It’s a Wrap: 2023 Put Savage Mill on the Map

Join us for this poetic review of Savage Mill in 2023!


In January we started the year off by printing a map.

Buildings, parking, and entrances – orienting is now (sorta) a snap.


February’s Moulin Rouge-themed Girls Night Out was a big draw.

Each quarter, hundreds of shoppers came for an evening of fun and awe.

We collected 82 units of blood during 3 Red Cross drives.

We’re happy to know that’ll save up to 246 lives!


March arrived – time for spring cleaning and a fresh look.

Inviting seating, new plantings, and a refreshed courtyard nook.

Music and improv courtesy of the local schools

What talent at our fingertips – Howard County rules!


April’s Savage Paint Out with partnering friends

Highlighted our little town’s beauty via an artistic lens.


In May the days were truly warm

We encountered a dobsonfly and even a bee swarm!


June’s Savage Mill Bluegrass Festival is an outdoor shindig.

Great tunes, drinks and food, it’s growing kinda big!


Sewing, pottery and outdoor camps – great July fun!

Our tenants inspired kids indoors and out in the sun.


In August sculptor Bobby Donovan installed his art on our hill.

“Can You Hear Me Now?” inspires thought and fits with the Mill.


September’s office team outing couldn’t be beat.

A guided kayak trip on the Patuxent River – what a fun treat!


As fall got underway, we all got down to business.

Many tenants won Best of Howard County, and we planned for Christmas.

Darkness descended and cool winds blew.

Our revamped ghost tours were a haunting brew.


Santa Heim, Merryland: A Savage Christmas Story” –

This Visitor Center exhibit shows our town’s years of shining glory.


December arrived, full of crowds, merriment and light.

Our Santa is beloved and our paper stars glow bright.

Bollman Bridge beckons with a wreath large and new.

With hearts full of gratitude, we wish peace and joy to you.

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