The second Fall Fête, supporting Kennedy Krieger Institute, drew guests from the community on Friday, Sept. 7. The stylish event featured a runway showcasing fashion highlights from Green Spring Station retailers and celebrity models. Delectable food was provided by Tark’s Grill, Stone Mill Bakery, The Wine Merchant and Joey Chiu’s Greenspring, plus specialty beverages by … Continued
Women's Daily Post held Girl's Night Out on Aug. 2. Area women gathered to enjoy old and new friendships as well as networking, live music and pop-up shops at Green Spring Station. The event was hosted by Hannah Rodewald and Betsy Goodhue.
Article Joy Freedman Rogers Forge resident Betsy Duer adopted her very first dog, Gwen, 10 years ago from a local rescue. She had very little experience with dogs, and her new addition came with some fear-reactive issues with other pets. While Duer was working with a trainer to correct these issues, they discussed the possibility of fostering a dog. The…
What You Need to Create Unique Play Areas Perfect for Your Kiddos’ Unique Interests Nicolette Martin What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question we were all asked as kids—one that was so innocently answered with whatever our obsession of the week was. Maybe today your child wants to be … Continued
More than 300 guests attended the Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library’s Taste of the Town at the Towson Library. Guests sampled food, bid on silent auction items and listed to jazz while raising money for a great cause.
One of Baltimore’s premier food and beverage events returned to the American Visionary Art Museum. Guests enjoyed tastings from Baltimore’s best restaurants paired with enticing beverages and live and silent auctions – all to support the National Kidney Foundation Serving Maryland and Delaware.
Baltimore School for the Arts’ signature gala, Expressions, had another wonderful year. Guests enjoyed art lessons, including a Broadway dance workshop, radio program, and vocal and instrumental music, as well as a seated dinner and an inspiring one-hour student performance. This sold out-event raised a tremendous amount of money for the young artists of Baltimore. … Continued
On December 21, the Steinway Series at Silo Hill hosted a holiday event for members and their guests, who enjoyed food, drink and seasonal music. A portion of the proceeds were donated to Parkinson’s research and Parkinsonics. Photography by Jeffrey F. Higdon.
Blakehurst Senior Independent Living Community held a ribbon-cutting December 7 to unveil 39,000 square feet of premium space, including a salon and spa, state-of-the-art fitness and aerobics studio with locker rooms, juice bar, yoga room, classroom, 30-seat movie theatre, art gallery, updated clinic and addition of suites to the Chestnut Green Health Center. Photography by Tom O'Connor Photography.