Krampus is just the beginning! What about murderous frogs, hordes of swarming insects?
Maybe Mary Lywd a skeleton horse who challenges people in a battle of rhymes?
How do you celebrate the season? Join us in anticipation of what was the often odd holiday in other cultures and years gone by!
Program will be limited to 25 people in a space for 65. Those attending will be required to practice social distancing, masks are optional. Temperatures may be scanned at the start of the tours to ensure everyone’s safety. Tickets will be refunded for any issues arising. Reservations are required and no walk-ups will be allowed. Please note, there are no paper tickets and nothing will be mailed to you.
Event at The Museum of Howard County History, 8328 Court Ave. Ellicott City, Md., 21043
Tours may be cancelled due to inclement weather or flood watches or warnings: refunds or rescheduling options available.
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I have to pause for a moment and thank all of the people who work tirelessly to keep Ellicott City’s Main Street alive. Because you selflessly give your time and resources, think outside the box, and are eager to take initiative, you attract visitors, shoppers, and diners throughout the year. This memory popped up and allowed me to reflect on the volunteers of Ellicott City Partnership, the business owners and residents, along with our family, friends, and visitors who keep this charming town alive with goodness.
December 2018, when the landscape and soul of our historic area was once again tested following another destructive and deadly flood, Julia and Donna Sanger of Park Ridge Trading Co. coordinated and hosted an illuminated Tree Garden and the first annual Cookie Crawl. Following the aftermath of the flood, their energy and resources were pushed to their limits, yet their unselfish minds and bodies went to work for the town and thought of ways to bring joy and people back to Main Street. And, fortunately for us, they continue to do so.💝
To the current and past staff members and board of directors of Ellicott City Partnership, and to all of the people who have volunteered throughout the years, and to the numerous business owners who have coordinated events, THANK YOU! I appreciate you. I know our visitors do too. 💝
And…FYI, *Midnight Madness in OEC is this Friday, 12/3! *Cookie Crawl is 12/8! *The Holiday Train Walk through Jan. 3 All details can be found here: visitoldellicottcity.com
And…I realize Giving Tuesday was yesterday, but if you’re able and would like to donate to Ellicott City Parntership, to help us work to preserve the heritage of Old Ellicott City, while creating and enhancing economic growth, the link is: visitoldellicottcity.com/donate/ As always, no amount is too small.