The most difficult column to write is that of the passing of our dear friend, Peter Auchincloss, beloved husband of Lisa, father of Sara and Gabby, grandfather of Hattie, and son of Barbara “BJ.” A better way is to include a link to Peter’s obituary in
This month there were three newly published books authored by Dickeyville residents! New StreetCar Book (with section on Dickeyville by Mike Blair) In Mike’s words: Last year I received a call from Bernie Sachs asking if I could provide any documentation and/or pictures of the StreetCars
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
PARTING SHOTS The following are quotes from previous Dickeyville residents (initials correspond to previous authors listed in previous memoir extracts): Oh Dickeyville, Dickeyville, there’s never been a place like you before, and again, never will! lgw She’s like an old best friend that you know
By Pen Smith Memories from Pen Smith between 1949-1967 My sister Page and I moved with our parents, Bert and Kathryn Smith, from a first floor apartment at once-grand 1310 Eutaw Place in Bolton Hill that was a short walk to and from my father’s job
by Alison Sandlass Car, Henry L. Sandlass, Karen Reese The following untitled piece speaks of my father’s childhood memory of Wetheredsville/Dickeyville, having grown up in nearby Forest Park. The golf course and Hillsdale Road between Maine Avenue and our turf was all woodland then, with
By Lane Harding Psotto, Lisa Zavadil Hennigan & Philip Sleck Memories from Lane Harding Psotto I am Lane Harding Psotto. 2505 Pickwick Road. I remember how much fun to go trick or treating at Hallowen. My memories of Chris and Nancy Taylor. The Lovelace family.
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.