The 60th Year Celebration of the Havre de Grace Art Show in 2023 was originally the “Million Dollar Mile HdG Art Show” – read more about this wonderful event!
Cindy Lee shares memories of her dad, Bill Bowman, and gifts his parade uniform worn in local parades as a member of the Susquehanna Hose Company.
The Atomic Athletic Club of Havre de Grace seems to have had quite a successful team of boxers. Names like Gatto, Vincenti, Tarquini, and others participated. Learn more from our casual historian of HdG.
It was an exciting day when Senator John F Kennedy visited Havre de Grace on his Campaign Trail for President. Read more about it here.
Enjoying the boats as the sun sets before the Havre de Grace Independence Celebrations – Fireworks.
Carousels, parades, carnivals, fireworks, all add to the memories of Havre de Grace celebrations.
It’s still exciting to remember the 2005 LPGA Championship at Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace, when the locals had the opportunity to watch Annika Sorenstam and Michele Wie. 150 fine women athletes started, with 80 after the cut.
This vintage footage from a vintage film from Walter McLhinney is a curious mystery. Do you know anything about the carousel and Hurricane Hazel of 1954, Havre de Grace, MD?
The Classic Car Show has been a part of First Fridays in Havre de Grace for many years. Enjoy this short video from 2011 and take note of the antics by Bahoukas Antique Mall owner, George!
Christmas Ornaments make a great collectible as well as a wonderful souvenir gift from Havre de Grace. Our city has had a variety of beautiful pieces created over the years. View our beginning collection!
Serendipity is putting the desire out into the universe and then preparing for it. That’s just what happened for George, our casual historian,’ at his Havre de Grace MuZeum.
Havre de Grace has offered amazing Independence Celebrations with the first mention we could find in 1885 – first called Firemen’s Parade, later Independence/July 4 Parade. In essence: COMMUNITY!
Havre de Grace has been recognized in Harford County and around the State of Maryland for their outstanding July 4th parades. We offer a wee bit of history – including mention of a nice parade as far back as 1885.