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News and Upcoming Events

Would you like to see what an Historic Ellicott City Decorator Show House looks like before our designers work their magic? You are invited to join us at White Hall for an exclusive insiders peek at our 2017 Decorator Show House “Dirty Work” party on Friday, July 14th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.  In addition to enjoying wine, beer and light casual fare, you’ll get the chance to meet our designers and check out their decorating vision and plans for each room.

Admission: $5, cash, per person, at the door. 

 


On Sunday, May 7, HEC held its Annual Membership Meeting during which the new leadership for the 2017-2018 year was voted-in.  HEC is pleased to announce the following Executive Committee, Board of Directors and Advisory Council.

Officers

President: Joan Becker

Vice President: Karen Learmouth

Secretary: Peg Maxson

Treasurer: Valerie Hyer

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On Sunday, May 7, HEC held its Annual Membership Meeting.  The meeting began with a tree dedication led by Ed Lilley in memory of Roland Bounds for his contributions over 50 years of service to historic preservation, the Historic Ellicott City community and HEC as a Past President.  The tree and plaque are located near the Courthouse and the Howard County Historical Society Museum.  After the ceremony and remarks, HEC conducted its Annual Meeting…


Join us at HEC’s Annual Membership Meeting to celebrate our 2016 successes and take a look at what is on the horizon

Annual Membership Meeting
Sunday, May 7, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Mt. Ida Mansion
3691 Sarahs Lane, Ellicott City, 21043

Preservation Maryland and Historic Ellicott City, Inc. are pleased to announce a new grant program to benefit historic Ellicott City in Howard County, Maryland.

The Historic Ellicott City Revitalization Grant Program will provide direct assistance for the rehabilitation and preservation of properties, and the promotion of cultural resources within the Ellicott City Historic District boundaries. Non-profit organizations, religious institutions, and county agencies will be eligible to apply.

$50,000 in funding will be made available and will be disbursed in grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 to grant awardees.

Projects eligible for funding from the grant program fall into three broad categories:

  • Repair and rehabilitation
  • Public programming
  • Planning

In 2017 repair and rehabilitation will be the priority funding category. Grant applications are due to Preservation Maryland by June 2, 2017.