April 1, 2016

Creative Connections: An Inside Look at Community Outreach

Editor’s Note: A chance connection through AirBnB brought Jill Collier Warne and her family to stay with Susan and me for a week while she was here for work. During their stay, she kindly invited us to attend the […]
April 1, 2016

Rutter’s Mill Park Gets a Makeover

By Coleen McCarty and Susan Badder A quiet oasis of mature trees and lush greenery, Rutter’s Mill Park is a reminder of the natural landscape that once existed there. In the late-18th century, Bolton Hill was open […]
April 1, 2016

Second Party with a Purpose

It’s time for a stoop party! Please join the Social Action Task Force (SATF) for our second Party with a Purpose (read about the first one here) on Saturday, April 16th at 11:30 am. We’ll be […]
April 1, 2016

Join in the Boundary Block Party

By David Nyweide So you live in Bolton Hill. How often do you venture west of Eutaw Place?  Maybe you go to the post office every so often. You might not think that there’s much else to draw you to […]
April 1, 2016

Ragtime Opens April 15

Mark your calendars and be sure to attend a performance of Memorial Players’ spring musical, Ragtime, based on the novel by E. L. Doctorow. This musical sings of the American dream, full of love, hope, possibilities, […]
April 1, 2016

Vote. Please, Vote.

Maryland’s primary elections are this month, and they are big ones. Cast your vote for president (yes, that president), senator, mayor and more. The voter registration deadline is April 5. Go online to the Board of Elections website […]
April 1, 2016

Walking Tour of Bolton Hill

Baltimore Heritage will be leading a walking tour of Bolton Hill on Saturday, April 30. Founded in 1960, Baltimore Heritage is the city’s nonprofit historic and architectural preservation organization. Managed since 2003 by executive director and Bolton […]
April 1, 2016

Planning for BoltonStock 2016

Planning has started for BoltonStock 2016, and the date has been set: June 25 from 6–9 pm. You may remember that last year, when the City pulled the plug on the annual neighborhood June band concert […]
April 1, 2016

The Bulletin’s Spring Photo Contest

The theme for our first Bulletin Photo Contest was spring. March’s weather responded perfectly to our choice, providing displays of color and light that morphed before our eyes. Being rule-breakers at heart, for this first contest […]
April 1, 2016

Garden Club Accepting Grant Applications

The Bolton Hill Garden Club is now accepting greening grant applications; the deadline is May 1. The purpose of the Bolton Hill Garden Club Green Space Grants Program is to help fund public space greening projects within Bolton […]
April 1, 2016

New Hopes Build for State Center

For years, the State Center Neighborhood Alliance, in various forms, has been working hard to ensure that the neighbors bordering this large parcel benefit from its development. Their ten years of work finally may be coming […]
April 1, 2016

Fitzgerald Park Needs Your Help

For years, Andrew Fontanella and Charles Holman have taken the lead on maintaining F. Scott Fitzgerald Park at the corner of Bolton and Wilson Streets. Under their guidance, the park has become a neighborhood gem. Last fall, […]
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