Category Archives: DCA News

A New Look for Dickeyville Entrance

As you enter Wetheredsville Road from Forest Park, a look to the left will spy a large garden abloom with many new plants. After passing the old garden for years and sighing at how unkempt it looked, the Dickeyville Garden Club (DGC) decided it was

Baltimore Heritage Tour comes to Dickeyville

The Baltimore Heritage Spring Walk, held this year in Dickeyville on 13th May, was a great success. Despite the likelihood of rain on the morning of the walk, about 30 people followed Mike Blair around the village as he told stories of the historically significant

Eat your Garden – Children’s Workshop

Hosted by the Dickeyville Garden Club.  The children of Dickeyville are invited to a special afternoon of learning about herbs.   WHEN: May 21st – 2pm Limited numbers, must RSVP to Amy Cyman by May 13th. Further details available in the email notice from DCA President

Councilman Kristerfer Burnett visits DCA Meeting

The Dickeyville Community Association meeting in January featured guest speaker, Councilman Kristerfer Burnett. Our new District 8 City Council, Kristerfer Burnett, stopped by to introduce himself and his two assistants. He led an enthusiastic discussion of his goals and let us know he is available and

Inspiring presentation on Paralympics by David McCrae

In October, as part of Dickeyville’s Lecture Series, we were honored to learn about David McCrae’s personal experiences during his international volleyball career.  The Dickeyville resident is a long time Paralympic Games representative and multiple Olympic Games organizer. His presentation covered the evolution of disability

Trash Talking

Forest Park Avenue is the only way to enter either end of the historic village of Dickeyville.  Unfortunately, that stretch of road accumulates significant trash; from general litter to hubcaps and fender bender debris. In previous years, community stalwarts have done their best to volunteer

Working together for greater village liveability

Dickeyville has seen a revival of young families during the past few years and the village is buzzing with renewed energy; both older and younger residents alike.  This has also resulted in the frequent crossing of Forest Park Road at Pickwick Road by residents on foot, on bikes, with prams

A big weekend ahead for Dickeyvillians…

Can You Feel The Surge? We are just one week away from our wonderful village July 4th Celebrations, with this year theme of !!!Dickeyville Rocks!!! What’s happening now? The 2016 T-shirts are coming in next week Jack is busy printing tickets and lasering wine glasses and flutes Tyson