Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Concerts, parades, family activities and more will honor the U.S. military.
Memorial Day Weekend 2013 runs from May 25-27 and is the unofficial first weekend of summer. County schools are closed and many offices close to mark this holiday. While swimming pools typically open up this weekend, there are a number of other local activities that may interest you and your family. Know of something going on, not featured on the list? Tell us about it in the comments section below. Rockville Hometown Holidays - This year marks the 25th anniversary of this popular weekend-long event which features music, food and family fun, culminating with a ceremony and parade on Monday. This year, a diverse slate of bands are scheduled - from Baltimore’s Kelly Bell band and local favorites The Nighthawks to Jah Works and a Tom Petty …
The Perry Hall singing group will participate in the museum's Pay It Forward fund-raiser on May 22.
They've performed at Baltimore Blast games. They've performed at Ripken Stadium. They've performed at tree-lighting ceremonies. They've even performed for WJZ-13's Manic Monday segment on multiple occasions. And now, they're using their lovely voices for charity. Chapel Hill Elementary School's sing group The Sensations will perform at Port Discovery Children's Museum Pay It Forward fund-raiser on May 22. "Funds raised benefit the Museum's School and Family Access programs which provide free or reduced admission for children and caregivers from under represented and challenged communities, children with special needs, and military families," according to Port Discovery's website. Spokeswoman Andria Washington said the event is mean to "…
Friday, May 3, 2013
Perry Hall High School's breakdance club has grown in popularity.
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Freshman Marlee Forsyth was picked as one of 56 student performers in the Camp Broadway Kids’ New York Pops 30th Birthday Gala.
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Ask 14-year-old Marlee Forsyth. The Perry Hall freshman was one of 56 student-performers selected to sing and dance at the iconic theatre for Camp Broadway Kids’ New York Pops 30th Birthday Gala. “I was just really happy to be a part of everything,” Forsyth said. “It was a magical weekend.” Forsyth is an aspiring singer-actress who has performed in all three of Perry Hall High School’s stage shows including the fall play A Shot In The Dark, the spring musical How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and the school’s first dinner theatre production of Our Town. “Take everything you can get, that’s always been my motto,” Forsyth said. Forsyth was selected to perform at Carnegie Hall after auditioning …
Monday, April 29, 2013
All eyes were on Dancemoves Studio of Dance Saturday evening.
Behold the power of pink. Foot traffic on The Avenue at White Marsh was brought to a standstill Saturday evening, with all eyes focused on a coordinated dance routine orchestrated by Dancesmove Studio of Dance. The flash mob lasted all of 3 minutes, but the visual of 20 grown men struggling for synergy to the tune of Whitney Houston's "I wanna dance with somebody" will last for... ever? FYI—this is exactly the kind of video we'd love to see pop up in our Neighborhood Gallery. Add your photos and videos to the Perry Hall Neighborhood Gallery. Better yet, start blogging! >>> Keep up with all Perry Hall, White Marsh news by following us on Twitter and Facebook and by signing up for the daily newsletter.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
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Monday, April 8, 2013
Students from Baltimore County high schools participated in the first Prom Jam fashion show at the White Marsh Mall Saturday.
Post your own pictures and videos from the fashion show! Twenty-three Baltimore County High School students, include Perry Hall's Daniel Borowy, walked the runway Saturday for the first Prom Jam fashion show at White Marsh Mall. The models showed off prom trends including metalics and bright colors, as well as a blend of after-party wear. Stop by White Marsh Mall between now and April 13 for a chance to win $200 gift card. Just look for the Prom Jam back drop on the bottom level at the center court. Details here. Who wore it best? Which young model showed off your favorite look? How will you be dressing for prom? Start the conversation in the comments section below. Related Content: >>> Be sure to keep up with all Perry Hall news …
Friday, April 5, 2013
Take a sneak peak behind the curtain at a dress rehearsal for the inaugural fashion show and demo, just in time for prom season.
Prom Jam 2013 will be held on Saturday, April 6 from noon to 4 p.m. at the White Marsh Mall, 8200 Perry Hall Blvd. A runway show, hair and makeup demos, as well as free photos and a contest will round out the afternoon. Read More: Ten in-demand retailers will be on display, as 23 local high school students model the latest in prom fashion. Have you started thinking about prom? >>> Be sure to keep up with all Perry Hall news by following Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for the daily newsletter here to also receive breaking news alerts.
All eyes will be on the runway at White Marsh Mall Saturday for Prom Jam.
Prom is just around the corner, Perry Hall. T-minus 45 days to be exact! OK, so Perry Hall's prom might be a few weeks away, although students can start getting excited this weekend at the inaugural Prom Jam fashion show and interactive event at the White Marsh Mall. From noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, mall-goers will be treated to a fashion show featuring local high schoolers, hair and make-up demos as well as the chance to win a $200 gift card. “We want to provide teens with the latest prom tips and trends in an entertaining, stress-free way. Prom Jam combines all the elements important to teens—fashion, retailer deals, music and fun with friends—and it’s all free,” said Jessica Benson, marketing manager for White Marsh Mall. Organizers, …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Forty different acts performed at the annual Perry Hall High School Talent Show Wednesday evening. Share your photos and videos from the show here.
Did you go to the show? Post your pictures and videos of your favorite moments here! Who needs Howie, Heidi, Howard or Mel B when you have a packed auditorium full of screaming Gators? Perry Hall High School was bursting at the seams Wednesday evening, showcasing the top talent the school had to offer for the largest talent show the school has seen, at least in recent history. Get the Perry Hall Patch newsletter and breaking news alerts. About 40—yes 40—acts ranging from quirky comedy to dramatic dancing and a whole lot of guitar jams in between, took the stage. (See photos) "This event grows every years," Dana Brown, the PHHS Student Council supervisor, said. "It's a huge priority for our administration." Student Council president …