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This year’s annual Books For Kids Day event will be held on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, in the parking lot of Poly Western High School at the corner of Falls Road and Cold Spring Lane from 9 am to 2 pm.
Our goal is to collect 25,000 new and gently used books to benefit children in need.
Ways you can help:
- It’s a great time to do some spring cleaning! Clean off your shelves and donate your unwanted books.
- Host a Book Drive! Organize your school, workplace, church, community center, neighborhood, or other group. Click here for information on how to start a book drive.
- Volunteer your time on May 3rd to help sort and organize the books we collect.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every day, Rose of Sharon Equestrian School uses “horsepower” to change disabilities into possibilities. Saddle up and take a ride on your “Iron Horse” to benefit kids with special needs!
Our first annual Ride for the ROSES will take place on Saturday, May 3, 2014. The date is rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, we encourage you to tour Maryland’s beautiful Horses and Hounds Scenic byway in your car. Registration fees are considered non-refundable donations.**
Registration, check in, and the ride will begin at:
Willow Grove Farm First bike out – 9 am; last bike in – 3 pm
Cromwell Valley Park Tank maps will be provided.
2175 Cromwell Bridge Road Cost: $30 per rider (T-shirt included with advanced registration) Baltimore MD 21234 $20 per passenger (shirt not included)
We invite you to ride the Maryland Scenic Byways Horses and Hounds route to show your support of the Rose of Sharon Equestrian School, Inc.
Columbia Pro Cantare celebrates British and Celtic music in the final concert of its 2013-14 season. The chorus, under the direction of Frances Motyca Dawson, will be joined for this concert by Jared Denhard, pipes and whistles, Richard McCready, bones and percussion, and the Lexington Brass Quintet. The program consists of short works, some familiar and some new to the ear, including Orlando Gibbons’ Cries of London, Stephen Hatfield’s Best to Be Singing and O’er the Hills, and “Eisteddsod,” a medley of Welsh songs for chorus arranged by Jared Denhard. An informal lecture on the works precedes the concert at 7 pm, and there is a post-concert reception.
Tickets are $23 and $20 (students and sr. citizens) in advance; $2 more at the door. To order tickets, visit procantare.org, or call 410.799.9321 or 301.854.0107.
The Beth Tfiloh family and Haron Dahan Foundation cordially invite you to the Inaugural Dahan Lecture featuring Charles Krauthammer, American Pulitzer Prize winning syndicated columnist, political commentator and physician, whose topic will be “International Affairs: An Overview.”
The evening will include a special presentation to commemorate Yom HaZikaron, Israel Remembrance Day.
For more information, call 410-413-2321 or email email@example.com.
We are proud to announce that in 2014 All Star Center Fielder Adam Jones will partner with the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland and serve as celebrity ambassador of the 12th annual Baltimore Kidney Walk, Sunday, May 4, at Camden Yards. Registration begins at 9:00 AM and the noncompetitive 3 Mile Walk begins at 10:00 AM.
Teams and individual walkers of all ages are invited to take a lifesaving step and help raise funds to support programs that help in the fight against kidney disease through prevention, advocacy and education. To register for the Greater Baltimore Kidney Walk, visit www.kidneywalk.org or call 410-494-8545 for more information.
The ultimate class reunion!
Come out to honor 50 years of excellence with a reunion for all classes, tours of the school, an alumni choir performance, retrospective slide show, food trucks, old yearbooks for sale, previews of the new building and much more. This will be your last chance to see the school before it is renovated!
This is a free event sponsored by PHS, the PHS PTSA and the PHS Alumni Association. No RSVP required. Additional parking will be available at Greenspring Shopping Center lot.
The Jasper String Quartet has been hailed as “sonically delightful and expressively compelling” and as playing “with sparkling vitality and great verve.” The Connecticut-based quartet recently released two highly acclaimed albums featuring the works of Beethoven, Schubert, and Aaron Jay Kernis. Please join us after this concert for a free reception hosted by the Guilford Centennial.
4200 St Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
Sponsored by Tom & Leslie Owsley
Ohr Chadash Academy invites the Baltimore
community to join us as we celebrate Israel’s
66th Independence Day. Enjoy songs and
presentations from our student body, including
our acclaimed Daglanut program by our middle
For more information, please call (410) 500- 5984
or email ofﬁce@OhrChadashBaltimore.org
The Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP) – a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing manufacturing in the State of Maryland, the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI) – the state’s leading advocate for manufacturing and manufacturing issues, and the Maryland World Class Consortia (MWCC) – the State’s leading organization dedicated to process and operational excellence, will launch their new Make it in Maryland program at a May 7th event featuring manufacturers from around the state and special keynote speakers. The Make it in Maryland program is the first of its kind and will showcase and connect manufacturers in the state for networking and business opportunities.
The Make it in Maryland event will be held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on May 7, 2014 from 6:00pm – 9:30pm. The event will be held to kick-off MD MEP, RMI, and MWCC’s Make it in Maryland program and will serve as a networking opportunity for Maryland manufacturers and stakeholders serving the industry.
In addition to welcomes and comments from MD MEP’s Executive Director Brian Sweeney, Mike Galiazzo from RMI and Jeff Fuchs from the MWCC, the event will feature two keynote speakers: Congressman Steny Hoyer and Maryland manufacturer Paul Reed Smith. Congressman Hoyer, a representative for Maryland’s 5th congressional district, supports economic development in the state and is a leader in job creation efforts. Paul Reed Smith owns PRS Guitars which produces instruments played by musicians such as Carlos Santana and Ted Nugent, and has been manufacturing his products in Maryland for almost 30 years.
The Make it in Maryland event marks the launch of MD MEP, RMI, and MWCC’s original Make it in Maryland program which is the first and only program dedicated to Maryland manufacturers and aimed at showcasing companies, demonstrating the value of manufacturing within the state, and highlighting manufacturing successes. The Make it in Maryland program provides companies with business-to-business purchasing, partnering and business opportunities, furthering the goal of keeping the industrial, economic, and workforce benefits of these companies within the state.
Those interested in learning more about the Make it in Maryland event or purchasing a ticket can visit http://makeitinmaryland.mdmep.org/ for more information and registration. Sponsorships opportunities are also available and can be reserved by contacting Sara Marshall at MD MEP (firstname.lastname@example.org; 410-733-0219). Information regarding sponsorship packages are available at the Make it in Maryland website.
About Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP):
The MD Manufacturing Partnership is a collaborative partnership of RMI-MWCC and MD MEP focused on make manufacturing a growing and profitable industry in the State of Maryland by providing resources and services to manufacturers statewide. Through collaborative efforts and strategic partnerships, MD MEP helps its clients expand their business, educate their workforce, and create mutually beneficial connections with other Maryland businesses. For more information, please visit www.mdmep.org.
Presented by Isaac Shafran
May 7, 2014
7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Oakland Mills Meeting House
Columbia Jewish Congregation member Isaac Shafran, born in Cuba, will share his knowledge of the history of Cuban Jewry, as well as the present situation of the Jewish community in Cuba.
The Jewish population was at its peak just before the Cuban Revolution in 1959 but since then has dwindled to a tenth of what it was. There has been no Rabbi on the island for the past few years.
Mr. Shafran and his family visited Cuba in 2012, 52 years after he moved to the US. He will share his experiences and observations as the result of meeting with Jewish community leaders and visiting several synagogues.