soft crabs.

2019 Kid’s Day at Eastside Church of Christ. 900 Martin Blvd. 21220. 410-931-0148. All are welcome! 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Theme is Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus. Refreshments & Lunch included. Fun, games, and learning for all!

St. Rita’s Annual Shrimp & Bull Roast! St. Rita Parish is sponsoring a Shrimp & Bull Roast to be held at Our Lady of Fatima’s Brother DeSales Hall (6420 E. Pratt Street), (Handicapped Accessible) on Saturday, June 15, 2019, from 6 – 10pm. Menu: Appetizers, Crab Soup Steamed Shrimp, Pit Beef, Pit Turkey, Pit Ham, All-You-Can-Eat Buffet from 6:30 – 9:30 Dessert & Ice Cream Bar. Catering By: Pattycakes. There will be DJ/Dancing/Karaoke/Wheels of Chance/Door Prizes/Chinese Auction/Raffles. Tickets are $50 per person — Tables of 8 are available for $45 per person — Available in advance until June 9.

Call Ruth at 443-790-0390 or the Pastorate Office at 410-284-0388. Tickets will also be available after all Sunday masses at St. Rita. Wheels of Chance….Silent Auction….Door Prizes… Raffles…DJ… Dancing…Great Food! Beer, Wine & Setups Wheels of Chance….Silent Auction….Door Prizes… Raffles…DJ… Dancing…Great Food!

Spaghetti Dinner and Bake Sale! Our Lady of Mt. Carmel — High School Cafeteria. $8 adult and $5 youth 2-10 years. Get tickets from Rebecca 410-299-0660 or Knights of Columbus Hall any Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. or Henry at 410-340-3242. Yummy desserts for sale!

Oliver Beach FREE Concert!! June 17, Rain Date June 18. 7 PM at Robert Oliver Park, corner of Gunpowder & Patapsco Roads.

The Step-brothers, Guitar, Keyboard and Drums. Bring lawn chairs or blanket to sit on and a donation for performers.

Come and enjoy the music!

Please join the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce for an evening of fun and friendship as we celebrate and honor our active military troops and Veterans. Our Star Spangled Celebration: Bull and Shrimp Feast will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at The UAW Hall on Oldham Street. We will be donating a portion of our proceed to Angels Supporting Your Troops, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that sends care packages oversees to our troops.

Our evening will be filled with great food, music, wheels, raffles and more.

Our menu will include: Crab soup, steamed shrimp, pit beef, turkey, Italian sausages, meatballs, shrimp creole, green beans and much, much more. Beer, soda, ice tea and water will be served as well.

Bring your clients, friends and family! We look forward to seeing you there!

Tickets are $45/person.

Oliver Beach FREE Concert!! June 17, Rain Date June 18. 7 PM at Robert Oliver Park, corner of Gunpowder & Patapsco Roads.

Mark Alan, Acoustic Guitar. Bring lawn chairs or blanket to sit on and a donation for performers.

Come and enjoy the music!

Big Bingo Bash! Our Lady Queen of Peace — POPE JOHN PAUL THE GREAT COUNCIL #13859 Presents — Special Saturday — SUMMER FLING BINGO At Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Hall

Admission includes: 16 Regular Cash Games & Old Fashioned Style Fried Chicken Dinner Plus 6 Special Games: Additional Cost. Food & Drinks at Intermission. BINGO Starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets $25 In Advance $30 at the Door. Doors open at 5:15 p.m. for dinner. Dinner Only tickets will be offered. $15 Adults — Children under 10 $10. Under 4 Free. Credit Cards Accepted

Tickets available starting the weekend June 22nd-23rd after all Masses or email Mike Kahl: — 443-676-6460

Patapsco High School Class of 1968 and 1969 50th Year Reunion! 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Boumi Shrine Center at 5050 King Ave. in Rosedale, MD 21237. For more information, please contact Janice (Copeland) Jacksits at 410-335-6624 or Pam (Lewis) Abate at 410-391-9232. or or

Cost per person is $95.00 before September 19. After September 19 cost is $100. Make checks payable to Patapsco Class of 1969. Other Patapsco High alumni and guests are welcome!

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