The Radio Reading Network of Maryland provides programming from many popular newspapers, magazines and books for people who can’t read print due to blindness or other physical limitation. Our mission is to provide access to local, national and international current events including: The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Baltimore Sun and Washington Post.
5th Annual Bull and Shrimp Roast
Sunday, September 24, 2023 2 pm – 6 pm
Please join us for an afternoon of fun to support the blind and visually impaired listeners of the Radio Reading Network of Maryland. There will be live music, door prizes, lottery raffle, a prize wheel and raffle baskets.
Menu: Pit Beef, Roasted turkey breast, Sweet Italian Sausage on pit, Steamed Shrimp, Maryland Crab Soup, Shrimp stir-fry, Mac and Cheese, Meatballs, Sweet Corn Casserole, Greek Salad with Fresh Feta, Pasta Salad, Vegetable Platter, Sheet Cake, Soda, Bottled Water, Lemonade, Coffee, Iced Tea, and Draft Beer.
Location: Superior Catering UAW Hall 1010 Oldham St. Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Ticket Price: $60 Cash or check only.
Please make checks payable to Radio Reading Network of Maryland
Questions: Call Jessica at (410) 779-4969
or email email@example.com
We hope to see you there!
Radio Reading Network of Maryland ● 3501 Taylor Avenue ● Baltimore, Maryland 21236 – Vision Through Voices
Two Ways to Listen!
Those with internet access can listen online with a Windows or Mac computer, iPhone, iPad, Android device, and many tablets.
Maryland residents can hear programs on a special radio/receiver available through The Radio Reading Network. The receiver is leased for an annual fee of $50 payable in two installments. In case of need, the fee can be waived. If you would like to lease a radio/receiver for yourself or perhaps as a gift for a friend or relative, Download Listener Application Document. Print and fill out the document and mail with a check for $50 to
Radio Reading Network Of Maryland
3501 Taylor Ave
Baltimore, MD 21236
If you are unable to read and print this document from your computer, please call our office at 410-779-4969.