Spring is finally here and it is a perfect time to go walking. Why not join the Freestate Happy Wanderers as they explore Savage for their 30th anniversary Walk and Geocaching Event on May 24. Start any time between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. and end at 4 p.m.
Start at the Savage United Methodist Church, at 9050 Baltimore St. Walk through the Savage area along paths and sidewalk along the Mill and in the Park.
Learn from the Geocaching community what this is and how to use it. Cake will be served to all who attend. Cost is $3. For free brochure and information, call 301-466-4547 before 8 p.m. Go to http://www.mdvolks.org/freestate/ or email email@example.com.
There is a lot going on in Savage. Do not forget the plant sale this weekend. There will be lots to choose from. Herbs, vegetables, perennials and annuals at excellent prices. Come out to the Carroll Baldwin Hall grounds and support the local community association. Sale starts at 9 a.m.
Also, Savage Fest is on June 7 on the grounds of the Carroll Baldwin Hall. It will feature live re-enactments, bands, a magic show, pony rides and petting zoo, a moon bounce and so much more. There are a few booths available for rent, if you are interested. Go to http://www.savagecommunityassociation.com for more information on either of these events.
Resurrection of our Lord Church is having a do-it-yourself parking lot sale on May 24. The cost is $20 a space, $25 with a table and chair. This is a rain or shine event. For more information, contact Connie at 410-792-7982.
The 50+ Center has lots going on in May. On May 9, the center will have a plant and book sale, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. On May 16, starting at 9:45 a.m., the center will have an Art Workshop for Glass Painting. $8 covers all costs.
On May 21, there will be an 11 a.m. blues concert followed by a fish fry. Cost is contribution only. On May 21, there is a question and answer session with Officer Lingham from the Howard County Police in the lobby. Registration is required for all events by calling 410-313-3880.
Hammond High will hold its sport camps for students entering grade 6 through 9. There will be camps for 10 different sports and cost $140 per week. Early registration ends June 1. To learn more about the camps, go to sites.google.com/site/hammondhsboostercamps.
Reservoir High School will hold hold its annual Musical Madness 5K and 1K kids' fun run on May 17 starting at 8 a.m. It includes a post race party with food, prizes and a musical performance by Reservoir students. To go musicalmadness.wikispaces.com for details.
The Atholton Athletic Boosters Summer Sports Camp offer programs for students going into third grade through ninth. The cost is $135 per camp to register. Go to http://www.atholtonboosters.org/athletics/boosters/fundraising/summer-camps to register.