Colonial Gardens

Catonsville, MD

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Free Library

Colonial Gardens Free Library
Colonial Gardens now has our very own Little Free Library! A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. A Little Free Library is typically a decorated, weather safe box filled with books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book and bring back another book to share. You can, too!
 
Installed for Earth Day our Little Free Library is located at 1922 Altavue Road. It is under the stewardship of the homeowner, Denise Stanco, who designed and decorated the Library and will keep it maintained. It’s right along the sidewalk for easy and safe access to all. Stop by and take a peak.
Welcome to Colonial Gardens!
 
Colonial Gardens, a premier community, is well known for it's small size, quiet streets, and well maintained houses.  
 
The community is close to 695 and I95 as well as BWI airport and the Inner Harbor.  
 
A well established community with strong ties to local government has kept the houses for sale in this community at the top of preferred lists.

CSA

Community Supported Agriculture

One Straw Farm Community Supported Agriculture in Colonial Gardens! 

Would you like to add more vegetables to your family's diet?  Are you an adventurous cook?  Do you like to support local business?  Would you like to improve your eating habits while supporting a local charity?  Consider buying a share in One Straw Farms CSA with a pick up site right here in Colonial Gardens.  Thursdays from 4:30 to 6:30, from June 11th through November 19th. 

For details and to sign up, please visit www.onestrawfarm.com.