The Chamber Updates
Our News and Happenings
We Are Thankful For You
During Thanksgiving Day week, we all slow down a bit to enjoy family and friends
(and shop for the holidays!)
Our President, Sally Shapiro-Gould, our COO Kathleen Dorsey and the entire Board of Directors would like to express their gratitude for your participation with our Chamber.
Just reading the newsletter and letting someone else know what is
happening with us means a lot.
Thank you for your support!
News Coming for 2020 – Stay Tuned!!
Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!!
Our November Lunch & Learn had over 35 registrants who gathered at Gorfine Schiller Gardyn while learning about insurance coverage, thanks to our host Evan Dahne of USHealth Advisors.
The Taste of the Town 2019 Video is Here!
Watch the fun we had at our 16 Annual Taste of the Town at Metro Centre-Owings Mills. Thank you Zephan from ZMB Media for capturing our night.
Member Spotlight: Piedras Calientes Bistro
Piedras Calientes Bistro is a new restaurant located at 21-A Main St, in Reisterstown. They offer a contemporary Latin American and American menu created by their chef’s team. Enjoy locally sourced fresh ingredients, quality meats and desserts.
They offer a casual dining and family atmosphere with plenty of seating.
Their Menu Includes:
Create Your Own Tacos, Burritos and Quesadillas
Upcoming Chamber Events
Annual Holiday Party
The Residence Inn – Owings Mills
10620 Red Run Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Celebrate the holidays at one of our most popular events!
First adult drink is on us!
Enjoy heavy appetizers while having laughs with the Northwest Chamber members and friends.
Cash bar will be available.
Chamber Girls Holiday Party of Pretty- Members Only
Blo Blow Dry Bar
10010 Reisterstown Rd
The holidays are coming, and the amazing makeup artist of our member Blo Blow Dry Bar will teach us tips and tricks which will make heads turn at your upcoming holiday parties!
You will learn about lashes and brows, how to apply eye shadow and how to use powder/highlighter and contour.
Wine and cheese will be offered to all attendees.
There will also be a discount given if you have an interest in purchasing any products that evening.
There is limited space- so when we sell-out, we sell-out.
Save your spot by registering now
Drop-In Networking Lunch
January 14, 2020
10500 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mill, MD 21117
Join us for a casual networking opportunity while enjoying lunch at our member restaurant Jose Tequila’s in Owings Mills. There will be a special taco bar just for us at a cost of $8.99, or you can order off of their menu.
Come break-bread with fellow members and guests and make new friends!
Annual Chamber Breakfast
January 29, 2020
7:30am – 9:30am
Hilton Garden Inn – Owings Mills
4770 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
This is one of our most popular annual events. Join area business owners and leaders to network, meet the Northwest Chamber’s new Board of Directors and hear about our Chamber’s new updates and more.
Then listen to our Keynote Speaker, Eric L. Williamson, President & CEO of Tailored Training Solutions who will teach through his presentation:
How to Work with Jerks!
Breakfast is included with paid admission.
There is limited space. Register now at the link provided.
This event has sold out 3 years in a row!
Meeting Sponsorships are Available.. Ask Us!
Welcome Our New Members!
STEM Center of Excellence, Inc.
Maitri Holistic Arts
Piedras Calientes Bistro
Content by Krome, LLC
Edible Eden Baltimore Food Scapes LLC
On Q Financial
Member Events & News
REMINDER: Members, send us your news, promotions and job listings. We are happy to spread the word for you!
Sleep Number Black Friday Special
Glyndon Grill is Offering a Holiday Gift Certificate Promotion!
Buy $100 worth of gift certificates, receive and extra $20
Listen to this video for details.
Carroll, Frank & Plotkin Has a New Home!!
They have relocated to:
1829 Reisterstown Rd
Pikesville, MD 21208
Their Representative, Kate Strom
has new website:
Events From The Woman’s Club of Glyndon
Annual Charity Tea
Club House, 4627 Butler Road.
Bring your friends and family and enjoy a festive afternoon of fun, raffles, fabulous food and holiday tea served in woman’s club tea pots!
100% of the proceeds goes to local charities!
Reservations – $20 – call: Kathy Wist (410-833-2756
Baltimore County Seeks Age-Friendly Community Input
Baltimore County is seeking community input on making Baltimore County more age-friendly to empower residents of all ages and abilities to live, work, play and reside comfortably in their communities.
“An age-friendly Baltimore County is one where all residents feel welcome and can take comfort in knowing that their concerns are being heard and their needs are being met,” County Executive Johnny Olszewski said.
About the Age-Friendly Baltimore County Initiative
County Executive Olszewski and the Baltimore County Department of Aging earlier this year launched the Age-Friendly Baltimore County initiative in partnership with the AARP network of Age-Friendly states and communities. The network is the United States affiliate of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Age-Friendly Cities and Communities Program, an international effort launched in 2006 to help cities prepare for rapid population aging and the parallel trend of urbanization.
The Age-Friendly Baltimore County initiative is also examining issues such as affordable and accessible housing; creating open and accessible green spaces; accessible public transportation options and ways to create more opportunities for civic engagement and employment.
To fill out the survey, visit the questionnaire on SurveyMonkey.
Revitalization and Beautification of Historic Main Street
In partnership with County Executive Johnny Olszewski, I’m pleased to share that the state Department of Housing and Community Development today announced that the Reisterstown Improvement Association has been awarded a $100,000 Community Legacy Grant for the revitalization and beautification of Historic Main Street. This moves Reisterstown Main Street one step closer to becoming a certified Maryland Main Street, which is a comprehensive downtown revitalization program that was established by the state in 1998. Only one one other Main Street in Baltimore County — Dundalk — has this designation.
The next step in the process is that a resolution will be discussed at the County Council’s work session on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 2 p.m. Anyone from the public is welcomed to testify at the work session, and I encourage as many folks from Reisterstown and beyond to show up and support this resolution. Then, the County Council will vote on the resolution at our legislative session on Monday, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m.
This grant will provide a big boost to Historic Main Street at a time when investment in our commercial corridors is critical to growing our local economy and establishing a strong sense of place.
Many thanks to the Reisterstown Improvement Association, state Department of Housing and Community Development, the county executive and all the advocates who helped get us to this point.
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