Our new May Newsletter is here.
It’s a gorgeous – and fun – time of year in downtown Towson. From the changing leaves on the trees and spooky decorations on the buildings to the terrific new mural being painted on the outside of the library, the town is bustling with energy and good cheer.
There are lots of things for Hampton Plaza Apartments residents to do over the next few weeks, from kiddie crafts to adult trick or treating. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:
November is your last chance to grab local produce, drinks, prepared foods, arts, crafts and other goodies from Towson Farmers’ Market vendors. The market pops up on Allegheny Ave. from 10: 45 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursdays. The last day is November 19.
On Thursday, Oct. 29, The Point hosts a kid-friendly pumpkin painting night. Each ticket includes a seat, a kid’s meal, a pumpkin to paint and other crafts. Plus, there will be food and drink specials for the parents during the event. Fun for the whole family!
Instead of a traditional Halloween party, Café Troia is offering a one-night-only special prix fixe menu, including dishes like Kraken Kalamari (fried calamari in squid ink batter) and RIP Risotto (acorn squash risotto).
The fun in Towson doesn’t stop on Halloween. There are plenty of great events coming up in November, too:
Towson Town Center’s Christmas Market takes place Friday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 15. The event, featuring artisans and crafters, takes place on the third level in the center rotunda and the Macy’s courtyard.