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November 29, 2018 – The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT is proud to support the Ellicott City Partnership to help make this holiday season brighter for downtown merchants, many of which were hard hit the catastrophic flood in May.  MILLER’S GRANT stands just three miles outside historic Main Street but upholds the value of small business, the small town feel and the unique atmosphere created by the more than 50 independently owned shops and restaurants that exist there.

Donna Snyder, Director of Sales at MILLER’S GRANT; Jim Hottel, MILLER’S GRANT resident; Michelle Rosenheim, MILLERS’ GRAN Executive Director; Maureen Sweeney Smith, Ellicott City Partnership Executive Director; and Geary Milliken, MILLER’S GRANT President/CEO, show off the wooden stars made by MILLER’S GRANT residents on November 7.

MILLER’S GRANT residents prepared the stars that are being sold to adorn the Main Street Christmas Tree and is a sponsor of Small Business Saturday and Midnight Madness.

  • November 29 Girls Night Out – sip, shop and relax throughout historic Ellicott City before the frantic holiday crush. Discover new shops, gift ideas, dining, etc.
  • December 7 40th Annual Midnight Madness Celebration – Visit with Santa from 4-8pm, tree lighting at 6pm, and late-night shopping and dining.  Free parking and shuttles from 6pm-12:30am.

For details on these and other holiday happenings visit Historic Old Ellicott City.