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Maryland is a beautiful state full of art, culture, and wildlife. One of its many cities, Catonsville, Maryland is home of the University of Maryland where nearly 14,000 students attend. There are a variety of museums in and around Catonsville including the Benjamin Banneker Museum and the Spring Grove Hospital Center Alumni Museum. There are also a variety of unique parks, eateries, and more to visit while you’re in the city.
Though Maryland is not a very big state, it has nearly 6 million residents and a very diverse economy. Catonsville was proclaimed “Music City, Maryland” in 2002 due to the huge influence of music on the area and it was rated the 49th best place to live in the United States in Money magazine in 2007.
Catonsville’s total area is 14 square miles. The population demographics consists of 73.4% white, 14.3% black, 0.3% Native American, and 6.3% Asian among other races. As of 2000, 39,820 people lived in Catonsville with roughly 26% of the population being children.
For nearly 70 years, Catonsville has celebrated Independence Day. The celebration includes a parade which is attended by 60,000 people each year, fireworks once the sun sets at Catonsville High School, and activities for children such as a bike decorating contest, leapfrog, sack races, wheelbarrow races, the ball on a spoon race and a water balloon toss.
There are and have been many professional sports teams in the area including the men’s lacrosse team the Baltimore Bayhawks, another lacrosse team called the Baltimore Tribe, the former soccer team the Maryland Bays, and the semi-professional baseball team the Spring Grove Baseball Club. Catonsville is also a city full of diversity both in sports and religion with 14% of the population being Catholic and over 70% being various other religions.
Located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, Maryland is one of the original 13 colonies. Catonsville is located in Baltimore County with Woodlawn to the North, IIchester to the southwest, and Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, on its western border.
The weather conditions in Maryland can vary. The eastern part of the state experiences hot, humid weather in the summer months around 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are mild to cold and snow can be expected. The western part of the state has more mild summers and cold winters with moderate snowfall. Overall, Maryland is fairly warm year round.
The Catonsville area is a great place to go shopping for anything from clothing items to art supplies. There are a variety of clothing stores to visit such as:
Ann Taylor 200 E. Pratt St. 410-332-0567
Aldo 200 E. Pratt St. 410-727-2809
2 Chic Boutique 761 Washington Blvd. 443-449-7916
Brooks Brothers 809 Aliceanna St. 410-625-0971
Banana Republic 200 E. Pratt St. 410-539-0754
There are also various specialty stores such as:
Barnes & Noble 3330 St. Paul St. 410-662-5850
The Brewers Art 6363 1106 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Midtown Belvedere, (410) 547-6925
Blanca Flor Silver Jewelry 612 S. Exeter St. 410-469-9118
There are also a variety of malls and shopping centers such as the Townson Town Center, Harborplace, The Gallery, Queenstown Premium Outlets and various others where you can shop and eat.
Whether you’re looking for a nice restaurant where you can enjoy wine and fine dining, a few bars to hit up with friends during the weekend, or just some place to pick up fresh, organic groceries, the Catonsville area has a place for you. Maryland is also very well known for their seafood which is a must when you’re visiting the state. There Italian meals are mouthwatering. Visit Aggio’s for the best Italian meals in Catonsville. A few local restaurants include:
Aggio 614 Water St. 410-528-0200
Bmore Bistro 222 St. Paul Pl. (410) 244-7300
Ciao Bella Ristorante 236 S. High St. (410) 685-7733
Dooby's 802 N. Charles St. (410) 702-5144
Eden West 301 W. Lombard St. (410) 685-3500
The nightlife in the Catonsville are mainly consist of bars and places to eat. There is also a pretty good music and arts scene. A few of the notable nightlife hot spots in the area are:
Pier Six Pavillion 731 Eastern Ave. (410) 783-4189
Leinenkugel's Beer Garden 34 Market Pl. (410) 208-3316
James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant 616 S. President St. (410) 727-5107
Catonsville also has a variety of different schools and colleges. Some of the schools include a catholic all-girls private school called Mount de Sales Academy and another private school called Saint Mark School and Parish:
The Pottery Cove Road 825 Frederick Rd, Catonsville, MD 21228, (443) 830-2683
Some of the public schools are:
Catonsville High School 421 Bloomsbury Avenue, (410) 887-0808
Mount- de-Sales Academy 700 Academy Rd, Catonsville, MD 21228, (410) 744-8498
As I mentioned earlier, there are several parks and museums to visit in the Catonsville area. There are also various other attractions including the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, the Port Discovery Children’s Museum, Ripley’s Believe it or Not! and the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
National Aquarium 501 E. Pratt St. Pier 3 (410) 576-3869
Maryland Zoo Baltimore 1876 Mansion House Drive (410) 396-7102
Maryland Science Center 601 Light St. (410) 685-5225
Ripley's Believe It or Not ! 301 Light St. Light Street Pavilion (410) 615-7878
Port Discovery Children's Museum 35 Market Pl. (410) 727-8120
Catonsville, Maryland is a great place to stop by if you’re ever in the Baltimore area. There are plenty of places to shop, restaurants to try, bars where you can relax and have a couple of drinks, and museums to browse though. The comfortable temperature allows for outdoor activities such as attending the annual Independence Day parade and spending the day at one of the many local parks with friends and family. This beautiful city is full of food and fun for the whole family and is a must to go through if you ever visit Maryland.
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