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6th Annual Junk Hunt – May 21 – Rain or Shine

Grab an umbrella and join us for some great deals!JunkHuntMap!


5th Annual Junk Hunt Map

Thanks for joining us for the 5th Annual Greater Charles Village Junk Hunt on May 16, 2015! This year’s map can be downloaded here: JunkHunt2015Map (1)-page-001








Happy hunting!

4th Annual Village Parents Junk Hunt Map

Junk Hunt starts tomorrow (provided there is no rain).  Here is this year’s map. JunkHunt2014Map.  Maps are also available at Eddie’s Market, Charmington’s, the Waverly Farmer’s Market and each seller’s location.

Happy Hunting!


Junk Hunt Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 8:30AM-Noon

The Annual Village Parents Junk Hunt is almost here.  Are you registered to sell?  Village Parents will be donating 50% of the registration proceeds form this year’s Junk Hunt to the Charles Village Community Foundation’s “It Takes the Village” fund for the individuals affected by the landslide.

Sign up to sell:   You can sign up until Friday, May 9 at 9pm

Buyers:  Maps will be available at Eddie’s, the Farmer’s Market, Charmington’s and each seller’s location.  It will also be posted online here!


Village Parents Easter Egg Hunt

Village Parents Easter Egg Hunt


Fourth Annual VP Junk Hunt

Fourth Annual VP Junk Hunt

Please sign up for Village Parents Fourth Annual Junk Hunt on Saturday, May 10, 2014 8:30AM-12:00PM.  Last year, more than fifty sellers signed up to participate in our neighborhood wide yard sale.  From 27th Street and Maryland Avenue to 33rd Street and Abell Street and all the way south to 24th Street and Guilford Avenue, neighbors made their items available for sale.  Sellers, sign up at the link above,  $15/address.  If you are looking for great deals, this is the day to join us in Charles Village, Remington, Abell and Harwood.

Questions?  Please contact Steph Cosgrove at

Village Parents Activities at Charles Village Festival

We are looking for volunteers to help out with Village Parents’ activities at the Charles Village Festival.  We need people to help supervise the crafts table and to help run the Gunny Sack Races.  This is a great opportunity to get involved with a Village Parents event without a huge time commitment.  Hope to see you there!

Please sign up here: or email

Rally in Annapolis

3000 people gathered on the lawn in front of the State House on Feb. 25 to call upon legislators to approve a plan for funding school reconstruction throughout the entire city. The bill before the House and Senate plan requires the State to give the City Schools what would be normal construction funding over a 5-year period in one lump payment that will fund building improvements, not by patching up of surface problems, but by fixing the underlying causes (and in some cases replacing buildings altogether), to create stronger, better equipped, and more durable facilities for Baltimore City school students.

The support on Feb. 25 was amazing. Please continue to make the needs of our school students heard by contacting your legislators and asking them to support SB743 and HB860.  More information and a sample letter to send to legislators can be found at

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Family photo fundraiser

We hosted our annual family photo fundraiser on November 17, with Village Parent Che Hale snapping away all day for the second year in a row. Check out this video of some highlights from the event.


4th of August Potluck Picnic

Join Village Parents for our annual 4th of July Potluck Picnic — rescheduled for Saturday, August 4th, 5-8pm, at Wyman Park Dell! There will be three-legged races, sack races, horse shoes, and good times getting to know your neighbors.

Please sign up to bring a dish.  Don’t forget your picnic gear (plates, utensils, cups, blankets), we will provide ice, napkins and lemonade.   Sign up online at: