Calling All Local Restaurants & Businesses – Donations Needed for Silent Auction!
Our annual LPCA holiday party is funded in part via a silent auction! Area restaurant owners, please consider donating a side dish and/or a gift card or gift basket to put in our silent auction. Area businesses owners, please consider donating a fun item or a gift card. Questions? Email Social@mylocustpoint.org.

Holiday Wreath Orders Extended!
Order wreaths through Sun., Nov. 27!
Pick up is Sat., Dec. 3, 11am-3pm @ FSK 

We’ve extended the time you have to order holiday wreaths by a week! And, after you’ve ordered, you can pick your wreath(s) up at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School. Many thanks to those of you who purchased. All proceeds benefit the FSK PTO. ORDER

Final Dumpster Day of Year!
Saturday, Dec. 3, mid-morning
DPW will drop off a dumpster on these Saturdays at the corner of Fort Ave. and Andre St. and the community will have 4 hours to use it. The drop off is usually mid-morning and we will give a heads up via Facebook as soon as we know it’s on its way!

Eighth Annual FSK Holiday Extravaganza
Saturday, Dec. 3, 9am-1pm @ Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School
This is a family-friendly, community event.  More than 20 vendors will be in attendance selling their items from books to jewelry to gifts to pickles! Children can enjoy the many crafts and games and a visit with Santa in our Winter Wonderland.  You’ll also be able to stock up on treats for the office or holiday parties from our Bake Sale, as well as pick up your wreaths sold in advance by the Locust Point Civic Association.

There Goes My Hero will be swabbing people who are interested in getting on the Bone Marrow Donor list. Grab lunch from the Harbor Que‘s Food Truck which will be donating a portion of sales to FSK. This is also a great way to learn about FSK, as the PTO will have a table set up with information about open houses, as well as information about our Annual Giving Campaign and more.  You’ll also be able to pick up some gently used uniforms or buy some new FSK Swag! So, come see what FSK is all about and get your holiday shopping done in one convenient location, while also supporting this great Baltimore City Public School and our local vendors!

Giant Food Open in Southside Marketplace
Giant Food opened its sixth city location last Friday in LP, bringing 150 new jobs to South Baltimore. The 44,000-square-foot store opened Nov. 18 in the Southside Marketplace at 857 E. Fort Ave. The store replaces a Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, which closed in June amid a companywide restructuring. The LP Giant holds the chain’s new store layout that includes a sushi bar and house-made smoked meats for sale. The store also sells a large selection of prepared foods and has large meat, seafood and produce departments. Also included are natural and organic foods and a full-service floral department. MORE

Requests for Traffic Calming Devices

If you have a street that you’d like to see a traffic calming device on (speed bumps), Councilman Eric Costello asks that you please submit a formal 311 request. Once you have done that, please send the Councilman the ticket number you get along with a brief description of where you’d like to see the calming device. https://311services.baltimorecity.gov/

If you have any issues to report or discuss with the Baltimore Police, contact our area representative,
Officer Torres.
Text or call him at 443-681-0757.

Founded in 1972, the Locust Point Civic Association (LPCA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the State of Maryland created to promote and protect the common interests of the residents of Locust Point. Those eligible to be members of the LPCA are defined as follows: All people 18 years or older residing in the area bounded by Lawrence Street on the west and the Patapsco River to the north, south and east.

The purpose of the Association is to promote and encourage cooperative spirit, neighborhood relations and participation in community affairs; actively inform, serve and represent residents’ interests in regard to civic and City events, laws, regulations and safety; foster neighborhood pride, safety, beautification and monitor development activity; and honor and preserve the historic nature and serve as a repository for local information.

If you would like to join the Locust Point Civic Association, just pay $5 annually per person using PayPal (@PayLPCA)! Please simply fill out the registration form. General meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School Cafeteria. Questions? Email contacts@mylocustpoint.org.

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Locust Point Civic Association
841 E. Fort Avenue, Unit 210
Baltimore, MD  21230