Day meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month September through May. Day meetings begin at 10:30 a.m. at the LHWC Clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Rd., Linthicum.
Evening meetings are the 4th Monday of each month during the club year, except for December, at 7 PM unless otherwise noted.
A reminder: Lunch is $5.00 and is collected at lunchtime in October, November, December and February. No charge for pot-luck months, January and April. March: Annual Prayer Breakfast and the annual luncheon in May.
Linthicum Summer Concerts in the Park:
The Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights sponsors the summer Concerts in the Park series. The concerts are every Sunday at 6 PM (unless otherwise noted) from June 22 to August 3 at the Benton Avenue Park. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and dancing shoes! Click the following link for more information http://paalconcerts.org/Schedule-Park.htm
June 22: Christian Contemporary Music + Art in the Park. Members from local Linthicum churches come together to form a contemporary Christian ensemble in its second visit to the Concert in the Park series. The concert will be preceded by the annual Art in the Park crafters fair in Benton Avenue Park, which starts at noon. Join the community for a fun day of art and music.
June 29: The Eastport Oyster Boys: A troupe of Chesapeake Bay Troubadours celebrating life here in the "Land of Pleasant Living" and along the shores of the Chesapeake through song, story and mirth. The Eastport Oyster Boys have been acclaimed as the Musical Goodwill Ambassadors for the city of Annapolis, the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the Chesapeake. This performance includes a tribute to special fan and follower, the late Skip Booth.
July 6: Summer Knights. The Summer Knights Band formed as the Country Knights in 1983. The band plays an eclectic mix of country and rock. Members include "Friendly" Henry Boynton on guitar, mandolin and vocals; John "Rockin' Johnny B" Belville on bass and vocals, and "Mad" Matt Belville on drums and vocals.
July 13: Love Story Duo: The Love Story repertoire includes the jazz hits of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald along with favorites from Motown and soul hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s. With an emphasis on songs that celebrate life and love, the pair fills the evening with the energy of love and connection.
July 20: Bayside Big Band: The Bayside Big Band has been specializing in the big band since 1982. Their repertoire includes many standards from the Big Band era including Count Basie, Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman and the modern sounds of the Tonight Show Orchestra.
July 27: Junkyard Saints + Free Picnic: Baltimore-based Junkyard Saints have performed with such notables as Buckwheat Zydeco, The Iguanas, Marcia Ball and Chuck Brown. The Saints received the Washington Area Music Association's WAMMIE Awards for Artist of the Year 2006 and Best Roots Rock Group 2006-2010. Bandleader Brian Simms was voted Musician of the Year 2009 and nominated for a Grammy in 2009.
August 3: Crabtowne Big Band: An 18-piece swing band that plays a little bit of everything, with a focus on music from the era of Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and Count Basie. It also performs big band arrangements of music of modern pop stars as diverse as Lionel Ritchie, Bobby McFerrin, Barbra Streisand and Brian Setzer.
The following North County High School Students received scholarship awards of One Thousand Dollars each on Thursday May, 22nd: Jamie Tacka, Salisbury University; Sarah Fulton, Anne Arundel Community College; Lauren Watts, Frostburg State University; and Gage Curry, Frostburg State University.
Two other awards were given: Outstanding Male- Robert Reinert and Outstanding Female- Simran Gill.
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