“Not many people walk away empty-handed,” Farnum said.
“At our yard sale, we enjoy seeing smiles on people's faces as they find needed household items for a price they can actually afford,” Farnum said. “We also enjoy watching a collector when he/she discovers that perfect item at a reasonable price.”
Also, Farnum said that this year, for the first time, all proceeds will benefit the Ward's Chapel Food Pantry that opened in February.
Farnum said the pantry is open on the third Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the church hall.
“The pantry's mission is to gather and provide food and personal and home care items for members of our church and community to eliminate hunger, promote nutrition and health, and give hope to those feeling hopeless,” Farnum said.
Throughout the yard sale, there will be food available to purchase. They will have egg sandwiches, muffins, and donuts for breakfast and hot dogs for lunch. They will also offer cold drinks and snacks.
The yard sale will be hosted indoors, so it will be held rain or shine. It starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m.
The church is at 11023 Liberty Road in Randallstown.
For more information about the yard sale or the Ward's Chapel Food Pantry, you may contact Susan Farnum at email@example.com or call 410-952-7144.
Sykesville Art & Wine Festival
This May 5, wine lovers will be able to enjoy delicious wines from all over the world at the Sykesville Art & Wine Festival on Main Street.
Throughout the event, hosted by Downtown Sykesville Connection, people will be able to enjoy wines from the best wineries in Maryland and from over 50 vineyards in Sonoma Valley, Argentina, France, Italy and many other places around the world.
They will also have many kinds of wines, such as whites, reds and rosés, sangrias, and other specialty wines.
The attendees will be able to have unlimited sampling with a collectible Sykesville glass that will be given to them at the event.
Also, they will be able to enjoy live entertainment at the three different music venues they will have with local artists and street performers, and, in addition, they will have food trucks.
The event is sponsored by the Carroll Community Bank, Granite Pro LLC and Assist-2-Sell.
You may purchase your tickets today online by visiting the Downtown Sykesville Connection website, at www.sykesvillemainstreet.com, for $35 each. You may also purchase your tickets at the date of the event for $40 each.
Tickets are non-refundable, and the event will be hosted rain or shine. No pets are allowed.
For more information, you may contact Julie Della-Maria at 410-259-3515.
Historical Society of Mount Airy presents Melissa Thorn
Melissa Thorn, the Town of Mount Airy’s economic development manager, will be speaking at the Historical Society of Mount Airy’s meeting on May 7.
Throughout the event, she will be talking about the celebration plans for the 125th year of the Town of Mount Airy and opening the floor to those members who would like to share ideas they might have for it.
The town will be having a big party on Aug. 24 to celebrate the anniversary. The event starts at 7 p.m. Please note that the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. It will also be open during farmers markets on Wednesdays during warm weather.
The Historical Society will meet at the Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Company’s lower-level meeting room. The fire company is at 702 N Main St.