Ellicott City Today: August 10
Head into the day a little more informed.
We can expect a sunny, warm day today with high temperatures near 90 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures should drop to the low 60s overnight with a few clouds in the sky.
The Ellicott City Farmers Market is today at St. John's Episcopal Church from 2 - 6 p.m. Blackberry and squash harvest should be in full-swing. To find out what else is available, visit the Economic Development Authority's harvest calendar.
Enjoy the weather at an outdoor concert. Tonight at 8:30, Tom Principato plays blues and roots rock at Centennial Park. Bring blankets and a picnic, or rent a boat and watch from the lake. The concert is free, but there's a $3 donation requested for parking. If the weather takes a turn, call 410-313-4451 for schedule changes.
A commission to study the Howard County Board of Education will have its first meeting tonight at 7 in the George Howard Building. The County Board of Education Study Commission will consider concerns expressed by residents about fair representation on the board.
And ... On this day in 1821, Missouri became the 24th state.