The Century Corp. is bringing you some great events this March!
Next week on WEDNESDAY MARCH 14th we are playing BINGO at CHATHAM GARDENS APARTMENTS from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in the Leasing Office.
The following WEDNESDAY on MARCH 21st you can take a #BunnySelfie at OLD ORCHARD APARTMENTS. The Bunny will be in the Leasing Office between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.
The following WEDNESDAY MARCH 28th the Bunny will be at CHATHAM GARDENS APARTMENTS between 5:30pm and 7:00pm, so stop by the Leasing Office to get your #BunnySelfie.
The next day THURSDAY MARCH 29th the Bunny will be at BURNAM WOODS APARTMENTS for the ANNUAL SPRING FLING! Please join us in the Leasing Office from 5:00pm to 7:00pm to enter the Jelly Bean Contest and to get your photo taken with the Burnam Bunny.
Please look for live videos and real time updates from all our events on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
So far January has had record low temperatures, but there is still lots to do! Starting with Baltimore County Restaurant Weeks January 10-26. Various restaurants across the county offer special menus with discounted prices. It is a great way to enjoy Baltimore County’s finest cuisine. You can also see what Howard County has to offer during Howard County Restaurant Weeks January 13-27. Top chefs are serving up cozy meals at fabulous prices. For residents of Burnam Woods Apartments, please join us in the Leasing Office Friday January 17 from 7-9pm for Bingo! On January 20, be sure to head downtown for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Parade at noon on MLK Blvd and Eutaw Street. Maryland’s annual Polar Bear Plunge takes place on January 25 at Sandy Point State Park. If you’re too sane to take the plunge, there is a heated festival with vendors, music and food. Whatever you do this January, be safe, have fun and stay warm!
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