The Greater Dun­dalk Cham­ber of Com­merce

The Dundalk Eagle - - COMMUNITY CALENDAR -

will host a Farm­ers Mar­ket from 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. This Farm­ers Mar­ket will be held ev­ery Satur­day through­out the sum­mer.

will host Buti Yoga on the Pier from 6-7 p.m., at 8500 Cove Rd. BUTI yoga is a unique prac­tice, known for its car­dio-in­ten­sive bursts of tribal dance, pri­mal

move­ment, and con­di­tion­ing. It’s de­signed to of­fer a calo­rie-scorch­ing, body-sculpt­ing, and dy­namic yoga prac­tice. The word ‘buti’ is a Marathi In­dian term for “the cure to some­thing that’s been hid­den away or kept se­cret. The move­ment in­volved in a BUTI class is de­signed to help ev­ery­one de­velop body con­fi­dence. It will help you fall in love with your work­out, break through emotional and phys­i­cal bar­ri­ers, and trans­form your body.

• Mon­day, Au­gust 31: In­ter­na­tional Over­dose Aware­ness Day is ob­served ev­ery year on Aug. 31. Join us for Over­dose Aware­ness Day with One Voice Re­cov­ery Com­mu­nity Cen­ter of Dun­dalk and Amazin Re­cov­ery Treat­ment Ser­vices. Ed­u­ca­tional re­sources, ven­dors, and light re­fresh­ments will be pro­vided. One Voice Re­cov­ery Com­mu­nity Cen­ter of Dun­dalk is lo­cated at 6718 Ho­labird Ave.

• Sun­day, Septem­ber 6: We Back Blue and lo­cal political ac­tivist Tim Fazen­baker are host­ing a We Back Blue mo­tor­cy­cle ride, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. It will be­gin at 2401 North Point Blvd. This is a ride in honor and sup­port of law en­force­ment. Rid­ers will be meet­ing at 2401 North Point Blvd. (The New Green­room) and leav­ing from there and cir­cling around the belt­way back to start­ing point. (More de­tails to come) You don’t have to ride to come out and show your sup­port. Spon­sored by https://www.face­book. com/we­back­bluemd/ and hosted by Tim Fazen­baker, Mark Ford and The New Green­room. Key pub­lic speak­ers, and the press will be there to high­light the Im­por­tance of this Sup­port. We will have shirts, re­fresh­ments and snacks avail­able.

• Fri­day, Septem­ber 11: Tim Fazen­baker is host­ing a 9/11 Re­mem­brance and Flag Wave cer­e­mony at Es­sex Health Cen­ter, 201 Back River Neck Rd., from 4-7 p.m. He in­vites ev­ery­one to join him as he re­mem­bers the tragic events that hap­pened on Sept. 11, 2001, and to re­mem­ber those who lost their lives that day. • Satur­day, Septem­ber 12: The Watersedge Fall Car Show and Fes­ti­val will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Watersedge Park, 8728 Bell­neck Rd. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have scaled back this year’s Watersedge Fall Fes­ti­val to a 1-day event. Guilty As Charged will on the Bal­ti­more County Stage per­form­ing live rock and roll 10 a.m. — 4 p.m. Dozens of cars will be in at­ten­dance for the car show and mul­ti­ple food trucks will be on site, some craft and ap­parel ven­dors on site as well. There will be no car­ni­val rides this year. Our awe­some event will be back to full scale in 2021. Please fol­low what­ever county rules and reg­u­la­tions that are in ef­fect when the event takes place. Mul­ti­ple car show trophy cat­e­gories are avail­able to en­ter, and dash plaques for the first 50 cars reg­is­tered. Car en­try is $15. Pro­ceeds ben­e­fit the Watersedge Re­cre­ation Coun­cil’s youth pro­grams. Any­one in­ter­ested in be­ing a craft or food ven­dor for this event please con­tact Scott Smith at 410-978-3529 for de­tails. Lo­cal busi­nesses in­ter­ested in spon­sor­ing this event please Call Scott Smith at 410-978-3529 or email smith­lawn­care08@ aol.com.

•Satur­day, Septem­ber 19: Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Com­mu­nity Cleanups is host­ing its Fall His­toric Bread and Cheese Creek Cleanup from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Vol­un­teers are needed for our Fall cleanup of the His­toric Bread and Cheese Creek. Won’t you please vol­un­teer a little of your time from 8 am un­til 2 pm for the Fall Bread and Cheese Creek Cleanup? For the fifth year in a row, we will be run­ning this cleanup in con­junc­tion with the Ocean Conser vancy’s An­nual In­ter­na­tional Coastal Cleanup. We will be tar­get­ing the area of the stream from the Berk­shire Com­mu­nity to North Point Road. Vol­un­teers of all ages and abil­i­ties are needed. Help us re­move the trash be­fore it flows into Back River, the Ch­e­sa­peake Bay and the At­lantic Ocean. Ev­ery piece of trash re­moved is a small vic­tory to be cel­e­brated. We run our cleanups as a fam­ily event with plenty of ways for vol­un­teers to par­tic­i­pate. We wel­come ever y type of per­son of ev­ery abil­ity level to con­trib­ute and as­sist with the cleanup. Though it is true we will need peo­ple to dig out shop­ping carts and haul trash to the dump­sters, we need peo­ple to run water, food, tools, and trash bags (both empty and full) to in­di­vid­u­als in the creek. Peo­ple to sort re­cy­clables from the de­bris re­moved. Peo­ple will be needed to help at reg­is­tra­tion, setup food and snacks as well as many other less stren­u­ous ac­tiv­i­ties. We are also au­tho­rized to sign-off on Com­mu­nity Ser­vice and Ser­vice Learn­ing Hours for stu­dents. The more peo­ple we have, the eas­ier the work will be for ev­ery­one. We will pro­vide lunch and snacks as well as gloves. A lim­ited num­ber of tools are avail­able for sign-out, but sug­gest bring­ing your own if you have them. Since this cleanup cov­ers al­most four miles of stream we are al­ways in des­per­ate need of in­di­vid­u­als with trucks, jeeps and ATV’s wil­ing to haul trash from ex­trac­tion points to the dump­sters. Reg­is­tra­tion will be at 2408 Plain­field Road and will open at 7 a.m. and we will en­ter the stream at 8 a.m. af­ter a brief ori­en­ta­tion. We are also look­ing for pho­tog­ra­pher/videog­ra­pher vol­un­teers to help us doc­u­ment our cleanup as well.

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