Laurel town meeting -- Tues, May 30 -- join us!
Senator Jim Rosapepe
Delegates Barbara Frush, Joseline Peņa-Melnyk, & Ben Barnes
invite you to share your views
on important community issues
Job Creation * Local Schools
Transportation * Your Concerns
Laurel Town Meeting
Tuesday, May 30th
Laurel American Legion Hall, Post 60
2 Main St
Laurel, MD 20707
Treasures in the Attic
Appraisal Event and Picnic June 11
there a fortune in your attic? Maybe you have a thrift shop or garage
sale find that you hope could be worth a lot of money? Find out Sunday,
June 11, 2017 when the Laurel Historical Society sponsors its third
Treasures in the Attic Appraisal Event. Nationally known antiques
and art appraiser Todd Peenstra will be on hand to share his expertise
starting at 1:00 p.m. at the Cabana Room 14403 Greenview Drive, Laurel,
MD 20708, next to Patuxent Greens. Appraisals cost $5/item for LHS
members; $10 for non-members.
The Treasures in the Attic event
will be preceded by the Laurel Historical Society’s traditional
“Friends and Family Picnic.” The free event begins at 12 Noon, at
the Cabana Room, and all are welcome. Chicken will be provided, and
attendees are asked to bring a dish. Names starting with A-H: beverage;
I-O: side, P-Z: dessert.
Reservations to either or both events
are requested but not required. To RSVP email
email@example.com . Please indicate if you are RSVPing
for the picnic and/or the appraisal.
Todd Peenstra is a
nationally known antiques and art appraiser. He specializes in handling
personal property appraisals for estate settlements, divorces, tax
donations, estate planning, estate disbursement and insurance issues.
Todd will be on hand offering appraisals, consultations, and advice on
anything except books or stamps, including but not limited to
furniture, glass, porcelain, paintings, silver, bronze, coins, toys,
and documents, etc. Images are also acceptable.
Historical Society was founded in 1975 and operates the Laurel Museum.
The current exhibit, “Laurel’s World War 1: From Here to Over
There” runs through December, 2017. The Laurel Museum is open
Wednesdays and Fridays 10-2, Sundays 1-4. Group tours by appointment.
Admission is free. The John Calder Brennan research library, which
includes newly digitized copies of The Laurel Leader from 1897-2008 is
open by appointment Monday-Friday. The Laurel Museum is located at 817
Main Street, Laurel, Md. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.laurelhistoricalsociety.org.