​2021 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The Association will send out specific infomation about each event as the date approaches through newsletters and ACA eNews emails. Please note that from time to time, event dates may be subject to change.

If you have ideas for any other community activities or events, we would love to hear from you.  Reach out to a board member or send an email to communications@anneslie.org.

Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19 restrictions for 2021, the dates for this year's events are to be determined as we get closer to each month.  Stay tuned for email announcements and updates to this page.  The ACA Board is also working on other creative ideas for "COVID-safe" activities that the community can do together.  If you have any ideas, please contact us!

5th Annual Cornhole Tournament  -  Pending, Date TBD
Summer | 4:30 p.m.
Who will win this year’s trophy?  Form a team and sign-up to play a few rounds of cornhole in this competitive tournament and afternoon of fun.  Registration required.
Point of Contact:
Robert Fisher, rfisher@anneslie.org

Community Fundraiser:  Back-to-School Supplies/Backpack Drive

August

Details to come!

Point of Contact:

Kristen McGuire, kmcguire@anneslie.org

Kate Feiring, kfeiring@anneslie.org

Anneslie Community Picnic  -  Pending, Date TBD
September | 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The neighborhood’s largest block party.  Come join the festivities: main dishes and beverages are provided by the Association; side-dish and dessert potluck; kids’ games and activities; music.  Bring money for a treat from the Kona Ice Truck.

Points of Contact:
Rob Hardesty, rhardesty@anneslie.org 

Emily Dorman, edorman@anneslie.org

All Board Members

Anneslie Yard Sale  -  Date TBD

Fall - Saturday (Rain Date Sunday) | 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Reduce ~ Reuse ~ Repurpose ~ Recycle:  Make some extra cash on the household items you are ready to part with - they may be someone else's treasure!

Point of Contact:

Robert Fisher, rfisher@anneslie.org

Dumpster Day  -  Date Pending County Application

October 2021 or Spring 2022 | 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.| Rain or Shine

A day for cleaning up and a way to save yourself a trip to the dump.  The ACA arranges for dumpsters to be onsite in the neighborhood for you to dispose of items you no longer want. 

Point of Contact:

Robert Fisher, rfisher@anneslie.org

Halloween Pre-Trick-or-Treating Parade

October 31 | 5:30 p.m.

Socializing from 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Parade at 6:15 p.m.

Pizza, veggies and cider will be served.  BYOB and BYOCup
Before the kids head out for trick-or-treating, swing by the Halloween Celebration and show off your funny, spooky, and creative costumes.

Point of Contact:
​Kristen McGuire, kmcguire@anneslie.org

Halloween Decorating Contest & Virtual Costume Contest
Week of Halloween

Prizes awarded for homes decorated as the most frightening, with the best use of pumpkins, best in show, and the people's choice. Virtual Costume Contest with categories: Best Baby, Best Pet, Best Family, Best Based on Book/Movie, Scariest, and Funniest.

Annual Community Meeting
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 | 7:30 p.m | via Zoom

Please join the Board of Governors of the Anneslie Community Association for the community’s annual meeting.  The meeting agenda consists of a “year-in-review”, guest speakers, election of new board members, and open floor discussion for questions and concerns from those in attendance.

Point of Contact:

Kristen McGuire, kmcguire@anneslie.org

Community Fundraiser:  Winter Clothing Drive

December

Details to come!

Point of Contact:

Kate Feiring, kfeiring@anneslie.org

Santa’s Visit

Mid-December | 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Santa Claus is coming to Anneslie.  Kids of all ages are invited to come visit jolly old St. Nicholas and share last minute wishes for Christmas.
Point of Contact:
Ted Hull, thull@anneslie.org​


Holiday Decorating Contest
Late December | Evening

It’s time to give it your all and help transform Anneslie into a winter wonderland of lights and holiday decorations.  Which home will win the prize for Most Traditional? Most Commercial/Illuminated?  Most Creative/Best Theme?   

  • Date TBD ~ Association Board Members will travel the streets of Anneslie to judge the decorations and select the winners.  

  • Date TBD ~ Winners announced.  Prizes are awarded!

Event Dates for 2022 will be posted in January 2022

Anneslie Trivia Night

Winter | 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Shake off those winter blues, start binge-watching Jeopardy, and get ready for Anneslie Trivia Night. This virtual event, hosted by Charm City Trivia, for adult Anneslie residents will give us a chance to connect and compete.

Registration required.
Point of Contact:  Kristen McGuire, kmcguire@anneslie.org

Anneslie Bowling Night

Winter | 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Join fellow neighbors for an evening of duckpin bowling at Stoneleigh Lanes.  Form a team or sign-up as an individual.  This is an adult-only event.  Registration required.
Point of Contact:  
Julie Kromkowski, jkromkowski@anneslie.org

The Anneslie Community Association plans and hosts many events throughout the year to encourage connection and interaction among the neighbors in our community.

 

Events are open to dues paying households of the Anneslie Community Association. Some events may also require an additional fee above and beyond these dues to help cover costs.

 

Haven't paid your dues yet?

You may pay them online now or a Board Member will be available at the events to collect payment.

If you would like to help with the planning and organizing of any of these events, please contact the appropriate Board Members in charge of the event as indicated.

GREENING

COMMITTEE

EVENTS

2021 Greening Events! 

Contact Beth Miller if you would like to get involved or have questions.

STREAM CLEAN-UP

Date: Saturday, May 1, 2021

Time: 9am-12pm

Location: St. Andrews Lutheran Church, 1201 Taylor Avenue, Parkville, MD 21234

 

Wear long sleeves, pants, and shoes that can get wet. Be aware there is always the possibility of exposure to poison ivy. Bring a water bottle and your own snack. All participants must wear masks and maintain social distance.

 

To participate please sign-up here: 

https://www.chesapeakenetwork.org/cleanup/green-towson-alliance-stream-cleanup-of-herring-run-tributary-at-ashlar-hill/

TREE PROTECTION FROM

CICADA DAMAGE

The Greening Committee is assisting homeowners who planted trees through the neighborhood tree planting program in the past two years by wrapping them in cheesecloth to protect from cicada damage. Most trees will only suffer minor damage, but young trees can be killed when the cicadas lay their eggs in small branches.

FALL TREE PLANTING

Please contact Beth if interested.

GREEN TOWSON ALLIANCE: NATIVE GARDEN CONTEST

June 14 through July 1