PBA will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting for Let’s Grow on Tuesday, September 24. The grand opening will begin at noon with the ribbon cutting at 5:00pm. Let’s Grow is located at 25 Magothy Beach Road, Suite 103.
Let's Grow is a unique, interactive florist featuring fresh flowers and plants, as well as natural and practical art. The business offers a variety of creative workshops and kids party packages. With 27 years of floral-industry experience, this is a full-service florist, specializing in wedding and event work.
Please come and welcome Let’s Grow to the Pasadena business community, the Pasadena Business Association and the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.
Our annual crab feast will be on Wednesday, September 25, at Kurtz’s Beach from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. This is a great social event for families, coworkers and friends to come out and just have fun. You can purchase tickets on our website or mail a check to PBA, PO Box 861, Pasadena, MD 21123. You can also purchase tickets at Arundel Federal Savings Bank in Lakeshore Plaza or at BB&T, located at 3030 Mountain Road.
We will hold our 26th annual trade show on October 10 at Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. This is a great opportunity to see what your local businesses have to offer and to thank them for all they do for the community.
Start planning your floats for entry in the PBA Caring and Sharing Parade on November 3 starting at 2:00pm. The forms to register are available by emailing the PBA office, or you can download them from our website. This is a fun afternoon, and we collect tons of food to help our neighbors in need over the holiday season.
We will have our annual Veterans Day ceremony on November 11 at the flag at the intersection of Route 100 and Mountain Road at 1:00pm, so plan on stopping by to thank our veterans and active military.
We recently had some vandalism at the flag. One of the lights was shattered, the Plexiglass and glass were broken, and the lightbulb had to be replaced. The lightbulbs are expensive, but thanks to Mike Jacobs of JB Machine and Lake Shore Athletic Association Girls Softball, the repairs have been done at no cost to the PBA. We appreciate their commitment to the community.