A quick glimpse at one of many activities during the action-packed itinerary this weekend. Previous Dickeyvillians, who spent their childhoods growing up in the village during the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s, gathered for photos at the local church, Dickeyville Memorial Presbyterian Church.
Yes, it is finally happening! The Dickeyville Kids will return to our old haunts. We were friends, acquaintances, baby-sitters, and babies that had sitters, sons, daughters, siblings, and friends. Our memories extend from Victory Gardens by the Dam in the 1940’s to the upheaval of
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
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
Before departing for next month for an Irish tour of the play, “A Time to Speak,” adapted from Helen Lewis’s Holocaust memoir, Joan McCready will give a performance in Mark Luce’s Studio, on Friday, March 31, starting at 7.30pm. Joan’s performance, which has been seen
Previous long-time village resident, Pat Hawthorne is holding an art show/reception next month at the Odd Fellows Hall Gallery. The gallery will also be open in the afternoon of the 22nd in case you can’t make it on Sunday. When: Sunday, April 23rd from 3:00
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
Dear Dickeyvillians, Along with our premier summer event on the July 4th weekend, we hope you’ve enjoyed a wonderful few months of sunshine, beach, lakes, hiking, barbecuing, concerts and fun times with friends and families. Sadly, tomorrow officially signifies the end of summer. But fear
Another perspective on our street party Dinner Dance event held during the recent July 4th Celebrations. Thanks very much to Elliot Greenwald and his drone!
Dickeyville’s July 4th celebrations have a reputation for being epic – the 2016 theme of !!Dickeyville Rocks!! was no exception. Join us for a wander through events of the weekend as captured by new resident and budding photographer, Carlye Brooks in the gallery below, curated by