Sykesville up to tricks, treats

Howard County Times

Bring your trick-or-treaters to Main Street in Sykesville on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m. to visit local merchants for treats. The merchants have partnered with Sykesville Police, the Town of Sykesville and Downtown Sykesville Connection to make sure everyone is safe, sound and has a sweet time in Sykesville.

On Sunday, Oct. 28 from 12 to 4 p.m., come back down to Main Street in Sykesville for the First Annual Cider Stroll. Cider mugs available for purchase at the Farmers’ Markets in October and on the day of the stroll for $7 each or four for $20. Stroll Main Street and pop into the shops to fill your stainless steel mugs with cider offerings from the merchants. For more information, go to Downtown Sykesville Facebook page. This event will be held rain or shine.

On Saturday, Nov. 10, St. James United Methodist Church in Marriottsville will be holding its 11th Annual Holiday Bazaar and Flea Market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come and peruse beautiful handmade crafts, tables of homemade baked goods, and visit The Camp Hope Christmas Flea Market room filled with gently-used holiday decorations, household items and more. Breakfast and lunch will be served.

Congratulations to the West Friendship Elementary School band students for the month of October: Logan Woo, alto saxophone: Zelia Oommen, clarinet; Boden Pistorio, clarinet; Hannah Rodrigue, flute; Tavi Decker, percussion; Sienna Williams, trombone; Brett Cumberland, trumpet; Mustafa Mastoor, alto saxophone; Abigail Fitter, clarinet; Samuel Hill, clarinet; Peyton Albert, flute; Annika LaGow, flute; Tyler Ostopowicz, percussion; Dean Holter, trombone; Annabel Hodges, trombone; Jonathan Ketterer, trumpet; and Marleigh Swidersky, trumpet.

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