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  • Fourth Of July Parade Highlights Community Service With Linda Zahn As Grand Marshal

    Ask anyone from Severna Park about their plans for the Fourth of July, and you might hear about a barbecue or fireworks.

    You hardly need to ask, however, where they’ll be that morning. They, along with the rest of town, will likely be lining the streets of Benfield Road, Evergreen Road or...

  • Earleigh Heights Carnival Returns For Summer Run

    Come one, come all! The annual Earleigh Heights carnival is returning for its 10-day run this summer.

    The carnival has been around for more than 70 of Earleigh Heights’ 100 years in service.

    “It’s been a staple of the community for so long, and it’s grown over the...

  • Dr. Brady Barr Asks, “What's In Your Backyard?”

    Are you curious about the wildlife at your beach and in your backyard?

    Dr. Brady Barr from EcoAdventures will educate and inform neighbors of all ages during an entertaining hour at Hatton Memorial Beach on July 21 at 11:00am.

    Dr. Barr is a reptile specialist who has traveled to more than 80...

  • Weekend Events June 29-July 1

    It’s the weekend before the Fourth of July, which means there’s a bunch of family-friendly activities and events taking place! Look at all of the things you can do this weekend to kick off your celebration of Independence Day:


    Saturday, June 30


    Yoga (...

  • Where To Watch The Fireworks This Fourth Of JulyExclusive

    Ah, the Fourth of July — a time to celebrate America with cookouts, boat excursions and, of course, incredible fireworks. This year, there are several nearby fireworks displays that will give attendees a bright and stimulating spectacle.

    Sherwood Forest Fireworks on the Severn River, July...

  • Teeth Or Dental Implants?

    Advances in modern dental technology have increased dentists’ choices when it comes to replacing missing teeth, retaining teeth previously thought to be hopeless or replacing all teeth.

    Dental implant advancements over the past 30 years have helped millions of patients replace teeth.


  • Compounding? What’s That?

    Lately at the pharmacy counter, I have been talking about compounding. Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing personalized medications for patients and their pets. As the Professional Compounding Centers of America explains, “Compounded medications are made based on a doctor...
  • Farmers Insurance To Hold Blood Drive

    Every summer, there’s a drop in blood donations, but the need for lifesaving blood never drops off. Anne Arundel Medical Center is asking for help keeping its supplies of blood at a healthy level. According to Mike Misulich, blood donor recruitment coordinator for AAMC, donations drop sharply...
  • UM BWMC July Calendar

    Tuesday, July 10

    6:00pm-7:30pm: The Stroke Support Group meets to discuss stroke recovery and prevention in the Dr. Constantine Padussis Conference Center (301 Hospital Drive, third floor). For more information, call 410-787-4732.


    Wednesday, July 11

    10:30am-11:30am: The Tate...

  • Registration Now Open For Walk To End Alzheimer’s

    The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and...
  • Runnin’ Down A Dream: Broadneck Grads Are Ascending Guitarists

    Jimi Hendrix was 24 years old when he capped a 45-minute performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in California by picking guitar strings with his teeth, playing the instrument behind his back and sacrificing his Fender Stratocaster in a miniature pool of flames.

    Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy...

  • “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” Is Nothing New, But Still Fun

    As the owner of my own tiny dinosaur (I own a little blue parrot, or rather, she owns me), I was ready to see the new “Jurassic World” installment, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” The result was what we expect of summer blockbuster fare: fun and forgettable.

    In this...

  • Severna Park Resident Rebecca Evans Takes Her Paintings From Home To The Bookstore

    Children begin exercising their imagination at a young age — daydreaming of all the sports they’ll play when they grow up, about each and every detail of their future family, and what career they may possess once they reach adulthood. Unfortunately, many of them do not realize the...
  • Thriller Novelist John Fenzel To Visit Broadneck

    Annapolis Resident Discusses Writing, Military Service And More

    John Fenzel has worked in the White House and served in command and staff positions around the world. Now, he’s the author of three novels that explore faith, friendship and threats both foreign and domestic.


  • Artscape Returns July 20-22

    Billed as America’s largest free arts festival, the 37th annual Artscape is set for July 20-22 near Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street in Baltimore.

    Hours are 11:00am to 9:00pm on Friday and Saturday and 11:00am to 7:00pm on Sunday, with Artscape After Hours taking place Friday...

  • Cakes And Confections Bakery Café Is A Sweet Find

    Looking for a new breakfast or lunch spot? Try Cakes and Confections Bakery Café at 342 Ritchie Highway in Severna Park. It’s a bit hidden in a strip center but worth the brief search.

    Leaning toward quaint, the café has cheery yellow walls, wood tables and a tile floor....

  • Pasadena Theatre Company Brings “Damn Yankees” To AACC Stage

    Whether you are a Baltimore or Washington baseball fan, there is a strong likelihood that you have muttered “damn Yankees!” at some point every year between April and October. The expression was used in Douglass Wallop’s 1954 book “The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant,...
  • Artists Pay Tribute To Richard Niewerth At Benfield Gallery

    A teacher and student of art for more than 50 years, Richard Niewerth observes shopping malls, checkout lines and busy metropolitan streets, capturing people’s discomfort and intensified reactions when dealing with confinement. The Severna Park resident is a figurative artist.

    In addition...

  • Clifford Jamieson Excited To “Explore Interests” At Yale

    Clifford Jamieson was busy during his four years at Severna Park High School.

    During his sophomore year, he was elected class president, which led to his involvement with the Student Government Association. Jamieson helped plan prom, as well as organize other student events and activities.


  • SPHS Salutatorian Izzy Kintzley Runs Into Nursing

    Since she was 6 years old, Isabel “Izzy” Kintzley knew she wanted to be a nurse.

    In the fall, she will attend the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, as a nursing major.

    “Finding a job that helps other people and making a difference in other people’s lives is...

  • From Bruin To Terrapin: Brianna Banting Heads To UMD

    For Brianna Banting, her two passions fall on opposite ends of the right-brain and left-brain spectrum.

    Her right-brained side was involved in many musical organizations throughout high school, while her left-brained side is ready to take on a biochemistry major in college.

    “There are...

  • Broadneck Salutatorian Soars To Air Force Academy

    While many of his peers have their summers ahead of them, Brady Morrissey is already underway with the next step in his life: basic training at the United States Air Force.

    Morrissey, the salutatorian for Broadneck High School’s class of 2018, followed in his dad’s footsteps by...

  • Talented Children Star In Upcoming Musical “42nd Street”

    The iconic number 42 is not just Jackie Robinson’s number and the name of a hit song by Coldplay, but it is also the name of a road in the acclaimed musical making its way to Annapolis this summer, “42nd Street.” Moreover, 42 is the number of young, talented children ages 7-14 who...
  • Fidget Stones By Paige — The Next Big Craze?

    Arnold resident Paige Bradtmueller is an artist who has her crafts in three locations, along with orders coming in through a Facebook page less than 24 hours after it was created. Amazingly, the successful entrepreneur is 8 years old. She’s already used her first earnings to purchase a large...
  • Question Of The Month: Eco Adventures

    Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, while students are out for summer vacation, summer campers at Eco Adventures answered the question:

    What was your favorite vacation you ever took and why?


    Going to Disney World. I went on...


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