Things To Do In Cockeysville

Standup for Two, Four, or Eight at Magooby's Joke House Through December 28 (Up to 83% Off)

Magooby's Joke House

Magooby's Joke House

Venue named Best Comedy Club by the Baltimore City Paper hosts veteran comedians such as Chuck Nice and Mitch Fatel

$36 $10

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Carload Entry Package to Maryland Agricultural Resource Council's Family Farm Day on September 21 (Up to43% Off)

Maryland Agricultural Resource Council

The Baltimore County Agricultural Center and Farm Park

Event features bee-keeping demonstrations, a bustling farmer's market stocked with fresh produce, cooking demos, and live honky-tonk music

$20 $12

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Maryland Wineries Association (50% Off)

Maryland Wineries Association

Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture

Sample hard cider, mead, and fruit wines from around the state

$50 $25

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Two-Hour Painting Experience for One, Two, or Four from Pub & Paint (50% Off)

Pub and Paint

Multiple Locations

Artist guides participants of all skill levels to create their own version of a painting during two-hour events at local bar or restaurant

$40 $20

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10 Fitness Classes or One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Mix It Up Fitness (Up to 58% Off)

Mix It Up Fitness

Cochranville

Hip-hop toning class and Zumba class with added strength training merge cardio and resistance workouts with energetic music

$80 $39

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5, 10, or 20 Hot-Yoga Classes at Bikram Yoga Baltimore (Up to 87% Off)

Bikram Yoga Baltimore

Multiple Locations

Bodies stretch, strengthen, and sweat in a heated room during 90-minute routines of 26 graceful poses that foster balance and flexibility

$85 $15

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Two, Four, or Eight Classes with Uniform at Shihan Marc's Karate Academy (Up to 75% Off)

Shihan Marc's Karate Academy

Shihan Marc's Karate Academy

Family-friendly karate school builds self-esteem in classes that focus upon physical fitness, character development, and self-defense

$52 $20

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Beneath a protective sheet of plastic wrap, newly formed bowls and vases in all shapes wait their turn to enter the fiery kiln that will turn them into finished pieces of pottery. These pieces are the end results of The New Phoenix Pottery's classes, which take place six days a week and allow beginning and advanced students to mold reclaimed clay either by hand or atop a spinning pottery wheel. Both adults and children can attend, providing a multigenerational outlet for artistic dreams or a healthy release of pent-up anger at Clay Aiken.

10866 Rear York Rd.
Cockeysville,
MD
US

We are a Sports Performance Training facility that focuses on quality over quantity. We personalize individual programs in small group settings.

1212 York Rd
Lutherville Timonium,
MD
US

At the Maryland Junior Hunt Cup, pint sized jockeys and their saddled sidekicks gather each year to compete in 11 races at Shawan Downs. The races cover a full spread of equine excellence, including lead line trot, pony flat, and junior steeplechase races, and the lineup of leg-powered performances promises to provide riders young and old with inspirational strides, horseletic feats, and photo finishes unseen since the days when jockeys worked the one-hour camera shop. Those filled with equine jealousy can test their own hooves by entering the Peoplechase or the Stick Pony Race.

1401 Shawan Rd
Cockeysville,
MD
US

The menu at Piv's Pub & Restaurant includes a variety of seafood and classic American cuisine alongside a hefty list of draft beers and craft bottled beers. An ever-gracious hostess, the vegetable du jour accompanies many entrees to their respective tables, including the jumbo-lump crab cakes, served over grilled tomatoes ($17.99 single order, $24.99 double order), and the juicy filet mignon with homemade mashed potatoes ($22.99). The shrimp salad ($9.99) is pleased to attend the table alone or with the companionship of a baked potato and onion rings ($4.99 each) from the à la carte menu. Diners looking for a solid base can turn to jumbo shrimp, lump crabmeat, and juicy scallops swathed in a cream sauce atop Piv's Norfolk Pasta ($19.99).

9811 York Rd
Cockeysville,
MD
US

In 1976, educator, musician, and kinesiologist Robin Wes envisioned a children's gym that prioritized personal growth over competition. Unveiled at a time when physical-education classes pushed students to focus almost exclusively on winning, Robin's program was swiftly adopted and is now used in more than 300 Little Gyms worldwide. Robin still pens original music to accompany lessons, which engage children 4 months old?12 years old with gymnastics, dance, karate, and parent-and-child activities.

Each of The Little Gym's classes introduces simple movements that sharpen motor skills and set brains whirring, allowing kids to progress at their own pace until they can finally build a computer out of macaroni and glitter. Staff members strive to build a base for lifelong social skills and self-assurance with each exercise, including activities rooted purely in fun, such as summer camps or birthday parties, which helped The Little Gym to earn title of #1 Birthday Chain in Parents magazine.

11121 York Rd
Hunt Valley,
MD
US

As the official history explains it, Jedediah Bumphus founded Wits End Saloon in 1867 "with a dream to serve cheap whiskey and freshly made raccoon sandwiches to the locals." If that sets your stomach growling, prepare for disappointment?it's completely untrue.

By its own admission, Wits End's history?including a bit about Jedediah's dual enlistment in both the Union and Confederate armies?is "fantastic and completely fabricated." The comedic touch makes sense for a saloon located at Magooby's Joke House, where local comedians take the stage every Tuesday, filling out a calendar of live events that also includes live music and trivia nights. While you won't find raccoon on the menu, there are plenty of classic bar bites including veggie quesadillas, Creole-style catfish tacos, and burgers made from local grass-fed beef. As for the whiskey, that might be the only part of Wits End's history that's actually true, as bartenders pour shot of more than 50 varieties, along with craft beers and handmade cocktails.

9603 Deereco Rd
Timonium,
MD
US