After a long hiatus due to Covid, the Civic League-sponsored Holiday Meals for Heroes program is back!
November 28- January 2 you can sign up to provide a lunch or dinner to the firefighters of our community firehouse. This can be a fun and worthwhile activity to do with your family over the holidays! Signing up is easy! Just take a look at the link below to a flyer with all the details. Thanks in advance for your generosity!
Read the flyer here
Many thanks to all who attended in person and via Zoom, as well as representatives of Verizon and City Planning.
Verizon’s PowerPoint presentation here Verizon 5G presentation 11/3/21
Guest Speakers: Paul Plymouth of Verizon, Matt DeSantis of City Planning, Steve Witkowski and Andreas Andreou.
And as promised during the same meeting, a link to the recent Study on the Falls/No Parkway corridor pending funding https://transportation.baltimorecity.gov/fallsnorthernstudy
Mark your calendars! November Civic League meeting is this Wednesday, 11/3 at 7PM! In person at the Presbyterian Church (basement meeting space) or via Zoom link (below). Meeting agenda is here
**Of note, there will be an important discussion about Verizon’s plan for 5G towers to be placed in the community. Reps from Verizon and Baltimore City Planning will be present via Zoom to talk about plans and take questions. This is our opportunity to get information and ask quesiton! Please plan to attend and provide your input!
RPCL November Meeting
Time: Nov 3, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting:
The October Civic League Meeting is tomorrow! Join us in person in the basement meeting room at the Presbyterian Church, or if you prefer, via Zoom! There is a lot on the agenda to discuss!
We are fortunate to have Delegates Rosenberg and Bridges as well as Senator Carter joining us.
Meeting agenda is here
Join the Civic League and Greater Roland Park community on the patio at the Ivy Bookshop (5928 Falls Road) to hear Dr. Paige Glotzer talk about her book “How the Suburbs were Segregated” and engage the audience in discussions to better understand the ways in which our past shapes the present with regard to economic and social inequities. Wednesday, October 13th at 7:00PM.
The event with Dr. Glotzer kicks off the Civic League’s new Speaker Series. On November 4th, Chris Shorter, Baltimore’s first City Administrator will speak at the Roland Park Library. This event begins at 6:30PM.
Information on Dr. Glotzer and the event is here
The Roland Park Civic League is excited to announce the first annual September Socials!
Outdoor gatherings will take place in each of the six Roland Park plats, all hosted by Civic League board members! Join your neighbors and friends and toast the spirit of our community! Here is the schedule of socials by plat:
Plat 1: 9/12, 5-7pm. Hosted by Ann-Barron Carneal, 4717 Keswick Road.
Plat 1: 9/19 2-4pm. Hosted by Mary Kay Battafarano and Margaret Black, 4511 Roland Avenue.
Plat 2: 9/25 5-7pm. Hosted by Steve Ralston, 203 Goodwood Gardens
Plat 3: 9/26 3-5pm. Hosted by Ken Rice, 6 Longwood Road
Plat 4: 9/19 2-4pm: Hosted by Bobby Marinelli, 4328 Roland Court
Plats 5 City/County: 9/12 3-5pm: Hosted by Andy Niazy, in Centennial Park
Plat 6: 9/25 2-4pm: Hosted by David Blumberg, 5405 Falls Road Terrace
Soft drinks are being provided by Eddie’s of Roland Park!
Wine is being provided by The French Paradox in Stevenson!
Follow updates here on the website, or on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Next Door Roland Park)
Join us for the long-awaited return to an indoor Civic League meeting! Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 8th at 7PM. Presbyterian Church on Roland Avenue in the basement meeting room.
There will also be a Zoom link for those that prefer to join remotely. Tony Foreman of Foreman-Wolf restaurant group will kick off the Civic League Speaker Series! He will discuss how his restaurants have been adjusting during the pandemic.
Meeting agenda is here
Here is the Zoom link: Note the passcode is RPCL!