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MTABC has just released a brand new video highlighting Baltimore County’s Waterfront……click here to see it

Check out the ALL NEW 23rd Edition of the Waterfront Guide. Click on the tab above for Waterfront Guide or pick up your full color copy at any Baltimore County Marina or waterfront business.

After a 5 year absence, the Marine Trades Association of Baltimore County is returning as the sponsor of the 4th of July Holiday Fireworks held in Middle River. A committee has been formed and a date set for Saturday June 30, 2018. As in the past, the fireworks will be ignited from a barge floating in the river. Next year’s location is proposed to be east of Wilson Point. This would provide better viewing for the residents, boaters and restaurants located on Hogpen, Norman, Hopkins, Dark Head, Stansbury and Frog Mortar Creeks.
Obviously production cost of a barge mounted fireworks show is very high. The ultimate decision to proceed with the show will be based on the financial sponsorships of residents, boaters and businesses of the area. Support checks can be sent to: MTABC, P.O. Box 18137, Middle River, MD. 21220. For additional details and major sponsor information, please call Brian Schneider at 410 335-7000.

Formed in 1988 under the leadership of Gary Rosenberger of Cutter Marine, the goal of the MTABC was to present a pro-active voice for the marine related businesses and communities in eastern Baltimore County. Over the years, under the dedicated and capable leadership of Bob Palmer of Tradewinds Marina, Ray Porter of Porter’s Seneca Marina…[ …continue reading…]