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Easter

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  • Owings Mills: Shop at Ruth's Closet to help yourself, and others

    There's a hidden jewel in Owings Mills and one that exists because of a greater good. Ruth's Closet, a resale boutique, offers women's clothing, shoes, and accessories. Every day brings a new treasure, and at bargain prices. Tired of your Jimmy Choo...
  • Lutherville: Local children get hopping at annual Easter egg hunts

    Easter is just around the corner, and our neighborhood associations are again holding Easter egg hunts for the little ones. This weekend the Easter Bunny will be hiding eggs for the children in Orchard Hills, Longford and York Manor on Saturday, March...
  • Greater Loch Raven: Cromwell serving up eggs, activities for annual hunt

    It's time to go Easter egg hunting! Bring a basket or bag and enjoy a morning of seasonal fun from 10 a.m. to noon, on Saturday, April 7, at Sherwood Farms in Cromwell Valley Park, 2002 Cromwell Bridge Road. The family event is free, and includes eggs...
  • Guess what? I'm an aunt!!

    Usually by the time it's my turn in the column rotation, I'm still stressing over what to write about. This week, however, I don't know where to begin! A few weeks ago, I wrote about my sister and my nephew, who, at the time, my family was still...
  • Join River Sweep and cleanup along the Lower Susquehanna Heritage Trail

    Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway 12th annual River Sweep, a volunteer shoreline and roadside clean-up in honor of Earth Day, will take place in Havre de Grace, Perryville, Port Deposit and on Garrett Island on Saturday April 21. Registration begins at...
  • Kegasus officially announced as Preakness Infield's mascot

    Kegasus officially announced as Preakness Infield's mascot
    Surprising absolutely no one, the Maryland Jockey Club announced Monday Kegasus, the tweeting centaur, would return as the official mascot of the Preakness Infield. This was a move that was more or less predicted back in February, when several media...
  • Maryland City: Mustangs soccer, baseball youth teams spring into seasons

    The beautiful spring weather we have been experiencing has definitely invited everyone to experience the great outdoors. I have noticed a surge of activity outdoors including yard work, playing soccer and baseball with the kids, washing the cars and...
  • West Laurel: Hop on over to the annual community egg hunt

    The West Laurel Easter egg hunt will be held as usual at the West Laurel Community Building on Saturday, March 31. Many generations of West Laurel children have participated in this very special event, which is for ages 2 to 11. It begins at 10 a.m.,...
  • Easter egg hunts, activities for children

    Easter egg hunts, activities for children
    Area churches, community centers, clubs and others, in Baltimore county and city are sponsoring egg hunts and Easter-related activities for children, offering plenty of opportunities to hop on over to one near you. Arbutus Breakfast with the Easter...
  • Congressional candidate in the house for community association's monthly meeting

    On March 19, the Greater Baltimore Highlands Community Association met for its monthly meeting. State Sen. Nancy Jacobs, a Republican who represents District 34 that includes Harford and Cecil counties, was the guest speaker. Jacobs, a West Virginia...
  • Keeping it light with springtime desserts

    After you've finished the Peeps and jelly beans and chocolate eggs the Bunny left, what are you going to do for sweets? You don't want to hark back to chocolate fudge cakes and bread puddings. Too heavy for the days ahead. Our exercise du jour, then,...
  • West Friendship: Troop 794 celebrates 100th year of Girl Scouts with Thinking Day

    March 12 marked the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts in the United States. When Juliette Gordon Low returned to Savannah, Ga., from England in 1912, she brought with her the idea for Girl Guides which she had learned about while in Scotland. Once back...