Check out users' pictures from Ellicott City's Midnight Madness - and upload your own.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Friday, December 7, 2012
Enjoy a festive atmosphere with music, refreshments and special promotions. Wine, dine and shop until midnight.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Share photos of Midnight Madness and we'll feature them throughout the month.
Do you plan on documenting Midnight Madness this Friday? I bet you do. After you've taken dozens of photos -- your kids with Elvis (or Santa); the Mt. Hebron High School Madrigals; your favorite decorated window -- upload them to this gallery by clicking "upload pictures and videos." We'll feature your pictures throughout the season as a way to highlight all that's festive about Ellicott City. For more local news, sign up for the Ellicott City Patch newsletter . Keep the conversation going on Facebook and Twitter .
Monday, December 3, 2012
Parking will be restricted in the Historic District as crews prepare for the Madness.
Midnight Madness is coming. And in preparation, the Howard County Bureau of Highways will be sprucing up the streets and parking areas in the Historic District later this week. There will be no parking on Thursday, Dec. 6 from 4 a.m. - 10 a.m. on Main Street from Ellicott Mills Drive to the Howard/Baltimore County line and on Maryland Avenue as crews clean the streets in preparation for the annual holiday event, held Friday Dec. 7. The parking restriction will be lifted after 10 a.m. Friday. Parking is free on Historic District streets and in parking lots until Jan. 1. New parking meters on Main Street and Maryland Avenue - as well as new fees at some existing meters, go into effect after New Years. For Midnight Madness, people are …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Eat, drink, shop and be merry at the 35th annual Historic District festival.
Midnight Madness is returning to Ellicott City on Dec. 7 and it promises the same holiday charm as usual ... and maybe some surprises. Festivities begin at 4 p.m. where, until 8 p.m. kids can meet with Santa at the historic Thomas Isaac Log Cabin on upper Main Street. At 6 p.m. County Council member Courtney Watson will light a Christmas Tree in front of the Howard County Tourism Center. Then, residents and visitors can wine, dine, shop and be merry until midnight. Some Historic District merchants will host open houses and run special discounts for this one-night-a-year event, sponsored by the Ellicott City Business Association. Expect live music from the Mt. Hebron High School Madrigals, the Pride of Baltimore Chorus, the Heart of …
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Despite cold temperatures, hundreds turn out for tree lighting and shopping.
Ellicott City celebrated its 33rd annual Midnight Madness Friday night, kicking off the shopping extravaganza with a ceremonial tree lighting at the old post office. Restaurants and shops along historic Main Street remained open until midnight, with some offering special Midnight Madness deals. Musicians and carolers were on hand to entertain shoppers throughout the evening.