12324 Michaelsford Road, Cockeysville
6 bedroom(s), 7 bathroom(s)
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2 Brook Farm Court, Cockeysville
4 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
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Do you have tweens and teens who like to write? On Saturday, November 16, the Cockeysville Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library will host a writing workshop with six first-time authors of new novels for tweens:
Caroline Carlson, Magic Marks the Spot
Melanie Crowder, Parched
Elisabeth Dahl, Genie Wishes
Kit Grindstaff, The Flame in the Mist
Kristen Kittscher, The Wig in the Window
A.B. Westrick, Brotherhood
Following the workshop, the authors will have a Q&A and book signing, with books available for purchase from the Ivy Bookshop. The event will run from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
The workshop—the only Baltimore-area stop on the authors’ Ventures and Misadventures tour—is free, and registration is not required.
FEATURED HOT LISTING: 12324 MICHAELSFORD RD, COCKEYSVILLE, MD 21030
$1,850,000 | 5 br, 5 ba, 2-½ ba
TODAY, WEDNESDAY, 9/4 12-3pm
Tucked away in the county on over six private acres in one of Baltimore’s most prestigious and private communities, sits this luxury colonial.
Double front doors flanked by tall columns create a gracious entry, accented by a pretty landscape and a bricked pathway.
WHEN: Thursday, July 11 • 4 – 9 p.m.
WHERE: Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture & Farm Park
In the tree-lined allé
1114 Shawan Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
MORE: In addition to the locally-produced cider and mead, guests will enjoy other vendors and artisans, food and live (roving!) music. There will be farm tours by Farmer Stan, and much more!
TICKETS: Entry is $20 ($25 at the farm) and includes samples of locally-produced hard cider and mead. Non-taster tickets are $10. Kids under 8 are admitted free!
Proceeds to benefit Maryland farmers through the Maryland Agricultural Resource Council and the Maryland Wineries Association.
LOCAL HARD CIDER • LOCAL MEAD
Attention all lovers of cupcakes, pastries, and epic battles: Flavor Cupcakery has yet another feather in their spun-sugar cap. This past week, Flavor trounced the competition in Fox45’s Cupcake Battle. We’re not sure who makes these things official, or how one gets appointed to the high court of buttercream evaluators, but it certainly seems clear that whatever honors one can bestow upon a cupcake (or its creator) are well deserved by Flavor and its owner Shelley Stannard.
So, it turns out you can’t show up to work with your entire face and chest painted orange with a giant “O” in the middle of your chest. You can’t even show up in your super-chic orange and black ski mask with bird eyes on it. And business casual can be difficult to pull off in a strictly orange-and-black color palette. So how on Earth are we supposed to show our love for the Orioles on those days when we’re stuck in the office instead of the stands? Surely there’s a way to keep that fire burning, no? Isn’t that what fandom is all about?
Enter Vineyard Vines’ new Orioles Club Belts (yeah, okay, they also have belts for other cities’ teams, but just ignore all those). The belts are perfectly classy, in a traditional style, while still letting everyone around know where you stand. So you can wear it all week and then of course bust out the body paint on the weekends. We wouldn’t expect anything less.
Vineyard Vines’ Orioles Club Belts are available through www.vineyardvines.com or at Cohen’s Clothiers in Yorktown Plaza, Cockeysville.
Continuing the focus on fall restaurant news has come naturally this week. I mean, who isn’t feeling autumnal? The brisk weather and the football on the tube (Faith Hill’s sparkly minidress was a vast improvement over last year’s bizarre capri/blazer combo, I’m sure the men are with me on this one) has us all in the mood. So let’s get our cozy on and figure out where we are going for our butternut squash bisque this season. It’s game time folks! Read More →
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