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Cherrybration Season is in full swing!!   For more specifics, please look at our "Mark Your Calendars" or Events sections for times and locations.  Below is a sampling of some the events we will be hosting and participating in!


We started the season on March 30th at our annual Cherrybration Kickoff Celebration.  

Want to celebrate the arts?

  • April 7th the Columbia Art Center hosts a reception, displaying a themed exhibition honoring Columbia's 50th Birthday.
  • May 22nd, AIDA Bistro and Wine Bar hosts a reception celebrating the work of Teri Rizzutti.

Are you ready to get outside and enjoy some fresh air and beautiful blooms?  

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  • Clarks Elioak hosts Cherrybration Weekend April 8th and 9th.  
  • Terrapin Adventures hosts Cherrybration day on April 23rd.  
  • Play in our Annual Pink Greens Golf Tournament on April 28th.
  • Run a 5K at the Hills of Milltown Challenge on May 14th.

Want to get a little retail therapy?

  • Enjoy vendors, lunch and a fashion show at Pretty In Pink on April 14th.
  • Our 6th Annual Power of the Purse Sale and Silent Auction will be held on June 12th.

How can you help?

  • Contact us for volunteer opportunities,
  • Come to our events and enjoy!
  • Donate purses or auction items.  Click here for a list of drop off locations for new and gently-used purses.


Mark Your Calendars...

Blossoms Trees


Want to visit the trees?  See the map tour where they have been planted.

For more information on purchasing trees, please call 443-538-0858 or  see our online STORE.

Some of the Kwanzan cherry trees at the Meadowbrook Complex.

Some of the Kwanzan cherry trees at the Meadowbrook Complex.

• Blossoms of Hope offers you an easy and fun way to beautify Howard County while making a contribution to the local Claudia Mayer/Tina Broccolino Cancer Resource Center. And what better way to to say “thank you,” “I love you,” or “we will never forget you” than planting a living tree in honor of a loved one?

• We also offer Legacy trees – Only 3 available and they are saplings from the original Japanese cherry trees in DC. Plus, we have Maggie Brown Grove trees (20 available) and trees to plant or give as a gift. All can be purchased here.


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