Fire Trucks, Block Party and Neighborhood Walk Set for National Night Out

Four Catonsville communities are celebrating the annual event Aug. 6.

Four Catonsville community groups are participating in the annual event Aug. 6.
Four Catonsville community groups are participating in the annual event Aug. 6.

National Night Out is set for Aug. 6, and three community groups in the Wilkens Precinct/Precinct 1 are ready to celebrate with neighbors and police.

Here's the list, according to the Baltimore County Police Department. 

If your group is planning an event that's not listed add it to the comments, and we'll add it to the list.

1. Westchester Citizens on Patrol

When: 6–8 p.m.

Where: Westchester Elementary School Fields, 2300 Old Frederick Road, Catonsville

What: Meet-and-greet cookout

2. Kensington Improvement Association

When: 7 p.m.

Where: College and Devonshire Roads and Dorchester area, Catonsville

What: Meet-and-greet block party

3. Medwick Garth Community Association

When: 6:30-8 p.m.

Where: Medwick Garth Community at the entrance sign at the corner West Medwick Garth Road and South Medwick Garth Road. That's at 512 S. Medwick Garth Road, Catonsville.

What: Neighborhood walk, Baltimore County Fire Department's Engine No. 41, and visits from the Baltimore County Police Department and Councilman Tom Quirk.

4. Concerned Citizens of Catonsville

When: 6 p.m.

Where: The Banneker Park and Community Center, 27 Main Ave., at Wesley Avenue and Main Street, Catonsville

What: Meet-and-greet cookout

Editor's Note: This article has been updated to show the latest information, including changes, provided by the Baltimore County Police Department on Aug. 2.

Do you know of groups in Arbutus that are participating? If so, tell us in the comments, and we can add them to the list. You might want to know the Baltimore County Police Department know, as well! Here's your chance to promote your event. Tell us in the comments about the other activities planned for your event.

Gina August 02, 2013 at 07:02 AM
It should read "Westchester" not West Chester. It's all one word.


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