Upcoming CPR Class
Date/Time: Sunday, April 7, 2013 @ 8:00AM
Location: Pikesville Fire Company
BLS for Healthcare Provider Class
Sunday, April 7, 2013 08:00-
The next American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR course is scheduled for Sunday April 7, 2013. Registration opens 7:30am, class runs from 8am until lunch time. Cost is $60, cash or money order (checks are accepted but cards are not mailed until the check clears). We encourage everyone to pre-pay in the Course Enrollment section of www.bcfmt.com via PayPal or credit card to ensure that you have a seat in the class. You may also simply show up the morning of class to the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company Bingo Hall, 40 E. Sudbrook Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208 by 7:30am to review class materials. Please wear appropriate clothing and closed shoes to class for your comfort and safety.
The next available classes will be held Sunday May 5 and June 9, 2013.
Designer registration opens for Baltimore Fashion Week 2013
Designers of any style/category has an opportunity to showcase during this annual event
BALTIMORE -- August 8, 2013, kicks off the 6th production year for the fashion event, Baltimore Fashion Week. Baltimore Fashion Week is August 8 – 11, 2013 and will be hosted for a repeat year at the DoubleTree/Hilton, located in Pikesville.
Since 2013, designers have been given the opportunity to select from 2 levels of participation. The participation levels are Standard and Open Creativity. The Standard level is for designers who wish to utilize the skill sets of models selected by the design team of Baltimore Fashion Week. The Open Creativity level is for designers who wish to showcase their collection using models provided by the designer’s company. Each option includes guest tickets, on-lie and published marketing campaigns, runway collection images, runway collection video, and more. A designer showcasing in Baltimore Fashion Week can showcase up to 20 looks.
“As Executive Producer of this event, it is important to me that the designers receive top notch marketing and production affects for their collection. Providing registration perks like runway images and video, is a key component to the success of the designers that showcase in this event,” stated Nixon of Baltimore Fashion Week.
Designers interested in participating in Baltimore Fashion Week should submit 3 to 5 images or sketches of either a current or intended collection for review and approval. Submission information should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the information is received and reviewed a decision will be rendered regarding approval for this year’s production.
“I think it is important for any designer interested in participating in this event to understand our job as producers for this event is NOT to criticize collections, but guide approved designers into the right pathway towards the next level in their fashion careers. Baltimore Fashion Week is designed to offer creative individuals a platform to showcase their talents and our registration is open to all who wish to showcase during this 6th production year,” stated Nixon.
More information about this event is available via the website www.baltimore-fashionweek.com. Early bird tickets are on sale now for this event.google_ad_section_end
Maryland Home & Garden Show
from 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday, March 2, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday, March 3, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday, March 8, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, March 9, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday, March 10, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The Maryland Home & Garden Show is blossoming with indoor and outdoor inspiration—including artful landscaping inspired by cinema classics such as The Great Gatsby, Big Fish and Caddyshack. Local gardening pros will create picture-perfect garden extravaganzas based on popular films as part of this year’s “Films in Flowers” theme. Over two weekends, the Maryland Home & Garden Show, now in its 32nd year, will feature:
•Landscaped Gardens: Local landscape professionals will showcase unique solutions for outdoor living in over 17 fully landscaped settings inspired by favorite films, complete with flowers, water features, patios and fire pits.
•More than 300 exhibitors: Home professionals will be on hand to help weekend warriors spruce up their homes, inside and out. The Maryland Home & Garden Show offers the latest products and services homeowners need to tackle any project—from decks and patios to kitchens and baths, from cabinets and countertops to hot tubs and water proofing to going green and beyond.
•Dr. Lori (1st weekend): Award-winning TV personality and nationally-syndicated columnist Dr. Lori will tell Show visitors what’s “cheap” and what’s “chic” as she evaluates their favorite flea-market finds, attic treasures and family hand-me-downs during her humorous antique appraisals.
•Wall Wizard (2nd weekend): Brian Santos, the nationally-known “Wall Wizard,” will offer tricks, tips and techniques for working with wallpaper, paint and faux finishes. Learn how to clean a paint brush in 15 seconds or less!
•Horticulture Hall (2nd weekend): Fanciers of floral arrangements won’t want to miss the Orchid Show & Sale, a perennial spring show favorite featuring thousands of incredible flowers. Those interested in miniature gardening will enjoy the Baltimore Bonsai Club’s educational exhibits on how to maintain and style bonsai.
•Maryland Spring Craft Show: More than 125 juried craftspeople will display and sell unique, handmade creations, including artwork, jewelry, pottery, fashion and home accessories.
•Free Seminars, Consultations: Homeowners can get tips and tricks for projects big and small at daily seminars led by experts, plus members of the American Society of Interior Designers will be on hand for complimentary consultations.