2018 UAW GM All American Cruisin’ Car Show comes to White Marsh on Sept. 29

UAW GM Car Show 2017 SmallA big auto show is coming to White Marsh later this month.

The 2018 UAW GM “All American Cruisin’ Car Show” will be held at the GM Baltimore Operations Plans on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The plant is located at 10301 Philadelphia Road in White Marsh.

Proceeds will benefit the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.

The event will feature fun for the whole family – food, music, raffles, games for the kids, etc.

All domestic and classic vehicles are invited. There is a $15 registration fee.


Call 443-425-1500 for more information.

Log Cabin Chocolates to soon reopen in Fallston

Log Cabin ChocolatesA Fallston landmark is preparing to reopen.

Almost one year after it closed, Log Cabin Chocolates on Belair Road is preparing to reopen.

The popular candy shop suddenly closed its doors back in October of last year.

Allison Borsella has purchased the business from her uncle and says there will soon be a grand opening.  Borsella’s grandparents founded Log Cabin Chocolates more than 95 years ago.


An exact grand opening date has not yet been announced, however the shop is now taking pre-orders for fundraisers and corporate/private events.

Goodbye The Barn, Hello Das BierHalle

Das Bierhalle CarneyUPDATE: Das Bierhalle has pushed their opening date back to Tuesday, September 11, 2018.

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The Barn in Carney may be long gone, but an exciting new venue is set to take its place.

Das BierHalle will open its doors on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.

The venue will be Baltimore County’s first German bierhalle.


The new bar will feature 24 draft lines, including 12 German beers and 12 domestic & craft beers.  There will also be 60 other varieties of canned & bottled beer available.

The Barn, a longtime Carney staple, closed its doors back in July.

Das BeirHalle is located at 9527 Harford Road in Carney.

Perry Hall Apple Festival 2018 dates announced

Perry Hall Apple FesitvalUPDATE: Due to Hurricane Florence, the Perry Hall Apple Festival has been rescheduled for September 22 – 23, 2018.

Original story below.


The 2018 Perry Hall Apple Festival will take place on Saturday, September 15, and Sunday, September 16, 2018.

The event will be held at Chapel Hills Farm & Nursery, located at 4350 Chapel Road in Perry Hall.

Activities will include an Amish apple butter demonstration, live bluegrass music by Arrow Horse, face painting, tractor-drawn hayrides, and much more.

There will also be a petting zoo, train rides, mini hay maze, and pedal tractors.

There will be plenty of food, including pulled pork, pizza, kettle corn, pit beef & put turkey, burgers, hot dogs, fries, apple cider, funnel cakes, and much more.

The festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days.

The event is hosted by the Perry Hall Improvement Association.

MedStar Franklin Square to hold ConnectFest community event in September

ConnectFestMedStar Franklin Square Medical Center will be holding a special community event in September.

ConnectFest will be a block party featuring food and entertainment. The event will offer a variety of basic mainstream resources to help maintain and improve community health.

Many social determinants of health – services like transportation, housing, education, workforce development, financial education, and more – require documentation such as photo IDs and birth certificates.

ConnectFest provides direct services, application assistance, and referrals for many of these basic needs.

Attendees can expect to find:

•Free Health Screenings
•Job Placement Assistance
•Social Service Assistance
•Legal Aid
•Free Haircuts from Great Clips®
•Financial Services
•Free Library Cards
•Free Food and Giveaways
•Family Fun

The event will be held on Friday, September 14, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It will take place at 100 Mace Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21221.

ConnectFest is hosted by MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in partnership with the Baltimore County Department of Health and Human Services, Baltimore County Public Schools, Baltimore County Public Libraries, and the Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparity.