|We greatly value each moment of our lives, and we hope you will preserve all your special moments through our handmade customized lamps. Our lamp shades are handmade with Hanji, traditional Korean paper that has been in use for over 1500 years. Due to its sturdiness and smooth texture, Hanji has been used to make various household items, such as sliding doors and lanterns. Our Hanji lamps provide a classic, yet personal and sentimental, atmosphere. If you send us your precious photos, we will adjust the photos and create a lampshade that depicts your own personal story.
In addition to Hanji lamps, we also offer other gifts that are made of Hanji, such as handmade cards to celebrate graduations, birthdays, mother’s day, and others. We also offer traditional African art, called Tinga Tinga, from Tanzania, which displays brilliant and highly saturated colors. Please visit our store in Ellicott City and we would love to share with you our passion in traditional art and gifts.
Joan Eve has been located in Historic Ellicott City since 1996. Her store is currently located just up the street from the B&O Railroad Station Museum with plenty of parking available nearby. The store is convenient to Baltimore, Frederick and other parts of Maryland.
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Browsing the eclectic store you will find new and unique antique and collectible items each time you visit. Joan specializes in all types of classics and collectibles from artwork, pocket watches and estate jewelry to Japanese Ivory carvings and hard to find furniture.Joan Eve also features a wide variety of antiques and collectibles including:
...But maybe your eyes are?
If you are over 40 don't rule out the possibility of
cataracts if you are experiencing clouded or blurry
vision, sensitivity to light, dullness of colors, or difficulty
driving at night.
A cataract is when the natural lens of the eye becomes
clouded due to age and eventually causes blindness.
Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss
for those over 40, so it is important to have your eyes
examined regularly. The good news is, if you need cataract
surgery it is a very successful procedure for restoring vision.
There are a number of risk factors for cataracts:
- extended UV exposure
- certain medications
- eye injury or surgery
- family history among others.
Contact us to learn more about prevention, risks and
treatment for cataracts to ensure years of healthy vision.
Professional Vision - Ellicott City: 9150 Baltimore Natl Pike # 15 - Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
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Patapsco is a body of archival, photographic, and sculptural works anchored by artist Riley Goodman’s relationship with the Patapsco River Valley. The series, inspired largely in the aftermath of the 2016 Ellicott City flood, operates as a means to illustrate a narrative through objects, places, and stories that have endured the passage of time and have been recovered by the artist over the past sixteen years.
Each work is established through its representation of the towns of Catonsville, Daniels, and Ellicott City, Maryland. The work analyzes the relationship of these three locations to the Patapsco River and to Goodman’s personal and genealogical history.
Patapsco seeks to expose history that is hiding in plain site, each piece contributing to a larger story of the historically rich Patapsco River Valley and the way in which this area has nurtured and shaped the artist as a person.
The exhibit is presented in conjunction with Ellicott City’s Flood Commemoration Anniversary by the Howard County Historical Society and Patapsco Heritage Greenway. It is sponsored by Indigo Ink Digital Printing.
Grab a blanket or lawn chair, bring the family, have a picnic and enjoy the sounds of summer! For information, call 410-313-4700, TTY 410-313-4665. *Schedules subject to change. For a recorded announcement about cancellation due to inclement or extreme heat related weather, call 410-313-4451 after 5 PM on the day of the performance. Refreshments available for sale. Boat Rentals available at Centennial Park, and the Adventure Shack is open for food sales and refreshments.
Enjoy some oldies but goodies with Groove Quest. Join us for the annual Canned Food Drive! The Community Action Council of Howard County will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Howard County Food Bank at all Sunset Serenades concerts. For more information about CAC, visit www.cac-hc.org.
SALE ENDS JULY 22ND!
There are a limited number of seats available for this event, so hurry up and get yours before they are gone. You wont want to miss out on a hand picked selection of Howard Counties finest breweries without the hassle of driving and with the added perks of behind the scenes tours, a fresh pint of your choice at each stop, swag, good times, and more!
11:15 am, Park for free at the Sheraton of Colucgmbia
11:45 am, Bus departs promptly.
12:00 – 1:00 pm, Manor Hill Brewing
1:15 – 2:15 pm, Black Flag Brewing
2:30 – 3:30 pm, Frisco Tap House
3:45 – 4:45 pm, Jailbreak Brewing
5:00 pm, Arrive back at the Sheraton
To commemorate your visit to 4 of Howard Counties craft breweries, you will be given a custom designed Howard On Tap pint glass to take home. Upon arriving back at the hotel, you will be invited to enjoy happy hour specials designed specifically for Maryland Brewery Tours guests, and receive discounted rates at the beautiful lakefront Sheraton should you choose to stay the night.
Have questions? Visit www.mdbrewerytours.com for more information.
The 72nd Annual Howard County Fair will be held from August 5th - August 12th, 2017. The fair will be open daily from 8AM - 11PM all week. For more information, please visit: www.HowardCountyFair.org.
The Howard County Fair contains something for all ages with exhibits, animals, agricultural displays, contests, entertainment, amusement rides, food, family-oriented fun, and more! General admission tickets are $5.00 for 10 years & up, senior admission tickets are $2.00 for 62 years & up, and children under 10 years old are free. Parking is free on-site. For the full schedule of events, please visit: www.HowardCountyFair.org/schedule.
The Maryland All-State Community Band will perform its 5th annual concert on Sunday, August 6 at 3:00 p.m. at Marriotts Ridge High School at 12100 Woodford Dr, Marriottsville, MD. Admission is free and no tickets are required.
The Maryland All-State Community Band is composed of musicians from all over the state, selected annually, and will be directed by Dr. Harlan Parker, conductor at the Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University and Coordinator of the Peabody Music Education Division.
The entire program will consist of original compositions for concert band: “Fiesta del Pacifico” by Roger Nixon, “Chorale and Alleluia” by Howard Hanson, “La Fiesta Mexicana” by H. Owen Reed, “Rest” by Frank Ticheli, and “Sketches on a Tudor Psalm” by Fisher Tull. This promises to be an exciting and rewarding musical experience for people of all ages!
Songs, dancing, comedy act and instrumental pieces. $1,000 prize money awarded to 1st place, $750 for 2nd place, and $500 for 3rd place acts! Powered by 93.1 WPOC.
For more information, including entry instructions, visit: http://howardcountyfair.org/sites/default/files/talent-show-entry-form.pdf
Ticket included in the price of admission to the Howard County Fair!
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