The second Dickeyville Arts Festival was a roaring success! Bravo Joan McCready and the dedicated organizing committee! More details to come. For now, some photos from the action-packed itinerary.
A new theme for Ladies Night this month, hosted by Anne Puckett. Great fun had by all!
By David McCrae It’s widely known that the golf tournament element of the annual Dickeyville July 4th celebrations had been historically organized by our beloved unofficial Mayor of Dickeyville, Peter Auchincloss. After Peter’s tragic sudden passing in 2018, it was an automatic decision of the
Fireworks, rain storms, friendship, trash wheel families, and more! What can we say aside from THANK YOU to all our friends and neighbors for a most spectacular Fourth of July?! The five – yes five – days of celebration started strong with the loveliest riverside
Hello neighbors! This month, 7/14, the kids of Dickeyville hosted a lemonade stand to raise funds for immigrant families at the border. Donations went to a coalition of organizations helping with legal services and other forms of aid, including The Florence Project, ACLU, Kids in
Written by Joan McCready Dickeyville is a village of artists. It was such a pleasure to showcase some of them and their work at Dickeyville’s first Fall Arts Festival, held during September 21-23rd, 2018. What a success it was! There was a wonderful sense of
Dickeyvillians sure know how to celebrate in style! The “Summer Camp” themed July 4th was a fabulous long weekend filled with activities for young kids, big kids, new neighbors, long-timers, and previous residents who couldn’t resist coming back. Fun-Filled Weekend The action-packed event schedule included:
In the traditional supportive style of this village, a hardy band of Dickeyville patriots gathered, somewhat spontaneously, this past Monday on Presidents’ Day, to celebrate our new President. Not as some may assume, “the small-handed one” from a district south of Baltimore, but the celebrated
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