The Chamber Updates

Fabulous Drop-In Networking Lunch at Quarry Cafe- Owings Mills

Our monthly Drop-In networking event at The Quarry Cafe on Owings Mills Blvd was not only tasty, but also full of networking. We also learned a fun-fact about each attendee! Who do you think likes zombies? If you were there, you would know!

Our Annual Taste of the Town is Coming in November!
Businesses- Sponsorships start at only $100!

Our News and Happenings

We would like to thank Unyti for being a Bistro Sponsor for our upcoming Taste of the Town event on November 14th.
To learn more about Unyti and how they can help with your company and its employees, click the button below.

In continuing our video series, click the video below to listen to how a Northwest Chamber of Commerce Membership can help you and your business. 

Listen to why Maisha Robinson encourages businesses to join The Northwest Chamber of Commerce

Member Spotlight: Student Support Network

The Student Network helps students struggling every day with the effects of poverty and homelessness by donating food, clothing and personal care items, basic items they and their families often cannot afford. A high school student who does not have to worry about hunger, dirty clothes, or not having deodorant, toothpaste or shampoo is a student much more capable of concentrating in school.

The Student Support Network focuses on a variety of projects, not only in support of the three schools that are currently part of the Network, but also in support of the broader base of Baltimore County schools whose students are facing food insecurity, poverty and homelessness. Projects include:

  • Spring, Fall, and Winter Drives to collect food, clothing, educational supplies, and toiletries for students
  • Rooms of Support at each of the three member schools to distribute the collected items
  • Annual Fundraiser in October to raise money to pay for additional needed items and emergencies that might occur
  • Thanksgiving Project for homeless students and their families
  • Adopt a Family Project for December Holidays for homeless students and their families
  • Presentations and reports to the Baltimore County Public School administrators and to local and state government representatives on behalf of Baltimore County students in need

SAVE THE DATE:  Our Annual Fundraiser will be held October 22, 2019 at Goucher College

Upcoming Chamber Events

Register to save your seat


FREE Monthly Lunch & Learn

September 18, 2019
11:30AM – 1:00PM
Residence Inn- Owings Mills
10620 Red Run Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Network with 30-40 local business owners and professionals while enjoying a FREE lunch.

Click below to save your seat.

Chamber Girls Networking Happy Hour
Members Only

September 24th
Il Palio- Foundry Row
10090 Reisterstown Rd
Owings, Mills, MD.

The Northwest Chamber of Commerce is hosting their 3nd Quarterly Chamber Girls Networking Night.

We invite current Northwest Chamber members to enjoy free food and a cash-bar with happy hour specials along with fellow women chamber members.

Come enjoy networking at our member restaurant while having a few laughs.

There is a small entrance fee of $7 ($10 at the door). Please register so we can order food accordingly.

(Even though this new Northwest Chamber member-only networking event
is geared for the women of the chamber, men members are welcomed)

Drop-in Networking Lunch

October 8th
Reter’s Crab House and Grille
509 Main Street
Reisterstown, MD 21136

Come break-bread with Northwest Chamber Members and guests.
This networking event is a chance to sit down and get to know local business professionals in an informal event.

All you need to do register now then buy yourself lunch at our host’s location that afternoon.

Come have a tasty lunch and share some laughs while networking.

FREE Lunch and Learn Networking

October 16th
Toyota Financial Services
500 Red Brook Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Network with 30-40 local business owners and professionals while enjoying a FREE lunch.

This monthly networking event normally sells out- so save your seat now.

Our 16th Annual Taste of the Town

November 14th
Metro Centre- Owings Mills
10200 Grand Central Ave.
Owings Mills, MD 21117

For the 16th consecutive year, we are offering the Taste of the Town night out to our community.

You will find 20+ LOCAL restaurants, caterers, bakeries and more offering delicious samples of their amazing foods.
In addition, LOCAL vineyards and breweries will be participating.

Local Businesses: Reach Your Community! Sponsorships Start at Only $100!

Save Your Plate by Registering Now! Tickets will be more expensive at-the-door.

Welcome Our New Members!

Student Support Network
Profile by Sanford
ZMB Media
Jose Tequilla- Owings Mills
Greek Town Pizza & Grill- Owings Mills
Tailored Training Solutions
Lyman Travel Group
Kitchen Saver- Owings Mills

Member Events & News

REMINDER: Members, send us your news, promotions and job listings. We are happy to spread the word for you!

The RIA (Reisterstown Improvement Association) and Izzy Patoka unveiled plaques at three historic buildings on Main St., Reisterstown this past Saturday, celebrating the history of our community.

Dog Fest is Almost Here!
Discounted Tickets End this week!
Available Until September 19th!

Save The Date for a Party: October 19th

The Glyndon Community Association is hosting an adult only (21 and up) costume Halloween Party Saturday October 19th at the Emory Grove Hotel in Glyndon!! Festivities will begin at 8:30pm after the families and little ones finish their annual Halloween Spooktacular. DJ/ beer and wine and hot and cold hors d’oevres will be included. Tickets will go on sale next week $25.00 pp for GCA Members/$30.00 pp for non members. Tickets are limited so don’t wait!!! Much more info coming but save the date!!! There will be prizes for costumes!!

Legislative Updates

The 2020 Baltimore County Zoning Timeline Map is Announced.

The Comprehensive Zoning Map Process (CZMP) takes place every four years on an exact schedule specified in the County Code. Any citizen may request a zoning change on any property in the County.

In July, Councilman Patoka voted to support the approval of a contract for drug treatment provider Gaudenzia to operate at the former Rosewood Center campus in Owings Mills. This is a major step in the right direction as Baltimore County intensifies its efforts against the opioid epidemic and works to improve treatment options.

Recently, the Councilman joined county administrative officer Stacy L Rodgers, Health and Human Services director Gregory Branch, Del. Shelly Laskin Hettleman and representatives from Gaudenzia and neighboring Torah Institute to discuss how they can all be good community partners.

Community Events

Members Hiring

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