🌱 Halloween Happenings + Accident Leaves Two Injured

Rise and shine, Glen Burnie! Here’s everything you need to know to get this Tuesday started off right.


First, today’s weather:

More clouds than sun. High: 71 Low: 62.


Here are the top stories in Glen Burnie today:

  1. Getting spooky: Anne Arundel residents are ready for Halloween to be back this year with costumes, candy and parties. Halloween celebrations were different last year due the COVID-19 pandemic. Kids had to do Halloween car parades, online events and parents had to be creative to keep the kids festivities indoors. This year as the regulations are getting smooth, kids, adult and spooky lovers are getting back in the stores to purchase their favorite costumes, buying candy to wait for all the trick-or-treaters and have fun at parties. Glen Burnie has a variety of events going on to keep the holiday fun and getting back into the old ways. Happy Halloween! (Happening Next)
  2. Glen Burnie motorcycle accident leaves two injured, one in critical condition: An investigation is underway after a motorcycle accident occurred early Sunday morning. At
    approximately 2 a.m., Eastern District officers responded to Solley Road and Steens Hill Drive for a reported motorcycle crash of a 2013 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. The driver of the motorcycle was traveling southbound on Solley Road approaching Steens Hill Drive when the driver lost control and went down on the roadway. The driver and the female passenger were ejected from the vehicle and the driver fled the scene before police arrived. (wmar2news.com)
  3. Fall Holidays Events : Libraries give their communities something less tangible, yet just as essential to a satisfying and productive life—nourishment for the spirit. Programs in the humanities and the arts that encourage people to think and talk about ethics and values, history, art, poetry, and other cultures are integral to the library’s mission. Such programs help to illuminate the experiences, beliefs and values that unite us as human beings. They stimulate us to make connections where we noticed none before—between our ancestors and ourselves, between one culture and another, between the community and the individual. Anne Arundel County Public Library , released a fall events calendar with Programs for all ages and interests. The programs goes from Batman Murder mystery for teens through the fun Halloween crafts and activities for toddles and kids. (Anne Arundel Library)

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Today in Glen Burnie:

  • NA Meetings. (7 p.m.)
  • Naughty Bingo @ Fallston Barrel House. (11 p.m.)
  • Finance Committee Meeting. (9 a.m.)
  • Trivia Night. (10 a.m.)

Glen Burnie Patch Notebook

  • Anne Arundel County Library: “Find your inner artist at the library, too! Visit the link in our bio to access @creativebug, and thousands of classes in art, sewing, crafting, baking, and even plant care!⁠” (Instagram)
  • AA County Schools – AACPS: “Celebrating National School Lunch Week Oct. 11-15. We are Wild About School Lunch!” (Instagram)
  • Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce: “Welcome to new Chamber member The Rotary Club of Glen Burnie, Don Rau. They are the Glen Burnie affiliate of the Rotary International Organization. They meet each week to discuss ways to serve the greater Glen Burnie area.” (Facebook)
  • Anne Arundel Co Rec & Parks: “Art at the Park – Oct. 16 and 17, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. is the 31st annual arts festival located in the magnificent setting of Quiet Waters Park. Featuring original artwork from exhibitors both locally and throughout the country.” (Instagram)

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Events:

  • Historic Candlelight Ghost Stories Tour. (Oct.16)
  • Columbia Bluegrass Festival – feat: The Seldom Scene. (Oct. 17)
  • American Heroes Benefit and Festival. (Oct. 29)
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Debora Whitehead

About me: Debora Whitehead is a dedicated wife and homeschooling mom from Coram, NY. She has a Bachelor Degree in Education and loves to teach and write. Her passion for the community reflects on her volunteering work at the ‘Mariposa Ministry”, a non-profit family assistance program. One of her strongest believes is Jesus Christ and when she is not Parenting, Teaching or reading, she is writing. One of her favorites quotes is ” The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams”- Eleanor Roosevelt.

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