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Punkins will again be chunkin' at Clark's Elioak Farm [Elkridge]

Fall is finally in the air and as the days grow cooler, the idea of bonfires, cider and a hayride through the pumpkin patch comes to mind. No matter how you slice it, early fall is a busy time for the Elkridge community. Enjoy.

Clark's Elioak Farm is in full swing for the fall season, offering hayrides, tours through the remnants of the Enchanted Forest, pumpkins for sale and even punkin chunkin' after the Halloween holiday. Admission to the farm is $5 per person and there is an additional charge for some of the attractions.

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Punkin' Chunkin' will take place the weekend of Nov. 1, so hurry and make your plans to see your pumpkins fly out of the catapult. This is truly an opportunity for all ages and is sure to bring the youth out in the old.

For more information, contact the farm at 410-730-4049 or go to its website.

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On Friday, Nov. 7, Grace Episcopal Church will hold its annual Spaghetti Dinner with a Bake Sale and a Silent and Live Auction. Dinner is from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, with the live auction following. Adults $10, Children (4-10) $5, Children 3 and younger free.

There will be children's activities during the auction. Grace Parish Hall is located at 6725 Montgomery Road, Elkridge. For more information, call 410-796-3270.

If you couldn't make it to the County Executive Candidate Forums, you can still catch up with what Elkridge has to say about the elections during the Greater Elkridge Community Association's next meeting on Nov. 20 at 7pm at Pfeiffer's Corner School House, 6109 Rockburn Branch Park Road, Elkridge. Come out and get involved with your fellow Elkridgians as they discuss matters that face the community at large.

If you'd like to get involved with the association as a volunteer, email the organization's president at GECAPresident@outlook.com or call him, Doug Kornreich, directly at 410-379-6459.

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Also, you can see what a difference a community organization can make by going to its website for the news, upcoming events and membership possibilities at geca-elkridge.org/home.asp.

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