Ellicott City Partnership hosts the 43rd Annual Midnight Madness on December 3rd – scotteblog.com
Press Release sent out to Scott E’s Blog from Ellicott City Partnership:
The Ellicott City Partnership (ECP) holds the 43rd Annual Midnight Madness in historical Ellicott City on Friday, December 3rd at 6:00 pm. Site visitors rate to sign up with the yearly celebrations occurring at the Howard County Welcome Center, situated at 8267 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD.
. Site visitors are welcomed to experience the historical area with purchasing, eating, as well as taking pleasure in the merrymaking around the community. See increased vacation designs throughout community stores. Discover that distinct present for your unique somebody as well as appreciate our dining establishments that will certainly be offering joyful options late right into the night. All participants are motivated to reach Ellicott City by 5:30 PM.
A shuttle bus will certainly be going through the community to move customers right into community as well as back to the complementary whole lots.
Christopher Pineda, Executive Director specifies “Midnight Madness is an ideal time to find to Old Ellicott City and also appreciate it with friends and family. Annually our community prepares to invite the neighborhood and also visitors to participate of the vacation celebrations, and also this year we’re full of delight to be able to invite back those we have not seen in over a year because of the pandemic.”
The Ellicott City Partnership will certainly introduce the Midnight Madness celebrations at 6:00 pm with the yearly tree illumination, funded by BGE. Neighborhood chosen authorities will certainly remain in presence, consisting of County Executive Calvin Ball, Councilwoman Liz Walsh, Delegate Courtney Watson, as well as extra.
For instructions, car park info, as well as various other information go to http://www.VisitOldEllicottCity.com.
The Ellicott City Partnership (ECP) is a not-for-profit company that looks for to maintain the heritage and also vigor of Old Ellicott City (OEC) while improving as well as producing financial development.