The 17th annual fair is scheduled for Saturday, July 13 for a second year at Baltimore Crossroads @95.
Perry Hall Town Fair
Monday, January 28, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association is holding a meeting for the 2013 Town Fair on Jan. 28.
Planning for the Town Fair—which generated a passionate response from community members last year, after losing "Perry Hall/White Marsh" from its title and moving to a Middle River zip code—is already underway. The 17th annual fair is scheduled for Saturday, July 13 for a second year at Baltimore Crossroads @95, according to fair organizer and president of the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association Lynn Richardson. Richardson urges community members to get involved in the planning process. The committee's first meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Jan. 28 at Madison Square Federal Savings Bank in Perry Hall. "I encourage anyone who wants input for the fair to join us ... The retailers and property owners have indicated that they are …
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The town fair is expected to move to a mixed-use business center in Middle River.
The 2012 Perry Hall/White Marsh Town Fair is expected to be held at Baltimore Crossroads @95, a fair planner announced on Wednesday. Baltimore Crossroads @95 is a mixed-use business center located along White Marsh Boulevard in Middle River. Follow Perry Hall Patch on Facebook and Twitter. The 16th annual summer fair is scheduled for July 14, according to Lynn Richardson, president of the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association, which organizes and sponsors the fair. "We're looking at this as a very positive thing. The only downside is that it's not in a [Perry Hall or White Marsh] zip code. Now it's become a little more of a regional fair, rather than just a local fair," Richardson told Patch. Al Cunniff, director of marketing for the…
Monday, July 11, 2011
Readers gave the 15th annual Perry Hall/White Marsh Town Fair mixed reviews.
UPDATE (3:30 p.m.)—Several Patch readers and community members have praised Saturday's Perry Hall/White Marsh Town Fair. Others, however, seem to have left disappointed. What did you think about the fair? Was it necessary to charge for children's activities? Was it too big or just the right size? Fairgoers may add to this article's comments or participate in the fair's official survey found here. Check out reader feedback under the article "Town Fair Grows Larger, Retains Community Feel." Select comments are included below. Baltimore County Parent wrote: Great performers this year! Standout bands were That's What She Said, Head Rush, and Riot House! S D wrote: ... I too was very frustrated and disappointed by this year's town fair. I am a…
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Fairgoers flocked to the Honeygo Village Center for family fun.
Bigger and busier than ever, attendees still felt at home during Saturday's Perry Hall/White Marsh Town Fair, said Dennis M. Robinson, Jr., president of the Perry Hall Improvement Association. "Perry Hall has a small town, community feel. It's wonderful to see the community come together and have a great time," Robinson said. The Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association, which coordinated the event, anticipated a record crowd—up to 15,000 people—to visit Honeygo Village Center for music, food, kids activities, community exhibits and numerous family activities. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, who delivered a welcome speech to fairgoers, said he was impressed by the fair's enthusiastic showing. "People were here right at 10," Kamenetz …