Monday, November 12, 2012
The Timonium bar will be donating a portion of its sales tonight to Operation Ward 57.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Nick DiMarco
Monday, November 12, 2012
It seems anytime there is a day or a month set aside to bring awareness to a noble or worthy cause, there will be a night set aside at Padonia Station to help. The same is true again for Veterans Day. The Timonium restaurant/bar is hosting Operation Ward 57, and supporting its mission to support wounded warriors and their families. Stop by the restaurant on Monday night between 6 and 10 p.m. for a silent auction with proceeds benefitting Operation Ward 57. The restaurant will also be donating 15 percent from the sales of food and drink to anyone who prints out the flyer above and brings it with them. As a bonus, the wounded warriors themselves will be guest bartending this evening—although if you ask me, it should be us raising a glass…
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The Timonium bar is again partnering with the breast cancer awareness foundation to raise money for research.
What is the best way to fight breast cancer? Drowning it with inexpensive drinks, of course. Padonia Station has again partnered with the attention-grabbing Save The Ta-Tas Foundation for the fourth annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser at the Timonium bar. The Station will be offering $3.75 Pinnacle Vodka cocktails and $2.50 domestic drafts. The party will feature a silent auction, raffled prizes the ever popular guest bartenders and ta-tas ... merchandise, that is. The evening's soundtrack will be provided by the band Mixtape. Save the date: Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 7 p.m. to (the ominous) "til." Always drink responsibly, even when it's for a worthy cause. Padonia reached out to the foundation four years ago, because of "Ta-Tas'" …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
County Councilman Todd Huff was among the 30 volunteers at Padonia Station who helped raise thousands for the My Neighbors Foundation.
Imagine the following hypothetical (although not uncommon) situation: You're living paycheck to paycheck and after budgeting for bills you are left with $60 for the week. On top of that, your children are in need of school supplies with the new year just around the corner. Do you a) spend the money on groceries or b) spend it on school supplies? According to Linda Price, managing director of the My Neighbors Foundation in North County, you would—"of course"—spend the money to feed your family. She just wants to help out with the school supplies. As managing director of the charity that benefits students and young people in the "Hereford Zone," Price was astonished Monday evening as scores of patrons flooded into Padonia Station for its …
Monday, July 30, 2012
A portion of funds raised will benefit My Neighbors Foundation.
Guest bartenders plan to duke it out for a good cause. From 6 p.m. to close Monday, Padonia Station, located on the border of Cockeysville and Timonium, will host "Battle of the Guest Bartender," according to the bar's website. My Neighbors Foundation, which supports kids in Northern Baltimore County, will receive a donation of 15 percent of sales. Interested patrons are asked to present the flyer attached to this article to their server when ordering. Among those competing is District 3 Councilman Todd Huff, who will man the bar starting at 7 p.m. "It's a great cause and a wonderful event," Huff said.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
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It takes a commanding presence to silence a bar room. But when Stephanie Bowen took the stage at Padonia Station Monday night, the crowd put down their drinks. Bowen, a Bel Air resident, won the Timonium bar’s annual singing competition and fundraiser, dubbed for 2012 the Voice of Baltimore. It was Bowen’s fourth outing, having never even placed in top 3 before Monday night. But that all changed after the 25-year-old astonished the audience with her renditions of the Star Bangled Banner and Whitney Houston’s “I wanna dance with somebody.” “It was surreal,” Bowen said of hearing her named called as winner. Bowen had one of the larger followings of the 17 performers who made it to Monday’s finals. “It’s either that they like to hear me sing …
Monday, July 23, 2012
Timonium's Padonia Station will host the finals of the annual singing competition/fundraiser Monday evening.
UPDATE—The winner was chosen Monday night by a panel of judges at Padonia Station. We'll have the update posted as soon as possible. _____ Who will be the next winner of the annual "Voice of Baltimore" singing competition at Padonia Station? It's down the final 17, who will compete tonight at the Timonium sports bar. The winner will receive $500, a 5-day vacation in Ocean City, a 10-hour recording session and have the opportunity to sing the National Anthem at a Baltimore Orioles game. But the real winner is the Ed Block of Courage Foundation, which has been the primary beneficiary of the dual singing contest and fundraiser for the last 11 years. “This contest is really about reaching out the community, letting people come in and sing with…
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The last qualifying round for annual fundraiser for the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation was held at Padonia Station Monday night.
Bring on the semifinals! Twenty-five of Baltimore’s most talented have been culled from a field of 50 to perform in annual Ed Block of Courage Award Foundation singing competition fundraiser at Padonia Station. Seven Voice of Baltimore hopefuls performed Monday night at the Timonium restaurant/bar. Only one was sent home. (See photos) The semifinals have been scheduled for July 9 and July 16. Top performers will compete in the Voice of Baltimore finals on July 23. The winner will receive $500, a 5-day vacation in Ocean City, a 10-hour recording session and have the opportunity to sing the National Anthem at a Baltimore Orioles game. “Padonia Station has done a great job of helping us and being a supporter of our foundation for a long time …
Monday, March 12, 2012
Vote in our poll and let your voice be heard in the comments section below.
Sláinte!—It's a common Irish toast meaning "to your good health," as well as the name of a popular Fells Point bar. But here at Patch, we're more interested in the former meaning, and where you'll be saying it this weekend as you celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Lutherville-Timonium. Take a moment to vote in our poll and tell us in the comments, where is the best place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Lutherville-Timonium. Send a little Luck O' The Irish to one of the following restaurant/bars, or add another option if you think we missed one. Voting in the poll below is open until 9 a.m. Friday. Ties will be broken by whichever business has the most positive comments in the section below or in the reviews on their directory listings …
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Drink specials, models, and trivia—can you think of a better way to celebrate Fat Tuesday?
There's no need to charter a plane to New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras. Padonia Station, one of Timonium's premier restaurant/bars, is pulling out the stops for Fat Tuesday. DJ Luis gets the party going at 9 p.m. with Bombshell Models in tow. Padonia Station's bartenders (of the four featured bars) will be slinging $2 Bud and Bud Light, $3 Fireball shots, and $3.50 Heineken and Heineken Light bottles. Showtime Trivia has been pushed up to 7 p.m. in preparation for the large crowd. Food specials include $11 1/2 crab cakes, served with two sides. It's going to be "Packed!" according to Padonia Station's director of marketing and promotions Debi Fowler. "We're hoping to have to a large turnout," Fowler said of the annual Tuesday night …
Monday, December 5, 2011
The horse rescue, which assists the Baltimore County animal shelter, also plans to hold a silent auction.
Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue is holding a fundraiser at Padonia Station bar and restaurant to benefit the volunteer operation on Tuesday. Customers who bring along a printout of the flyer attached to the article will have 15 percent of their meal bill donated to Angel Acres, according to Fran Burns, a spokeswoman for the horse rescue. The event will also feature a silent auction of items such as tickets to a Baltimore Ravens football game, a one-night stay at Celie's Waterfront Inn in Fells Point and five passes from Monkton Bike to tube down the Gunpowder River. Angel Acres also plans to display a Toyota Tundra it won through "Toyota's 100 Cars for Good" Facebook competition. The organization hopes to use the vehicle to pull horse …