Please join the W4W group for lunch and a little history in Ellicott City on Saturday March 23.  We’ll meet at 12:00 noon for lunch at the Ellicott Mills Brewing Company, 8308 Main Street (http://www.ellicottmillsbrewing.com/).  Following lunch, we’ll walk to the Howard County Historical Society Museum, 8328 Court Avenue (http://hchsmd.org/).  Those who wish to carpool can meet at the church at 11:30.

Please RSVP to womenforwomen@cmpcusa.org, or to Linda Shields, lbshields@verizon.net, by March 16.  All are welcome to join us.  If you would not be able to navigate a flight of stairs, please email Linda with this information so that we can arrange for appropriate space in the restaurant.

The museum has recently opened a new exhibit, “A River Runs Through It”, which illustrates the numerous flood events that have plagued Ellicott City throughout its history.  The building itself is worth seeing – it was the home of the First Presbyterian Church of Howard County from 1894 to 1959, and the museum has maintained the sanctuary, with beautiful stained glass windows and an 1800’s pipe organ, to use for concerts and lectures.