As the home to over nine thousand horses, it's no surprise that Baltimore County exemplifies the Maryland equestrian tradition. The beauty of the countryside, the excitement, and the festive atmosphere make steeplechase and timber racing in Baltimore County must-attend events during the region's beautiful spring season. Don't miss out on this unique tradition, dating back to the first running of the Maryland Hunt Cup in 1894.
Visit the Maryland Steeplechase Association to learn more about steeplechase and timber racing events, and their history.
On April 30, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., join the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce for an evening of food, fun and festivities at the Fourth Annual Taste of Pikesville at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 1726 Reisterstown Road. Highlighting new and old Pikesville, 40 local restaurants will serve signature dishes, beer, wine and cocktails. Music, raffle prizes, and more are also planned.
Tickets can be purchased online or over the phone by calling 410-484-2337. The cost is $35 in advance, $40 at the door. Proceeds go towards funding the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce and its programming, as well as Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
Visit one of Baltimore County’s five award-winning public golf courses.
Tee off on the scenic fairways of Greystone in north County, rated one of Maryland’s 10 best public courses in Golfweek Magazine. Putt along the picturesque wetlands of Rocky Point and enjoy a true golf experience at the Woodlands or Diamond Ridge in west County. Work on your game or play 18 holes at Fox Hollow Golf Course and Driving Range/Training Center. Fox Hollow’s Driving Range was voted one of the top 50 public driving ranges in 2012, 2013, and 2014 by Golf Range Association of America (GRAA).
Red Hawk, a Baltimore County golf cart business in Rosedale, is ready for the season, selling top quality accessories, parts and reconditioned carts directly to retail dealers and distributors.
Art Exhibition: E3: Exploring Eastern Europe
Exhibition on display through May 22 in the St. Paul Companies Pavilion, Greenspring Campus of Stevenson University.
Explore the craftsmanship of traditional Japanese tattoos and their enduring influence on modern tattoo practices.
Explore the complex collaborative process between William Walters and sculptor William Henry Rinehart.
MFA candidate Weller works with fibers, creating multi-layered constructions that explore the human experience and emotions, symbolized through animals and their actions.
This exhibition features the art of a Baltimore-born artist who has photographed the streets of Baltimore and Detroit and transformed artifacts reclaimed from urban environments into sculptural subjects in her photography studio.