NATIONAL LIGHTHOUSE DAY
FRIDAY AUGUST 7TH, 2015
TOWER AND KEEPER'S HOUSE OPEN 10-6PM
This year, there are many ways to celebrate our nearly 200 yrd old icon!
Join us at Pat's Family Restaurant on Thursday, August 6th (4-9pm) for our annual fundraiser!
Climb the tower on Friday, August 7th for a free gift!
Enjoy live music on the grounds and crafts for the kids.
Then, join the Friends at Ripken stadium to watch the Ironbirds play the Tri-City Valley Cats. $20 a ticket - see Events tab for more information.
Fireworks after the game!
3ND ANNUAL ST. PATTY'S DAY FUNDRAISER AND COCKTAIL PARTY
Join us on March 12 at 6pm at the Vandiver Inn to celebrate John O'Neill's Irish heritage and to support the icon of Havre de Grace, Concord Point Lighthouse!
$35 ticket includes small plates and one drink ($15 is tax deductible donation)
Great food, Cash bar, Great music by Kaydence, Raffles, Prizes
Call 410-939-3213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets also available at the HdG Visitor Center.
Join the Beacon Babes!
The Friends' newest fundraising venue!
FCPL’s newest fundraising venture aims to bring together fun, dedicated individuals who want to raise awareness about the importance of the Concord Point Lighthouse in our community.
We are planning our launch and a schedule of events right now. Let us know if you would like to be a part of this dynamic group!
Beacon Babes Float takes 1st place in Independence Day parade!
We won the Sr. Organization category prize for the second time in 3 years.
Thanks to all who participated and helped make the float a reality!
The British invaded Havre de Grace! May 3, 4 and 5, 2013
It was a great weekend throughout the city and things were busy here at the Lighthouse and Keeper's House!
From cannons firing to concerts and fireworks, the Lighthouse presided over it all.
Perhaps the British will come again next year!
Our Hero, John O'Neill, being captured by the British invaders.
War of 1812 cannon returns to Concord Point! After a year of rehabilitation at the Maryland Conservation Lab, the cannon was returned to once again sit beside the lighthouse and commemorate John O'Neill's defense of Havre de Grace against the British attack on May 3, 1813.
Watch the video from the Patch here.