Calendar

Events in February–March 2023

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January 30, 2023
January 31, 2023

February

February 1, 2023
February 2, 2023(1 event)

7:00 pm: Monthly Meeting


February 2, 2023

Heritage Society Monthly Meetings

We meet the first Thursday of the month from 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. in the back meeting room.
Parking is available in behind the building.
If the meeting is canceled we will send an email. Cancelled meetings are rescheduled for the following Thursday.
Become a member!

Directions/Contact

Location: 516 Eastern Blvd, Essex, Maryland 21221
Phone: (443) 579-5266
Email: info@essexmuseum.com

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February 15, 2023(1 event)

7:00 pm: Streetcars in Baltimore and Beyond


February 15, 2023

Streetcars in Baltimore and Beyond
Wednesday, February 15, 7 pm

Please join us at the Heritage Society of Essex and Middle River Museum for the first Speaker Series of 2023. Fr. Kevin Mueller, a longtime member of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum and streetcar enthusiast, will talk about the streetcar system that we had and what made it go away. He will also discuss cities that still have streetcars to this day. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Visitors are welcome to tour the Museum after the talk.

February 16, 2023
February 17, 2023
February 18, 2023(1 event)

11:00 am: Museum Tours and Open House


February 18, 2023


Museum Tours and Open House

Saturday, February 18, 11 am to 1 pm
This will be our first opening since the December Holiday Open House. Stop by for a tour or to browse our gift shop.

February 19, 2023
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March

March 1, 2023
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March 8, 2023
March 9, 2023(1 event)

7:00 pm: Monthly Meeting


March 9, 2023

Heritage Society Monthly Meetings

We meet the first Thursday of the month from 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. in the back meeting room.
Parking is available in behind the building.
If the meeting is canceled we will send an email. Cancelled meetings are rescheduled for the following Thursday.
Become a member!

Directions/Contact

Location: 516 Eastern Blvd, Essex, Maryland 21221
Phone: (443) 579-5266
Email: info@essexmuseum.com

March 10, 2023
March 11, 2023(1 event)

11:00 am: Open House


March 11, 2023

Open House
Saturday, March 11, 11 am to 1 pm
Stop by for a tour or to browse our gift shop.

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April

April 1, 2023
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10 thoughts on “Calendar”

  1. Hello from a native Essex boy. My name is Charlie Kostos, I grew up at 11 Homberg Ave & worked at Raymond’s Men’s Store on Eastern Ave in Essex . I thought that Mac Donald’s opened on New Eastern ave between Stemmers Run school
    & Middlesex Shopping Center back in the 60’s ?? Does anyone remember ? Thanks I remember Hollywood Park and a lot of great memories

    1. Hi Charlie!

      I was born in 1940 at Old Eastern Ave. about 1/4 mile from Josenhand’s corner. My first job as a stock boy at S. S. Kresge’s variety store in Middlesex Shopping Center, between from 1956 to 1958. I’m thinking of visiting soon again for a lot of memories I had up to about 1969.
      Jim Williams 301-938-4412

    2. There was definitely a Gino’s there. I think it was Gino’s #1. #2 was on Pulaski Highway near the City line.

      1. Definitely a Gino’s. My Dad used to work there while he was a student at Kenwood HS. C/O 1965!

    3. Hi Charlie…it was a Gino’s in front of Stemmers Run. One of the earliest fast food joints…it may have become a Mcdonalds subsequently. Nice to know you are alive and kicking. Larry Vincent, also a Raymond’s alumni.

      1. I believe I remember the Gino’s from the 70’s. I don’t think there was a McDonald’s in that spot. It’s been a Dunkin’ Donuts for decades.

    4. My sister was born in 1946 she went to the Hollywood Club every weekend she’s 9yrs older than me. She has very fun memories of it. I lived in Essex from 1974-1997

      1. This is Debra Remember Arthur Treacher fish & chips. Maria’s carry out & deli on South Marilyn used to get sliced roast beef for my husband every saturday.and Middlesex shopping center was nice & quiet back then with Pantry Pride grocery & Montgomery wards outlet later replaced by JJ Newberry small like Dept store & many other very needed shops

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