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Blog Post by Brandt Dirmeyer
Brandt Dirmeyer, Chesapeake Bay Trust Conservation Corps Member
July 16, 2017
With the town in mid-summer vibrancy after nearly a full year of restoration post-flood, locals of all ages are capturing the beauty of Old Ellicott City in their artwork. With the practice of putting ink to paper, whether it's to draw with lines or to draw with words, there emerges within us a deeper connection to our sense of place.

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Press Release
July 7, 2017
The Patapsco Heritage Area received just over $160,000 in five grants from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority including Management and Marketing grants for Patapsco Heritage Greenway, $30,000 in funds to Howard County Recreation and Parks to begin the restoration of the Ellicott City Barnard Fort House as a Heritage Center, a survey and interpretive signage grant for the Oella Historical Society for the Historic Oella Cemetery Project, and $15,000 to the Ellicott City Partnership for Heritage Maps and tear off maps for Ellicott City. Click the header to read the full press release from the Governor!
Press Release
Patapsco Heritage Greenway
New Art Exhibit to Open As Part of Ellicott City's Flood Commemoration Anniversary
Patapsco is a body of archival, photographic, and sculptural works anchored by the artist’s relationship with the Patapsco River Valley. The series, which was inspired in the aftermath of the 2016 Ellicott City flood, works to illustrate a narrative through recovered objects, places, and stories that have endured the passage of time. Goodman’s work seeks to expose history that is hiding in plain sight. Each piece strives to contribute to the larger story of the historically rich Patapsco River Valley and the ways it has nurtured and shaped the artist. Click on the title to read more...
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