Tickets are on sale for the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce's 2nd annual event at the Hilton Doubletree.
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Sunday, April 28, 2013
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Principal Ed Mitzel Jr. nominated Greg Hrinda.
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce honored physics teacher Greg Hrinda for outstanding contributions to education. During the chamber's annual Community and Business Recognition Breakfast, the chamber gave him an award, and a chance to be county teacher of the Year, according to a news release from the school. That county awarded by the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. The county chamber's 27th Annual Excellence in Education Ceremony will be held May 13 at Martin's West. "Mr. Hrinda was honored for his outstanding contributions to the school and for his efforts at building interest in the physics program," the release states. Principal Edmund Mitzel Jr. nominated Hrinda for the Pikesville chamber award. “Being the only physics teacher…
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Tickets are available for the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce event, set for Thursday at Linwoods.
Councilwoman Vicki Almond will be guest speaker at the the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce's annual Update on Pikesville. On Thursday, Almond will update the business, progress and issues in Pikesville and the surrounding area, according to a news release from the chamber. She is is the chairwoman of the Baltimore County Council and represents District 2. The meeting is set for 8-9:30 a.m. Thursday, and will be held at Linwoods restaurant, 25 Crossroads Drive, Owings Mills. The cost for tickets is $25 for members and $30 for nonmembers. Kosher meals are available with advance notice.
Monday, September 24, 2012
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce put together an event of music, vendors, food and games.
It was the first, full day of autumn when the Orioles Bird and and McGruff The Crime Dog greeted visitors to the second annual Morgan Stanley Quarry Lake Fall Fest. The weather was sunny and breezy Sunday, and about 70 vendors were set up along Quarry Lake Drive, including the Maryland Artisan Guild, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, Island Quizine, and the Pikesville Police & Community Relations Council. Two bands took the stage, and there were two dozen Corvettes to view from two different clubs. The proceeds benefitted the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce. Thanks, Ronda Smallwood, for contributing the photo of McGruff and the Orioles Bird. Note to Pikesville Patch readers: Do you have photos from the festival? You can upload them them to …
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce's annual Miles That Matter Pikesville 5K Run/Walk will be held July 15.
The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce is accepting registrations for its annual 5K run and walk, set for July 15. Be among the first 750 to register, and you'll get an Under Armour tech shirt, according to an event flyer. The cost to register is $30 before July 14, or $40 on the race day, it states. It costs $20 per person to participate in the 1 Mile Fun Run. To register, visit the event website. The event, held at the Woodholme Center, 1829 Reisterstown Rd., benefits the chamber as well as the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center.
The weekly Pikesville Farmers Market flourished Tuesday with vegetables and fruits, honey products, salad dressings, flowering plants and more.
On Tuesday, customers 'ate up' the Pikesville Farmers Market. Pikesville resident Barry Richmond bought asters and celosia—flowers he hasn't been able to find at big box retailers. "I couldn't find what I wanted, and I found it here," Richmond said of the Keith L. Baker Greenhouse booth. Librarians Melissa Hepler of Dundalk and Paula Gallagher of Hampden stopped by the market during their lunch break from the Pikesville Branch Library and picked out some peaches from the McCleaf's Orchard booth. The weekly market, held by the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce, is open from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday at the Office Depot parking lot, 1630 Reisterstown Road. More upcoming chamber events include: Noon July 10—Brown Bag Lunch networking …
Monday, June 18, 2012
About 1,500 people attended the Doctors Express Summer Fest June 10 on E. Sudbrook Lane; more Pikesville Chamber of Commerce events are scheduled.
The Doctor's Express Summer Fest attracted about 1,500 festival goers, according to a Baltimore Jewish Times report. Visit the Jewish Times' website for photos from the event. The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce event was coordinated by Jay Harris Promotions. There was live music, an antique car show, garden and flower vendors and a martial arts demonstration by Joe Palanzo's Kenpo Karate. Upcoming chamber events, according to the chamber website, include:
Friday, June 1, 2012
About 11 vendors will be at the market from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday in Pikesville, and St. Marks On The Hill Episcopal Church has offered up its picnic area next door.
Vendors selling fruits, vegetables, herbs, hummous, jewelry and more will be in Pikesville weekly, beginning Tuesday, June 5. The Pikesville Farmers Market, run by the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday through Nov. 13, according to a news release. The market offers a new, unique place to shop and makes for a nice morning outing for all, including families with young children. It will be set up in the Office Depot parking lot at 1630 Reisterstown Road. The Rev. Adrien Dawson of St. Marks On The Hill Episcopal Church told Pikesville Patch that visitors to the market are welcome to come to the church right next door, to the south of Office Depot, to use the church's picnic tables. On the …
Friday, April 20, 2012
There will be more than 60 vendors, including six nurseries, that will present everything from jewelry and furniture to African violets, cut flowers and Bonsai plants.
There's a good reason to stick around Pikesville this Sunday: The Quarry Lake Spring Festival & Garden Show. About 60 vendors will line the picturesque lakeside Quarry Lake Drive, during the event from the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce. They'll offer food, garden items, jewelry, art, furniture and wines and more during the festival, which runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. "It's a good time for people to come out along Quarry Lake Drive and see all the participants, the stage events and the antique cars—and it's all free," said Jay Harris of Harris Promotions, the event coordinator. The food will be a draw, as will the live entertainment: a karate demonstration, a "Quarry Can Sing" karaoke contest, a magician and a group from Pikesville that …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Among the honorees Tuesday were developer Mark Sapperstein, who was awarded Person of the Year, and Annie Smith of the Atrium Village in Owings Mills who received the Employee of the Year award.
What do a Pikesville High School student, a volunteer, a real estate developer and a certified nursing assistant have in common? They're all recipients of 2012 awards from the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce. On Tuesday, the chamber honored businesses, schools and community members during its annual Business and Community Awards Breakfast, held at North Oaks Retirement Community. Among the honorees was Larry Frank, vice president of The Catering People in Owings Mills. He received the Robert Horn Memorial Volunteer Award. Frank handles some of the big events for the chamber, including the Pikesville 5K, and often donates food from his business, according to the chamber. "He has been more than generous with his personal time ... and the …