All proceeds will benefit the Liberty High School instrumental music program.
If you need more information, call Kathy Naviasky at 410-241-2515 or Mary Llewellyn at 410-804-3482.
Having a Spring Fling
Feeling festive? It's time for the Spring Fling at the Sykesville-Freedom District fire company.
From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 2, the fire company grounds at 6680 Sykesville Road, Sykesville, will be a beehive of activity. The main focus will be on the many spaces devoted to crafts, vendors, flea market items and local businesses.
The fire company will be offering up "attic treasures," what some might call "yard sale stuff." Ellen Dix, who is managing the attic treasures, said that the first 15 people who come to her and say "fire department" or spend $5 or more will get to pick a free item from anything available, excepted the reserved (high-ticket) items.
Admission is completely free, but you'll want to bring along some money for shopping and eating.
There will be a variety of food concessions.
Fire company volunteers will be serving up hamburgers and hot dogs. The Freedom District Lions Club and the fire company will be making a joint effort to serve up roadside-style barbecued chicken with applesauce, a roll and butter. The chicken will be available for eat-in or takeout.
Although you probably won't be eating them on-site, you'll be able to buy bags of Vidalia onions from the Freedom District Lions Club.
The Road Runners Auto Club of Maryland will be "Cruisin' at the Spring Fling." All car enthusiasts are welcome to come and go throughout the day.
Entertainment and a moon bounce will also be on hand.
If you have something to sell or promote, now's your chance: Spring Fling still has 24-foot by 24-foot spaces available for $25 per space, and there's still time to make a reservation.