Organizations and Clubs
Dewey Loman #109 If you are currently on active duty or have served during any of the eligible war eras as shown below and were honorably discharged, you’re eligible to become a Legionnaire! Place of service is not material– the dates and character of service are. We invite you to join our Post now. Membership in The American Legion includes many benefits. For a complete list of benefits, see the National Headquarters web site. Membership in “The American Legion” is open to all US veterans who served at least one day of honorable active federal service during any of the following periods:
The Arbutus Social Club hall has been serving Arbutus, MD and the surrounding community for over 50 years. We are independently owned and operated.
Hall Rentals – Our facility is available for rentals Monday through Thursday plus Saturday and Sunday. Our spacious hall can accommodate up to 174 persons and our round tables offer a more intimate setting. For more information please see our rental page.
Our dedicated staff can assist you with all your needs. Let us help you create a lasting memory. Come find out why we are the “Best kept secret in Arbutus.”
The Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. proudly protects 50,000 people in a 40-square-mile area of southwest Baltimore County, Maryland. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services to our community
Bingo: Mon/Tue/Thu/Fri/Sat @ 7:15pm
The Arbutus Business and Professional Association stimulates growth and networking among community businesses, provides an avenue to voice concerns to civic leaders, and facilitates the beautification of Arbutus, to maintain a thriving business marketplace. For more information about the ABPA, please visit their website
And, don’t forget the Arbutus Art’s Festival in May, every year.
Our mission is to match pigs (and other pumpkin-eating animals) with un-carved, non-inked/non-painted pumpkins to prevent them from being thrown in the landfill. They are excellent feed and a wonderful treat to the animals on the farms and sanctuaries. They also make great compost. Thanksgiving comes up and we start moving to the next holiday but often our pumpkins are in perfectly fine shape, and its a waste to throw them out when they are still useful.