With Small Business Saturday just around the corner on Saturday, November 30, Route One Fun has a fantastic shopping guide with over 40 local artisan shops where you'll be sure to find gifts and merchandise for everyone on your shopping list. Finds in the University Park are the place where you can find all your nostalgic heirlooms and gifts in one place. They carry everything from hand-printed items to items designed by local artists such as handbags, handbags, hats, jewelry and more.
A few blocks south on Baltimore Avenue, you go to the brother-in-law - in - who runs the tasting room that redesigned it in the early 1920s to offer cocktails. A few doors down is 82 Brewing Co., which opened in 2018 in a former garage owned and operated by three graduates of Gallaudet University, the first deaf brewery in Maryland. On Saturday, 30 November and Sunday, 1 December 2018, the trams will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The park is located at the intersection of Baltimore Avenue and College Park Road, south of the University of Maryland campus. The park offers a variety of activities for children and adults as well as a range of family-friendly activities and offers a range of outdoor activities such as picnicking, hiking, cycling, swimming, fishing, camping and much more.
The facility comprises 40 practice sites, 15 of which are used indoors for winter use and 15 outdoors for summer operation. The tennis club has a tennis court, tennis courts, a running track, indoor and outdoor courts and a volleyball court.
Visitor parking is available in the College Park Shopping Center parking lot on the corner of Main Street and College Avenue. Visit us and consult a store employee who can answer questions about same-day deliveries or directions. The home service is available Monday through Friday noon or by email [email protected] or by phone (410) 888-467-3200.
Route One Fun does not earn a sales commission, but we make these efforts because small businesses live, work and engage in the local community. If you are a small business that reads this guide and would like to promote something for this year, please contact us. Supporting local small businesses makes you feel good not only about yourself, but also about the community you live and work in. While last year's discount doesn't apply, your support is eternal, so go shopping now and go shopping!
Honey Glow in Berwyn Heights wants to share their products with you so you can also experience the benefits of bees and natural ingredients. Learn more about their upcoming over-the-counter products and where you can become an artist!
This company is one of 40 great small businesses featured on the route. None of the above companies were paid to appear in the guide, but participation is open to all local small businesses. Joe's Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier is nestled where you can find African drumming lessons, music, art, food and more. Participation is open to local smaller businesses, with a $10 entry fee for each business and $20 for the entire group.
This is one of the most popular stores in College Park, with a wide selection of clothing, accessories and accessories, as well as a wide selection of specialty items.
The university was founded in 1856 as Maryland Agricultural College and today offers a wide range of academic programs. Located on the edge of the Adelphi campus, University College offers more than 1,000 bachelor and master's degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and attracts a large number of students from across the region. Maryland College Park, the largest performing arts center in the state, hosts about 1,000 events each year, including concerts, dance performances and other events with faculty, staff, students, faculty and alumni from across Maryland and beyond.
College Park Airport has been operating since 1909 and is one of the oldest airports in the world. It is the only continuously operated airport in Maryland and the second oldest in North America.
In 2011, the University of Maryland and the city of College Park announced plans to make the airport the first of its kind in the United States and one in the world. It's a landscape that has since been shaped by its walkable traverse of urban development that meets other D.C. suburbs. The corridor, lined with new shops and restaurants, is lined with paved paths protected from traffic. This is no different here, as the employees, who are considered indispensable, keep pace with customers who are anxious to overload their shopping carts.
The number of people who can shop at the same time is limited, and many stores impose limits on how many you can buy at the same time, which prevents shoppers from buying more than one or two or even two or three items at once.