Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Pikesville Patch reader Alex Martin of Stevenson took this photo of horses during the flash flood Wednesday afternoon.
The driveway at a Hillside Road home is covered in floodwaters, and so is most of the horses' pastureland. For more photos, visit Flash Flooding Traps Truck, Car, Snarls Traffic in Pikesville.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Learn more about magic and e-mail, spend an afternoon out with your family, or see some dancers perform their moves this weekend. There's one requirement: Get Out!
There's plenty to do in the Pikesville area this weekend: anything from learning more about magic to how to use e-mail more effectively. Of course, if you're looking to be entertained, there's a fair the whole family can enjoy at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. If you're looking for something for adults, play some bingo for charity or watch some belly dancers shake what their mamas gave 'em. WHAT IN THE WORLD? MAGIC AND MYSTERY FROM AROUND THE GLOBE Where/When: Pikesville Branch Library at 2 p.m. Friday. Why Go: Kids and adults of all ages can come to the library and learn more about the different kinds of magic that are performed all over the world! Pricing: Free INTRODUCTION TO E-MAIL Where/When: Randallstown Branch Library, 8604 …
Entertainment, fireworks and more than 100 rides and games are on tap Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays—and Monday, July 4—at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
Have you heard of the Wild West shows of yesteryear? Good news. You can catch one nearby at Pimlico Race Course—no time-travel required. The Great American Frontier Show is one of many free events on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through July 4, at the Pimlico Fair. The frontier show "features an award-winning horseback rider performing death-defying feats on a galloping horse," a news release states. Additionally, "an Arabian stallion will walk 60 feet across an arena on his hind legs," and the show will feature a giant horse, along with what the news release bills as the biggest and strongest ox in the world. Children can visit the free petting zoo and view other animals such as Texas longhorn cattle, a donkey, a buffalo and small …