Thursday, April 18, 2013
The Ferry Point Marina in Arnold is hosting a Nautical Flea Market on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
With summer fast approaching, boat owners in Broadneck have been busy in their spare time preparing for smooth sailing out in the Chespaeake Bay. In doing some spring cleaning, have you found yourself with an excess of nautical materials? The Ferry Point Marina in Arnold is hosting a Nautical Flea Market on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. So if you are looking for some cool new boating items or have some items to get rid of, this weekend would be a good opportunity. The marina is located at 700 Mill Creek Road in Arnold, nestled along the scenic Magothy River. For more information on the flea market, including the form necessary for sellers to participate in the event, check the Ferry Point Marina's website.
Monday, February 18, 2013
On Facebook, commenters seemed to be of the same mind, saying the property owner should pack up, or clean the site up.
One of the more popular stories on Severna Park Patch last week was a photo gallery of a controversial fenced-in property alongside Ritchie Highway. The site is often used to sell flowers and Christmas trees, but right now it is not being operated and instead is used to house used furniture. In January, the property's owner Donna Marsh was issued a citation for operating a flea market on the land in violation of county zoning laws. On Facebook, commenters seemed to be of the same mind, saying the property owner should pack up, or clean the site up. Ellen McCourt Scarano: "I doubt the quality of the furniture is very good. I'd prefer the flower stand. It's my prettiest memory of my first days living in this area." Cathy Benjamin Pette: "…
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Asbury UMC's event proves one man's trash is another man's treasure.
If you were traveling along busy Church Road in Arnold Saturday morning, you would have seen a long line of people all ready to find great deals at the annual Asbury United Methodist Church flea market. “We were so pleased with the turnout,” said Faye Bowman, the head of the day’s activities and member of the church’s United Methodist Women's (UMW) group, the sponsor of the annual event. Started about 20 years ago, the event is a sign that the spring season is right around the corner for this community. “People get to do spring cleaning a little early,” said Bowman who explained that donations for the sale came from the entire church as well as the families of the preschool and community center. The event was started by church member …