“EC History Comes Alive” when historic interpreters and re-enactors visit Ellicott City on select weekends throughout the year.
APRIL 1 – 30, 2022: Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo)“See Through Poems” will showcase a collection of poems that speak to the town’s history, commerce, and people. Twenty-five different poems will be on display in Main Street’s windows.
APRIL 9, 2022: The first in a three-part series of commemorative EC250 cans from Manor Hill Brewing debuts featuring their signature IPA. EC250 weekends at Manor Hill Farm mark the occasion of each release with “EC History Comes Alive” reenactors and special activities onsite.
APRIL 22, 2022: Howard County Historical Society hosts the Grand Opening of Ellicott’s Quaker School Children’s Museum adjacent to the Museum of Howard County History. The new children’s activity booklet, “A Journey Thru 250 Years of Ellicott Mills History” hits the street to encourage young and old alike to explore and learn more about the town’s history.
April 23: George Ellicott and his daughter Martha will be on hand when StoneBridge Advisors, LLC host an Open House of the George Ellicott House
Descendants of the Miami Nation visit town to discuss their renown leader Mihšihkinaahkwa’s (Chief Little Turtle’s) relationship with the Ellicotts and the tribe’s connection to the town and local Quaker groups.
The first of four “For the Record” Digital Days provides the community an opportunity to add personal family photos and stories relative to Ellicott City to the official historical record of the town.