Businesses

Historic Sykesville is proud of its Old Towne America flavor. We have taken great strides to maintain that Old Towne charm and hospitality. Come visit for the day and enjoy all that Sykesville has to offer the whole family. Once you do we’re sure you’ll want to come back.


 

Restaurants & Cafes

Baldwin’s Station: Fine Dining Restaurant serving lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. Live music, outdoor waterfront seating. Voted Maryland’s Favorite outdoor restaurant in 2014 by Baltimore Magazine & Favorite Restaurant in 2012 by the Maryland Restaurant Association.
Big Belly Deli: Large sandwiches served on homemade bread. Soups, salads, homemade desserts. Just off Main Street at 887 Sandosky Rd.
E.W. Becks Pub: Hometown tavern with a large variety of beers, burgers, crab cakes, tapas. Open for lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch. Live Music. Outdoor patio.
The French Twist: Coffee, Crepes and Conversation… We aspire to share the joys of specialty coffee and authentic French cuisine in a unique and comfortable environment.
Market Tavern: More than a market. More than a bar. Market Tavern combines the best of both worlds. In the mood for a drink? Stop by the bar. Looking to shop? Our marketplace boasts a wide selection of the finest specialty foods that Maryland has to offer.
Norwood Ice Cream and Candy Company: Handcrafted On-Site Ice Cream made with local fresh ingredients, nothing artificial. Scoops, Shakes, Sundaes, Floats, Cakes, Made-To-Order and Pints-To-Go; also hosting and catering birthday parties and special events.
Patapsco Distilling Co.: The Patapsco Distilling Company will soon bring to Maryland small batch premium spirits, hand made from Maryland grown grains. We produce a variety of spirits.
Sweet Simplici-Tea & Bakery: Tea room serving homemade scones, sandwiches, salads and soups. Bakery serves cakes, cookies, cupcakes. Take-out or dine-in. Reservations recommended, but walk-ins welcome.


 

Shopping

A La Mode Boutique: Featuring Brighton accessories and handbags, Chamilia Beads, Waxing Poetic, Lottie Dotties, Big Buddha Handbags, HOBO International Handbags, Papaya, TokyoMilk bath and body products, TokyoMilk Dark fragrances, Heartstrings personalized gifts, Silver Spoon Jewelry, handcrafted jewelry, and much more.
Alexandra’s Attic: Antiques, Collectibles, Gifts.
A Likely Story Bookstore: A Likely Story Bookstore: Carroll County’s only independent bookstore. Eclectic mix of books includes hard covers, paperbacks, new and used books in all genres.
The Vine On Main Street: Mix and Match imported beers, wine, and gifts. Free wine tastings, outdoor seating.
Cowboys & Angels: Shabby chic western gifts and accessories.
Dunnrite Furniture: Outdoor furniture warehouse. Tropical Woods, Cast Aluminum, Wrought Iron, & Patio Pipe Furniture. Slightly off the beaten path at 7448 Springfield Ave.
Farm and Home Services/Southern States: Outdoor items, gifts, bird and animal supplies, lawn equipment.
Georgie Lu’s Children Consignment: Offers new and “gently used” children clothing/toys/equipment as well as maternity apparel.
Gypsy Systers: Hand-crafted art, home décor, candles, jewelry, plus their own line of earth-friendly mineral make-up called GypsySol
The Olde Liberty Shoppe: Pandora Jewelry, shoes, clothing, candles, and more.
Revive & CompanyA charming home interiors boutique specializing in refined accent furniture, stylish interiors, and exquisite gifts for those with discerning taste.  Visit us to experience friendly, courteous customer service in a welcoming atmosphere.
Sykesville Pottery & Art Center: Paint your own pottery, Pottery Wheels, Glass fusing, Canvas Painting, Wine and paint, Silver Clay and many other wonderful things to do.
Tri Sport Junction: A sport shop focusing primarily on fulfilling triathlon-based needs, this recently-opened establishment has everything from apparel to nutrition supplements and more.
Unwined Candle Company: Handcrafted soy wax scented candles usingrecycled wine bottles, gifts, jewelry & more. Featured on the 2012 CMA Awards.
Wind River: Contemporary women’s clothing, jewelry and Specialty gift boutique


 

Salons & Spas

Headmasters: Grooming Salon for men.
Hair by Samsara: Hair, Nails, Makeup, Bridal, Waxing
True Colors: Don’t spend a fortune to look like a million… Hair, Makeup, Waxing.


 

Health & Wellness

Branches of Yoga: A small yoga studio that offers a variety of classes and levels throughout the week and will continue to add classes as needed.
Metamorphosis Pilates Studio: Classical Pilates Studio fully furnished with top quality-professional Pilates equipment. Drop-in classes, yoga, Flirty Girl Fitness, Belly Dance, Flirty Girl Fitness, Pilates Mat, Tower and Group Reformer.
Points In Balance AcupuncturePoints in Balance Acupuncture is the practice of Mikahla Insalaco Jestes, M.Ac. L.Ac. Mikahla offers support to both people and animals through Acupuncture and Aroma Acupoint Therapy.
Sykesville Therapy: Serving children, adolescents and adults. We offer a range of theories and techniques from behavior modification, play therapy and family systems to cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and reality therapy.


 

Lodging

The Inn at Norwood: Built in 1906 by the architect J.H. Fowble, the Inn at Norwood is a Colonial Revival home retaining much of its original charm and offers an atmosphere of warmth, tranquility, and elegance.


 

Other Businesses

Printers

Consolidated Graphics: Printing and graphic design including banners, labels, posters, business cards, etc. Also custom products such as hats, calendars and drinkware.
Omni Computer Services, Inc.: Provides commercial printing, fundraising, direct mail, and graphic design services. Located off of Main Street at 7501 Village Road.
SK Printing: Printing services such as customized T-Shirts, Promotional Items, Banners, Vehicle Signs, Business cards and more. Also featuring handmade pottery, personalized items and gifts.

Services

A.L. Howes Insurance: Personal or Commercial Auto, Home Owners’, Business, and Life Insurance.
Elaine Gossage Agency – State Farm Insurance:Insurance services including auto, motorcycle, rv insurance, fire insurance, life insurance and health insurance.
Hammond Law, LLC: We are specialists in Elder Law, providing all-encompassing Medicaid, Estate Planning, Probate and Guardianship services.
My Bike Shop: We help you kick butt by delivering exceptional, certified, pre-owned and late model bikes and other cool gear. Oh, and we will buy your bike too!
Olde Towne Motor Company: Downtown Sykesville’s only auto care and repair facility. In business since 2001.
Woodside Home: Welcome to Woodside Home, where furnishing your home is fun, friendly, and affordable. Offering furniture, custom window treatments, accessories, and design advice for every room in your home. Whether it’s one room or an entire house, we’re happy to help with your project! Coming Soon!
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Upcoming Events

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Sykesville Farmers’ Market @ Downtown Sykesville
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sykesville Farmers' Market @ Downtown Sykesville | Sykesville | Maryland | United States

The Sykesville Farmers’ Market runs every Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm from May 20th to Oct 28th! You can find a variety of fruits and vegetables, herbs, honey, cakes, nuts, beef, pork, poultry, eggs, cheese, baked goods, dog treats, jewelry, pickles, sangria, and more. The Farmers Market is located in the warehouse parking lot on Sandosky road. We have the Junior Market returning that is entirely operated by the kids! Every Sunday we will have a guest Non-Profit group joining us to connect with our community (Stay tuned as the guest non-profit will be announced on our Facebook page every week!). The Little Sykes railway will be running from 9am-1pm Did we mention we have a moon bounce and kids games (hula hoops, chalk, and jump ropes…) always available for free at the market from 9am-1pm?!

Jul
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Sykesville Farmers’ Market @ Downtown Sykesville
Jul 1 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sykesville Farmers' Market @ Downtown Sykesville | Sykesville | Maryland | United States

The Sykesville Farmers’ Market runs every Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm from May 20th to Oct 28th! You can find a variety of fruits and vegetables, herbs, honey, cakes, nuts, beef, pork, poultry, eggs, cheese, baked goods, dog treats, jewelry, pickles, sangria, and more. The Farmers Market is located in the warehouse parking lot on Sandosky road. We have the Junior Market returning that is entirely operated by the kids! Every Sunday we will have a guest Non-Profit group joining us to connect with our community (Stay tuned as the guest non-profit will be announced on our Facebook page every week!). The Little Sykes railway will be running from 9am-1pm Did we mention we have a moon bounce and kids games (hula hoops, chalk, and jump ropes…) always available for free at the market from 9am-1pm?!

Coolest Mile On Main Street @ Sykesville Main Street
Jul 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Thanks to our fabulous sponsors Tri Sport Junction & Momentum Personal Training LLC. we are spicing it up (or cooling it down) with a Let Freedom Ring theme!

Event Registration is open at TriSport Junction and on Active.com.

Details will be available on our Facebook page.

When purchasing tickets, by registering on Active.com I understand that I have given up substantial rights and waive any responsibility of Downtown Sykesville Connection in harm caused potentially hazardous activity, linked to sport activities. I will not enter and participate unless I am medically able and properly trained, and by my signature, I certify that I am medically able to perform this event, and am in good health, and I am properly trained. I agree to abide by any decision of a race official relative to any aspect of my participation in this event, including the right of any official to deny or suspend my participation for any reason whatsoever. I attest that I have read the rules of the race and agree to abide by them.  I assume all risks associated with running in this event, including but no limited to: falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat and/or humidity, traffic and the conditions of the road, all such risks being known and appreciated by me. I understand that bicycles, skateboards, baby joggers, roller skates or roller blades, animals, and personal music players are not allowed in the race and I will abide by all race rules. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and inconsideration of your accepting my entry, I, for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release theDowntown Sykesville Connection and the Town of Sykesville, all event sponsors, their representatives and successors from all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation in this event, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons named in this waiver.  I grant permission to all of the foregoing to use my photographs, motion pictures, recordings or any other record of this event for any legitimate purpose.  I understand that this event does not provide for refunds in the event of a cancellation, and by signing this waiver, I consent that I am not entitled to a refund if the event is cancelled before or during the event’.

Let Freedom Ring Parade @ Sykesville Main Street
Jul 1 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The brand new Let Freedom Ring Parade will start at 2:00pm at Sykesville Middle School and route the length of Historic Main Street.  “We chose “Let Freedom Ring” as our theme because not only does it encompass the patriotic spirit of the holiday, the entire Sykesville and Eldersburg region is known as the Freedom area.” states Annie Kennedy, the Parade Committee Chair and Main Street merchant Cowboys & Angels Boutique shop owner.  Other committee members include fellow merchants Katie Johnson from Norwood Ice Cream & Candy Company, Ridia and Stewart Dearie from The Vine on Main and Baldwin’s Station Restaurant, and Julie Della-Maria, DSC Executive Director. “My favorite 4th of July was spent in a small town in Vermont; half of their town was in the parade and the other half was watching and cheering for them!” remembers Ridia Dearie. The goal of the parade is to promote the Freedom area’s special community and small town spirit. Entrants will include floats, marching units, organized groups, and vehicles.   Awards for floats will be announced at the after-parade party, which will be held around 3:00pm, directly following the end of the parade. A float viewing area, live music, and an old-fashioned 4th of July picnic with food and drink available to eat there or take along to the next activity. Parade application should be mailed to the DSC office: 7307 Spout Hill Road, Sykesville MD, 21784. Event details will also be available in the event section of our Facebook Page.

We would love for you to join our volunteer team for this event!

Sponsors:

Our Red, White and Blue (Title) Sponsor:

THE DIXON/KLUGE GROUP of LONG & FOSTER

Our Stripe Sponsors:

Blue Ridge Title                                              McCormick Mortgage Services

410-795-1932

 

Town & Country Auto Repair

Our Patriot Sponsors:

Cowboys & Angels Boutique

Freedom District Lions Club

Baldwin’s Station

Jul
8
Sun
Sykesville Farmers’ Market @ Downtown Sykesville
Jul 8 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sykesville Farmers' Market @ Downtown Sykesville | Sykesville | Maryland | United States

The Sykesville Farmers’ Market runs every Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm from May 20th to Oct 28th! You can find a variety of fruits and vegetables, herbs, honey, cakes, nuts, beef, pork, poultry, eggs, cheese, baked goods, dog treats, jewelry, pickles, sangria, and more. The Farmers Market is located in the warehouse parking lot on Sandosky road. We have the Junior Market returning that is entirely operated by the kids! Every Sunday we will have a guest Non-Profit group joining us to connect with our community (Stay tuned as the guest non-profit will be announced on our Facebook page every week!). The Little Sykes railway will be running from 9am-1pm Did we mention we have a moon bounce and kids games (hula hoops, chalk, and jump ropes…) always available for free at the market from 9am-1pm?!

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