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January 13, 2020

What’s Your Top Score at ShadowLand Laser Adventures?

It’s going to be a long Maryland winter, and you’re going to need a solid list of indoor activities to avoid cabin fever. That’s where ShadowLand Laser Adventures comes in. This family-friendly complex has plenty of activities for multiple visits this winter, and for many seasons to come. Take advantage of the multi-level Laser Tagread more

January 6, 2020

Secure Your Spot at the Maryland Polar Bear Plunge

Did you know that the Maryland Polar Bear Plunge is the largest event of its kind in the world? It spans an entire weekend from January 23 from January 25, with individual plunges for school faculty, police, corporations, and the general public. Get in on the action by registering today, and know that your feeread more

December 18, 2019

Save Room for the Baklava Cheesecake at Cazbar, Now Open in Columbia

The Cazbar is an authentic Turkish restaurant that recently opened in Columbia. Although new, the Cazbar has another restaurant located in Baltimore. The C-J combination of the restaurant’s logo is representative of the Turkish pronunciation of the letter “C,” which sounds like a “J.”  Along with dine-in and take-out options, the restaurant is known forread more

December 11, 2019

Happening Now Near Brompton House: Brookside Garden of Lights!

A winter wonderland of illuminations at the Garden of Lights at Brookside Gardens is sure to become a family holiday tradition. The holiday décor takes visitors through an hour-long display of twinkling lights that features G-scale model trains, along with nightly musical performances – a full schedule of performances can be found on the website.read more

December 4, 2019

Secure Your Spot at the Starting Line for the 2019 Jingle Bell Run in Ellicott City

The Arthritis Foundation has organized the 2019 Jingle Bell Run in Ellicott City at Centennial Park for December 8th. On site, registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the run begins at 9 a.m. Run – or walk – in the spirit of the season. The Arthritis Foundation is a nonprofit organization there to help educateread more

November 14, 2019

Learn to Bake the Perfect Holiday Pie at the Elkridge Furnace Inn on Nov. 21

The Elkridge Furnace Inn is known for its high-quality fare, so you can count on Executive Pastry Chef Alexis Chalk of the inn to provide exemplary culinary education at the Classic Holiday Pies: Cooperative Cooking Experience. On Thursday, November 21st from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., she’s inviting novices into her kitchen to learn how toread more

November 8, 2019

Meet the Friendly Ghosts of Belmont Manor on Nov. 12

You probably know Belmont Manor and Historic Park as a wedding venue, and the 85-acre estate certainly is a popular spot to say, “I do.” But that’s only a small sliver of its much larger story. After all, the mansion was built back in 1738, and much has unfolded there in the ensuing centuries. Youread more

November 6, 2019

Nov. 8 Marks the Final Elkridge Food Truck Friday of the Season!

Since the beginning of April, Elkridge Food Truck Friday has been a weekly tradition! This Friday marks your last opportunity to enjoy the event until spring. Just like every week before it, the upcoming Elkridge Food Truck Friday will bring a fleet of food trucks to the parking lot of the Elkridge Volunteer Fire Departmentread more

October 16, 2019

Get in the Halloween Spirit With an Ellicott City Haunted History Tour

Many people had a hand in building Ellicott City, from the people who founded it to the early educators and railroad workers. You’ll learn all about the foundation of the community—and a few spooky side stories—during the Ellicott City Haunted History Tour. In honor of Halloween, you can catch this tour every weekend in Octoberread more

October 9, 2019

Coming to the Roger Carter Community Center: HallowRead 2019!

If you’re a firm believer in the worth of a worn paperback book, you already have something in common with the organizer of HallowRead, Rachel Rawlings. When she saw the way the digital age was overshadowing the time-old tradition of reading a real book, she decided to launch a book festival dedicated to her favorite genre:read more