DUNDALK-pATAPSCO nECK

HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM, Inc.

Dundalk's Past...  Informing Its Future.

4 Center Place, Dundalk, MD 21222       410.284.2331

Historical Society Earns Awards from Chamber, Renaissance Corp.

The Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum was awarded recently for its work in the community. Society representatives accepted a Milestone Award from the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation on September 20, followed two weeks later by a Dundalk Chamber of Commerce Business Service Award.

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Teacher's Resources Available for

Battle of North Point Lesson Plan

A lesson plan and links to teaching resources are available for teachers to use to help their students understand the importance of the Battle of North Point and its role in the War of 1812.

Links connect to the National Park Service, Star-Spangled 200, ThinkPort.org, and other online resources.

Click here to connect to the Teaching Resources page.

The New 2014 Christmas Ornament is now available and on sale at the Society. Call 410-284-2331 for details

The speaker for November 10 meeting is Tony Gibson, from the Veterans Administration in Baltimore. He will speak on his work, over the past 16 years, on the issues of homeless veterans.

The November meeting will be held at at 7 pm the Society, 4 N. Center Place, a week early because of Veterans Day and to allow time for construction of the annual train garden. Defenders Day, our open house week and the much delayed Flea Market were all successful. We will participate in DRC's Funfest this week. We are participating with the Chamber of Commerce and will accept donations for their food drive, at the Society.  The train garden to open December 6, same day as the Parade and cookie tour. Luminary night is Dec 20.

Dundalk Historical Society members took part in the annual Fall Fest organized by numerous local groups. The October 25 event featured a pumpkin patch and plenty of Halloween costumes. Enjoying the fun were Joe and Suzanne Stadler, and Rose Benton (r).

Society President Jean Walker graciously accepted the honors, referring to the Historical Society as "Dundalk's Attic." She is pictured above (3rd from right) with other business award recipients.