Bingo & Brownies hosted by Town Center Community Association

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Reminder – Sign up for a fun night of Bingo & Brownies!
Hosted by the Town Center Community Association

When: Friday, March 18, 2016

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM

Where: Historic Oakland
5430 Vantage Point Rd, Columbia, MD  21044

Cost: FREE for Town Center Residents
$5.00 for Non-Town Center Residents

Registration: Click
http://www.bingoandbrownies.eventbrite.com

Advance tickets are required. This event is limited to the first 50 who register.

Tickets include brownies, drinks, and first 2 bingo cards.

Enjoy a fun night with friends and family! Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

For information about other events please visit our website http://www.columbiatowncenter.org// and LIKE the events on our facebook http://www.facebook.com/TownCenterCommunityAssociation.

Questions? Please call 410-730-4744

Columbia Festival of the Arts Winter Festival February 4-21

Columbia Festival of the Arts Winter Festival February 4-21

Columbia Festival of the Arts officially announces their Winter Fall Festival line up. Embracing the theme “Beyond The Blues,” Columbia Festival of the Arts will present ten (10) dynamic events which include headliners

MONTEREY JAZZ FESTIVAL ON TOUR, the music of ‘Trane, Miles & Mingus with Vince di
Mura and James Brandon Lewis,

August Wilson’s play GEM OF THE OCEAN,

Sundance Award Winning Films FRUITVALE STATION & 20 FEET FROM STARDOM,

six short plays from New Theatre Movement BLACK LIVES, BLACK WORDS,

an Art Gallery Reception and Blues Concert with Samuel James, plus insightful lectures including a conversation with Baltimore Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah, play readings, and more.

Tickets & information available at:  www.columbiafestival.org

Important Pre-Submission Meeting on Downtown Columbia Plan

Important Pre-Submission Meeting on Downtown Columbia Plan
A Pre-submission Community Meeting has been scheduled for the purpose of providing information to the community regarding a proposed Development Rights and Responsibilities Agreement with respect to the proposed redevelopment of certain properties in Downtown Columbia.
The proposed agreement is in furtherance of the Joint Recommendations for Affordable Housing in Downtown Columbia and the vision for Downtown Columbia expressed in the Downtown Columbia Plan.  This meeting is the next step in the public engagement process regarding these Joint Recommendations, subsequent to the series of public work sessions held by the Howard County Council on the topic between June and November of 2015.
This Pre-submission Community Meeting will allow community residents and adjacent landowners to ask questions and make comments.
DATE:                Saturday, February 13, 2016
TIME:                 1:00 pm
LOCATION:       Howard Community College
                            Student Services Hall, Room 400
                            10910 Little Patuxent Parkway
                            Columbia, MD 21044

Columbia Solar Information Session

Columbia Solar Info Session

Join the Columbia Association for an information session to learn more about the basics of solar! Neighbors in Howard County are going solar as a group and getting a discount. Based on the same principle as buying in bulk, homeowners will save 20% off the standard cost of a solar system.

The Columbia Association has partnered with Retrofit Baltimore to make it easy and affordable for residents to go solar. As a non-profit community resource, Retrofit Baltimore serves as your advocate and guides you through each step of the process. Your Energy Advisor will offer personalized assistance, answer questions, and ensure that you receive quality service from a vetted and screened contractor.

When

February 04, 2016 at 7pm – 8:30pm

Where

Claret Hall
6020 Daybreak Cir
Clarksville, MD 21029

Contact

Paul Cole · pcole@retrofitbaltimore.org · (410) 929-6257