Event Blog

Vintage Car Show on August 8th

Columbia Town Center invites you to a vintage car show on August 8th from 12-3 PM. This FREE event includes everything from sports cars to specialty cars. There is limited parking at Historic Oakland. We encourage attendees to park along Vantage Point Road and/or other public streets and walk to the event. In the case there is rain, the event will be pushed to August 15th.  Get your FREE tickets here

Town Center’s Holiday Craft Fair at Historic Oakland

Town Center Community Association will hold its Annual Holiday Craft Fair at Historic Oakland. This is a juried event featuring handmade crafts and gifts from 40+ vendors.

When :  Saturday, November 10, 2018

Time:    10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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

Cost:    FREE​ “but registration suggested”

Registration: Click – tcca2018holidaycraftfair.eventbrite.com

For more information, please call 410-730-4744

Bugs That Bite

Bugs That Bite: How to Combat Mosquitoes and Ticks This Summer

Plus a new invasive species coming to Maryland – the Lanternfly

Town Center Community Association is hosting a Tick and Mosquito Prevention Information Session presented by Columbia Association on Friday, May 18 from 7-8 pm at Historic Oakland, 5430 Vantage Point Road. Residents will learn about ticks in the area, tick prevention techniques, and how to spot the symptoms of Lyme disease. This summer is predicted to be a bad year for ticks, so join us and learn ways to protect you and your family from tick-borne diseases. You will also learn some interesting facts about mosquitoes, and how to combat mosquito breeding in your neighborhood.

Added to the conversation is the Lanternfly, an invasive species expected to come to Maryland this summer. Learn what to look for with this pest.

Although this is a free event, seating is limited, so please register now.

For more information, contact Town Center at 410-730-4744 or [email protected]

To register click this link https://bugsandmoths.eventbrite.com

2018 Spring Senior Luncheon

Come and join us for a wonderful luncheon, Viola music performed by Vasili Frankos and a presentation by Tom Mungo on the history of Historic Oakland from its concept in 1810 to present. 

Find out why Charles Sterrett changed his surname to Ridgely or why James Rouse chose this for his company’s first headquarters, or how it became the home of a Maryland militia.

Tickets are free to Town Center residents but please bring canned goods for the Grassroots kitchen. Guests of Town Center residents are welcome to accompany you for $5.00. This event typically sells out so register now.

To register click this link https://2018springluncheon.eventbrite.com