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The cost for standard event coverage is $50 for businesses and $25 for non-profits. It includes a sole listing on this events page (see below) .
To create a dedicated event feature which includes a customized event post with details/images of the event which is included on our events section and on our homepage, included in one of our daily emails (9,000 subscribers), and posted on our Facebook page (22,000 followers) the fee is $150.
To submit your event, email Marian McCusker at: [email protected].
Talk and Tour at Boys’ Latin: Discover What’s Best for Boys Education on May 15, 17 & 22
Looking for the best school for your son? Extensive research shows that boys learn best through hands-on learning that appeals to different senses, involves action and movement and produces tangible outcomes. According to Boys’ Latin Headmaster Christopher J. Post, the best way to empower boys both inside and outside the classroom is to engage them in learning experiences that embrace their unique strengths, build confidence and support their growth as persons.
Post says there are a wide variety of ways that Boys’ Latin positions boys for success, including:
- Showing practical applications. Boys appreciate seeing application of information to their lives. Boys want to know the “why” behind lessons, not just the “how.”
- Embracing competition as a learning tool. Boys are innately competitive, and there’s no better way to teach about the values of humility, respect and teamwork. Teaching these valuable life lessons can help to ensure that boys are ready for the collaboration and connectedness of the 21st century.
- Connecting action to empathy. By helping boys adopt a broader view of manhood and expanding the definition of masculinity to one that prioritizes duty and service to others, we can help boys to lead more fulfilling social, emotional and academic lives.Honoring how boys think and learn begins with building a community and atmosphere where they can thrive. At Boys’ Latin’s upcoming Spring Talk and Tour events, prospective families will have the chance to learn more about the school’s boy-friendly learning strategies, small class sizes and expansive co-curricular enrichment activities. Families will also have a chance to tour the campus, meet division heads and ask questions.Learn more by visiting: boyslatinmd.com/visit or emailing: [email protected]. Families interested in middle school are invited to attend on May 15 and families interested in lower school are invited to attend on either May 17 or May 22. Each event is held from 8:30 am – 10 am.To register, click here.
Every 5 minutes, a woman in the U.S. is diagnosed with a ‘below the belt’ gynecologic cancer. These cancers affect more than 100,000 women and cause over 30,000 deaths each year. Race proceeds help fund innovative gynecologic cancer research, support local cancer survivors, and benefit the Susan L. Burgert, M.D. Gynecologic Oncology Survivorship Program at The Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service in the Johns Hopkins Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
The third annual Below the Belt Stride and Thrive 5K/1-mile Run/Walk will be held at Homewood Field at Johns Hopkins University on Sunday, May 20 at 8:30 am. Registration and race details here. Not in Baltimore that day but interested in participating? Consider our “Beyond the Belt” registration option on the race website! If you cannot participate but are interested in contributing to this important cause, please visit our fundraising page.
Race website: http://www.charmcityrun.com/hopkins
Crowdrise Fundraising website: https://www.crowdrise.com/belowthebelt
FREE tickets can be redeemed at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/senior-spring-festival-tickets-44459659037
Baltimore, MD:Come join the Bolton Hill community at Linden Park Apartments in Bolton Hill’s Senior Spring Festival! The date will be Friday, April 20th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. There will be games, door prizes and helpful health information for all attendees! Free onsite parking.
Blood Pressure Testing
Exercise, Nutrition and Wellness
Don’t miss a chance to win FREE prizes!
Linden Park Apartments in Bolton Hill will also be giving tours around the property. The tour will feature the newly renovated game room, fitness center, beauty salon and new community center! The model apartment will also be open. All qualified applicants will be able to apply at the event!
*Visit Linden Park Apartments in Bolton Hill between today and May 18th and lease an efficiency apartment for only $777 per month! Also, receive two months in free rent – over $2,700 in savings! Lease must be signed by May 18th, 2018. *Income guidelines apply.
Linden Park Apartments in Bolton Hill is designed to accommodate the needs of seniors. Here you can have all of the benefits of your own home without the upkeep and enjoy a rewarding, maintenance-free lifestyle. The onsite management team offers responsive 24 hour emergency maintenance and front desk concierge. Relax and unwind in one of our many lounges, stay in shape in the fitness center or stay connected with friends and family in the computer lounge. Our elevator serviced building allows for easy, one-level living while providing breathtaking views of Baltimore City from your apartment home. Plus, enjoy the benefit of being a Linden Park resident and having your utilities already included in the rent, covering electric, water, sewer and trash- an annual savings of over $1,600! We are also pet friendly! *breed restrictions may apply.
*An Equal Housing Opportunity Community.
In memory of Jessica Meredith Jacobsen, the Knights Of Columbus Council # 4011 (Father O’Neill Council) has organized the 11thAnnual Jessica Meredith Jacobsen Memorial 5K Run and Fun Walk on September 22, 2018. In addition to memorializing Jessica, an avid runner whose spirit and charitable works inspire us, the event will support the House of Ruth, Immaculate Conception School tuition assistance and Father O’Neill Charities. The race will start and end near Immaculate Conception Church in Towson, MD.The walkers complete a shorter,family friendly course. No bikes, rollerblades, etc. will be permitted.
Register to run or walk at https://www.active.com,search for “Jessica Jacobsen 5k” Registration will also be accepted by mail. Please mail completed form (see reverse side) with check to the address indicated.
Race Packet Pickup: September 20 and21, 2018 from 3:00 PM — 8:00 PM at the Fr. O’Neill Council KoC, 616 W. Seminary Ave. Lutherville, MD 21093.
Race Start Location: Immaculate Conception Church is located at 200 Ware Ave., Towson, MD 21204.
Race Parking: Park at lower lots of Immaculate Conception Church/School or at the adjacent parking garage (corner of Ware Ave. and Washington Ave.).
5k Course: The race will start and end near the Immaculate Conception Church. After departing the Church, runners will make a right on Allegheny Ave., and wind through West Towson ending near the Bykota Center.
Cash awards of $100, $50 and $25 (and medals) will be given to the top three male and female finishers, and medals will be given to the top male and female of each age group, as well as, the best overall Knight and Lady Knight. The age groups are < 18, 18 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 – 49, 50 – 59, 60 – 69, and 70+.
T-Shirt & Amenities
A t-shirt designed a by local artist, Andrew Snair, will be provided to participants as supplies last. A post-race party will include food, refreshments and activities for everyone.
Support our Gold Sponsors: T Rowe Price and HMS Insurance, our Silver Sponsors: Printergy and C.E.A Scholtes& Associates, and our Bronze Sponsors: Brick Bodies and Verdence Capital Advisors.
11th Annual Jessica Meredith Jacobsen Memorial 5k Run and Fun Walk
Registration also available at https://active.com, search for “Jessica Jacobsen 5k”
Complete the registration form and mail to:
Fr. O’Neill Council, KoC No.4011 For registration, make checks payable to Fr. O’Neill Council
P.O. Box 52 For donations, make checks payable to Fr. O’Neill Charities, Inc.
Lutherville, MD 21094-0052
|Family 4 or more||$140||$160|
|The primary registrant should complete the following|
Complete the following for each participant
|Gender||Date of Birth||Shirt Size||Affiliation
(ICS, KoC, etc.)
|Run or Walk?||Fee|
|Total Entry Fee|
In consideration of your accepting this entry, I, the undersigned for and on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, intending to be legally bound, hereby release and discharge the Fr. O’Neill Council KoC, all sponsors, all volunteers, Race Director and agents and employees from any and all claims, demands, or liability whatsoever, including, but not limited to claims for personal injury or property damage, that I may have at any time arising out of, resulting from, or otherwise in connection with the race, competition and/or event. I hereby represent, warrant and acknowledge that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for the competition and that I am participating in this event at my own risk. All race entries/participants shall be bound by all applicable laws of the United States and the State of Maryland. The appropriate Maryland, federal or state court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any action or dispute arising from this agreement or in any way relating to this race.
Entry Signature: ______________________________________ Date::__________________
(Parent signature required for participants under 18 years old)
Boys learn best by doing. That’s why Boys’ Latin focuses on experiential, hands-on learning that appeals to different senses, involves action and movement and produces tangible outcomes. For example, when it’s time to learn about ecosystems, lower school students raise trout and watch them grow from fertilized eggs into thriving baby fish. The project culminates with a field trip to Lake Roland, when the boys release their newly hatched babies into the tailwaters of Lake Roland. Along the way, boys strengthen their observation, discovery and analytical thinking skills.
At BL’s Visiting Day on April 5, families will have the chance to learn more about unique programs like these in all three divisions, tour the campus, meet faculty and administrators, and ask questions.
When: Thursday, April 5
Time: 8:30 – 9:30 am
Where: Boys’ Latin School
Address: 822 W. Lake Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21210
Ph: 410-377-5192, ext. 1137.
Email to learn more and to register: [email protected].
Facebook reach and engagement is WAY down. You know it’s true and it’s frustrating but Facebook is a Pay-to-Play platform. Really? don’t get mad. You didn’t really think you’d get free marketing forever, did you? Ok, so now you’ve tried Boosting posts. But guess what? That’s NOT the answer. You may as well be flushing money down the toilet.
Creating the right TARGETING is the answer. With targeting you can deliver an ad to anyone who has a birthday in the next month…even if they’re not a follower. You can target women who just got engaged or moms with children between the age of 8-10. Or men who love golf. Who do you want to be talking to about your business? Imagine creating the right message to reach all of those customers to drive traffic to your store, service or e-commerce site.
At FACEBOOK ADVERTISING BOOTCAMP you’ll learn the exact steps to create those highly targeted audiences. People who WANT to hear from you, who WANT your product or service and who want to support local businesses.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- 5 Things Your Website Needs To Rank Higher On Google
- How to Create Custom Facebook Audiences That Will Deliver The Right Message
- Writing Copy and Choosing Graphics That Sell
- How to Create Campaigns, Set a Budget & Write Copy That Drives Traffic
- Creating Contests for Customer Engagement
- Creating Video
- Building Your Email List (Which You Should Always be Doing)
- Plus, a List of The Tips and Tools The Professionals Use (Many of Them are Free)
The 2018 Maryland Polar Bear Plunge
CELEBRATING 22 YEARS OF THE “COOLEST” MARYLAND TRADITION
JANUARY 25TH-27TH, 2018
Every January over 10,000 courageous plungers head to Sandy Point State Park seeking thrills and chills all to benefit the 7,549 athletes of Special Olympics Maryland.
Join us in the Rams Head Ice Lodge for live music and drinks as you prepare for the chilly dip! This heated tent it the perfect place to warm-up, celebrate, and enjoy Maryland’s largest winter festival!
The MSP Polar Bear Plunge is a fundraising event in which individuals pledge $75 or more for the privilege of plunging into the Chesapeake Bay in January in support of 7,549 athletes around Maryland.
Plunge Name Date:
Cool Schools Plunge – Thursday, January 25
Police Plunge – Friday, January 26
Corporate Plunge – Friday, January 26
Polar Bear Plunge – Saturday, January 27
Sandy Point State Park
1100 E College Pkwy
Annapolis MD, 21409
Check out our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/
The State of Baltimore Business – 2018 Legislative Reception
The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce present the “State of Baltimore Business – A Legislative Reception.” Meet and greet your Baltimore City Council and Maryland State Delegation. Hear from Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary, Mike Gill on the State of Maryland Business. Network with Baltimore Business Professionals.
The State of Baltimore Business – 2018 Legislative Reception
Host: Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce
Date: January 4, 2018
Time: 6 – 8 PM
Click here for more details about the event!
Last Stop Hops & Shop
Thursday, December 21st : 5-9pm
Peabody Heights Brewery
401 East 30th Street: 21218
Are you a last minute kind of holiday shopper? Can’t make it to Holiday Heap? Swing by the Peabody Heights Brewery on Thursday, December 21st for our 4th annual Last Stop Hops & Shop!
Fulfill all your last-minute shopping needs while enjoying a relaxing evening of pizza and beer! We’ll have 20+ local artists and makers in the tasting room.
Shop handmade, support local businesses and enjoy delicious local food and beer while you browse and buy. Dizzy Cow Pizzeria will be on site serving up deliciousness again this year! Hope to see you there!